Bella Vista News


At trail crossings, cars have the right of way (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

Bella Vista resident Randy Hamm was left with a sore knee and a few cuts and bruises after trying to dodge what he thought was a wreck about to happen during a ... Read More »

Two-day race set on Back 40 trails (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

The first competitive event on the Back 40 trail system on Dec. 10-11 includes courses of 40 miles, 20 miles and 10 kilometers (6.2 miles) for runners and rider... Read More »

Kirby Nativity-scene collection on display (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

The Bella Vista Historical Museum will host Pat and Mark Kirby at 2 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 4, when they present a program about their collection of 700 Nativity scen... Read More »

DEB Project focuses on helping children (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

It was too late to help her friend when Sammy Laney found out. Her friend -- a very good friend, Deborah Murray, had once been a foster child and had survived a... Read More »

Consumer Alert (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

LITTLE ROCK -- Air conditioners across Arkansas are finally getting a break with temperatures now dipping into the 30s overnight, but the lower the temperature ... Read More »

Meetings (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

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Smith drives hole in one (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

Jerry C. Smith made a hole in one Nov. 21, 2016, on hole No. 4 at Scotsdale Golf Course. Read More »

York nail first ace (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

Dale York made a hole in one on Nov. 22, 2016, on hole No. 7 at Berksdale Golf Course. He used a 3 hybrid to hit the ball 155 yards into the cup. Read More »

Library News (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

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Pet of the Week (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

Lynn Atkins/The Weekly Vista This ten-week-old male kitten came into the shelter with his sister. He was found in Bella Vista and raised by area residents while... Read More »

Author holding Saturday book signing (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

Marie Meyer, aka Jeri Meyer, an author living in Bella Vista, will be having a book signing at Barnes and Noble Book Store in Rogers, (across from Lowes) from n... Read More »

Animal Shelter offers unique gift ideas (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

The staff of the Bella Vista Animal Shelter has two ways to join into the season of giving, manager Lauri May said. Read More »

The circular road is a $300,000 temporary solution (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

This is the end of the road. Read More »

Police reports (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

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Obituaries (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

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Thankful firefighters (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

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POA reviews golf pricing (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

After talking to management of all the golf courses within about an hour's drive, POA Golf Operations manager Darryl Muldoon concluded, "We're very well pr... Read More »

National Monument offers about segregated education (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

Looking for something to do? George Washington Carver National Monument Museum is close by and offers a variety of programs. Read More »

Crowd packs Bella Vista Museum's open house (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

The Bella Vista Historical Museum had its fourth annual open house last Thursday, bringing in 90 attendees. Read More »

Parsons questions POA's use of electronic voting (Bella Vista Weekly Vista)

Although both questions failed at the recent assessment election, member Jim Parsons brought up another issue. He believes the board did not have the right to a... Read More »

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