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City discusses second land purchase

If Council approves Monday, Street Department could move to Arkansas 279 site

Subscriber onlyFor the second time this year, and the second time in the city's history, Mayor Frank Anderson is looking at purchasing land. Continue reading...

Wolfgang promoted to Deputy Fire Chief

Subscriber onlyWith every end comes a new beginning. Continue reading...

Two promoted to fire captains

Subscriber onlyAlong with Bryan Wolfgang's promotion to Deputy Chief, two other promotions were recognized during a pinning ceremony Tuesday night. Continue reading...

POA votes not to cast ballots on empty lots

Subscriber onlyThere was applause in the board room Thursday when the POA Board of Directors decided not to cast votes on the 587 lots owned by the association in the upcoming May election. Continue reading...

Police: Elderly being targeted by scams

Subscriber onlyDifferent phone scams seem to rotate in cycles, Chief Ken Farmer said, but the "favorite grandchild" scam is popular year round in this area because it targets the elderly. Continue reading...

Police plan drug take-back, food drive

Subscriber onlyThe annual spring Drug Enforcement Administration's Prescription Drug Take-Back Initiative will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. this Saturday, April 26, at the Bella Vista Police Department. Continue reading...

Bluebird nesting boxes increase from 25 to 415 over years

Subscriber onlyJim Janssen, president of the Bella Vista Bluebird Society, told the half-dozen people attending the spring meeting of the society that the group has a long history in the community he calls the Bluebird Capital of the United States. Continue reading...

Spring carnival set

Subscriber onlyThe carnivals at Cooper Elementary School draw hundreds of students back to school on a Friday night, event Chairwoman Keri Sallee said. Last fall, more than 600 people attended the carnival organized by Cooper teachers. Continue reading...

Schmieding Center offers classes

Subscriber onlyThe Schmieding Center in Bella Vista is offering several free health-related programs for Bella Vista residents. Continue reading...

Past perspectives

Subscriber onlyGolfers in Bella Vista who play the Berksdale Golf Course see and try to avoid hitting the large barn that stands beside the No. 6 fairway. Continue reading...

Right at Home offers 'caregiver for a day'

Subscriber onlyIt's the relationships formed between clients and customers that has Rebecca McCarthy coming back to work smiling each day. Continue reading...

Comfort Keepers is No. 1 for senior care

Subscriber onlyEntrepreneur magazine has recognized Comfort Keepers as the No. 1 franchise network in the senior care segment for the past three years, said Paula Halstead of Comfort Keepers in Bella Vista. Continue reading...

Socialization a top priority at Concordia

Subscriber onlyWhen looking for a place to retire, Concordia Retirement Community in Bella Vista stands out in many ways. Continue reading...

Brookfield Assisted Living offers extra care

Subscriber onlyLoved ones in the Bella Vista area in need of extra care as they grow older can turn to Brookfield Assisted Living in Highlands Crossing for that care. Continue reading...

Welcome to '14 Senior Services Expo

Subscriber onlyAhoy! The Bella Vista Resource Advisory Council, staff and volunteers of the Schmieding Center would like to invite and welcome you to the 2014 Senior Services Expo. Continue reading...

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