Heritage Creek Helping Plan During Uncertain Times

When trying to navigate uncertain times, it is nice to have retail experience on your team. Heritage Creek Financial is pleased to announce that it has welcomed a new representative, Robert Henderson, and has opened a new office servicing the Fairfield Bay area. Robert and his wife, Pamma, have lived in the area since 2007. […]

What Should You Know About Establishing A Trust

You don’t have to be a CEO or multimillionaire to benefit from a trust. In fact, many people gain advantages from establishing one – so it may be useful to learn something about this common estate-planning tool. Why would you want a trust? For one thing, if you have highly specific wishes on how and […]

In Case You Missed It!!!

Things the Club and City are Working on NOW! Hotel: Hosted an investor from Conway. Working site locations, sewer, water, and electrical hookups. Provided additional information to 2 prospective investors. Grants submitted for the USDA mall building 2 project and the sidewalk. Fairfield Bay Community Foundation formed. Will kickoff fundraising on 7/19. Preconstruction meeting held […]

Huge Book Sale at FFB Library

Join the Fairfield Bay Library Friends, Inc. for a HUGE BOOK SALE on July 29 and 30, from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. each day. This is a fund raiser for the Fairfield Bay Library. This event will take place at the Fairfield Bay Lion’s Club, at 365 Dave Creek Parkway, in Fairfield Bay. Most […]

Thinking Out Loud by Greg Allen

Mount Rushmore & Things Acquiescent Part 1 My wife and I recently had the opportunity to tour a few Western states and it gave birth to a flood of stirring thoughts – it was perceptive insight that one can only reflect upon by standing in the presence of such a great witness. During our trip […]

DISABILITIES by Daniel J. Vance, MS, LPCC

One-Armed Softball Star Shines Part II Last week you read the first of two columns featuring 17-year-old Katelyn Pavey, a one-armed, fastpitch softball phenom from Lanesville, Indiana. You learned she made All-Conference her junior year at Lanesville High School, batted .411, played centerfield, and was receiving interest from NAIA to Division 1 college softball coaches. […]

Leading in Humility by Brie A.

Psalm 91:1-2 Proverbs 11:2 James 4:10-12 Deuteronomy 32:35 1 Peter 5:6 So, in one of my online thingies, there were a couple of kids who were in a rather heated argument. It was kind of disturbing. We need to work together. I remember getting into a rather heated argument (we called it a debate, but […]

Fairfield Bay Senior Center Welcomes You

If you don’t like to cook or clean up the kitchen afterwards, the Fairfield Bay Senior Center is the place for you at lunchtime. This Center is one five that operates in Van Buren County under the guidelines of the White River Area Agency on Aging, which serves 10 counties in our region. The Center […]

Dirty Farmers Market to Host Football Fundraiser

The Dirty Farmers Community Market is hosting a community flag football fundraiser game. Currently, we are looking for sponsors, football players and cheerleaders. The game will be held at the Clinton High School football field on Saturday, September 10 at 3 p.m. We have two teams. The Clinton team captain is Mayor Richard McCormac and […]

Indian Hills Golf News

Your golf clubs are probably already polished and your bag organized from the other tournaments you’ve played in this year, so get out your calendar and check the date – Saturday, July 23 – to play in the Shirley Booster Club Golf Tournament at the Indian Hills Golf Resort in Fairfield Bay. Get your team […]