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Friday, Oct. 24, 2014
Pet of the Week
Dossier (No.123) is our pet of the week. He is a large, handsome 4-year-old brindle and white pit bull terrier. Dossier has a great personality, plays catch, is smart, walks well on a lease and has a howl worth hearing. He will be a great addition to any family. ...
Kid and teen e-Reading rooms available through library (10/22/14)
The Carroll and Madison Library System is pleased to offer another great feature of the Library2Go eBook system. eReading rooms for kids and teens are now available via the library's website at www.camals.org and the general Library2Go catalog. eBooks for children and teens will still be accessible via the general Library2Go catalog, but they also will be placed in the separate reading rooms, which offer easier browsing, reading lists and collections...
Taylor and Rankine artist reception (10/22/14)
DeVito's of Eureka Springs, located at 5 Center Street in the historic district, will host the art of painter Zeek Taylor and photographer John Rankine during the month of October, curated courtesy of Norberta Philbrook Gallery Taylor and Rankine, two of Eureka's favorite artists, will both be exhibiting recent and disparate works. Taylor's idiosyncratic, rich watercolors will partner with Rankine's subtle minimalist photography of objects culled from their natural function...
UFO Conference organizer dies (10/22/14)
EUREKA SPRINGS -- Dolores Cannon of Hunstville, who took over managing the annual Eureka Springs UFO Conference, passed away Oct. 18 after a short illness following an accident in late September. She was 83. Cannon was born in 1931 in St. Louis, Mo...
Good Shepherd animal shelter becomes Firewise (10/22/14)
The Good Shepherd Humane Society animal shelter on Highway 62 East in Eureka Springs took a big step in fire safety last month. The shelter elected to take part in the Arkansas Firewise Communities program. The Firewise program is geared toward protection from wildfire by teaching property owners how to recognize and clear flammable hazards around their homes and businesses. ...
The Word on the Street: Folk Artist Signs Messages (10/22/14)
When she was 21, Regina Smith went to New York City with artist Robin Van Arsdol. For the next five years, they painted more than 5,000 murals on the sides of buildings and other structures. Sometimes they had permission. Sometimes they did not. One of their renegade efforts cost them $1,000...
Citizen of the Week
Citizen of the Week
Jacob George was born on April 12, 1982 and passed away on Sept. 17, 2014. Jacob served three tours as a U.S. Army special operations combat engineer. He had a soldier's heart, and was outspoken about the blind spot in the treatment of veterans. Much of his life as a veteran was focused on drawing attention to how society might alter its treatment of returning warriors. ...
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