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Pet of the Week
08/17/16
"Mindy" (No. R213) is a very pretty, 21-month-old, medium-size black and brown heeler/minpin. She's a happy girl, good with people and other dogs, and loves to play with her ball. She's also very trainable, walks well on a leash and appreciates attention. ...
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Note: Regular, ongoing meetings are listed in the section below specific date events, and that section is updated frequently. Many ongoing meetings have special speakers/events; be sure to check that section. AUGUST 18 'Green Eggs and Ham' Storytime...
Senior Center Menu (08/17/16)
The Carroll County Senior Activity & Wellness Center is located at 202 W. Madison Ave. in Berryville. Lunch is served weekdays at noon. Monday, Aug. 22 Spaghetti with meat sauce, Italian vegetables, ambrosia salad and garlic bread Tuesday, Aug. 23 Baked chicken, macaroni and cheese, five-way vegetables and pound cake with fruit...
Parks director to address city council about no-smoking ordinance (08/17/16)
Next week, Eureka Springs parks director Justin Huss will present information on a proposed no-smoking ordinance in city parks. Huss told the Eureka Springs Parks Commission on Tuesday night that he's excited to discuss the proposed ordinance, saying some city council members have expressed interest in preventing smoking in city parks...
ES teachers excited for 2016-17 school year (08/17/16)
This is going to be a big year for Jessica Cummings' art students. Cummings, who teaches art at Eureka Springs High School, reported Thursday that her students will be more directly involved with the Eureka Springs Arts Council this year. She explained that the students have been involved in the past but said they will spearhead a project of their choosing this year...
ES student sings at DNC events (08/17/16)
Eureka Springs High School junior Ashlynn Lockhart had just finished a performance of "Godspell" at Opera in the Ozarks when her mother, Davina Lockhart, whisked her away to the airport. They were headed to Philadelphia, where Ashlynn joined the Pennsylvania Girlchoir to sing at the Democratic National Convention...

Citizen of the Week
08/17/16
Terry McClung is this week's Citizen of the Week. Along with his family, McClung has helped organize the Eureka Springs Bluegrass Festival for years. The festival features multiple acts each day, with the music beginning at noon. It's a family affair, and the McClungs are at the center of it...

What do you think? Citizen Opinion by Cindy Worley

In lieu of a sales tax increase, how would you suggest raising money for infrastructure repairs?

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Crystal Roberts

"Mouth"

Do a benefit or take it from the CAPC, since they don't advertise for those who are paying them.


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Betty Green

"Ham Guddled Goose"

Citizens could sell stuff that they are not using and use that money.


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Grant Barrett

"Grant"

Just spend what we bring in now more wisely.


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Melissa Hayes

"Honey Bee"

Silent auction/benefit with local artist participation.


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Timothy Wells

"Tim"

Toll roads or more metered parking.


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Robert Burgess

"Mario"

CAPC tax should be lowered and passed across the board and use that money.

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In lieu of a sales tax increase, how would you suggest raising money for infrastructure repairs?
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 Benefit Auction
 Toll roads
 Lower CAPC tax
 More meters
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