News

Sign Reminders Drivers Of Speed Limits

Subscriber onlyFARMINGTON -- The city of Farmington has purchased a new digita, speed trailer that will be used to monitor traffic, remind drivers of the speed limit on city streets and provide other information to drivers in town, said police Chief Brian Hubbard. Continue reading...

FBI Arrests Oklahoma Couple With Guns, Drugs

EARLIER ARREST STEMMED FROM PRAIRIE GROVE DINER

Subscriber onlyFayetteville police assisted the FBI in arresting two Oklahoma residents after officers found a cache of high-powered weapons and drugs inside their hotel room. Continue reading...

Street Overlays, New Sidewalks On Tap

Subscriber onlyFARMINGTON -- Farmington City Council accepted bids for two public works projects at its June 13 meeting, a street overlay and sidewalks. Continue reading...

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Religion

God Shows Love To Us In All Ways, Even Through Little Angels

Subscriber onlyGod loves each one of us as if each one of us were the only one. Continue reading...

He Who Angers You Controls You

Subscriber only"A fool gives full vent to his anger, but a wise man keeps himself under control." Proverbs 29:11 Continue reading...

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Opinion

Lincoln Car Show Brings Back Senior Center Memories

Subscriber onlyThis Saturday, June 25, is the annual Chicken Rod Nationals Car show, and just as important is the traditional breakfast served in the Senior Center. When these events happen, it takes me back in time, some 20 years ago, when the Center was in the old building across the street, back of the bank. Then, it was operated solely by volunteers except for the director and bus driver. Of course, we served breakfast for the Apple Festival crowd, everything "cooked from scratch," as much as possible. I especially remember the biscuits made by Doris Colburn, so light and fluffy, one man paid full meal price for a sandwich of biscuit and sausage. Continue reading...

UA Vote Puts Stadium Over Students, 8-2

PRYOR SOUNDED ALARM OF ‘BAD BUSINESS’ MOVE IN AN ACADEMICLY POOR STATE

Subscriber onlyMore than a fortnight ago, UA Board member David Pryor tried to send a signal to the rest of the University of Arkansas Board members, the UA Administration and certainly its athletic staff. Continue reading...

Shock, Anger -- Tell Me Why, Orlando?

Subscriber onlyShock. Anger. Sadness. Outrage. All of these emotions rolled through me. A talented young singer shot down in cold blood. A bloody massacre by a killer who knew what he was doing. An alligator dragged away a child at Disney World. All within four days in Orlando. What is going on there? I'm praying for your city! Continue reading...

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Sports

FayRo Photos

Scenes from the 16th Annual FayRo Charity Classic Photos by Mike Capshaw

Subscriber onlyMIKE CAPSHAW ENTERPRISE-LEADER Lincoln's Jada Corbit grimaces while being nailed with a pitch during the NWA Hot Shots 11-3 win against the NWA Legends 99 at the 16th Annual FayRo Charity Classic at Lady Dawg Yard in Fayetteville on Saturday, June 20. Continue reading...

Lincoln's Rothrock Signs With Ecclesia College

Pitcher Hopes To Improve Velocity At College in Springdale

Subscriber onlyLincoln right-handed pitcher Ashtyn Rothrock's dream of playing college softball became a reality early last week when she signed a financial aid agreement to continue her career at Ecclesia College. Continue reading...

NWA Hot Shots Heat Up, Play Up

Team Comprised Mostly of Local Talent

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- The NWA Hot Shots are a 16-under team that's whipping up on a bunch of 18-under softball squads this summer. Continue reading...

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Living

God Shows Love To Us In All Ways, Even Through Little Angels

Subscriber onlyGod loves each one of us as if each one of us were the only one. Continue reading...

He Who Angers You Controls You

Subscriber only"A fool gives full vent to his anger, but a wise man keeps himself under control." Proverbs 29:11 Continue reading...

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