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Dogs Head To Pool Aug. 23

Subscriber onlyPRAIRIE GROVE -- Dogs once again will have their own swim party at Prairie Grove Aquatic Center. Continue reading...

Supermoon Shows Up Once Again

Subscriber onlyDid you see the supermoon Sunday evening? I was a little disappointed as it wasn't what I had expected. It was said to be the most spectacular of five supermoons this year. It was larger than usual (though not brighter) which occurs when a full moon reaches the point of its orbit closet to earth, and it appears to be larger because of an optical illusion. Very interesting. Continue reading...

Good Participation For History Month

Subscriber onlyWe had a great turn-out last Tuesday night with the Lincoln Public Library's celebration of Lincoln and surrounding areas history month, even Mayor Rob [Hulse] stopped by to say hello. Everyone had a great time. Memories were shared as well as pictures and school albums. A big thank you to everyone who came by. Continue reading...

Obituaries

Subscriber onlyJudy Welch Cavette Continue reading...

County Fair Starts Next Week

Subscriber onlyIt's that time again when everything from livestock to canned foods to quilts are judged and the many exhibitions enjoyed; when carnival rides go up and down or round and round and adults and children stroll fair grounds in summer heat. Continue reading...

Clothesline Fair Features Crafts, Food, Dancing

Subscriber onlyPRAIRIE GROVE -- The 63rd annual Clothesline Fair is just around the corner. Put Labor Day weekend on your calendar to enjoy this popular event of arts and crafts booths, food, square dancing and other planned activities. Continue reading...

Rezoning Request Dies For Lack Of Motion

Subscriber onlyFARMINGTON -- A request to rezone vacant property on Southwinds Drive to allow a multi-family development died on the table last week at the Farmington City Council meeting. Continue reading...

Neighborhood Market Opens In Grand Style

Large Crowd Celebrates New Store

Subscriber onlyFARMINGTON -- Farmington cheerleaders, dance squad, high school band, school mascot, city officials, City Council and Planning Commission members and lots of citizens showed up early Wednesday morning to celebrate the opening of a new Walmart Neighborhood Market. Continue reading...

Who is telling you how to vote?

THE CAST ON TV ADS INCLUDES JERRY AND WANDA OF MARION, OR JOHN MCCAIN FOR PRYOR?

Subscriber onlyDon't be fooled by the TV ad spokesman for either U.S. Senator Mark Pryor or Congressman Tom Cotton. Continue reading...

Couple Does Custom Work At Sign Shop

Subscriber onlyLINCOLN -- Josh and Tiffany Taber combined their skills and started a new business which fits both of them. Continue reading...

Priority Bank Prefers Rural Communities

Subscriber onlyPRAIRIE GROVE -- For 21 years, Priority Bank has served rural areas, so it just made sense for the bank to open a new office in Prairie Grove. Continue reading...

Ice Cream Social Set This Saturday

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- Washington County Historical Society's Annual Ice Cream Social is set for Saturday, Aug. 16, from 3 to 6 p.m. at the historical Headquarters House, 118 West Dickson Street, across from the new Washington County Courthouse parking deck. Continue reading...

Will Weather Surprise Us Again?

Subscriber onlyWhen the sudden, unexpected wind blew out half of one of my trees and littered the whole yard with twigs and limbs on July 23, I thought, "It could have been worse," and it was in many places -- a storm wide enough to reach from Missouri to Van Buren (at least) and as far east as Mountain Home, Ark., with thousands without power. Continue reading...

Obits

Subscriber onlyPHOTOS: Franks, Rothrock, Smith Continue reading...

Former Deputy Accused Of Prescription Fraud

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- A former Washington County Sheriff's Office deputy was arrested July 30 in connection with obtaining prescription drugs fraudulently by calling prescriptions in to pharmacies posing as a doctor's employee, according to an arrest report. Continue reading...

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