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  • CORPS TO DEFER PERMIT REQUESTS FOR SUMMER AT BEAVER LAKE

    ROGERS, Ark. - As a result of budget constraints the Army Corps of Engineers Beaver Lake Project Office will defer all new requests for shoreline use permits until Oct. 1 allowing the Corps to shift its resources to support park operation and maintenance during the summer recreation season.
  • JONES NAMED 2013 ENGINEER OF THE YEAR

    LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – North Little Rock native Jan Jones has been named the Army Corps of Engineers,
  • PARK OPENINGS AND DAY USE FEE INFORMATION

    PLAINVIEW, Ark. – The Army Corps of Engineers announces the 2013 Camping Fee Schedule for the Nimrod Project Office. This fee schedule was effective beginning March 1.
  • Hypothermia Clearwater Lake Update

    PIEDMONT, Mo. — The start of a new year is a great time for friends and family to enjoy the outdoors together. However, it is also the time of year when hypothermia can change a carefree fishing, camping or hunting trip into a life threatening situation.
  • CORPS TO RECYCLE CHRISTMAS TREES FOR FISH COVER

    Heber Springs, Ark. -- Christmas trees don’t have to go to the trash after Christmas. In fact, all those trees on display in homes and businesses across the area can be put to good use. After the holidays, complete your gift giving by donating your tree to the fish in Greers Ferry Lake.
  • NON-TOXIC ALGAE APPEARING ON BEAVER LAKE

    ROGERS, Ark. -- With air temperatures changing and the fall season upon us, many folks are still enjoying all that Beaver Lake has to offer. Some visitors have noticed algal blooms floating on the surface of various areas of Beaver Lake.
  • OCTOBER 31 MARKS WINTER CAMPING SEASON AT RUSSELLVILLE PROJECT PARKS

    RUSSELLVILLE, Ark. – Fall is quickly approaching and with it the end of the summer recreation season at Russellville Project Office parks. There are still several days to enjoy all that the river has to offer. Cooler temperatures allow visitors to take advantage of many recreational opportunities with a more relaxing approach.
  • HIGHWAY ACROSS TABLE ROCK DAM REDUCED TO ONE LANE WEEKDAYS

    BRANSON, Mo. – Highway 165/265 between Table Rock Lake’s dam and spillway will be reduced to one lane weekdays beginning Wednesday, Sept. 26 and ending on Monday, Nov. 5 to repair and seal the road surface across the dam. The lane will be reopened at 4:30 p.m. each Friday and will close each Monday at 7 a.m. until the repairs are completed.