Florists in Bella Vista, AR
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Jan 25, 2019
Warm winter prompts flowers to bloom in Okanagan - Vernon Morning Star
Vernon resident Brian Sutch captured photos of two primroses struggling back to life on the south-facing side of his Bella Vista home Jan. 5.
He calls them the first spring flowers.
But Jan. 7 is unusually early for spring, which doesn't actually come into effect for nearly three months (March 20).
"It has been quite warm in the Okanagan this season," said Bobby Sekhon, meteorologist with Environment Canada.
Systems from the northwest have been bringing some warm air with them, yet no records have been broken in Vernon.
Sunday, Feb. 6 was close as the mercury rose to 6.9. But it wasn't enough to shatter the record of 7.2 from 1911.
Kelowna, Summerland and Penticton all broke records on Friday, Jan. 4.
See: A little bit of everything: B.C. cities break records for snow, rain and heat
"The average maximum daily temperature is supposed to be about -5 for January, but so far this year the average has been more like 2.5," said Sekhon. "It's been quite mild.
"December was the ninth warmest for Vernon and we have records going back to 1901."
And the trend is likely to continue for January, February and March. A weak el nino pattern means warmer temperatures for much of B.C., according t... Apr 1, 2016
Planting The Seed
There's a new kid in town, but the grand dame of Northwest Arkansas farmers markets is alive and well, too.
All the Markets
We Could Find
Bella Vista Farmers Market — 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Sundays starting April 17 at Mercy Medical. bellavistaar.gov/farmers-market or (479) 936-6314.
Downtown Bentonville Market — 7:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturdays starting April 23 on the square. downtownbentonville.org.
Berryville Farmers Market — 7:30 a.m.-noon Saturdays starting April 30 on the square. 870-654-5589.
Eureka Springs Farmers Market — 7 a.m.-noon Tuesdays and Thursdays starting April 19. www.facebook.com/ESFarmersMarket.
Fayetteville Farmers’ Market — 7 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturdays, 7 a.m.-1 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays starting April 2, on the square. fayettevillefarmersmarket.org or 236-2910.
Wren Thicket Market — 9 a.m.-noon Saturdays, year-round on School Avenue. wrenthicketmarket.com.
Gravette Farmers Market — 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturdays starting April 16 downtown. cityofgravette-ar.gov.
Green Forest Farmers Market — 7 a.m.-noon Wednesdays starting May 4 on the square. facebook.com/GreenForestFarmersMarket or 870-654-5589.
Holiday Island Farmers Market — 4 p.m.-dark Fridays beginning April 1 at Veterans Memorial Park. 417-846-3616.
Madison County Market — 7 a.m.-noon Tuesdays and Saturdays starting April 12 on the Huntsville square. 456-2314.
Newton County Farmers Market — 3-6 p.m. Fridays on the square and 9 a.m.-noon Wednesdays at the Extension Office starting April 15. 870-446-2240 or facebook.com/NewtonCountyFarmersMarket.
Paris Farmers Market — 8 a.m.-noon Saturdays starting in May in Eiffel Tower Park. parisarkansas.locallygrown.net or 847-5174.
Pea Ridge Farmers Market — 1-5 p.m. Sundays starting April 10 on Slack Street in front of the police department. 381-28... (NWAOnline)Jan 8, 2016
Prep scoreboard: Nov. 28 results
Great Oak) 17:09.4, 2. Starn (Danville Monte Vista) 17:22.6, 3. Moffet (Clovis North) 17:23.3.
Division II — Team: 1. Saugus 122, 2. Fair Oaks Bella Vista 134, 3. Phelan Serrano 143. Ind.—1. Meeks (San Jose Gunn) 17.16.0, 2. McCandless (Livermore Granada) 17:21.3, 3. Gehrich (Rancho Santa Margarita Tesoro) 17:30.2 (Others in top 30) 16. Akins (Rancho Bernardo) 18:14.6, 19. Clifford (Grossmont) 18:17.3, 26. Calegari (Poway) 18:21.8.
Division III — Team: 1. Aptos 101, 2. La Costa Canyon 107, 3. Palos Verdes 155. Ind.—1. Gaskell (Hesperia Sultana) 17:30.4, 2. Haskell (Bakersfield Mira Monte) 17:37.3, 3. Smith (Palos Verdes) 17:40.0, (Others in Top 30): 10. Brown (LCC) 17:56.1, 17. Boisvert (Uni. City) 18:17.0, 20. Fahy (LCC) 18:19.0, 29. Ereso (LCC) 18:39.6, 30. Prochaska (LCC) 18:41.2.
Division IV — Team: 1. La Puente Bishop Amat 98, 2. Santa Cruz 139, 3. Pasadena Mayfield 146. Ind.—1. Ratliff (Santa Cruz) 17:03.7, 2. Coonfield (McKinleyville) 17:07.2, 3. Satterlee (Visalia Central Valley Chr.) 17:44.0, (Others in top 30): 25. Rippey (Coronado) 18:39.7, 26. Phillips (Coronado) 18:39.7.
Division V — Team: 1. Flintridge Prep 67, 2. Alameda St. Joseph-Notre Dame 143, 3. Francis Parker 155. Ind.—1. Bowen (Sonoma Aca.) 18:12.3, 2. Marshall (St. Joeseph-ND) 18:18.3, 3. Stashyn (Vacaville Chr.) 18:19.5 (Others in top 30) 9. Trossen (Parker) 19:02.9, 10. Watkins (LJCD) 19:12.4, 21. Gamboa (Parker) 19:31.2, 29. Miralles (LJCD) 19:41.9.
(The San Diego Union-Tribune)Jan 8, 2016
Hot Property: A fond farewell
Among readers’ most viewed Homes of the Week from 2015 were a Midcentury Modern manse in Bel-Air, an ocean-view perch in San Pedro and Bella Vista, a Beverly Hills home built for early filmmaker King Vidor. No, we’re not revealing the 2015 favorite here. You’ll have to click in to the story.This house (not the 2015 favorite) at 1514 San Remo Drive, Pacific Palisades, is listed at $11.95 million. (Everett Fenton Gidley)A year’s worth of real estateThe high-water sales of 2015 brought forth plenty of mystery with many of L.A.’s most expensive transactions playing out behind blind trusts and outside the Multiple Listing Service.Topping the charts was Interscope Geffen A&M Chairman Jimmy Iovine’s $60-million purchase of a Malibu compound once owned by actor Richard Gere.The Singleton House, Liongate and Georgia Frontiere’s onetime home in Bel-Air were among the trophy estates to change hands.The Singleton House, built for Teledyne co-founder Henry Singleton, sold this year in Holmby Hills for just under $60 million. (Nick Springett)Time capsuleAmong early Hot Property columns under the Lauren Beale byline was one in 2009 featuring comedian and talk-show host Byron Allen. He had just sold a house in Hollywood Hills for $6.25 million that had sat vacant for three years.Allen had bought the place as a gift for his mother, but she opted for a gated community instead. Timed right before Mother’s Day, the story began: “Perhaps Sunday he'll stick to flowers and chocolate.”What we’re reading— Always one to keep... (Los Angeles Times)