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Tuesday, July 28, 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. JULY 27 Sugar...
Pet of the Week
This week's pet of the week is Muggsy, an adorable, medium-sized, short-haired, white and gray, 2-year-old cat. Not only is he a beautiful pet, he's super friendly and very affectionate. He loves attention and is a great lap cat. Muggsy has his shots, is neutered, and can be adopted for one-half the usual adoption fee at the Good Shepherd Humane Society at Hwy. ...
Diversity Weekend schedule released (07/22/15)
Eureka Springs will host its second Diversity Weekend of the year from Friday, Aug. 7 to Sunday, Aug. 9, a celebration introducing the Eureka Springs Human Rights Art & Film Festival. The festival focuses on all human rights issues and is a project of the Eureka Springs Indie FilmFest, the Eureka Springs Art Council and ArFilms/Arkansas Production Alliance...
Ellis joins LCC as free-lance photographer (07/22/15)
Tavi Ellis has joined the Lovely County Citizen news team as a free-lance photographer and will be helping cover local news stories and events in Eureka Springs. Ellis works part-time at the Eureka Springs Carnegie Public Library and has her own photography business, Tavi Photography in Eureka Springs. ...
Eureka Springs city council votes to amend non-discrimination law (07/22/15)
The Eureka Springs City Council in a special meeting Friday afternoon unanimously passed with an emergency clause an ordinance to amend the city's non-discrimination law, Ordinance 2223, as a defensive move in case the state decides to challenge it in court...
Ending domestic violence in Arkansas Carroll County pivotal in creation of new laws (07/22/15)
LITTLE ROCK--While two state representatives from Northwest Arkansas and others took center stage at Monday's press conference on domestic violence at the Arkansas State Capitol, Carroll County Sheriff's Office Chief Deputy Maj. George Frye sat quietly in the audience...
Eureka Springs city council votes to amend non-discrimination law (07/17/15)
The Eureka Springs City Council in a special meeting Friday afternoon unanimously passed with an emergency clause an ordinance to amend their non-discrimination law, Ordinance 2223, as a defensive move in case the state decides to challenge it on a Constitutional basis...
What do YOU think? Citizen Opinion by Cindy Worley
Are you enjoying the dog days of summer in Eureka or do you prefer other seasons?
I like all seasons.
I prefer all other seasons.
No, I like fall better.
Yes, I work in it all day long running the weed eater.
I like the dog days.
Give me the dog days.
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