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Library board looks at weeding policy

Subscriber onlyWith limited space in its stacks, the Bella Vista Library Advisory Board is helping develop a policy about weeding books. The members discussed weeding, a process to decide which books to keep and which to remove, at its regular quarterly meeting on Wednesday, July 15, at City Hall. Continue reading...

Best of parade announced

Subscriber onlyThe "Best of the Fourth of July Parade" were recently announced by the parade organizers, The Bella Vista Patriots. The parade was held on the Fourth of July at the Sugar Creek Center. Continue reading...

Rec panel completes paper on amenities usage

Subscriber onlyThe Joint Advisory Committee on Recreation completed a White Paper on attracting more usage to Bella Vista amenities and turned it in to the board, Committee Chair Bill Puskas said after the group's July 13th meeting. Continue reading...

Toughest holes

Narrow fairways present challenges for golfers at the Highlands

Subscriber onlyEditor's Note: This is the third of a six-part series about the toughest holes on the golf courses of Bella Vista. Continue reading...

Panel to look at policy on lake toys

Subscriber onlyLarge water toys were a topic at the recent Joint Advisory Committee on Lakes meeting last week. A subcommittee will be looking at the issues and making a recommendation, but the Property Owners Association Board of Directors will have to approve any new policies regulating the use of the lakes. Continue reading...

Women's a cappella chorus seeks new members

Subscriber onlyPerfect Harmony Women's Barbershop Chorus is a women's a cappella group in Bella Vista and is looking for new members. Continue reading...

Homeschoolers learn about art at library

Subscriber onlyDrawing requires really looking at your subject, Michela Huston said. So teaching children to draw also means teaching them to look closely. For the past year, she's been teaching that skill at the Bella Vista Public Library to children who are homeschooled. Continue reading...

Cards & Games

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BV graduates from Arkansas Tech

Subscriber onlyRUSSELLVILLE, Ark. -- The Arkansas Tech University Registrar's Office has released a certified list of 1,816 degrees conferred upon students on the Russellville campus during the 2014-15 academic year. Continue reading...

Berger moves to mobile grooming; sells business to employee

Subscriber onlyWhen Rachel Heaton moved to Bella Vista, she had already owned her own dog grooming business in Illinois. She went to work for Stacy Berger at Squeaky Spaw, but she missed being in charge. Continue reading...

BVFD presents plan to improve health delivery

Subscriber onlyFire Chief Steve Sims unveiled a plan at Monday's City Council work session that he believes will cutdown hospital re-admissions, reduce ambulance calls for the Fire Department and improve healthcare for residents. Continue reading...

Street Department wants to repair roads by quadrant system

Subscriber onlyThe best way to repair Bella Vista's ailing roads would be to divide the city into geographical areas and fix a percentage of streets in a particular sector each year, according to Mike Button, Street Department superintendent. Continue reading...

POA Board to form new panel for younger members

Subscriber onlyAt Thursday's board meeting, chairman Bob Brooks offered a new solution to the problem of getting younger members involved in Property Owners Association leadership. Continue reading...

Schmieding Center sets schedule

Subscriber onlyThe Schmieding Center in Bella Vista is offering several free health-related programs for Bella Vista residents. All but the tal by Pam Adams, RN, will take place at the Bella Vista Health Resource Center in Highlands Crossing, 1801 Forest Hills Blvd., Suite 123. For more information call 479-876-2335. Continue reading...

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