Eureka Springs

Jacqueline Froelich / Ozarks at Large

A half dozen captive bears rescued by Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge in Carroll County are finding out what it is like to be wild bears inside their new constructed forest habitat.

Courtesy / Daniel Campbell

The comedy Antiquities, which was filmed in Eureka Springs and Little Rock, will be screened at 7 p.m. May 15th at the Eureka Springs City Auditorium. The film stars Andrew J. West of Walking Dead fame, Ashley Greene from the Twilight series, and Arkansas native Mary Steenburgen.  

Z. Sitek / KUAF

Hundreds of glass bottles and jars were recently discovered at the Crescent Hotel in Eureka Springs. The artifacts are thought to have been used by Norman Baker, who claimed to have a cure for cancer. We learn more about the discovery.

Courtesy / Harrie Farrow

Since President Trump’s inauguration, Harrie Farrow of Eureka Springs has made several trips to Washington, D.C. to participate in acts of civil disobedience, many of which have gotten her arrested. This week, she went to Capitol Hill to protest the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing for Brett Kavanaugh, who the president nominated to the Supreme Court. Like dozens of other protesters, Farrow was escorted out and arrested for disrupting the hearing. Several photographers captured the moment Farrow was taken out of the chamber by two police officers.

courtesy: Chris Fischer

A section of hand-built aqueduct in downtown Eureka Springs has collapsed beneath a commercial parking lot, causing a cave-in. The tunnel is a conduit for the spring-fed headwaters for East Leatherwood Creek and a downtown stormwater drainage system. Repairs are underway, and comprehensive measures are being taken to prevent future cave-ins downstream.

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