State auditors find issues with city’s finances

State auditors found a number of issues related to Eureka Springs city finances and record-keeping, according to a report presented to a legislative committee last week. The Arkansas Legislative Audit division presented reports to the Legislative Joint Auditing Committee Standing Committees on Counties and Municipalities, Educational Institutions and State Agencies on Thursday, May 12.
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Active cases continue upward tick

Active cases of COVID-19 in Carroll County rose slightly over the past week, with 19 cases reported Monday by the Arkansas Department of Health. Statewide, the active case total showed a more than 25 percent increase for the second consecutive week, rising to 2,581 — the fourth consecutive week of rising numbers.
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Interact Club presents checks

The Eureka Springs High School Interact club presented two checks on Monday, May 2. The first was a $2,000 check to Samaritan’s Feet. Cathy Handley from the Eureka Springs Rotary Club noted that before school starts in August there will be a shoe giveaway to students in need of a new pair of shoes. In addition, with the help of other donors, a Samaritan’s Locker will be established for students who may need new shoes anytime during the school year.
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