Events at the Conference Center

The Monday Morning Visitor’s Welcome 9 a.m. A great way to kick off your “Stay in The Bay”! We invite all of our visitors to join us each Monday at 9 a.m. for free coffee and donuts along with milk for the kids. North Central Arkansas Art Gallery The North Central Art Gallery has a […]


Mall Beautification Project Thank you FFB!

Clean up the Mall was first a discussion at Team 2035. Then it was a spaghetti fundraising dinner that raised over $5,000 thanks to many volunteers who cooked and served a generous & supportive community. Then we asked for volunteers to help provide the manpower to accomplish this objective and they came! The community volunteer […]


“Harvey” A Must See

We thoroughly enjoyed the performance of “Harvey” this weekend. Always fun and we are continually impressed with the talents of those in our community. Well done to all. Our only disappointment was that the performer playing the role of Harvey was not acknowledged in the theatre bill, as Harvey stole the show! Will you reveal […]

Hallet Pressure

Business Profile: Tim’s Heated Pressure Washing

Tim Hallet, former owner and operator of SpareTime Bowling and Fun Center, has started a preessure washing business here in the Bay. Tim brings 15 years of experience with him from when he lived in Tyler, Texas. In Tyler, Texas, Tim washed the transit city buses twice a week for nine years. He pressure washed […]

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On Patrol March 2015 by Chris Waring

Well it appears that spring is finally here. The flowers are in bloom and the yellow pollen is flying. Spring brings many children outside to play as well as many people who enjoy other outdoor activities the bay has to offer. Our department made 43 traffic stops in March, which is a very large number […]


How Can You Become a “Healthy” Investor?

May is National Physical Fitness and Sports Month. This “month” is designed to encourage people to follow a healthy, active lifestyle. You can take steps toward this goal, of course, but why not carry the concept of improving health to other areas of your life — such as your investments? Toward that end, consider these […]

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Southern Gospel Sundays To Sponsor The King’s Highway

Southern Gospel Sundays continues with The King’s Highway on May 3 at 4 p.m. at the Fairfield Bay United Methodist Church. They are a traditional southern gospel group from Clinton, Arkansas. You are in for a treat just listening to their beautiful old fashioned four-part harmonies They believe that they are called to a ministry […]


Beta Sigma Phi Day

In honor of the 85th anniversary of Beta Sigma Phi, April 25, 2015 has been proclaimed “Beta Sigma Phi Day” by the Mayor of Fairfield Bay, Paul Wellenberger. Pictured with the mayor as he signs the proclamation are Pauline Sears, President of Eta Beta Chapter; Mary Graf, President of Xi Gamma Zeta; Shirley Rudolph, President […]


OUT OF BOUNDS By Geary (Smedley) Leason

End of the Matter Pope Francis was quoted on Sunday, April 12, 2015 as saying, “It seems that humamity is incapable of putting a halt to the shedding of innocent blood.” This statement was made as he condemned the “first genocide of the 20th Century” in which the over 1.5 million Armenians were “senselessly slaughtered […]

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Fayetteville Shale Scholarship Fund Gives To UACCM Students

Van Buren County Judge Roger Hooper, front row from left, FSSF Board Member Donnie Bates, FSSF Secretary and FSSF Board President Caleb Knight present scholarship funds to recipients Benjamin Hunley, bottom right, Sallie Kuykendall, top row from left, Cody Pruitt and Elizabeth Taylor.   Members of the Fayetteville Shale Scholarship Fund (FSSF) Board presented a […]