Bella Vista News


BV Historical Museum celebrates 30th anniversary (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

The Bella Vista Historical Museum, operated by the Bella Vista Historical Society, was constructed in 1984 and formally opened on April 14, 1985. The building w... Read More »

Schmieding Center sets schedule (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

The Schmieding Center in Bella Vista is offering several free health-related programs for Bella Vista residents. All but Dr. Menendez's presentation will take p... Read More »

Man sentenced to 30 years for child pornography (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

BENTONVILLE -- John Calvin Oakley admitted to possessing child pornography, and his glances at the images during sentencing Friday, April 10, caught Circuit Jud... Read More »

Feelings mixed on adding exercise equipment at Metfield (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

Shirley Schmidt has been exercising at the Metfield Clubhouse for 13 years, but she's not sure she's in favor of new exercise equipment the board plans to insta... Read More »

Methodist Quilters seek volunteers, quilts (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

The Methodist Quilters need more people who love to wield their needles finishing quilts. They also are seeking more quilt tops to hand stitch. Read More »

Gutierrez shows persistence to get job (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

Vanessa Gutierrez didn't join the Bella Vista Fire Department to be a footnote in history. She came here to fight fires and save lives. Read More »

Club news (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

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Local bipolar support groups join forces with DBSA (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

The bipolar support groups now meeting in Bella Vista and Rogers have joined the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance. Read More »

Five Bella Vistans named to society (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

BENTONVILLE -- Bella Vistans Katherine Alldredge, Juanita Ferguson, Jessica Lewis, Rhonda Lynch and Spencer Shoemake were recently inducted in the Beta Kappa Ps... Read More »

Board discusses restaurant lessees (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

The POA administration is still looking for someone to lease the restaurant space at the Highlands Clubhouse, General Manager Tommy Bailey told the board at the... Read More »

Police reports (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

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Calendar of events (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

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Cards & Games (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

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POA agrees to swap Dogwood land for Tanyard practice center (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

The POA board approved a deal, swapping about two and a half acres of undeveloped land for 19 acres of land that includes the Tanyard Creek Practice Center at t... Read More »

Obituaries (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

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Shelter fundraiser set for Saturday (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

The Bella Vista Animal Shelter will have its Spring Brats and Dogs fundraiser from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 25, at Allen's Foods in the Sugar Creek Sho... Read More »

Public meetings (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

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Council told PZDs will aid in development (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

An ordinance planners hope will spur development in Bella Vista is headed for its third and final reading. Aldermen on Monday, April 27, will consider an ordina... Read More »

Carson to speak at garden expo (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

The Benton County Master Gardeners will have their Lawn and Garden Expo from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, April 25, at the First United Methodist Church, 201 NW 2... Read More »

Aldermen OK funds for tractors (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

Aldermen on Monday, April 20, unanimously approved a resolution to amend the city budget and appropriate $100,000 for two tractors lost in the March 29 fire at ... Read More »

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