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Looking Back On 2017

Subscriber onlyMy apology to those whose birthdays fell on the column that I failed to send in for the first of the year! With three days of celebrations and an early deadline, it was impossible to finish. Continue reading...

Farmington Top Stories: Embezzlement, New High School, New Businesses

Subscriber onlyEDITOR'S NOTE: Lots of news happened in Farmington, Prairie Grove and Lincoln in 2017. While all three communities have many top stories, The Enterprise-Leader will highlight some of them from each community over the next three weeks. Continue reading...

What's Happening

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE Continue reading...

Scramble At Shiloh

Subscriber onlyMARK HUMPHREY ENTERPRISE-LEADER Continue reading...

Lincoln Council Approves Pay Raise

Subscriber onlyLINCOLN -- For the first time in three years, Lincoln city employees will receive a pay raise. Continue reading...

Mother Claims Excessive Force Used On Son

FARMINGTON POLICE CONDUCT INTERNAL REVIEW

Subscriber onlyFARMINGTON -- Police are doing an internal investigation after a woman filed a complaint two officers used excessive force while arresting her 15-year-old son on New Year's Eve at the Kum & Go store on Main Street, according to Lt. Chad Parrish. Continue reading...

Farmington Family Transforms 100-Year-Old Dairy Farm

HARD WORK DESCRIBED AS ‘LABOR OF LOVE’

Subscriber onlyFARMINGTON -- What once was a working dairy barn, Farmington resident Tracy Vinson calls "a four-month labor of love." Continue reading...

Applications Being Accepted For Naturalist Training

Subscriber onlyNorthwest Arkansas Master Naturalists are now accepting applications for new members' annual training. Classes start Jan. 20 for the Benton County class, Jan. 24 for the new Carroll County class, and Jan. 27 for the Washington/Madison County class. Continue reading...

Obituaries

Subscriber onlyPHOTOS: Snyder, Wynne, Auslam Continue reading...

Prairie Grove Council Approves 2018 Budget

Subscriber onlyPRAIRIE GROVE -- The city's 2018 budget for the general fund projects about $2.3 million in expenses for administration, police, fire, district court and parks and recreation. Continue reading...

Hobbs Pleads Not Guilty In Child's Death

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- A man accused of killing a one-year-old boy and hiding the body in a closet pleaded not guilty Wednesday to a murder charge in Washington County Circuit Court. Continue reading...

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