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Thursday, Feb. 26, 2015
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. FEBRUARY 26...
Pet of the Week
This large, handsome, 1-year-old brindle boxer/catahoula leopard dog is "Spencer" (No. 182). Spencer is super friendly to people, energetic, smart and very trainable. He loves the girls and would be a great family pet. Spencer has all his shots, is neutered and is waiting and wanting to be adopted at the Good Shepherd Animal Shelter on Highway 62 east of Eureka Springs. ...
Carroll County Bible Reading Marathon calls for National Day of Prayer volunteers (02/25/15)
The Carroll County Bible Reading Marathon committee recently elected officers for this year. These officers are a small representation of different churches working together to coordinate the Sixth Annual National Day of Prayer event May 3-7 on the square in Green Forest...
Writers' colony to host storytelling retreat (02/25/15)
Actress, teacher and writer Elaine Blanchard will lead a three-day storytelling retreat at the Writers' Colony at Dairy Hollow on March 6-8. The retreat begins at 6 p.m. Friday, March 6,with an introduction and getting acquainted with the storytelling group. ...
Eureka Springs' first 10X10 play festival accepting entries (02/25/15)
Joe Watts, artistic director of the OZ-arks Drama Club, a new theatre company in Eureka Springs, is calling for submissions to its first 10 X 10 play festival, which will be held in Eureka Springs. The festival is a series of 10 10-minute plays and writers from Eureka Springs and cities within a 50-mile radius of Eureka including Fayetteville, Rogers and Bentonville are encouraged to enter...
Cast and crew sign-up for The Great Passion Play to be held March 8 (02/25/15)
Cast and crew registration for the 2015 season of The Great Passion Play in Eureka Springs, will be held Sunday, March 8, on the grounds of The Great Passion Play. Those interested in being a member of this year's cast may apply between 2 p.m. and 3:30 p.m...
ESDN touts downdown changes (02/25/15)
ESDN Main Street Eureka Springs has been working with business owners, established and new to the downtown district, and is excited about the changes happening within the downtown business landscape. Soon there will be the largest retailer in the city residing in the Nelson space, there are new dining options with Brews, Le Stick, The Grotto Chop House and Taqueria Aquarius, and established retailers are refining their offering for the upcoming season downtown...
Citizen of the Week
Citizen of the Week
Tony Popovac is this week's Citizen of the Week. Popovac, who was nominated by Dan Ellis, successfully produced the two Mardi Gras parades and previous St. Patrick's Day parades. Popovac tended to the difficult task of scheduling people and floats for the parades, ensuring their safety and making sure they had enough Mardi Gras beads...
What do YOU think? Citizen Opinion by Cindy Worley
Do you think the state or federal government has the right to use imminent domain for conservation or energy projects?
Not unless the citizens vote it in; ultimately the government is representing us.
Let locals decide.
No, I believe every area has the right to know what is best for their area.
Yes, because sometimes people don't know what they really need.
They have the legal right but do they have the moral right?
"Classic Movie Diva"
Imminent domain is just a ruse to get what they want.
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