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Prairie Grove ACE Team Sets High Score

FARMINGTON IMPROVES SCORE

FAYETTEVILLE -- Prairie Grove High School's Academic Competition in Education team set a record at its match Jan. 15 against Bentonville and West Fork. Continue reading...

USDA Beginning Farmer Loans

The U.S. Department of Agriculture recently announced several changes to Farm Service Agency loan programs, changes designed to help more beginning farmers and ranchers. Continue reading...

Notice To WCEL Subscribers

The Enterprise-Leader realizes that the newspaper has been delivered in the mail one day late to our subscribers for the past two weeks. The company is working with the U.S. Post Office to remedy the issue as quickly as possible. We regret any inconvenience and appreciate your understanding in the meantime. Continue reading...

Looking to February

"If you don't like the Arkansas weather, just wait." Continue reading...

School Receives Bids To Remodel Cafeteria

LINCOLN -- Lincoln School Board has multiple bids to choose from in selecting a contractor to remodel the middle school cafeteria. Continue reading...

Obituaries

Nathan David Snider Continue reading...

U.A. Police Officer Found Guilty

PRAIRIE GROVE -- A University of Arkansas police officer recently resigned from the department after being found guilty of second degree imprisonment, a misdemeanor, in Prairie Grove District Court. Continue reading...

How To Contact Local Legislators

Local citizens wanting to contact their state House of Representative or state Senator may find the process quick and easy with a few tips from our veteran slate of state office holders. Continue reading...

Pop A Claw, Board Decides

PRAIRIE GROVE -- Legendary American Wrestling Association figure Baron Von Raschke, known as "the Clawmaster," may have never performed in the Prairie Grove gym but his patented finishing move is in demand. Continue reading...

Trainings Set For Private Pesticide Applicator

Pesticides are products used to control pests such as weeds (herbicides), unwanted or harmful insects (insecticides), rodents (rodenticides), or fungal diseases and spores (fungicides). The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Arkansas State Plant Board regulates pesticides and their use. In this state, pesticide licensing and certification are the responsibility of the Arkansas State Plant Board while the Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service is responsible for pesticide education and training. Continue reading...

Thinking, Riding Skills Hallmark Of Equestrian Center

PRAIRIE GROVE -- When it comes to riding lessons, instructor Jandji-Lynn Campbell of Morning Star Equestrian has found she teaches her students as much about thinking as riding. Continue reading...

Grab Some Spoons And Join The Band

LINCOLN -- The Kitchen Band, a regular musical group at Lincoln Senior Center, plays everything but the kitchen sink. And if a sink wasn't so bulky and heavy, that probably would be another instrument in the band. Continue reading...

Riverview Parkway: New Name For U.S. 62 In Prairie Grove

911 REQUESTED ADDRESSES FOR NEW SECTION

PRAIRIE GROVE -- U.S. 62 has a new name within the city limits of Prairie Grove: Riverview Parkway. Continue reading...

Prairie Grove Student Aces ACT

PRAIRIE GROVE -- As a 7th grader, Roy McKenzie of Prairie Grove scored a 29 on the ACT exam for college-bound students. This past September, as a sophomore, McKenzie improved his score to a 34. With the highest possible score, a 36, looming before him, McKenzie decided to try again in December. Continue reading...

School Plans One Green Seat For New Gym

PRAIRIE GROVE -- During their Jan. 19 meeting, the Prairie Grove School Board discussed positioning of a solitary green-colored chair in the new competitive basketball gym currently under construction. Continue reading...

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