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Pair Of Doves Delightful Viewing

Subscriber onlyThe January recipe exchange meeting was canceled Monday, as the library inventory was taking place. There has been some thinking of actually making something from one of the recipes during a meeting, maybe next time, Feb. 12, at 1 p.m. Continue reading...

Commercials Generally Target 18-49 Year Olds

Subscriber onlyAbout 17 years ago there was a commercial for Dodge trucks that featured music by Aerosmith. Continue reading...

New State Budget Much Like Yours, Just A Whole Lot Larger

Subscriber onlyGrab up the spiral notebook, sharpen up a couple of No. 2 pencils and see if you can find the little calculator -- you know the one with the tiny roll of print-out paper -- it is budget time - in Arkansas. Continue reading...

Prairie Grove Stylist Tends To Hair For 60-Plus Years

Subscriber onlyPRAIRIE GROVE -- Ruth Dial of Prairie Grove turned 90 years old last week and she still works as a hairstylist five days a week. Continue reading...

Look Back And Remind Ourselves Of What God Has Done

Subscriber onlyThere are signposts along the way. Some signs are for information. A few determine how fast you can travel to complete your journey. Others mark detours or necessary course adjustments. Happily, some signs point to wonderful things that you can't yet see, future paths filled with grace and glory. Continue reading...

Proposed Marijuna Company Files Suit

COUNTY REJECTED BID ON SITE NEAR LINCOLN

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- A company wanting to cultivate marijuana on a site near Cane Hill and Lincoln sued Washington County after the Quorum Court rejected its bid for a permit. Continue reading...

Council Rezones 126 Acres For New Subdivision

DEVELOPER WANTS CITY’S HELP TO EXTEND SEWER LINE

Subscriber onlyFARMINGTON -- City Council last week rezoned 126 acres west of Double Springs Road from agricultural to residential but tabled a request from the owner to help pay some of the costs to extend a sewer line to the property. Continue reading...

Arvest Breaks Ground For New Prairie Grove Bank

Subscriber onlyPRAIRIE GROVE -- The rain and cold weather held off Thursday morning as Arvest Bank held a groundbreaking ceremony to celebrate the beginning of what will be a new branch in Prairie Grove on Heritage Parkway. Continue reading...

Aults Find 'Hidden Gem' In Prairie Grove Town Center

Subscriber onlyOver the years, the Prairie Grove Town Center has been many things -- from a gas station and auto shop in the 1930s and 1940s, to a city hall complete with police station starting in the 1970s. Now it will continue on as a community center, thanks to the efforts of Rick and Kara Ault. Continue reading...

Lincoln 2017 Highlights: New Harps, Bell Pharmacy Closes, Poultry Champions

Subscriber onlyEDITOR'S NOTE: Lots of news happened in Farmington, Prairie Grove and Lincoln in 2017. While all three have many top stories, The Enterprise-Leader is highlighting some from each community. Continue reading...

What's Happening

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Cold, Sinus Infection Or Flu? What To Do

Subscriber onlyThe common cold is the No. 1 reason for lost work and school time throughout the industrialized world. The average adult will get two or three colds each year, while children can go through five--10 cycles. The typical cold starts with sore throat and runny nose, followed by sneezing and coughing. Most people will recover fully within a week or 10 days. Continue reading...

Obituaries

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Police Report

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Internal Investigation Goes To State Police

Subscriber onlyFARMINGTON -- Farmington police have turned over an internal investigation on a claim of excessive force to the Arkansas State Police, according to Lt. Chad Parrish. Continue reading...

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