New Furniture...

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for our lodges.  The sofas even make into beds.

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Outstanding violinist, Oksana Pavilionis plays world famous classics on the White River at Newlands Lodge Conference Center (limited availability - she moved to Little Rock)...more.

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Minimum Water Flow Update...

Nov'05--Quote from Arkansas Congressman Marion Berry regarding minimum flow:  "Improving Trout Fishing Along the White River: After years of work to improve trout fishing opportunities along the White River in North Central Arkansas, Congressman John Boozman (AR-03) and I, were able to secure language in the Fiscal Year 2006 Energy and Water Appropriations bill that directs the Army Corps of Engineers to release minimum flows on the White River at Bull Shoals and Norfolk Lakes and construct a fish hatchery in the tailwaters at Beaver Dam. This victory puts an end to decades of debate over chronic low water levels that limit trout growth and survival below Bull Shoals and Norfork dams. The changes to the water flow will improve trout habitat without increasing rates for electric customers who rely on hydropower produced at the dams". 

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Canoes Available...

Along with our jon-boats, we now offer 17' aluminum canoes

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Adding "ceramic tile"...

to our lodges. 
Tile is "soooo nice".  We're replacing a lot of our used carpet with tile.  Allen Banks (and helper, Daniel) do a nice job with installation.

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50 YEARS OF FISHING!!!

1954-2004
Read the Rest of the Story

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Minimum Flow...

 ....what is minimum flow?

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Internet service is now...

available to our guests...via cable at speed of 1500 kbps (kilobytes per second) download, and 350 kbps upload.   For other features of our connectivity, check out our access to the world.  We also offer "wireless internet."

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New TV's...

for our Lodges!  With a 24" flat screen and built-in VCR and DVD, these are really nice updates for our modern lodges.

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"Fish Grabbers" to hold...

the fish for picture taking, and then releasing.  It's much easier to control the fish, keeping him from wriggling and possibly being dropped and injured.

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"Mr Rainbow Trout"...

now stands proudly on the stump of our huge (over 130 feet tall) sycamore tree (see below) that had to be taken out.   Mark Werner, a local artist, created the large trout from fiberglass and styrofoam.          Mar 03

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Saying "hello" to new "lodge #5"...

(a beautiful lodge at Newlands).  Lodge 5 is handicap accessible.   Mar03

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Nov 02: Saying "good-bye"...

to old "lodge #5" (a double wide mobile home), making room for another beautiful "A-Frame" lodge at Newlands.  Estimated completion: March 03.

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Alvin Ross, manager of Newlands...

is wearing another hat this spring as he is the main organizer for the "50th year Rededication of Bull Shoals Dam." on July 2, 2002.   Alvin holds his 52 pound Striper Bass he took from the lake.

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"Trees don't live forever...

I guess".  "This huge (over 130 feet tall) sycamore tree had to be taken out as old age (or maybe lightening or some disease) finally caught up with it.  We still left the trunk standing, but the rest had to be removed piece by piece as it stood proudly right next to our conference center building".

 

 

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