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Rutledge's mobile office to visit BV

Subscriber onlyLITTLE ROCK -- Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge announced Saturday, April 25, at the Associated Press Managing Editors Association Annual Conference in Hot Springs that she is launching a new initiative to help take the Attorney General's Office to Arkansans. Continue reading...

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Bella Vista police officers step on the range to make spring qualifications

Subscriber onlyWhen Sgt. Eric Palmer took over as range master and firearms instructor five years ago, the Bella Vista Police Department was averaging scores of 420 during its annual shooting qualifications. Continue reading...

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St. Bernard's women gather for Mardi Gras

Subscriber onlyThe St. Bernard's Women's Club's annual Spring Luncheon/Card Party was held April 21, 2015, at St. Bernard's parish hall. Two hundred eighty-four women came to enjoy an afternoon "At the Mardi Gras." They were greeted with masks, beads, and jazz music. Continue reading...

Stingrays will be invading BV Village's pools

Subscriber onlyThe Bella Vista Stingrays is a recreational summer swim team for students between the ages of 5 and 18. The swim team offers two sessions -- Session One runs June 1-18 and Session Two runs July 13-30. To participate, students must be able to freestyle swim 25 yards without stopping. Continue reading...

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Wrapped in the clothing of God

Subscriber onlySeveral Saturday's ago I was drinking my coffee and reading the newspaper when I read in the religion section of the newspaper that the latest book of the Rev. Lauren Winner, an Episcopal priest, was "Wearing God." After I read the article I went online and bought the book, UPS delivered it and I read it. It was the book I had intended to write. Continue reading...

Prayer breakfast set for Thursday

Subscriber onlyBella Vista will have its first National Prayer Service at 7 a.m. on Thursday, May 7, at the First United Methodist Church, 20 Boyce Drive, according to an announcement made recetnly by Mayor Peter Christie. Continue reading...

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