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Farmington Chamber Hands Out 2018 Honors

ANNUAL BANQUET HAS RECORD ATTENDANCE

Subscriber onlyFARMINGTON -- Farmington Area Chamber of Commerce took the opportunity last week to recognize the 2018 Business of the Year, to honor a person who has made an impact on the community and to show its appreciation to a long-time Chamber board member. Continue reading...

Angel Lifeline Shares Need To Feed Lincoln Students

Subscriber onlyLINCOLN -- A non-profit organization that helps feeds children who have delinquent lunchroom accounts in area schools is hoping the Lincoln community will lend support to the program. Ken and Denise Gheen of Prairie Grove started Angel Lifeline in 2012. All donations made to the 501(c)3 organization are used for school lunches. The Gheens work out of a home office and absorb administrative expenses for the program. Continue reading...

Gospel Singing Benefits Young & Old

Subscriber onlyMany years ago we enjoyed Gospel singing concerts, fundraisers which helped so much on the Meals on Wheels program. They were very successful as they were indeed so enjoyed. Now, again we have that opportunity, as another such occasion is planned for this Saturday, April 21, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., in the Frank Holman building in Lincoln Middle School north of town. Continue reading...

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Religion

Adopted As An Abused Adult Dog, Gracie Finds Her Voice.

Subscriber onlyIt's a terrible thing when fear makes you lose your voice. But it happened to Gracie. Continue reading...

Angela Escapes Death, No Concidences In Prayers & God's Healing

Subscriber only(Part two of two-part story) I kept meeting with Angela's mom and dad to pray together. In the intensive care unit, her days had become weeks, then months. I admired her parents' love for their daughter. Being Roman Catholic, they welcomed everyone's prayers. They knew their girl needed more than what medical skill could do. Angela's college friends kept praying. Continue reading...

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Opinion

The Cat And The Glue-Trap

Subscriber onlyI've recently been asked to reprint a funny Reflection about a cat that got stuck in some adhesive. Originally published on July 11, 2012, by special request here it is again. Continue reading...

Tax Exemptions: Tricky To Deny, Hard On Poor Folk

LIKE IT OR NOT, THE WORK OF LEGISLATIVE PANEL MIRED IN POLITICS IN 2018

Subscriber onlyNo one publicly thought revising the state's tax code or at least trying to do so on an interim basis would become such vitriolic campaign fodder -- at least in the GOP primary. Continue reading...

The Moral Obligation Of Educators

Subscriber onlyYou will rarely see me criticize teachers. Continue reading...

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Sports

Maxwell Siblings Succeed

Subscriber onlyMARK HUMPHREY ENTERPRISE-LEADER Continue reading...

Grand Slam Airlifts Lincoln

Subscriber onlyLINCOLN -- Senior Tristan Cunningham made the most of a crucial at-bat parking a two-out grand-slam homer in the bottom of the sixth inning. Continue reading...

Tournament Of Two Towns

GREENLAND HOSTS JARREN SORTERS TOURNEY

Subscriber onlyFARMINGTON -- When Greenland hosted the second Jarren Sorters Memorial Baseball Tournament in March, it wasn't the first time the communities of Prairie Grove and Greenland connected over a sporting endeavor. Continue reading...

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