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Moyers Named 2018 Washington County Farm Family

Subscriber onlyLINCOLN -- Jerry and Dyanna Moyer expressed their appreciation at being named Farm Family of the Year but to them being farmers is all about giving back to kids -- their own daughters and many others they've helped over the years. Continue reading...

Lincoln Woman Faces Felony Animal Cruelty Charges

Subscriber onlyLINCOLN -- A Lincoln woman faces eight counts of felony animal cruelty charges and 62 counts of misdemeanor animal cruelty charges after the Washington County Sheriff's Office seized more than 65 dogs from her property last week. Continue reading...

PG Committee Suspends Campaign For Alcohol Question

Subscriber onlyPRAIRIE GROVE -- A campaign to place a local option question on the ballot to allow the sale of alcohol within all of Prairie Grove city limits has been suspended because of time constraints, according to Jerry Coyle, chairman of Historic Prairie Grove Revitalization Committee. Continue reading...

Washington County Farm Family

Subscriber onlyJerry and Dyanna Moyer have been married 25 years and started together on a farm in Springdale before moving to their new farm in the Rheas Mill community in 1999. Jerry Moyer has been farming for 39 years. Continue reading...

School Board Approves Employee Bonuses For '17-18 Year

MEMBERS SPEND THREE HOURS IN EXECUTIVE SESSION

Subscriber onlyPRAIRIE GROVE -- The Prairie Grove School Board spent more than three hours in an executive session Monday night but board members did not make any comments or take any action after reconvening in public session. Continue reading...

City Hires Firm To Get Easements To Widen Highway 170

Subscriber onlyFARMINGTON -- Farmington City Council hired a firm out of Oklahoma City to work on the next phase for widening Highway 170. Continue reading...

Council Approves Hunter Street Bridge Contract

Subscriber onlyFARMINGTON -- The city's plan to replace North Hunter Street bridge will cost almost $150,000 and money for the project will come from the city's street bond fund. Continue reading...

Crowd Celebrates Historic Dutch Mills Grocery Store

Subscriber onlyDUTCH MILLS -- More than 200 people attended festivities Saturday to celebrate the fact that R.L. Leach Store in Dutch Mills has been named to the National Register of Historic Places. Continue reading...

Farmington Citizens Offer Input For Community's Future

IDEAS INCLUDE SPLASH PARK, CLEAN UP CITY, TOWN CENTER

Subscriber onlyFARMINGTON -- About 35 people dropped by City Hall on a recent Saturday morning to give their ideas on the future of Farmington and many said they are glad city officials are asking for citizen input. Continue reading...

Planners Approve Another Farmington Subdivision

Subscriber onlyFARMINGTON -- The second phase of Farmington Heights subdivision will have 86 lots, a one-acre detention pond and a public park. Continue reading...

Local Church Meets Needs, Brings People Closer To God

PRAIRIE GROVE RESIDENT ACCEPTS CALL AS BISHOP

Subscriber onlyPRAIRIE GROVE -- The focus of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Prairie Grove is to meet people's needs. Continue reading...

Farmington High's Phase 3 Cost: $15.9 Million

SCHOOL BOARD OKS PACKAGE FOR ALL FACILITIES

Subscriber onlyFARMINGTON -- Voters in the May 22 school election supported Farmington School District's request to refinance five bond issues and extend debt and that means the district can now move ahead to complete all of Phase 3 for the high school campus. Continue reading...

Principal Closes Out 30-Year Farmington Career

‘STUMBLED’ ON JOB THROUGH A LATE PHONE CALL

Subscriber onlyFARMINGTON -- Bob Echols, principal of Farmington's Freshman Academy, will end a 30-year career with Farmington in June, a career he says he stumbled on with a follow-up phone call to the wrong school. Continue reading...

Lunch Buddies Bond Over Cafeteria Food

Subscriber onlyLINCOLN -- Dennis Miles Jr., with EMS Inc. in Dutch Mills, has spent his lunch hour every other week for the past four months eating with a young buddy at Lincoln Elementary School. Continue reading...

Kids & Opportunities

POLICE RESPOND TO TEENAGE INCIDENTS

Subscriber onlyPRAIRIE GROVE -- Prairie Grove police have arrested several juveniles in the past couple weeks for theft, breaking or entering a vehicle, criminal mischief or curfew violations, according to the last week's police report issued by Capt. Jeff O'Brien. Continue reading...

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