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Pet of the Week
04/24/14
"Rachel" (Dog # 16) is a small, very pretty red & white heeler. She's a personality plus 2-yr.old who gets along great with people & other dogs. She's energetic, very smart, & is very trainable. A great pet. Rachel has all her shots & is spayed, & 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. The shelter has 135 homeless dogs & cats. Adopt a pet & save a life & thank you for caring...
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Rock stars of beading booked for Eureka retreat (04/24/14)
Three internationally known beaded jewelry designers are scheduled to teach at the Second Annual Beading in the Ozarks Retreat Aug. 14 through Aug. 17. Organized by Jeannine Rainone of Beaver Lake, the retreat is held at the Inn of the Ozarks Conference Center. ...
Holiday Island chamber to sponsor Jeep show in the Park (04/24/14)
The Holiday Island Chamber of Commerce will sponsor a family friendly day t his Saturday, April 26, in the Veterans Memorial Park off Hwy. 23 North in Holiday Island from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The event will feature Jeeps of all kinds and eras, with Landers McClarty of Bentonville and possible other after-market vendors bringing Jeeps for viewing...
The Motorhead Artist - TV host from Canada takes crash course in art during Eureka filming, visit (04/24/14)
For the first episode of "The Motorhead Traveler," Kevin Cullen traveled to Norway, where he went ATVing above the Arctic circle. Reindeer were running alongside his vehicle, he said, but that's not what he was excited to talk about when he got back home...
Peine gift will benefit woodworking students (04/24/14)
Buz Peine of Beaver and his brother, Ed Peine, of Houston, Texas, both avid woodturners, have given a gift of two new Oneway lathes to be used in the studio shared by the Clear Spring School and the Eureka Springs School of the Arts. The lathes will be used by students of both schools in the Clear Spring School wood shop. ...
Grace Lutheran pastor retiring after 22 years (04/24/14)
Pastor Kenneth Haydon of Grace Lutheran Church in Holiday Island tried to retire six years ago, but now he is really retiring after 22 years here of a 46-year career in the ministry. "I officially semi-retired back in 2008, but have been serving on contract since then," he said...
Citizen of the Week

Citizen of the Week
04/24/14
In honor of Earth Day, which was Tuesday this week, this edition's Citizen of the Week is someone who has helped Eurekans make Earth-friendly choices more than anyone else in the area we know of: Jerry Landrum. Jerry -- who is also the nicest guy you'll probably ever meet -- brings his giant solar panels to power the Eureka Springs Farmers' Market each week, and he happily answers any questions visitors may have about solar energy. ...

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Margo Elliott
What's your favorite part of the May Festival of the Arts?


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Missy Judd Jackson

"Scott's wife"

The parade! I always love Eureka parades!


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Diane Applegate

"Diana Moon"

The level of energy rises during this time. People slow down and interact with one another. The artists are more available and very open to discuss their art.


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Candace Chapman

"Hula Hooper"

It kicks off my birthday! I love seeing the creative introverts come alive and showcase their work!


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Lucretia Gayle

"Palace Princess"

Parade!


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Francesca Giri

"Needle Wielder"

I love White Street Walk, a wonderful community filled (event).


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Mary Flood

"Now A Visitor"

The beautiful posters every year, the local participation, and the tourists!

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