Raises coming soon for ES city employees

Many Eureka Springs city employees will soon be getting a bump in salary. No action was taken by the city council on the issue at its regular meeting on Monday, April 25, but after hearing that the city could afford to make many city employee salaries at least $15 an hour, Mayor Butch Berry said the increase would likely go into effect the first pay period of May.
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CS Bank celebrates 110 years

Wednesday, May 4, will mark the 110-year anniversary for CS Bank. Formerly Bank of Eureka Springs and Cornerstone Bank before shortening its name in 2020 to CS Bank, the financial institution was chartered in 1912 and remains the only local bank headquartered in Eureka Springs with seven locations throughout Northwest Arkansas and southwest Missouri.
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Pet of the Week

This week’s Pet of the Week is Buscemi! Buscemi is a senior dog who spent most of his life with one owner. It takes some effort to earn his trust, but he will be a loyal and loving companion once you have it. Buscemi could use a patient home with someone who doesn’t mind a little extra effort earning love. We really want Buscemi out of our kennel and into a home so that he can spend the rest of his time living a true dog’s life. You can visit Buscemi and our other adoptables at the Adoption Center on Highway 62. All adoption fees are only $25 for Empty the Shelters! Submitted photo
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The Carroll County Senior Activity and Wellness Center is located at 202 W. Madison Ave. in Berryville. The center is open from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Thursday and from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Friday. Lunch is served at noon each weekday. The suggested donation for ages 60 and up is $4. There is a $6 charge for those under 60. Menus are subject to change as needed.

Earth Day Celebration

UAMS representative Jennifer McCurry teaches Academy of Excellence students the signs of a stroke during the Earth Day Celebration on Friday, April 22, a partnership between Eureka Springs Hospital and Eureka Springs Community Center. More than 200 local students toured the Mega Brain at the event. Submitted photo
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