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School Board Decides To Use Arvest Building After All

Subscriber onlyPRAIRIE GROVE -- After looking at several options on what to do with the former Arvest Bank building in downtown Prairie Grove, the School Board agreed the best path forward financially for the school district will be to keep the building and use it for administration offices and as space for technology and other school staff. Continue reading...

Exercise Balls Put To New Use

Subscriber onlyLINCOLN -- Lincoln Senior Center has a new exercise program that uses large exercise balls, drum sticks and colorful scarves. Continue reading...

What's Happening

Subscriber onlyMORROW Continue reading...

Lincoln Council To Consider Sign Ordinance

Subscriber onlyLINCOLN -- Lincoln Planning Commission last week forwarded a new sign ordinance to be considered by Lincoln City Council at its Oct. 16 meeting. Continue reading...

Enjoying The Last Colorful Flowers

Subscriber onlySeptember ended with my kind of weather, cool and clear. Some friends are already wearing their sweats. I am concerned about what they will have to do when really cold weather arrives. Continue reading...

Clarification

Subscriber onlyA story in the Oct. 3 edition of the Washington County Enterprise-Leader did not accurately represent comments made by Casey Copeland, Libertarian candidate running for Arkansas House District 80. During a forum sponsored by Prairie Grove Chamber of Commerce, none of the candidates were asked questions about individual freedoms for women. Continue reading...

With Strategic Plan In Place, Time For Action

Subscriber onlyFARMINGTON -- City leaders have finished their strategic planning process to guide them for the next 5-10 years and the upcoming steps will be to take action on some of the items in the plan, consultant Teresa Ray said in handing over copies of the city's Strategic Planning Report Summary. Continue reading...

Incumbent, Challenger Vie For Farmington Seat

Subscriber onlyEditor's note: The Enterprise-Leader will run articles on municipal candidates and municipal issues for the next month leading up to the Nov. 6 general election. Continue reading...

Obituaries

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City To Sponsor Public Meeting On Sales Tax

REVENUE WOULD PROVIDE ‘SAFER, CLEANER’ LINCOLN

Subscriber onlyLincoln City Council will hold a public meeting regarding a proposed sales tax at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 15, in the community building on Lincoln Square. Continue reading...

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