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FINDS WILL GIVE DETAILS ABOUT LIFE IN CANEHILL

Subscriber onlyEditor's Note: The community Canehill is written as one word, but the nonprofit organization calls itself Historic Cane Hill. Continue reading...

Columnist Writes With Humor About Family, Friends

THE DEPRESSION AFFECTED VIEW OF LIFE

Subscriber onlyLINCOLN -- Marie Roy has been writing a weekly column for the Enterprise-Leader for more than 30 years, possibly closer to 40 years, but got her first start as a community columnist with the Fayetteville newspaper. Continue reading...

Owner Specializes In One-Of-A-Kind Designs

BIRDHOUSES TO RUSTIC FURNITURE CAN BE FOUND AT FLACKā€™S WOOD CREATIONS

Subscriber onlyFrom complex decorative waterwheels to rustic dining tables, Gary Flack crafts anything his customers can imagine out of wood. Continue reading...

Factors To Consider Before Applying For Home Loan

Subscriber onlyMore prospective homebuyers are eager to enter the market as the economy improves. Yet in this post-recession world, many borrowers are finding it difficult to navigate stricter lending requirements and successfully reapply for a loan after being turned down. Continue reading...

Mayors Show Support During March For Meals

Subscriber onlyLINCOLN -- The month of March is used each year to emphasize the importance of Meals on Wheels and area senior centers did their part to bring attention to the hot meal program provided to homebound senior adults. Continue reading...

Lincoln Fields Special Olympics Team

Subscriber onlyLINCOLN -- For the first time probably since the 1980s, Lincoln Middle School is fielding a Special Olympics team and its seven members are diligently training for the Area 3 Games that will be held April 25 in Fayetteville. Continue reading...

Living On In His Legacy

Coach Green Remembered By Players Turned Coaches

Subscriber onlyPRAIRIE GROVE -- Steve Edmiston and Jay Harper were Prairie Grove seniors when the late Mike Green became boys head basketball coach and the impact was immediate. Continue reading...

Prairie Grove Sales Tax Figures Up

Subscriber onlyPRAIRIE GROVE -- Though no one is jumping for joy yet, Prairie Grove city officials are upbeat about sales tax revenues generated since the new bypass opened in September. Continue reading...

Thank You Card

Subscriber onlyThe family of Earl Crudup would like to express our sincere thanks and appreciation to all of our relatives, friends, and well-wishers who surrounded us with their love and care during our time of sorrow. We were deeply touched by numerous calls, visits, prayers and words of encouragement. Your acts of kindness and generosity made our burden more bearable. We thank you from the depth of our hearts. Continue reading...

Obituaries

Subscriber onlyRay Cecil Hale Continue reading...

Creekside Park Improvements Priority For Economic Committee

Subscriber onlyFARMINGTON -- Making improvements to Creekside Park in Farmington, such as additional parking, is considered a priority by the city's Economic Development Committee, meeting last week with new chairwoman Diane Bryant, also a new member of Farmington City Council. Continue reading...

Spring Activities Are Here

Subscriber onlyWe have books that can help you with all your garden and flower needs. Cook books too! Stop by and see what we have for you. Or use your library card to look online for the information you need. If you need to copy something, its just 10 cents a page. Continue reading...

Local Van Horn Brothers Exhibit Artwork

Subscriber onlyLocal artists, William Van Horn of Lincoln and his brother Tom of Prairie Grove, will be showing their artwork, along with a third brother, Jim, at the Community Creative Center in Fayetteville. The art exhibition is called "Three Brothers' Expressions" and can be seen April 2-30 at Community Creative Center in the Nadine Baum Studios in Fayetteville. Continue reading...

Meals On Wheels March Held March 20

Subscriber onlyFriday, March 20 was a balmy Spring day as Punxsutawney Phil evidently had awakened from his self-imposed 6-week nap, so there were plenty of activities in the Lincoln Senior Center. Continue reading...

Church Briefs

Subscriber onlyFirst Baptist Church, Farmington Continue reading...

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