Bella Vista News


Pedal It Forward, a great cause (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

On his way home from work on Monday, Mike Wadley made a stop that may have changed a young man's life. Wadley stopped at Pedal It Forward on behalf of a Northwe... Read More »

Wesley Series celebrates 20th anniversary (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

The Wesley Series of concerts, lectures and art exhibits, sponsored by the First United Methodist Church, 20 Boyce Drive, Bella Vista, is celebrating it 20th an... Read More »

Madison Woods to speak at Village on the Lakes Writers & Poets (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

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Cards and Games (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

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Correction (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

A story in the Sept. 30 edition of the Weekly Vista incorrectly quoted Alderman John Flynn as saying the mayor of Bella Vista makes less than three-fourths of c... Read More »

PRNMP to have prescribed burns (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

Pea Ridge National Military Park will conduct prescribed fire operations sometime during the months of October 2015 to April 2016, subject to weather conditions... Read More »

Schools ready for panic button app (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

Teachers statewide have access to a new, phone-based security system while they are at school. Read More »

AARP chapter hosting recycle event (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

The Bella Vista Recycle Center group of AARP Chapter 109 is having a free program at noon, Nov. 12, at Riordan Hall. Read More »

A Taste of Old Bella Vista (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

It's not surprising that members of the Butterfield Trails Chapter of Questers International are interested in history. But while most members collect historic ... Read More »

Police reports (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

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Alderman to decide solitication ordinance (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

A solicitation ordinance that's prickled aldermen for the past three months will likely get their vote of approval when it comes before the City Council in Octo... Read More »

Obituaries (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

Charles 'Chuck' E. Goodman Read More »

Lake Bella Vista receives FEMA funding for new dam (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

The fate of Lake Bella Vista is still somewhat tenuous, thanks to an advocacy group vowing to fight construction of a new dam on Little Sugar Creek. Read More »

Fate of Town Center still unkown (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

While Bella Vista's developer, Cooper Communities Inc., is always considering ways to improve both sides of Town Center, there are no definite plans for the loc... Read More »

POA GM search process begins (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

The POA board has met with representatives of GSI Executive Search and will soon see a job description for the vacant general manager position, according to Bra... Read More »

Planners discuss new zoning district for Old Bella Vista (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

A new residential zoning district could spur development in parts of Old Bella Vista, according to Chris Suneson, director of Bella Vista's Community Developmen... Read More »

Village House names new director (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

Village House Adult Day Program in Bella Vista has named Heather Corporon as the executive director. The nonprofit's Board of Directors made the hire after revi... Read More »

POA outlines bow-hunting policy (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

Arkansas' bow hunting season began Sept. 26 and the Bella Vista Village Property Owners Association would like to remind members of its hunting policy. Read More »

Bella Vista tailgate party planned (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

The Bella Vista Village Property Owners Association will host the "Tide's Turnin' Tailgate Party" Oct. 10 at Blowing Springs Park. Read More »

Carroll Electric gives energy makeover to Bella Vistan (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

When Ann Prestage saw an offer in the Carroll Electric magazine she decided to fill out the card, not really believing that she might win. Read More »

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