Exciting Announcement! Clinton’s “T’was the Light’s Before Christmas” program will be launched on November 30, 2013 – lighting of the 40 foot Christmas Tree, the whole park, and under the bridge and Kiddy Park. There will be live music, caroling, horse & carriage rides, activitiesContinue reading
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November 16, 2013: Despite the rain, there was a great turnout on Saturday for Clinton’s 1st Annual “Turkey Run” in support of the Van Buren County Angel Tree Program. The downtown race was organized by Jonathan Hunter & Caden Hickman of Clinton High School’s EASTContinue reading
Thursday, November 7, 2013 Members of the Chamber were on hand to help celebrate the grand opening of its newest member. Clinton’s new Auto Zone branch is located on highway 65 South in front of Walmart. Store hours are 7:30am-8pm Monday – Saturday, 9am-7pm Sundays.Continue reading
Clinton’s first “Scare on the Square” was a huge success! The fire department estimated that about 1,600 people went through the haunted house on the 31st! Sid King provided excellent music all evening long; businesses opened their doors & many other businesses came to theContinue reading
Dr. Donald Warren, DDS has practiced dentistry in Clinton since 1975. He graduated from Hendrix University and the Tennessee College of Dentistry. For two years, was appointed by President Clinton to serve as a commissioner on the Complimentary and Alternative Dentistry Policy. He specializes inContinue reading
At the Chamber meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 22, the Nature Conservancy team gave a tour of the restoration project which has now passed the halfway mark. The Nature Conservancy of Arkansas has undertaken a multi-stage stream restoration project of the Upper Little Red River area,Continue reading
Clinton is the southern gateway to the Ozarks and the western gateway to Greers Ferry Lake. This lake contains 40,000 acres of fishing, swimming, skiing and fun for the whole family. Greers Ferry Lake is the home of world-record walleye and hybrid striper bass. Plus,Continue reading