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Davis new POA Board member

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Cooper Field Day a great day

Subscriber onlyLynn Atkins/The Weekly Vista It took concentration for this first grader to remove a block from a tower as tall as he is. Continue reading...

Fly-Tyers learn of fishing in New Zealand

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CBCO issues code yellow alert

Subscriber onlyIt takes around 200 donations each day to meet the area's blood needs. You can help by giving blood at Allen's Food Market, 60 Sugar Creek Center, Wednesday, June 1, from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. Continue reading...

BVPD year-end report shows spike in crime

Subscriber onlyCriminal activity in Bella Vista shot up by 10 percent in 2015, according to the Police Department's year-end report. Despite the spike, which was consistent across all types of crime except sexual offenses, the city was recognized by two national organizations as one of the safest in the nation. Continue reading...

Correction

Subscriber onlyOn page 1A of the May 18 issue, a headline mistakenly stated that Jason Kelley, the lawyer who was appointed to be a Special Associate Justice on the Arkansas Supreme Court, represented the POA. The POA attorney is Doug McCash. Kelley is the attorney for the city of Bella Vista. Continue reading...

Meetings

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Golf course nursery ponds doing well

Subscriber onlyThe Joint Advisory Committee on Lakes heard from fisheries biologist Rick Echols about a surprising development in the POA's golf pond fish nursery. The meeting was held on Wednesday, May 18, at Riordan Hall. Continue reading...

Tennis court to be demolished

Subscriber onlyResidents of the Cora Circle townhouses have expressed annoyance at the rotting, out-of-use tennis court in the center of their community for years. Townhouse Association board members now say that they are in the process of removing the court. Continue reading...

Lads and Lassies improving Scotsdale course

Subscriber onlyBrisk temperatures, a north breeze and quick greens challenged 41 teams who entered the second annual Lads and Lassies for Scotsdale Golf Course fundraiser May 14. This was the last event on Scotsdale until the course is re-opened this fall with a new look. Continue reading...

New Home Church standing after 120 years

Subscriber onlyAs you drive north down the long hill on U.S. Highway 71 at the north end of Bentonville, you can see a little white church visible through the big cut into the hillside that was made as part of the still-under-construction Bella Vista bypass. That church, called New Home, and its nearby cemetery sit on 1.7 acres just southwest of Lowes on Peach Orchard Road, in the same spot where it has stood for 120 years. Continue reading...

Pet of the Week

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Come see the magical Bella Vista library

Subscriber onlyAlthough I have never been there, I have been told that Disneyworld is the most magical place on earth. I'm not so sure about that. I would like to propose that the honor just might go to the Bella Vista Public Library! Continue reading...

Aldermen approve trail rules, table pigeon ordinance

Subscriber onlyAldermen had a productive and unified Monday night session, unanimously approving three ordinances, tabling two ordinances and approving five resolutions. Not a single no vote was cast in the meeting. Continue reading...

Yacht Club renovation approved

The building will be renamed Lakepoint Restaurant and Event Center

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