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Wednesday, July 23, 2014
Pet of the Week
This very outgoing puppy is "Teddy" (# 56). He's a large, handsome 1-yr. old black & white border collie/terrier. Teddy is very playful & affectionate, as well as very smart & very trainable. A really nice dog who needs a real home. Teddy has all his shots, is neutered, & can be adopted at the Good Shepherd Animal Shelter, Hwy 62 east of Eureka Springs; open 12-5 every day but Wed., phone 253-9188. ...
SWEPCO seeks more time to respond to call for more evidence (07/17/14)
Southwestern Electric Power Co. says it will comply with the Arkansas Public Service Commission's request for more evidence demonstrating a need for its plan to construct a high-voltage power line through the Ozark Mountains -- but not until January 2015...
Council approves Master Trail Plan (07/17/14)
More than 40 residents spoke during the public comments portion of Monday's meeting of the Eureka Springs City Council, with the vast majority urging the council to adopt the Eureka Springs Master Trail Plan. Those residents got their wish, as the council voted 5-0-1 to adopt the plan. ...
Benefit to be held for injured deputy (07/17/14)
BERRYVILLE -- A benefit ragball softball tournament for Carroll County Deputy Jonathan Moran, injured in the line of duty, will be held Saturday, July 26 at the A.L. Carter Field. Moran was injured in a rollover accident on County Road 608 while responding as a backup to a domestic dispute in Oak Grove in the early morning hours of July 7. He sustained injuries to his shoulder and neck, with broken and damaged vertebrae, and was transported to Mercy Hospital in Springfield, Mo...
Carroll-Boone Water District board to hear update on fluoride facility and funding (07/17/14)
EUREKA SPRINGS -- The Carroll-Boone Water District board will hear an update Thursday on construction of the fluoride-dispensing project, as well as on payments from Delta Dental for the facility and those to the contractor. The board also will consider approval of life insurance and AD&D coverage for employees exposed to silica, part of the fluoridation process...
Youth Theater presents "Little Women" at Aud (07/17/14)
The Youth Community Theater of Eureka Springs will present two performances of "Little Women" at 7 p.m Aug. 1 and 2 at the Auditorium. The performances are free. Published in 1868, Louisa May Alcott's best-known novel tells the story of the four March sisters -- Meg, Jo, Amy and Beth -- and their home life in New England during the Civil War. ...
Citizen of the Week
Citizens of the Week
The Eureka Springs Police Department sponsored its annual summer youth program July 8-11 at the Holiday Island Rec Center. The program, which was open to students in grades 3-11, included a variety of activities. Students were fed lunch each day and were able to swim and participate in games around the Rec Center. They also visited Turpentine Creek and saw a presentation from Snake World...
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What do you say to people to get them to visit Eureka Springs?
I tell people to come to Eureka Springs, it's a place with No Labels.
Eureka Springs as the most unique and fun shopping experience!
It's the BEST place to ride in America!
You can breathe the air and drink the water, and virtually no crime to speak of.
It's Paradise. It's the center of the Spiritual World.
I agree with Patti, it's Paradise!
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