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Square Dance Photos

Subscriber onlyThe deadline for photos of 2017 square dance groups for the Enterprise-Leader is Friday, Aug. 18. Photos should be sent by email to wcel@nwadg.com and should include name of group and names of square dancers in order, left to right. Questions, call Lynn Kutter 479-856-2111 or email lkutter@nwadg.com. Continue reading...

Seniors Celebrate 100th Birthday

Subscriber onlyHow about this Arkansas weather? 70 degrees at noon and a cool breeze, after a good shower. I'll take it! The shower also took care of one watering of the hydrangeas. Continue reading...

Ice Cream Social Going 'Green'

Subscriber onlyAfter suggestions by local citizens, the Washington County Historical Society will be going "greener" this year -- eliminating the use of Styrofoam-type or non-recyclable products at the annual ice cream social. Continue reading...

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Religion

Music Reflects Culture Of Times, Inner Voice Of Your Heart

Subscriber only"I'm a rhinestone cowboy..." so goes the lyrics to a famous tune by the late Glen Campbell, an American folk singer and music icon. Continue reading...

Hearing The Master -- His Words Are Given For Our Instruction

Subscriber onlyMy wife and I went on our first missionary trip before we were married. It was to the Virgin Islands in the Caribbean. Lana led scores of children from the streets in daily Kid's Crusade meetings like a Pied Piper. I preached each night. There, we met a special couple, John and Sylvia. We appreciated being invited into their home and observing their wonderful marriage. He worked in St. Thomas for the U.S. immigration service. They had a lovely daughter, about 10 years old, named Karen. Continue reading...

Lessons From The Flock: An Eye-Opener

Subscriber only"You're a bird-brain!" Did you ever hear that? It is a derogatory statement and meant to degrade someone. But I identify with it because I am learning a lot from my fowl friends -- my five chickens. Continue reading...

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Opinion

Insights For A Healthy Outlook At Work

Subscriber onlyIt is the time of year in which many families have completed a vacation (or they are about to embark on one more quick trip) and summer's days are limited. Continue reading...

Can Colleges Be Run As A Business? State To Test New Plan

FUNDING NO LONGER DEPENDENT ON ENROLLMENT ON CAMPUS, BUT OVERALL ACHIEVEMENT

Subscriber onlyThere is a new plan for the state's public colleges and universities -- from the top to the bottom -- and not everyone is so sure the plan is going to work. Continue reading...

Why Is It? A Lie Has Been Told

Subscriber onlyWhy is it that Muslims are allowed to spread out their mat then kneel and pray in public, while Christians are told to keep their faith to themselves? Continue reading...

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Sports

Sports Brief

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Tiger Baseball Coach

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Baseball Major

BEEKS KEPT COLLEGE FOCUS ON THE DIAMOND

Subscriber onlySPORTS EDITOR'S NOTE: To sum up the baseball career of former Prairie Grove and Razorback pitcher Jalen Beeks, who is now playing Triple A baseball in the Boston Red Sox organization, requires examining all three levels. In this article, the ENTERPRISE-LEADER looks at Beeks' collegiate experience based on his public Twitter account. Continue reading...

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Living

Music Reflects Culture Of Times, Inner Voice Of Your Heart

Subscriber only"I'm a rhinestone cowboy..." so goes the lyrics to a famous tune by the late Glen Campbell, an American folk singer and music icon. Continue reading...

Hearing The Master -- His Words Are Given For Our Instruction

Subscriber onlyMy wife and I went on our first missionary trip before we were married. It was to the Virgin Islands in the Caribbean. Lana led scores of children from the streets in daily Kid's Crusade meetings like a Pied Piper. I preached each night. There, we met a special couple, John and Sylvia. We appreciated being invited into their home and observing their wonderful marriage. He worked in St. Thomas for the U.S. immigration service. They had a lovely daughter, about 10 years old, named Karen. Continue reading...

Lessons From The Flock: An Eye-Opener

Subscriber only"You're a bird-brain!" Did you ever hear that? It is a derogatory statement and meant to degrade someone. But I identify with it because I am learning a lot from my fowl friends -- my five chickens. Continue reading...

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