County’s new case count still on downward trendCarroll County is on the right track — at least for now — in regard to the number of new cases of COVID-19. For the third week in a row, the number of new cases has shown a marked decline, with the...
Worth the wait: Green Forest graduate Wethern receives diplomaEight months after a near-fatal car accident prevented him from graduating with his classmates at Green Forest High School, Devon Wethern finally got the chance to wear his cap and gown. Earlier this...
- Airport panel hears master plan update (2/23/21)
- Pet of the Week: Morrison (2/23/21)
- Friends of the Library to host Buy It Now Sale (2/23/21)
- Records show Wright’s efforts to control CAPC staff (2/17/21)
- Winter storm
Residents urged to conserve power to prevent outages (2/16/21)
- $1 million bond for 2 accused in slaying; judge orders 3rd man released from jail (2/16/21)
- Berry reflects on 2020, says Eureka Springs in recovery stage (2/16/21)
- County’s new case count continues to drop as another death reported (2/16/21)
- Library sponsors online cooking workshops beginning Feb. 20 (2/16/21)
- Pet of the Week: Vale (2/16/21)
- Lady Bobcats respond in final minutes, clinch regional bid
- $1 million bond for 2 accused in slaying; judge orders 3rd man released from jail
- Change of plans: Bobcats host district tournament game, after all
- Tigers punch ticket
Green Forest advances to regional tourney
- Worth the wait: Green Forest graduate Wethern receives diploma
- Lady Bobcats respond in final minutes, clinch regional bidWith a little less than three minutes remaining in Monday’s game against Gravette, the Berryville Lady Bobcats had a prime opportunity to throw in the towel and head into the offseason. But that’s not the Lady Bobcats’ style. Instead, Berryville responded to the late-game adversity by cranking up their defensive intensity and outscored Gravette 9-2 over the final 2:37 to secure a 54-49 victory in the quarterfinals of the 4A-1 district tournament. ...
- Change of plans: Bobcats host district tournament game, after all (2/23/21)
- Tigers get tough draw for district semis (2/23/21)
- End of Highlanders’ season frustrates Rambo (2/23/21)
- Tigers punch ticket
Green Forest advances to regional tourney (2/16/21)
- Season on the line for Berryville girls (2/16/21)
- Bobcats hope break doesn’t slow their roll (2/16/21)
Family history (2/23/21)O ne of my most prized possessions sits on a desk in my office. It’s a large book, measuring 8.5 by 11.5 inches and running for more than 500 pages. The title is “Loftis and the Descendants of Laban Loftis,” and the book traces my paternal family history back for eight generations. Laban Loftis is my great-great-great-great-great grandfather, the son of one of three Loftis brothers who came to America from England in the early 18th Century...
Surviving together (2/23/21)Last Friday, I called my boss about a project that would have been due at the end of this week. We came to a conclusion I’m sure many of you have come to understand since that big winter storm hit two weeks ago. We were behind, but so was everybody else...
Not sure what to expect (2/16/21)I’m writing this column on Friday, in anticipation of Monday being a little different than it is most weeks. Monday is our “production day” here at the Carroll County News — the day we actually put the newspaper together and send the pages to the press in Harrison. ...
Margaret Hulse (2/24/21)Margaret A. Hulse of Berryville, Arkansas was born March 23, 1945 in Pine Bluff, Arkansas to J. W....
- Allan E. Lacock (2/22/21)Al was born Dec. 30, 1935 in Springville, Iowa to Willard and Margaret Lacock. He proudly served in...
- Don Holley (2/22/21)Don V. Holley, age 82, of Holiday Island, Arkansas, passed away at Eureka Springs Hospital on...
- Sharon Casto (2/22/21)Sharon Kay (Stark) Casto of Springdale, Ark. was born June 4, 1943 at Green Forest, Ark. Kay passed...
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Help WantedPART- TIME Park Attendant: Eureka Springs Parks and Recreation is seeking qualified applicants for two part-time, seasonal park attendants for Lake Leatherwood City Park. This position includes customer service for the marina, cabins and campground. The ideal candidate will posses the ability to work independently and multi-task. Requirements include a background check, valid Arkansas driver's license, a cell phone, and the ability to work well with the public. This is a part-time seasonal...
Help WantedFULL-TIME Maintenance Worker: Eureka Springs Parks and Recreation is seeking qualified applicants for one full-time maintenance worker. Duties include routine maintenance of facilities, grounds, vehicles and equipment, including water, irrigation, electrical and plumbing systems; mowing and weed-eating; tractor and mower operation; minor structural repairs; painting and cleaning of woody debris. The ideal candidate will posses the ability to work independently and multi-task. Requirements...
Help WantedMAINTENANCE WORKER: Eureka Springs Parks & Recreation is seeking qualified applicants for a grounds keeper to work in various parks, but primarily at Lake Leatherwood City Park. Duties will vary, but may include maintaining gardens; maintaining open areas and ball fields, including mowing and weed-eating; planting, fertilizing, pruning, weeding and trimming vegetation. Must be capable of performing routine maintenance of tools, including mowers, weed-eaters and chainsaws. The ideal candidate...