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Survival of the fittest

Subscriber onlyWhat were we like 100,000 years ago? Not too much different than the way we are today, according to this month's book. That is, our bodies were about the same except they were in better shape then and subject to fewer diseases than they are now. Continue reading...

Bella Vista Public Library events

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Chorus to 'Say It With Music' this fall

Subscriber onlyThe Bella Vista Men's Chorus has set the dates for its fall concert, "Say It With Music!" Continue reading...

'Frozen' to be shown on free Movie Night

Subscriber onlyThe Bella Vista Village Property Owners Association will host a Movie Night on Saturday, July 26, at the Metfield Pavilion, 1 Hilltop Drive. Continue reading...

Club news

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NARFE Arkansas Federation announces new officers

Subscriber onlyFrank Barbieri of Bella Vista was elected vice president of District 3 South by the National Association of Active and Retired Employees Arkansas Federation of Chapters at its 59th annual state convention in Conway recently. Continue reading...

Cards and games

Subscriber onlyMexican Train Continue reading...

Mark your calendar

Subscriber onlyFriday, July 25 Continue reading...

Folk duo to perform at Hobbs park

Subscriber onlyROGERS -- A project concerning Beaver Lake and its watershed is occurring in northwest Arkansas. The popular and award-winning folk duo, Still on the Hill, has written and recorded an entire CD of songs to create awareness of the lake's history and collective stories. Continue reading...

Duke to speak at Rotary

Subscriber onlyHope Hendren Duke from Gravette Public Schools will present facts on the school millage at the Bella Vista Sunrise Rotary Club meeting Wednesday, July 30. Continue reading...

Noted entomologist to speak on 'Insects that Suck'

Subscriber onlyROGERS -- Of the 1.3 million known species of insects that inhabit the earth, three of the most bothersome are local residents of northwest Arkansas -- ticks, chiggers and mosquitoes. Continue reading...

Local woman to direct all-male chorus at Sept. 13 show

Subscriber onlyPrudence Hagan of Bella Vista has been selected to direct the Pride of the Ozarks Chorus in its Sept. 13 show at Arkansas Arts Academy in Rogers. Continue reading...

Cards and games

Subscriber onlyTuesday Women's Bridge at the Highlands Continue reading...

Mark your calendar

Subscriber onlyFriday, July 18 Continue reading...

Club news

Subscriber onlyNyte Tyme Quilters Continue reading...

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