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Eureka Springs

1 Putt Ln

Eureka, Missouri 63025

United States

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The collection of vintage rolling stock at ES&NA is one of the Ozarks' largest, and all the authentic railroad memorabilia is here to re-create the turn-of-the-century era and give modern visitors a taste of how it was when rail service brought the first ... more

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In addition to asking Eureka Springs Mayor Morris Pate to sign a proclamation, the chapter set up displays and information about the Constitution at the Eureka Springs Carnegie Library and the Cornerstone Bank in Berryville.

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Eureka Springs' own Mayor Morris R. Pate was featured in a full page article in the October, 2011 edition of Thunder Roads Magazine, Oklahoma and Arkansas. Pate, a Harley enthusiast, shared some of his personal stories about riding and recommended several local trails for bikers to try when they ride Arkansas.

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Eureka Springs Detective Morris Pate said two men made a phony front that looked, at first glance, like the genuine deposit slot and glued it to the front of the real slot at about 9 p.m. Saturday night.

Then, they waited nearby as at least five people from local businesses made their deposits between Saturday night and early Sunday morning.
Pate said the bank, on Highway 62, will not be identified until further investigation.He said the thieves have not yet been identified, but there is surveillance video to work from.
He said a similar bank heist took place recently in Branson, Mo.
Pate said the amount of money lost is not yet known, pending further investigation.
He refused to name the bank or the location of the night deposit box.
The thefts were discovered about 2 p.m. Sunday afternoon.
Pate said the two men covered their heads and faces most of the time.
Their vehicle was described as a 1993 teal green Ford Escort station wagon with no license plates, Pate said.
He said it is believed the thieves took down the false front, which may have been made of sheet metal, sometime around 11:30 a.m Sunday morning.
During the heist, as each depositor arrived and put their deposits into the fake slot, the thieves would soon come up to the site and take the deposit.
They took each deposit every time a customer would drop one off, Pate said.
He explained that the fake front didn't appear to be good in quality, but apparently the customers didn't take a very close look at the slot as they made their deposits.Pate said the box is used mostly by local businesses.
The fake piece was put in place by a strong glue or perhaps an industrial adhesive.
"They knew they were on video tape," Pate said, so they were careful to conceal their identity.
However, one frame of the surveillance video shows part of the face of the driver, who appeared to have red hair.
Pate said both suspects were white males.
Anyone who saw the vehicle or has any information on the theft is urged to call police at (479) 253-8666.
More information will be released as the investigation progresses, Pate said.

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 Nathan Rutledge of Crews & Associates recently presented the City of Eureka Springs with the Arkansas Business City of Distinction Award for ‘Green/Energy Conservation Initiatives’. The award was presented to Mayor Morris Pate.

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On Sept. 17, 1787, the Constitution of the United States was adopted by the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia, Penn. Last Friday, descendants of patriots who fought in the American Revolution visited Mayor Morris Pate's office, where they watched him sign a proclamation declaring Sept. 17 through Sept. 23 Constitution Week in Eureka Springs...

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