Paws in the Park

1st Annual Paws In The Park A Success

The first Annual “Paws in the Park” Dog Show, at Woodland Mead Park last Saturday, was called a huge success by Carlene Woodard, President of Laureate Alpha Lambda chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. Dogs and dog owners stopped to sniff the treats at the vendor’s booths along the sidewalk to the Amphitheater. . It was […]

Ribbon Cutting

Chamber of Commerce is pleased to Announce The Ribbon Cutting Of “Fairfield Bay Photography”

We have a full-service Photography Studio in North-Central Arkansas! FFB Photography provides quality service at attractive prices. Also provided is personal, hands-on service. As a resident of Fairfield Bay, you can be sure that you will receive the personal attention and service that you need. •Studio Portraits •Real Estate •Location Portraits and Lifestyle Photography •Personal […]

Stump Speaking

Political Stump Meeting

Do you remember the day when communities came together at the town square to share fun food, entertainment and time with good friends and neighbors to hear from their community, state and national? Leaders who were asking for their support? It’s been years since we have had that opportunity here in Fairfield Bay. Well, all […]

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World Services For The Blind

by Jim & Phyllis Wilkins Located in Little Rock, AR. the World Services for the Blind was founded in 1947 by fellow Arkansan Roy Kumpe, with the desire to “serve people who are blind and visually impaired who needed to learn independent living skills or job training skills that considered the special requirements of their […]

Army Corps

Corps Cautions Residents About Spring Cleaning

The Army Corps of Engineers is reminding all persons with property bordering public land around Greers Ferry Lake to know where the property line is and avoid “spring cleaning” on government land. No work can be performed on government property without prior written approval from the Corps. This includes cutting vegetation. Storing personal property is […]


Improve Your Own “Investment Environment”

On April 22, we celebrate Earth Day — a day devoted to education and action on environmental issues. As a citizen of the world, you may have a keen interest in protecting your physical surroundings. And as someone trying to reach long-term financial goals, such as a comfortable retirement, you’re probably also interested in improving […]

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Outdoor Adventure Group

The Fairfield Bay Outdoor Adventure Group will take it’s annual Upper Buffalo river canoe trip April 22. This upper section of the river has about 45 small water rapids which need to be traversed. As such, this section of the Buffalo River has the potential to tip your canoe over. However, we will only canoe […]


Third Annual Fund Raiser – Cheeseburger In Paradise

This year’s spectacular beach style party and Silent Auction, ‘Cheeseburger In Paradise,’ will be held at the FFB Conference and Visitor Center on Saturday evening, May 17. Dress is casual. Wear your shorts/ capris and flip flops or sandals. Doors open at 6 p.m. Tour the facility, peruse the Silent Auction items and make your […]

Geary Leason

Out Of Bounds by Geary Leason

Belief Systems Examined This column often explores the many variations of what people believe and the precepts they follow. Most of our beliefs have come to us over a period of time starting with what our parents dished out to us when we were just clueless kids. Then our teachers and preachers added their two […]


Rotary News by Fred Hilsenrath

Judge Roger Hooper gave us a progress report of Van Buren County road projects. To summarize: Here is data that might interest all of us: Over the last 4 years the county received from FEMA alone $732,000. Expenditures amounted to $1,110,000 during that period. This took care of 210 miles of road or $5280 per […]