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Free AARP Tax-Aid Program in Fairfield Bay

The AARP Tax-aide Program started February 7 at the Fairfield Bay Senior Center. This program provides free assistance in preparing and filing federal and state income tax returns. It is available to all taxpayers in the community regardless of age or income. It is available by appointment only through April 15. All tax assistance is […]

Senator Irvin Files for Stronger Tort Reform

On Thursday, February 2, Senator Missy Irvin (R – Mountain View), filed SJR 8 to give Arkansas’s voters the chance to decide whether our state needs stronger tort reform for businesses. Arkansas ranks 41st in the nation for our legal climate for businesses, which hinders our state’s ability to compete with neighboring states for jobs. […]

Business Profile: Ivy Lane Moves to New Location

Clinton’s premier location for one of a kind items has moved to their new location. Ivy Lane moved to 601 Hwy 65 B (next to Ingram Tire in Clinton). The move offers more room for shopping convenience and more gifts. Ivy Lane offers Wedding Registry, Baby Gifts, Kitchenware and Gift Baskets. Handmade gifts and Free […]

Business Profile: Penny Cuttone, Mary Kay Beauty Consultant

Penny Cuttone, a long time resident of Fairfield Ba,y has been a Beauty Consultant for Mary Kay for 38 years. “This is a fun experience for ladies young and old, from 13 to 100+. It’s been so much fun for me because of a quality product with a 100% satisfaction guarantee, I get to set […]

On Valentine’s Day, Consider Financial Gifts

Last year, Americans spent more than $19 billion on Valentine’s Day gifts, according to the National Retail Federation, with the majority of this money going to flowers, candy, cards and an evening out. These gifts were thoughtful, of course, and no doubt appreciated, but they were also somewhat disposable, for want of a better word. […]

Osage Point Progressing Nicely with Mild Weather

Mike Lester The weather has tried to slow us down, but we keep on pushing forward. The for last week and a half the sewer extension to Osage Point has progressed nicely. The utility contractor from Mtn. Home has been busy installing man holes and sewer main piping. The foundations for townhome units #111 and […]

City Work Session Revises Rental Ordinance

The Fairfield Bay City Council held their regular work session on Monday, January 30 to potential changes to Ordinances in discussion. Council members seriously listened to public opinion in regards to the Rental Ordinance proposed to rental property owners and their tennants which was intended to give tenants a clean and safe place to live […]

Ribbon Cutting

Suzanna Blackburn, APRN and staff at Ribbon Cutting and Grand Opening of Sugarloaf Medical Clinic, WRMC Medical Complex Heber Springs on Friday, January 27th. Sugarloaf Medical Clinic is located at 521 Wilburn Road (on bypass), Suite A, Heber Springs.

Generator George Attends Conference

George McIntosh, owner of George McIntosh Service and locally known as Generator George recently attended a dealer conference in Nashville for the Generac brand of generators. George said, “the four day event was a very good learning experience which will help me help my customers by offering them the very best that Generac has to […]

Don’t Overlook Long-term Care Costs

How much money will you need in retirement? To arrive at an estimate, you should consider various factors, such as where you’ll live, how much you plan to travel, and so on. Not surprisingly, you’ll also need to think about health care costs, which almost always rise during retirement. But there’s one area you might […]