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Lincoln 2017 Highlights: New Harps, Bell Pharmacy Closes, Poultry Champions

Subscriber onlyEDITOR'S NOTE: Lots of news happened in Farmington, Prairie Grove and Lincoln in 2017. While all three have many top stories, The Enterprise-Leader is highlighting some from each community. Continue reading...

Arvest Breaks Ground For New Prairie Grove Bank

Subscriber onlyPRAIRIE GROVE -- The rain and cold weather held off Thursday morning as Arvest Bank held a groundbreaking ceremony to celebrate the beginning of what will be a new branch in Prairie Grove on Heritage Parkway. Continue reading...

Council Rezones 126 Acres For New Subdivision

DEVELOPER WANTS CITY’S HELP TO EXTEND SEWER LINE

Subscriber onlyFARMINGTON -- City Council last week rezoned 126 acres west of Double Springs Road from agricultural to residential but tabled a request from the owner to help pay some of the costs to extend a sewer line to the property. Continue reading...

Prairie Grove Stylist Tends To Hair For 60-Plus Years

Subscriber onlyPRAIRIE GROVE -- Ruth Dial of Prairie Grove turned 90 years old last week and she still works as a hairstylist five days a week. Continue reading...

Internal Investigation Goes To State Police

Subscriber onlyFARMINGTON -- Farmington police have turned over an internal investigation on a claim of excessive force to the Arkansas State Police, according to Lt. Chad Parrish. Continue reading...

Mother Claims Excessive Force Used On Son

FARMINGTON POLICE CONDUCT INTERNAL REVIEW

Subscriber onlyFARMINGTON -- Police are doing an internal investigation after a woman filed a complaint two officers used excessive force while arresting her 15-year-old son on New Year's Eve at the Kum & Go store on Main Street, according to Lt. Chad Parrish. Continue reading...

Lincoln Council Approves Pay Raise

Subscriber onlyLINCOLN -- For the first time in three years, Lincoln city employees will receive a pay raise. Continue reading...

Prairie Grove Council Approves 2018 Budget

Subscriber onlyPRAIRIE GROVE -- The city's 2018 budget for the general fund projects about $2.3 million in expenses for administration, police, fire, district court and parks and recreation. Continue reading...

Farmington Top Stories: Embezzlement, New High School, New Businesses

Subscriber onlyEDITOR'S NOTE: Lots of news happened in Farmington, Prairie Grove and Lincoln in 2017. While all three communities have many top stories, The Enterprise-Leader will highlight some of them from each community over the next three weeks. Continue reading...

Campers Experience Battlefield At Night

Subscriber onlyPRAIRIE GROVE -- Six tents recently dotted the grounds of Prairie Grove Battlefield State Park with the goal to give campers a glimpse into the life of a soldier fighting in the Civil War battle. Continue reading...

Daisies & Olives Celebrates 20 Years

Subscriber onlyPRAIRIE GROVE -- When Martha Ritchie started Daisies and Olives in downtown Prairie Grove 20 years ago, she didn't have a vision. She just was looking for something to do. Continue reading...

Prairie Grove Purchases Former Walmart Building

Subscriber onlyPRAIRIE GROVE -- Prairie Grove Library and its separate Children's Library will have a new home in 2018 and all will be under the same roof. Continue reading...

Prairie Grove Police Work To Curtail Construction Thefts

Subscriber onlyPRAIRIE GROVE -- Prairie Grove police are hoping that two arrests made in November for theft from a construction site will help with future problems. Continue reading...

Lincoln Council Hires New City Attorney

STEVEN PARKER RESIGNS POSITION

Subscriber onlyLINCOLN -- With two members absent, Lincoln City Council had to vote two times to get a majority to hire a new city attorney last week. Continue reading...

Prairie Grove To Pursue Main Street Arkansas Status

Subscriber only PRAIRIE GROVE -- With 25-30 people attending a meeting about the Main Street Arkansas program and more than nine raising their hands volunteering to serve on a steering committee, the city of Prairie Grove will move forward in applying to be a part of the program. Continue reading...

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