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Farmington Graduates 161 Seniors

Subscriber onlyFARMINGTON -- The Farmington Class of 2018 culminated their high school education with graduation ceremonies held on Tuesday, May 15, at Cardinal Arena for 161 graduates. Continue reading...

Team Chemistry Powers Lady Cardinals To Second

GREENBRIER TURNS BACK FARMINGTON IN STATE FINAL

Subscriber only BENTON -- Disappointment couldn't be hidden when Greenbrier recorded a third out leaving two Farmington runners stranded in a 3-2 loss in Saturday's State 5A softball championship game. Continue reading...

Prairie Grove Joins Main Street Arkansas

Subscriber onlyFARMINGTON -- Prairie Grove will join Main Street Arkansas, a network of cities seeking to revitalize their historic downtown areas, according to a news release issued Friday afternoon by the Main Street Arkansas office. Continue reading...

Celebrating Good Health During Older Americans Month

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A Mother's Day Surprise

Subscriber onlyComing up -- the 23rd annual Cincinnati reunion, Saturday, May 26, from 1 to 4 p.m., in the fire station east of Cincinnati. You are asked to bring photos of family members who served in the Armed Forces. Continue reading...

Gearing Up For Cool Summer At Lincoln Library

Subscriber onlyCan you believe Summer is almost here? The temperatures sure make it feel that way! Continue reading...

What's Happening

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We Mourn

Subscriber onlyDAVID GOTTSCHALK NWA DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE The patriotic-themed mural, "We Mourn," is visible as Cheryle Prince-Porter continues to paint last week on the window of the Quick-a-Way convenience store in Lincoln. Prince-Porter is painting six patriotic-themed murals on store front windows for the upcoming Memorial Day holiday. Continue reading...

Hot Day, Great Day

PRAIRIE GROVE HIGH GRADUATES 132

Subscriber onlyPRAIRIE GROVE --High school is about "discovering or developing the beauty in each other," Ben Beason, president of the Prairie Grove Class of 2018, told his fellow seniors, standing before them on a hot afternoon at Tiger Stadium. Continue reading...

City Council Approves Bids For Drainage, New Bridge

Subscriber onlyFARMINGTON -- Farmington City Council last week accepted a low bid of more than $250,000 for drainage improvements in the Southwinds and Rainsong subdivisions. Continue reading...

Obituaries

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Threat Found In Middle School Bathroom

Subscriber onlyPRAIRIE GROVE -- Middle school students were searched before class Thursday morning (May 17) after a threat was found in a girls' bathroom at the school, officials said. Continue reading...

Lincoln Considers Road, Property Improvements

Subscriber onlyLINCOLN --At its regularly scheduled May 15 meeting, Lincoln City Council began work to identify, list and prioritize city streets and roads to be paved or repaired. Continue reading...

Police Report

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City Loses Thousands Of Gallons Of Water From Leak

Subscriber onlyPRAIRIE GROVE -- The city of Prairie Grove lost about 600,000 gallons of water at a cost of possibly $2,000 from a water break Friday at the corner of Cleveland and Neal streets, according to Larry Oelrich, director of public works and administrative services. Continue reading...

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