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Pet of the Week
This small,very pretty 16-month-old female black and brown fox terrier mix is Sidney (No. 77). She is sweet-natured and shows her great anticipation when having a visitor. She's very friendly and gets along well with other dogs ... a nice little girl who would appreciate having a real home. ...
17-year-old arrested in Grandview slaying
A 17-year-old Carroll County boy was arrested Tuesday on charges of capital murder in the death of a 21-year-old man. According to a press release from the Carroll County Sheriff's Office, deputies were dispatched at 4:10 p.m. Tuesday to a reported murder at 92 Carroll County Road 219, in the Grandview area...
Missing person ES woman's disappearance connected to Memphis fugitive
A Eureka Springs woman is missing, and authorities suspect she's keeping dangerous company. Eureka Springs Police Chief Thomas Achord said Thursday that Shastah Naumann was reported missing around August 2016. A source close to Naumann said he saw her last in June 2016. Naumann had just met Kelvin Montgomery, the source said, and was traveling all over the country with him. The source said he suspects Naumann is still with Montgomery...
Revocation hearing Planning agrees not to revoke CUP at 12 Lookout Circle
John and Julie Van Woy can keep operating their tourist lodging business at 12 Lookout Circle as long as they obey the city code. The Van Woys met with the Eureka Springs Planning Commission for a revocation hearing on Jan. 10, and the commission agreed to allow them to keep a Conditional Use Permit for five units of tourist lodging at 12 Lookout Circle...
New marketing strategy CAPC commissioner proposes expanding target area
The Eureka Springs City Advertising and Promotion Commission got a few pointers from commissioner Susan Harman on Jan. 11. Harman proposed a new marketing strategy for 2017, saying it wasn't a complete strategy. The idea, Harman said, was to give the commission a few new ideas on how to bring more people to the city...
CAPC approves market fund requests
The Eureka Springs City Advertising and Promotion Commission approved two market fund requests on Jan. 11. Maureen Alexander, the event coordinator with the Eureka Springs School of the Arts, presented the first request. Alexander said ESSA was asking for $2,000 for the Plein Air Festival. It's the second year the festival has been held in the city, Alexander said, and she thinks it will go well...
Citizen of the Week
Avery Darby is this week's Citizen of the Week. During a recent medical scare when Darby found himself with an adult who was unconscious, he remained calm and collected. His Boy Scout training kicked in, and he rushed to find an adult and get help from 911. This 9-year-old boy is responsible for saving a life...
What do You think? Citizen Opinion by Cindy Worley
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