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Autumn Place Offers Peaceful Setting

Subscriber onlyAlthough only a block from Arkansas Highway 94 and close to downtown Pea Ridge, Autumn Place independent and assisted living is a quiet place that feels like the country. Continue reading...

Police Reports

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Disembarking students energized by music at Cooper

Upbeat music gets the students ready for the coming day’s work

Subscriber onlyEven some of her fellow educators find it odd, Assistant Principal Rachel Manus said, but she loves the morning car line at Cooper Elementary School. Continue reading...

Senior Services Expo

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Poetry Cafe at Cooper Elementary

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Tourism Week celebration planned

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Concert, dance offer support

Subscriber onlyAlthough the theme is different, the two big annual fundraisers will be held on consecutive Saturdays and that's keeping organizer Leonard Eisert busy. Continue reading...

Council tables accessory structure ordinance

Subscriber onlyAldermen tabled a controversial ordinance designed to regulate the size and placement of accessory structures and front-yard fences. Continue reading...

Pigeons, trails topic of city ordinances

Subscriber onlyAldermen heard arguments for several new ordinances at Monday's City Council meeting, including one that would allow for therapeutic pigeons for a man with PTSD and one that would add new rules regarding motorized vehicles on city trails. Continue reading...

New bike shop opening soon offering service and beer

Subscriber onlyFor weeks before the shop was due to open, people were stopping by with questions and congratulations. The newest store in Sugar Creek Center will be a little different, general manager Josh Milton said. It will be not only a retail store, but also a repair business and a gathering place. Continue reading...

Public Safety Committee discusses fire station, disaster plan

Subscriber onlyThe Bella Vista Public Safety Committee held their bi-monthly meeting on April 13 to discuss the current state of multiple ongoing projects underway by the city to promote public safety. The committee did not have enough members present to have a quorum, so no official votes were taken. Continue reading...

Veterans honored with memorial flight to Washington, D.C.

Subscriber onlyHIGHFILL -- "Thank You," said a lone sign thrust high above the crowd, relaying the sentiments of everybody. Continue reading...

Accountability focus of Gravette school's positive behavior program

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Fun Day

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Weifenbach to receive degree in May

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