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Thursday, Sep. 18, 2014
Note: Regular, ongoing meetings are listed in the section below specific date events. For information about special speakers/events at ongoing meetings, check that section. SEPTEMBER 18 Eureka Springs Elementary School...
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Pet of the Week
Say hello to Scoobie (No. 12). He's a fluffy, medium-sized, 18-month-old, muted orange tabby. Scoobie is super sweet natured and gets along well with other cats. He's calm, very affectionate -- a very pettable pet. Scoobie has all his shots, is neutered, and can be adopted at the Good Shepherd Animal Shelter located on Highway 62 east of Eureka Springs. ...
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HI observance marks Patriot Day (09/17/14)
HOLIDAY ISLAND -- A handful of people ignored the rain to come out to a Patriot Day observance of 9/11 on Sept. 11 at the Veterans Memorial Park. The event, presented by American Legion Post 36, commemorated the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on the World Trade Center in New York...
Joint meeting focuses on improving city economy (09/17/14)
A much-anticipated meeting to discuss tourism and boosting the Eureka Springs economy was held Friday, Sept. 12, at Inn of the Ozarks. Members of the City Council, City Advertising and Promotions Commission (CAPC) and the Eureka Springs Chamber of Commerce, along with others, presented introductions about their responsibilities, goals and strategies to promote Eureka Springs...
CAPC: Sales tax revenues increase in Eureka (09/17/14)
The City Advertising and Promotions Commission (CAPC) announced Wednesday, Sept. 10, that city sales tax revenues were up slightly over a three-year period based on an inflation-adjusted analysis. The modest gain is significant when comparing Eureka Springs revenue with the surrounding counties and taking into account the recession the country is facing...
Places Everyone: Curtain Going Up on Main Stage (09/17/14)
An open house to celebrate another Main Stage milestone will be held on Sunday, Sept. 21, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. The public is invited to tour the remodeled row building at 67 N. Main, which will serve as a creative community center. The open house will feature an art exhibit with work by Larry Mansker, Denise Ryan, John Willer, Diana Harvey, Carol Dickie and others. ...
ES School Board moves meeting to Monday, will consider minority recruitment plan (09/11/14)
EUREKA SPRINGS -- The Eureka Springs School Board has moved its regular monthly meeting up from next Thursday to this coming Monday, Sept. 15. The board will consider for approval the Minority Teacher and Administrator Recruitment Plan, which is an annual state requirement of districts who have more than 5 percent minority student population...
Citizen of the Week

Citizens of the Week
This week's Citizen of the Week is actually 12 citizens -- The Eureka Springs Potters Alliance. The Alliance formed in March 2014 and is composed of 12 members -- Elby Bergman, Sheri Cunningham, Maureen Dailey, Juhuda Dunbar, Katy Guetzlaff, Jim Wallace, Doug Powell, Sara and Terry Russell, Lorna Trigg and Craig Hirsch. ...

What do YOU think?

By David Blankenship
What is one thing we can do as individuals to bring 100,000 new visitors to the Eureka Springs?

Carrie Marry

"Whole Foods Maven"

"Keep generating that Eureka love vibe."

Billy Williams


"Accept all diversity - even motorcycles"

Linda Wilson

"Mrs. Greenarms"

"Keep your yard clean and your trees trimmed"

Misty Langdon

"I Like Pig's Butts"

"I can do a Twitter campaign"

Ivan Thompson

"Ivan of the Ozarks"

"More Eureka chicken-on-a-stick"

Stuart Drizner


"By showing how much we love being here"

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What is one thing we can do as individuals to bring 100,000 new visitors to the Eureka Springs?
 Treat tourists with kindness
 Reach out through social media
 Maintain the city's appearance
 Continue to embrace diversity

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