Kids Photography Offered At Education Center

Welcome to the wonderful world of photography. On Tuesday, August 5, 2014, FFB Community Education Center is offering for the first time a four (4) hour photography class for middle and high school age kids. The class begins at 10:00 a.m. and will end at 2:00 p.m. The cost of the class is $20.00. A […]


Obituary: Grant Olson

Grant Olson of Fairfield Bay, Arkansas, passed away quietly on Friday, July 25, 2014, after a short fight with cancer. He was 74 years young. Grant was born on December 4, 1939 in Stoughton Wisconsin to Alverda and Giles Olson He has 6 brothers and sisters. He grew up in Stoughton on his family’s farm […]


2014 -2015 Community Club Board Of Directors Selected

Pictured above left to right; Ken Schuette, Toby Glyde, Dwayne Miller, President, Linda Pratt, Vice President, Brian Moore, Richard Stratton, Treasurer and Roy Baker, Secretary. Your new Board of Directors has been selected and seated. Elected to new 3 year terms were Brian Moore, Toby Glyde, and Ken Schuette. We are excited to add these […]


Mead/Leamon Connector Trail Ribbon Cutting

A ribbon cutting was held at the Ed Leamon and Woodland Mead Park Connector Trail. This was a joint project between the City and the Community Club. Pictured left to right: Alderman, Robert Otis, recordered Treasurer, Rose Owen, Alderman, Sharon Luxon, Board Director Ken Schuette, Alderman, Larry Castro, Mayor Paul Wellenberger and Board Director, Richard Stratton. The trail […]

El Poblano

Chamber of Commerce Ribbon Cutting

The Chamber of Commerce and the City of Fairfield Bay are pleased to welcome Jake, Ramon and all the employees at El Poblano Mexican Restaurant! They are located at 301 Dave Creek Parkway (501) 884-4200 . Make sure to go and check out the friendly and wonderful atmosphere and great food!

Patrol Car

Officer Program

The Fairfield Bay Police Department is very pleased to announce a Reserve/Part-Time II Police Officer Program. This program is designed to allow volunteers an opportunity to serve with the full-time officers and to help safeguard the community of Fairfield Bay. This is a volunteer position, with volunteers required to serve with the Department eight hours […]


“The Witness” Coming To Fairfield Bay

Fairfield Bay will play host to The Witness on Saturday, August 9 with performances at 2 and 7 p.m. at the Fairfield Bay Conference Center. The Witness is a long running musical portraying the life of Jesus Christ in music and drama. The play has had a tradition of running each summer in Hot Springs […]

Lions 4th

FFB Lions Report

by Jim & Phyllis Wilkins Thanks from the Fairfield Bay Lions Club to all our local friends and out of town visitors who joined us for the 4th of July breakfast at the Lions Den. Over 130 folks enjoyed All-U-Eat pancakes and gravy biscuits before and after the parade. Proceeds from this event and all […]

Doug Nelson

The Fog by Doug Nelson

It wasn’t long, possibly two blocks down the road when I noticed the closest part of the cloud to me was pulsating red. About half-a-mile down the road the cloud dissipated and from out of the smoke came a police car. I pulled over and turned the ignition off; he pulled in behind me and […]


Smart Use of “Variables” Can Lead to Right Answers for Retirement

If you think back to your math classes in high school or college, you may remember that many of the problems involved the use of variables. Changing these variables around in any fashion would change the outcome of the problem. Similar situations occur in life all the time. To illustrate: If you look at the […]