Bella Vista News


Club News (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

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Smoke, but no fire (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

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Fairy Lamps shimmer in museum (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

Fairy lamps, all formed of decorated glass and designed to safely hold a candle, are the focus of a new exhibit at the Bella Vista Museum. Read More »

Take Note (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

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POA offers unlimited facilities for one fee (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

A new program may make it easier for Property Owners Association members to stay active, Recreation Director Joan Glubczynski said. Members can now pay a fee fo... Read More »

Bentonville police investigating attempted armed robbery at McDonald's (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

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Fire Department applying for grants (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

Bella Vista Fire Chief Steve Sims said the department is applying for a SAFER grant to help pay for more personnel. Read More »

Meetings (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

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Lining up to dance (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

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POA marketing director leaves post (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

Marketing Director John Walsh left the Property Owners Association to pursue a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, General Manager Tom Judson said at the monthly Ma... Read More »

Hot stove talk Jan. 22 (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

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Interstate 49 lane closing set (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

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Obituaries (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

Clyde D. Cheek Jr. Read More »

Volunteer boards have open seats (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

Several of the city's volunteer boards are looking for new members as terms expire. Read More »

New members swell wood carvers (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

Every Thursday afternoon, a diverse group of individuals get together to talk about wood and carving. The Bella Vista Wood Carvers are celebrating their 30th an... Read More »

2016 In Review: The City (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

2016 proved an eventful year for Bella Vista. Read More »

Wildflower meadow set ablaze to restore beauty (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

Monday morning, the wildflower meadow sandwiched between U.S. Highway 71 and Lake Bella Vista was set ablaze. Read More »

Planners send lot splits to City Council (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

The Planning Commission met Monday night to discuss a couple of lot splits that will be going to the city council next week. Read More »

Why oh why do we need new technology (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

I heard on the news that a few days into the new year is national return day. That got me to thinking about some of the Christmas gifts I have received the last... Read More »

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