Local Man Successful In Seattle

Eric Frith

In the past couple of years, Eric Frith’s work as a film editor has taken him to the tropical highlands of Rwanda, the snowy peaks of the Himalayas and the salmon-studded waters of Bristol Bay, Alaska…all without leaving his cozy studio in the back yard of his home on Vashon Island, Washington, a ferry’s ride […]

Fairfield Bay Conference Center

What’s Happening at the Conference Center 501-884-4202 December 1- 13 Chamber of Commerce – Festival of Trees The trees are in and the lights are all on. The Festival of Trees will officially open this Monday December 1. All of the beautiful trees are lighted and trimmed with the many colors of Christmas. We invite […]

Van Buren County Rescue Donates To Community Charities

Brian Tatum presenting a check to Mr. and Mrs. Claude Ruiz with the Choctaw Food Bank from proceeds of the Haunted Hayride.

Each year the Rescue Squad picks various community organizations to help so that the funds from the Haunted Hayride are returned into the Community. While many different businesses participate in the hayride, it is understood that the Rescue Squad will be distributing the monies back into the Van Buren County Community. This year First Service […]

Parkinson Suport Group


Monthly Parkinson Support Group will meet Thursday,December 4th at 2:00 pm at Fairfield Bay Baptist Church,481 Dave Creek Parkway.The meeting is open to everyone to learn about ,Parkinson’s.We will be having a little Christmas get to gather.For more information call Janice Meier at 745-2073.

Travels With Thom


By Thom Dillon “And when the fog’s over and the stars and the moon come out at night it’ll be a beautiful sight.” Jack Kerouac There is much to dislike about the State of California: the stressful and smelly traffic congestion; the garish boys, girls, men and women hanging around tourist attractions who start posing […]

End of the Year Golf Shop Sale

IHG Sale

Flying The Flag of Freedom


On Veteran’s Day, November 11, 2014, Cindi Bellrichard President of the Ladies Auxiliary of the VFW Post #4513 held a ceremony at the Fairfield Bay Veterans Memorial site to honor veterans for their service to our country. Americanism Chairman Debra Lutz also spoke about volunteer work and recognized our veterans as our greatest volunteers. The […]

Veterans Fishing Dock/ Motorized Barge

Under the leadership of Gary Edwards, Chuck Boerner, and Sheryl Paxton, work has been initiated to build a fishing dock/motorized barge that can be used for dock fishing at the marina. And with a seating capacity targeted at 60, the barge can be taken on lake cruises for dinners, reunions, weddings, conference outings, etc. Though […]

Fatality In Early Morning Blaze At The Villas

Photo courtesy of Jeff Beer

A call came into DPS around 5:30 a.m. Saturday, November 15 and when the firefighters arrived, the Villa was fully engulfed and claimed the life of Ed Malone and his pet. The cause of the fire is undetermined but it appears it started in the living room. One firefighter went down due to smoke inhilation […]

Baptist Health Hospital Only One In State Doing 3D Surgery

Baptist Health Logo

Baptist Health Medical Center-Little Rock is the only hospital in the state to acquire the world’s only articulating, high-definition, 3D surgical video system from Olympus. Surgical video systems, through the collaborative use of a video processor, light source, laparoscope and monitor, enable surgeons to peer inside the human body to diagnose, detect and treat a […]