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Monday, Sep. 26, 2016
Pet of the Week
This very pretty, very small, 14-month-old shorthaired black female is "Little Bit" (#66). Unfortunately, her owner had too many cats. Little Bit is extra sweet-natured with dogs as well as people. She would do best in a one cat household. She'd very much love to be your pet. ...
Clear Spring School seeking donations for language lab (09/21/16)
For the students learning a foreign language at Clear Spring School, a computer dedicated to foreign language programs could make all the difference. High school block teacher Jessica Fitzpatrick said that's why the school has created an online fundraiser to raise money for 10 computers. ...
CAPC votes to request exposure on Channel 21 (09/21/16)
The Eureka Springs City Advertising and Promotion Commission could see its ads on the city's public access channel in the near future. On Wednesday, Sept. 14, the commission voted to request information on what it will take to run ads on the channel. Commissioner Charles Ragsdell said he'd love to see the CAPC's ads on the channel, saying he wants to know if that can be done. He moved to make an official request of Channel 21 to run the commission's ads, and the commission agreed to do so...
CAPC agrees to create 10-year plan for The Auditorium (09/21/16)
The Eureka Springs City Advertising and Promotion Commission will have its hands full over the next few months. The commission agreed on Sept. 14 to create a 10-year plan outlining how the proposed 1-percent sales tax will affect The Auditorium. The proposed tax would be split between the city's water and sewer and The Auditorium, with 25 percent going toward The Auditorium and 75 percent going toward the city's water and sewer infrastructure...
Blood drive scheduled Sept. 29 in Eureka Springs (09/21/16)
Community Blood Center of the Ozarks (CBCO) has issued a Code Yellow Alert for all blood types. A Code Yellow Alert means that there is less than a two-day supply of blood for patient use at area hospitals. Donors are urged to give this week at an area blood drive or CBCO donor center...
CAPC recommends Henke for vacant position (09/21/16)
Damon Henke will retain his seat on the Eureka Springs City Advertising and Promotion Commission if the Eureka Springs City Council approves his appointment. The commission voted Sept. 14 to extend Henke's time on the CAPC. Before voting, chairman Ken Ketelsen reported that Brandon Cox withdrew his application for the Position 4 seat...
Citizen of the Week
Rachel Brix is this week's Citizen of the Week. Brix recently finished a training program at the Good Shepherd Humane Society, where she trained both the dogs and dog techs. Brix said the goal of the training was to improve the chances of dogs getting adopted, especially the dogs that have been at the shelter for a long time. She worked with the dog techs so they could continue to train the dogs long after the program ended...
What do You think? Citizen Opinion by Cindy Worley
Fall is approaching. What is your favorite season? Why?
I love summer. I love riding my bike.
Winter. I like snow and sledding.
Summer, get to ride our motorcycles.
Fall because it is great riding weather and the scenery is beautiful.
Spring, everything is waking up and coming to life.
Summer because I get to wear my Sunday-Saturday thongs.
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