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"Belle Starr Hides Out"
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Robert McBride and Harold O’Dell have been appointed as Board members. They will serve until the next annual election in July 2016. They are replacing Toby Glyde and Doug Landry who resigned.
ATTENTION ****** FFB DUES PAYING PROPERTY OWNERS****** E-Statements will begin (hopefully) the first week in December. Please contact Owner Services (884-6014) to make sure they have the correct email address. Keep in mind, property owners who have recently switched to TC Works from Artelco for internet, will need to call the Club and update their […]
Edward John Miskovitz, 80, of Fairfield Bay, passed away November 17, 2015 in his home. He was born December 11, 1934 in Englewood, NJ to Edward Andrew and Vera Sawka Miskovitz. Edward was a carpenter by trade and was a builder. Ed moved to Fairfield Bay in 1969 to help build the resort and he […]
These artists hung more than 40 paintings at Ozark Health Medical Center. The public is invited to enjoy this free exhibit of local art. Shown here are (from left) Alison Shreck, Joyce Hartmann, Ellen Kelly, Joyce Hubbard, and Yun Kim. The North Central Arkansas Artist League has just hung a new exhibit of more than […]
The Auxiliary for the Indian Rock Gardens Assisted Living and Health Care Center invites you to their Annual Teacup Auction on Saturday, November 21 at 2 p.m. at the Fairfield Bay Baptist Church Fellowship Hall. This year, during the Teacup Auction and bazaar and silent auction, you will discover many holiday treasures, a bake sale, […]
Fairfield Bay Baptist Church recently held their Annual Operation Christmas Child shoebox packing party, where 244 shoeboxes were filled to be delivered around the world. Operation Christmas Child, (the world’s largest Christmas project of its kind) will distribute the gift-filled shoeboxes using any means necessary; boat, plane, dogsled and even elephants, to reach the hands […]
by Fred Hilsenrath Tyrene Gardener talked to us about the Shirley Schools. She is the daughter of Benny and Doris Brown of Shirley. Tyrene grew up in White County in Kensett. When she graduated, her parents moved back home to finish their coaching and teaching career and eventually retired. Tyrene is married to Randall Gardner, […]
COUNTY JUDGE Roger W. Hooper (D) Brandon Bradford (R) COUNTY SHERIFF Scott Bradley (D) Lucas Emberton (R) COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK Ester Bass (D) Debbie Gray (R) COUNTY CLERK Pam Bradford (R) Phillip W. Ellis (D) COUNTY ASSESSOR Trina A. Jones (D) Scott Bramlett (R) COUNTY COLLECTOR Lisa Nunley (D) COUNTY TREASURER Kim Hunley (D) COUNTYCORONER Joe N. Tsosie (D) JUSTICE […]
What’s your most valuable asset? While you are still working, this asset may actually be your future income — so you need to protect it. And you can do so by maintaining adequate life insurance, which can help provide your family with the financial resources necessary to meet critical expenses — such as mortgage payments, […]
by John Tyer The Fairfield Bay Wastewater Corporation (Department) operates and maintains four wastewater treatment facilities, forty-six miles of sewer lines and maintains over 600 grinder pumps. The Wastewater Department recently received approval from the Board to finance the much needed repairs to our Hamilton Hills facility. The funding will also be used in conjunction […]