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  • ARKANSAS GOVERNOR PROCLAIMS SAFE BOATING WEEK

    LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – At a proclamation ceremony today Arkansas Governor Mike Beebe declared May 18
  • CORPS REMINDS VISITORS OF VINEY CREEK PARK CLOSURE

    LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – The Army Corps of Engineers Table Rock Project Office wants visitors to know that because of budget constraints Viney Creek Park will not open for camping this year.
  • ONE LANE OF HIGHWAY 60 ACROSS TOAD SUCK LOCK AND DAM TO TEMPORARILY CLOSE APRIL 21

    CONWAY, Ark. – The Army Corps of Engineers Little Rock District is closing one lane of Highway 60 across Toad Suck Lock and Dam from 7 a.m. till 5 p.m. April 21 to allow personnel to inspect the bridge.
  • CORPS URGES CAUTION WHEN SPRING CLEANING

    ROGERS, Ark. -- The Army Corps of Engineers is reminding all persons with property bordering public land around Beaver Lake to know where the property line is and avoid “spring cleaning” on government land.
  • CORPS CHANGES HOURS OF OPERATION AT VISITOR CENTER

    BRANSON, Mo. - The Army Corps of Engineers Table Rock Project Office is adjusting the hours of operation for the Dewey Short Visitor Center.
  • BOY SCOUT PROJECT IMPROVES CORPS’ MOSSY BLUFF HIKING TRAIL

    HEBER SPRINGS, Ark. – Heber Springs Boy Scout Troop 754 improved the Army Corps of Engineers Mossy Bluff Trail on Greers Ferry Lake as part of an Eagle Scout project. The scouts constructed a drainage system, and retaining walls to reduce erosion on the trail. They also resurfaced a portion of the trail making it easier for hikers to traverse.
  • CORPS DEFERS SHORELINE ACTIVITY REQUESTS AT BEAVER LAKE

    ROGERS, Ark. – The Army Corps of Engineers Beaver Lake Project Office will defer requests for shoreline use permits beginning May 1 through Oct. 14. The duty ranger availability will also be reduced to Mondays only beginning May 1.
  • CORPS CAUTIONS LAKESIDE RESIDENTS ABOUT SPRING CLEANING

    HEBER SPRINGS, Ark. -- The Army Corps of Engineers is reminding all persons with property bordering public land around Greers Ferry Lake to know where the property line is and avoid “spring cleaning” on government land.
  • CORPS DEFERS SHORELINE ACTIVITY REQUESTS AT GREERS FERRY LAKE

    HEBER SPRINGS, Ark. – To provide the best value to the largest number of people possible during these austere economic times, the Army Corps of Engineers’ Greers Ferry Project Office will stop accepting requests for shoreline use permits beginning May 15 through Oct. 1.
  • CORPS REMINDS VISITORS OF LICK CREEK PARK PARTIAL CLOSURE

    LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – The Army Corps of Engineers, Little Rock District reminds visitors that because of budget constraints only the boat launch ramp and parking lot at Lick Creek Park, on Blue Mountain Lake, will remain open this year. The campgrounds, bathrooms and group shelter will no longer be available for use.