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Correction

Subscriber onlyThe story headlined "BSCO Reserve Division recruiting," on Page 3A of the March 15 issue, contained an incorrect phone number for the Benton County Sheriff's Office. The correct number is 479-271-1008. Continue reading...

Traveling library celebrates first anniversary

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Community

Bella Vista Native Nadine Logston: Child model and movie extra

Subscriber onlyAlthough her name was not widely known, the face of Bella Vista native Nadine Logston as a young girl was seen by thousands of people on the cover of several magazines back in the 1940s and early 1950s. She also was an extra in the Jesse James movie made in Pineville, Mo., in 1938. Continue reading...

Community TV

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'Teamwork' is word for the month for PAWS Program

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Business

Police EMS stats

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City Council talks water and taxes

Subscriber onlyPurchasing a portion of Centerton's water system and establishing a tax to fund an advertising and promotion commission were discussed during Monday night's City Council meeting. Continue reading...

Board of Construction Appeals talks walls

Subscriber onlyBella Vista's Board of Construction Appeals met March 14 and discussed potential code revisions for stem, foundation and retaining walls. Continue reading...

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Entertainment

Blessed are the peacemakers

Subscriber onlyI love a lot of the old hymns and I love a lot of the new worship music. My preferences have to do with music that has an easy-to-sing melody, isn't pitched too high, has words that glorify God and are scripturally sound. Continue reading...

Lesson from the flock -- Elona

Subscriber onlyOn Feb. 22, I wrote about The Little Flock. In that Reflection I said, "They (the chickens) seemed to like our yard -- I suppose because we don't have dogs or cats. ... Two hens flew over the fence and ran down the road, but the other four critters (three girls and a boy) decided they like it here." Continue reading...

Spiritual awakenings are still happening today

Subscriber onlyIn America during the 17th and 18th centuries, there were religious revivals collectively called the "Great Awakenings." In school we were required to read a typical sermon by Jonathan Edwards, "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God." Continue reading...

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