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Ranking Solons Always Causes Trouble, Heartache

Subscriber onlyThis is part 1 of the Best and Worst in our state Legislature. Continue reading...

Miasma -- God's Grace Cleans 'Bad Air,' Gives Clean Hearts

Subscriber onlyIn 1854, doctors in London thought that the cholera epidemic was caused by miasma. Continue reading...

A Gala Affair To Bless A True Friend

Subscriber onlySunday afternoon there was a gala affair in the Legion Hall, as Dorothy Straub and Shirley Metzger hosted a party for Cathy Wiseman. I can't say it was a retirement party, for Cathy is not one to really retire, but when she gets to feeling better, as we all are praying for, I'm sure she will only "re--tire to keep going." Continue reading...

Turnout Successful On Highway 170 Design Plans

Subscriber onlyFARMINGTON -- Most property owners attending a public meeting last week on a project to improve Highway 170 were mainly interested in how much of their land would be needed to widen two miles of the highway, from Main Street to Clyde Carnes Road. Continue reading...

Process Continues To Clean Up Unsightly Yard

Subscriber onlyFARMINGTON -- Neighbors concerned about the condition of property at 97 N. Double Springs Road continue to show up at monthly City Council meetings to get updates on what the city is doing to clean up the property. Continue reading...

Police Report

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Candidates File For School Boards

Subscriber onlySix candidates have filed to run for the Farmington, Prairie Grove and Lincoln school boards in the Sept. 19 election. Petitions to run for school board were due to the Washington County Clerk's office by noon, July 11. Continue reading...

Battlefield State Park Schedule

Subscriber onlyThe following is a schedule of upcoming activities at Prairie Grove Battlefield State Park. For more information on each or to register, call 479-846-2990. Continue reading...

What's Happening

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No Millage Increase For Now

PROJECT BUDGET DOESN’T AFFECT TAXPAYERS

Subscriber onlyFARMINGTON -- Voters won't be asked to approve a 1.25-mill property tax increase in Farmington for now. Continue reading...

Arkansas History Comes Alive For Farmington Teacher

SUMMER PROJECT WILL RESULT IN NEW LESSON PLANS

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- There's something to be said for developing Arkansas history lesson plans in a house where history was made. Continue reading...

Bank looks to foreclose on Valley View Golf Course

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- A bank has asked a judge to foreclose on the multimillion-dollar Valley View golf course that has been embroiled in lawsuits and environmental complaints for years. Continue reading...

Swain Leaving To Pursue Master's Degree

WILSON REPLACES SWAIN AS PARKS DIRECTOR

Subscriber onlyFARMINGTON -- Farmington's first director for its sports complex and summer ball program will leave at the end of the month to further her education at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa. Continue reading...

Homes Are Important For People & Birds

Subscriber onlyLINCOLN -- The summer reading program continues and recently, children in Lincoln and Prairie Grove learned about Habitat for Humanity and how to make birdhouses to take care of our feathered friends. Continue reading...

Obits

Peggy Parks: Educator, Community Leader

Subscriber onlyPeggy Sue Murphy Parks, 89, of Prairie Grove, Arkansas, went to be with her Lord on July 17, 2017, at her home. She was born in Fayetteville, Arkansas, on November 12, 1927, the fifth of six children of Eugene Gilmore and Amelia Remes Murphy. Continue reading...

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