Harrison Police Animal Control Officer Matthew Case said this black and white male Husky with a purple rope around its neck was located in the 300 block Highway 62-65 South.. If this is your dog, call Harrison Police at 741-5463. Read more

Nelson Ragland was the barber of four generations beginning with Perry Eugene Wheeler, 91, Western Grove, his son Larry Eugene Wheeler, 65, and grandson Jamie Eugene Wheeler, 33, and great-grandson William-Henry Eugene Wheeler, 4. The older men have been going to Nelson’s barber shop for 30 … Read more

John Fuller Cross joined Cornerstone Bank in 1956. He places his hand on the smaller safe which was set up originally in the lobby at 75 Spring Street. The other safe was acquired because it belonged to the First National Bank which failed in 1931. As the grandson of Claude A. Fuller, stock … Read more

The Ozarka Water Company began in Eureka Springs and the city became famous for their water. It was labeled “from the tap of the Ozarks.” The name was purchased by Perrier Corporation and is now bottled in Texas. The original Ozarka Water Company building is located at 75 Hillside Avenue in … Read more

The Downtown Victorian Branch of Cornerstone Bank is the site of the Historic Bank of Eureka Springs Museum. Lots of interesting artifacts are on display including a working candlestick telephone, pot-bellied stove, 100 year-old furniture and fixtures and many other items from the turn of th… Read more

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