Bella Vista News


More and more young people affected by melonoma (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

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Jimenez graduates from UALR (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

LITTLE ROCK -- Danny Jimenez of Bella Vista, Ark., is a May 2015 graduate of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Read More »

Gravette hosts discussion on vocational opportunities (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

On Aug. 18, the Gravette School District hosted a legislative discussion regarding vocational opportunities for students in northwest Arkansas. Read More »

Cards & Games (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

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Breeling, Timbrell join Cooper's special ed department (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

Two new staff members have joined Cooper Elementary's special education department this year. While both are certified teachers, their roles will be very differ... Read More »

Latest stretch hooks bypass to the Highlands (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

Mayor Peter Christie believes the newly-opened two-mile stretch of the Bella Vista Bypass will greatly benefit residents on the west side of town. Read More »

Youth's quick thinking saves home (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

Knowing how to operate a fire extinguisher meant the difference between losing a home and losing a meal for one Bella Vista resident. Read More »

Wonderland Cave annexed; zoned C-3 (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

The historic Wonderland Cave is officially inside the city limits of Bella Vista. Read More »

Tanyard Creek: (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

Until recently, there was some question about the nature trail at Tanyard Creek being open to the public. Now, POA senior staff agree that the trails are not ac... Read More »

Library events (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

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Chef CJ Venter wows Concordia residents (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

Chef Venter grew up in a South African family, where he learned at an early age that quality food was an essential ingredient to good living. Read More »

Alzheimer's Clinical Trials Come to Northwest Arkansas (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

Alzheimer's disease is a devastating illness that can rob individuals of their most basic abilities and precious memories. Currently, there is no cure for Alzhe... Read More »

Bowman mapping POA lakes (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

The Lakes Committee met without a quorum last week and used the time to hear from Property Owners Association staff about the lakes. Read More »

DAR meets in Bella Vista (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution had its annual meeting of the Osage District on July 25, 2015, at the Bella Vista Country Club,... Read More »

Police Reports (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

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Six Bella Vistans graduate from UofA (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

Six students from Bella Vista graduated from the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville in ceremonies in May. Read More »

Chen named to dean's list (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

WHEATON, Ill. -- Wheaton College student Fangzhou Chen of Bella Vista, Ark. was named to the dean's list for the spring 2015 semester. Read More »

Schmieding Center sets programs (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

The Schmieding Center in Bella Vista is offering several free health-related programs for Bella Vista residents. All but Dr. Phillip Cedeno and Ellen Creakbaum ... Read More »

POA Board OKs Metfield snack bar (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

The Metfield Clubhouse is one step closer to food service, in the form of a snack bar, after the regular POA Board of Directors meeting on Thursday night. The b... Read More »

Public meetings (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

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