Time for a Family Meeting to Discuss Financial Preparations?

During the holiday season, you no doubt have a lot going on in your life — work functions, gatherings with friends and neighbors, tracking down the elusive “perfect gift,” etc. But you may find it valuable to add one more event to your calendar: a family meeting to discuss those financial preparations that affect you […]

Senior Needs Re-Opens in the Bay

SENIOR NEEDS re-opens in Fairfield Bay. SENIOR NEEDS is independently, locally owned and operated by Joyce (Slaughter) Dobbs, a long time resident of Fairfield Bay. The vibrant business was an asset to many in the area before closing in year 2011. The closing was due to Ms. Dobbs need to devote more time to the […]

2016 Candidates Preferential Primary & NonPartisan Election

COUNTY JUDGE Roger W. Hooper (D) Brandon Bradford (R) COUNTY SHERIFF Scott Bradley (D) Lucas Emberton (R) COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK Ester Bass (D) Debbie Gray (R) COUNTY CLERK Pam Bradford (R) Phillip W. Ellis (D) COUNTY ASSESSOR Trina A. Jones (D) Scott Bramlett (R) COUNTY COLLECTOR Lisa Nunley (D) COUNTY TREASURER Kim Hunley (D) COUNTYCORONER Joe N. Tsosie (D) JUSTICE […]

Term Vs. Permanent Insurance: Which is Right for You?

What’s your most valuable asset? While you are still working, this asset may actually be your future income — so you need to protect it. And you can do so by maintaining adequate life insurance, which can help provide your family with the financial resources necessary to meet critical expenses — such as mortgage payments, […]

Wastewater & Public Works

by John Tyer The Fairfield Bay Wastewater Corporation (Department) operates and maintains four wastewater treatment facilities, forty-six miles of sewer lines and maintains over 600 grinder pumps. The Wastewater Department recently received approval from the Board to finance the much needed repairs to our Hamilton Hills facility. The funding will also be used in conjunction […]

Phillip Ellis Seeks Clerks Office

Phillip Ellis (D) announces he is seeking the office of Van Buren County Clerk. “I hope to be given the chance to serve the people of Van Buren County as your next County Clerk. I feel I have a lot of experience that I can bring to the office that will be beneficial to the […]

Judge Susan Weaver Announces For Re-Election

Judge Susan K. Weaver has announced her campaign for re-election to the 9th Judicial District Court, Second Division, which serves Faulkner and Van Buren counties, including courts in Clinton, Conway, Greenbrier, Vilonia, and Damascus. Prior to her election in 2012, Judge Weaver served as deputy prosecuting attorney for the 20th Judicial District serving Faulkner, Van […]

Prepare Far Ahead for Long-term Care Costs

November is Long-Term Care Awareness Month – a month dedicated to educating the public about the need to prepare for the potentially devastating costs of long-term care. And the more you know about these expenses, the better prepared you will be to deal with them. To begin with, just how expensive is long-term care? Consider […]

Bradford Seeks Van Buren County Judge Seat

My name is Brandon Bradford, I will be seeking the Van Buren County Judge’s seat in 2016 as the Republican candidate. I have experience in road construction and maintenance, business, and heavy equipment that Van Buren County needs. Other than owning my own trucking business, I have been a sub-contractor in the natural gas industry […]

Bradford Seeks Re-Election

Pam Bradford (R) has announced that she will seek re-election as your Van Buren County Clerk. Bradford is a member of the Van Buren County Cattlemen’s, County Clerk’s Association, and the Committee Woman of the Van Buren County Republican Committee. Bradford is married to her Best Friend, Brandon, and has three (3) grown children, Ryan […]