Hope For The Future: Uganda, East Africa

Dr. Dwight E. Guinn and Solomie Guinn are building a compound with a self sustainable orphanage which will start with 12 girls and 12 boys. There will be a common area in the center separating the dormitories. This area will be used for office purposes, fellowship area, dining and a kitchen off the back. The […]

Web Exclusive: Fitness-Health Tip of the Month

Mixing Pain Medication with Exercise By, Dr. Marc Nimchuk
Kelowna Chiropractic On Thanksgiving weekend, I joined thousands of runners in Victoria for a ½ marathon on a cloudless, windless and temperate Sunday morning along a wonderful Oceanside course. Thousands more were right here in Kelowna for the Okanagan marathon in what was by all accounts a […]

Organization of the Month – NCAFAE

Following The Yellow Brick Road The history of NCAFAE must start at the beginning of the Yellow Brick Road. The North Central Arkansas Foundation for the Arts and Education was first envisioned by Mrs. Irene Puckett, a retired educator and lover of the Arts in her own right. She sensed a hunger for the music, […]

Web Exclusive: Recreation

NEW Disc Golf – one of the fastest growing sports in the US Professionally-Designed Course in Beautiful Woodland Mead Park Did you hear? Just beyond the Woodland’s Miniature Golf Course, features one of the fastest growing sports in the United States – Disc Golf! This incredible new course joins about 2500 other Disc Golf courses […]

Web Exclusive – Drink of the Month

Drink of Month – Fuzzy Navel Fresh and fresher! The Fuzzy Navel is a classic, relaxing summer drink to sip on your deck to take to your summer ending picnic. Ingredients: •1 oz Vodka •1 oz peach schnapps •Top with orange juice •Swirl together Garnish with orange slice. Preparation: Combine vodka, schnapps and orange juice […]

Web Exclusive: Sightseeing on the Lake

Web Exclusive: Sightseeing on the Lake Summer is coming to an end and everyone is getting ready for cooler temperatures to set in. Boating is one of the many things that can still be enjoyed this time of year. Sightseeing on the lake can be a breath-taking experience during the fall as many of the […]

Web Exclusive – Golf

Golf Course Improvements Complete! We are so excited about the improvements being made to our outstanding golf course. We have made great progress on our new greens. As many of you know we are changing our greens from bent grass to TifEagle bermuda grass. The construction process is complete. Holes 2, 4, 8, 9, 16, […]

Web Exclusive- Conference, Arts & Visitor Center Featuring – The Clark Family Trio

On August 23rd, the North Central Arkansas Foundation for the Arts and Education will feature The Clark Family Trio, accompanied by guitarist Bill Nesbitt, perform modern Bluegrass, Americana and Gospel favorites, featuring tight three-part “family” harmonies and fingerstyle and flatpicked acoustic guitar. Eleven-year-old Sally Ann Clark and her big sister, 16-year-old Sophie, have literally grown […]

My Opinion: The Red, The White, The Blue…The Green

I am writing this on April 3 — for your reading pleasure in the month of May — and a merry, merry one it is indeed, at least at our house. Even though this was written a month in advance (which, by the way, is actually late), there has been absolutely nothing to indicate that […]

My Opinion: All Rubbed, Pampered and Porked Out

For most people, I expect the thought of several days at a luxurious spa resort conjures up images of impossibly-fit people in snazzy workout gear engaging in all manner of group activities designed to render said people even more fit. Then, I expect, most people might envision those same spa-visitors imbibing healthful smoothies and delicately […]