Open House At Indian Hills For The New Community Club, City, and Newspaper Headquarters


Please join us Friday August 22 from 10-11 a.m. for tours of the new Community Club, City and Newspaper offices. We began operations at our new facility on August 11. Construction began on the Ozark Health Medical Clinic at our previous headquarters on August 13. The Clinic plans to open around November 1. Refreshments will […]

To Better Health, Naturally by Brenda Erby Fudge

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You Get What You Pay For Old sayings often ring true, and many of us have certainly proven this one to be correct. And didn’t we want to just kick ourselves, especially when we should have known better? This definitely applies to a piece of furniture we purchased years ago, which seemed reasonably priced and […]

OUT OF BOUNDS By Geary (Smedley) Leason


Second Thoughts About Knowing Last week’s column discussed the advantages people might have if they knew actually how and when they were going to die. Such foreknowledge would allow for them to thank all the folks who have bestowed so many blessings on them over a lifetime; to apologize to those poor souls they have […]

Attract Wild Birds


If you are looking for a new and simple hobby, then consider wild bird watching. Attracting and observing wild birds can be fun and educational. It is also an inexpensive hobby that you can do right there on your own property. You should begin with a basic bird feeder. A feeder can be purchased or […]

On Patrol August 2014

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Scams are once again on the Rise in Fairfield Bay. We are getting reports 2 or 3 times a week about people being scammed or attempted scams. These crimes are virtually impossible to prosecute due to many being from overseas locations. We report these to the FBI but they are being overwhelmed by the sheer […]

Optimist Club Annual Yard Sale


The Greers Ferry Optimist Club will hold their annual yard sale on August 29th & 30th. There’s lots of furniture, appliances, art work, home décor, 15 foot trampoline with net, exercise equipment, and much, much, more. Each year the Optimist Club has hosted this event to raise funds for scholarships and support programs for youth […]

Animal Shelter Hires New Manager


The Animal Protection League is proud to announce the placement of Andrea Abernathy as the new Fairfield Bay Animal Shelter Manager. Andrea has worked with the Russellville Animal Shelter for many years and has lots of experience in working with animal rescues. Andrea has a wonderful personality and has a large heart when it comes to […]

Fairfield Bay Conference Center

What’s Happening at the Conference Center Thank you To all of you who were in attendance at our presentation of The Witness, thank you I know you were blessed. Thanks to the Baptist Church for hosting overnight cast members and providing lunch and dinner on Saturday. Thanks to the ladies of St. Francis Catholic Church for […]

Obituary: Barbara May Fox Reynolds Wing

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Barbara Wing, of Fairfield Bay, Arkansas, passed away August 14, 2014 at Indian Rock Village, at the age of 89. Born August 28, 1924 in Great Falls, Montana, she was the daughter of the late Henry Fox and Cora Stav Fox. The Fox family left Montana, and moved back to Northfield Minnesota in 1926, where […]

Corps To Issue Permits For Greers Ferry Lake Hunt

Deer Hunt

The Army Corps of Engineers is taking applications from veterans for a muzzleloader deer hunt Nov. 4-6 at Greers Ferry Lake. The Corps will issue up to five hunting permits to veterans who suffer from paralysis or an amputation of a limb as a result of their military service. Hunting blinds and safe access routes […]