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Shreve to play Saturday at ARC

Subscriber onlyBy popular demand, award-winning musician Benjamin Del Shreve will return to the Artist Retreat Center on April 4 for the ARC's new Saturday Night Social. Continue reading...

Liz Lottmann and Friends to perform

Subscriber onlyVocalist Liz Lottmann will be the featured guest at the Artist Retreat Center's Third Thursday House Concert at 7 p.m. on April 16. Joining Liz will be John Hines on stand-up and electric bass and Max Taylor on guitar. The trio will be performing Latin-style jazz, blues and ballads. Continue reading...

Butterfield Questors learn about the Luck of the Irish

Subscriber onlyThe Butterfield Trails Questers No. 949 met at the home of D'Ann Brumett for their March meeting. Brumett presented the program on "The Luck of the Irish." To start the program, Brumett played several Irish songs on the harp. She said the harp is a very old instrument, and it was mentioned in the Bible several times. Most people who play the harp, learn the piano first. Continue reading...

Foundation raising funds to expand the library

Subscriber onlyIn last month's column, I discussed many of the activities that take place on an average day at the Bella Vista Library and I tried to emphasize our need for more space. I have had some ask what they could do to help. Well, I'm glad you asked! Continue reading...

Cooking terms with letter 'T' abound

Subscriber onlyLots of the cooking terms/processes that begin with the letter "t" are familiar, which is a refreshing change of pace from some of the previous ones in former columns. Continue reading...

Appliance pickup set for April 6-10

Subscriber onlyThe Property Owners Association is sponsoring its semi-annual "White Goods" pick up so members can get rid of their old non-working appliances. Continue reading...

Teal blasts Parsons

Subscriber onlyThe first Town Hall meeting with both city officials and POA officials started on an unexpected note. The chairman of the Property Owners Board of Directors told the audience gathered in Riordan Hall on March 24 that his trust in the "integrity, honest and fairness" of someone in the community had been shaken. Continue reading...

Cards & Games

Subscriber onlyBella Vista Ladies' Walk In Bridge Continue reading...

Easter Egg Hunt set Saturday

Subscriber onlyChildren will have the opportunity to gather goodies among 15,000 plastic eggs -- and have their picture taken with the Easter Bunny -- at a special event on Saturday, April 4. Continue reading...

Council OKs radios, cars for police

Subscriber onlyThe Bella Vista Police Department's transition into the 21st century is almost complete. The council voted 5-0 to approve a contract with Smith Two-Way Radio for 30 hand-held radios and seven digital radios. Alderman Jim Wozniak was absent. Continue reading...

Cooperation is theme of town hall meeting

Subscriber onlyCooperation between the city and the Property Owners Association is vital to ensure a successful future in Bella Vista, officials from both groups said at a March 24 joint meeting at Riordan Hall. Continue reading...

Garden Club told pollinators come in many forms

Subscriber onlyFor many members of the Bella Vista Garden Club, Master Gardener C.W. Doss presented a valuable reminder. He was the speaker at the club's March meeting. Continue reading...

Blood drive set for April 8

Subscriber onlyCommunity Blood Center of the Ozarks has issued a Code Yellow Alert for all negative blood types and Type AB positive. There is currently less than a two-day supply of these blood types available for area patients. Reserves of AB plasma are particularly low. Continue reading...

Eisert, a force to be reckoned with

Subscriber onlyLeonard Eisert spent most of his youth bouncing around foster homes. Continue reading...

Ihms calls first year a learning experience

Subscriber onlyBV manager completes a year as president of the national golf superintendents group Continue reading...

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