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Company Requests Parking Lot Approval

Subscriber onlyFARMINGTON -- Farmington Planning Commission will consider a large-scale development plan to put in a large parking lot behind Discount Tobacco on Main Street for trucks owned by Little Field Oil Co. Continue reading...

Council Approves First Step For New Public Works Building

Subscriber onlyFARMINGTON -- City Council members gave the OK last week to advertise a request for qualifications from architectural and engineering firms for a new public works building on Broyles Street. Continue reading...

Festival Brings Yesteryear To Life

Subscriber onlyOzark Gospel Jubilee Band performed Sunday afternoon at the 30th annual Cane Hill Harvest Festival. Members include Dee Bartholomew, left, and Ken Harvey. Continue reading...

New State Park Superintendent On Board

SUPERVISORS GIVE SUSAN ADKINS HIGH PRAISE

Subscriber onlyPRAIRIE GROVE -- The new superintendent at Prairie Grove Battlefield State Park has a strong background and interest in interpretation and wants to put that to use in continuing to promote the historical nature of the park. Continue reading...

Ozarks Electric Reaches Safety Milestone

Subscriber onlyOzarks Electric Cooperative announced in a recent news release that it has achieved yet another major safety milestone, accumulating two million working hours without a lost workday accident. Continue reading...

Mel's Diner, The Happenin' Place

Subscriber onlyPRAIRIE GROVE -- Walk into Mel's Diner in Prairie Grove and you'll take a step back in time. Continue reading...

Arvest, State Collaborate To Offer Scenic Debit Cards

Subscriber onlyArvest Bank and the Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism worked in collaboration to create a limited edition series of specialty debit cards that showcase some of the state's most scenic and popular attractions. Continue reading...

Hee Haw Show Set For Saturday Night

Subscriber onlyLincoln will have its own version of Dinner Theatre this Saturday, Sept. 24, in the Senior Center. Dinner (or supper, as we Arkansawyers call it) is to be served at 6 p.m. and will consist of brisket, baked beans, corn on the cob, mashed potatoes with gravy, hot roll and cobbler plus drinks. Then, the Hee Haw show will begin at 7 p.m., and according to all reports, this show itself will be worth the price of admittance, $10. The Lincoln Kitchen Band will "strut their stuff" sometime during the production. Continue reading...

Orchids Offer Diverse Blooms

Subscriber onlyFARMINGTON -- The orchid family is considered one of the largest families in the plant kingdom with 25,000 known species and new species are being discovered every year. Continue reading...

StoryTime Starts Up Sept. 14

Subscriber onlyHey! Its time for Fall StoryTime with Ms. Sherry Rodgers again!! Every Wednesday at 10 a.m. until the holidays she will be here! This is free and everyone is welcome to come to the library for StoryTime. Ms. Sherry has programs, books and craft projects especially designed for children ages 5 and up. You will have a good time, so make plans to come and be with us each Wednesday! Continue reading...

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$10,000 Donation Purchases Body Armor

Subscriber onlyPRAIRIE GROVE -- If the need arises, Prairie Grove police officers will be able to respond to an active shooter situation wearing new body armor designed to protect them from a higher caliber round of ammunition. Continue reading...

Schools To Present Annual Reports To Public

Subscriber onlyPrairie Grove School District will present the 2016 Annual District Report to the Public at 6 p.m. Monday, Oct. 17, during the regularly scheduled school board meeting in the Board Room at the Middle School. Continue reading...

Farmington Diabetes Walk Takes Off Saturday

GOAL: TO RAISE $20,000 FOR DIABETES RESEARCH

Subscriber onlyFARMINGTON -- The 12th annual Farmington Hometown Walk to Cure Diabetes will have a few changes this year but not too many because of the success of the event in years past. Continue reading...

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