Council candidates share views Two men are on the ballot for the Ward 1, Position 1 seat being vacated by Ray Easley who did not seek re-election. Both express a desire to serve the city and its residents. For the next three weeks, The TIMES will publish questions and the candidates' answers to help voters get to know both men. by Annette Beard
Corn maze offers attractions EXETER, Mo. -- Seeking family fun on an autumn weekend, the Daniel and Mindy Bowlin family of Pea Ridge was just one of many Pea Ridge families to visit the Exeter Corn Maze Saturday, Oct. 17, 2020. by Annette Beard
Trees offered To continue to enhance and beautiful the city, city officials are giving away trees thanks to a grant from the Walto Family Foundation. by Annette Beard
Artist, teacher, volunteer and inveterate learner Learn one new thing each year! That's the secret to a fulfilling, long life says Wanda Roe as she approaches her 100th birthday. by Annette Beard
McGarrah's pumpkins patch is open Just minutes from downtown Pea Ridge, McGarrah's Pumpkin Patch offers a wide variety of pumpkins. by Annette Beard
Cooling waters spark fall fishing The cooling temperatures of autumn can start fish on a feeding frenzy that can lead to some of the best angling days of the year. by Flip Putthoff
Plan ahead to process deer Hunters planning to hit the woods for archery, muzzle-loader and modern-gun deer seasons may want to check with the deer processor they normally use to make the most of their deer harvest. by Flip Putthoff
Razorbacks win first home SEC game in four years, 2-2 in league Sam Pitman's Razorbacks are for real, winning their first home SEC game since 2016, thumping Mississippi 33-21.
Petite artist shares century of learning, influence The year was 1920. Women gained the right to vote in the United States of America as the 19th Amendment was ratified in 1920. In November 1920, the president of the United States of America was Woodrow Wilson. by Annette Beard
State legislators begin work on budget LITTLE ROCK -- The legislature has begun budget hearings, in preparation for the regular session that begins in January. by Annette Beard
On not quite being right I've always wanted people to see me as reliable in what I say. I've found, however, that even when I think I am right I can be wrong, or if not wrong then not quite right.
'Fall into Reading' challenge begins "Aprils have never meant much to me, autumns seem that season of beginning, spring."
Ozark jumping mules tradition on hiatus Early autumn mornings in the Ozarks include falling leaves, acorns, walnuts and hickory nuts, crisp temperatures, by Annette Beard
RELIGION: God's direction for husbands and wives "Wives, submit yourselves unto your own husbands, as it is fit in the Lord. Husbands, love your wives, and be not bitter against them." Colossians 3:18-19 by Randy Moll