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Voters Approve 1 Percent Sales Tax, Bond Issues

Subscriber onlyFARMINGTON -- Only 6 percent of registered voters cast ballots in Farmington's special election and about 70 percent of them supported the city's request to approve a 1 percent sales tax and issue bonds to pay for street and park improvements. Continue reading...

Summer Is Here: Check Out Lincoln Library

Subscriber onlyHappy Hot Summer everyone!! With the temperatures being like they are, please be careful out there. In fact, you probably should come to the Lincoln Public Library to cool off as you browse through our latest DVDs and books. Continue reading...

April Showers Bring May and June Showers

Subscriber onlyWhat an unusual Spring! We not only had "April showers," they also "showered" into May and part of June, with so much cooler weather than usual. Though it was so much more than we needed at times, it brought the deep moisture we have needed for so long. Now, this week, the farmers have been happy to "make hay while the sun shined," and surely they are counting their blessings. The fields are so clean and green, just waiting for a few more showers. Continue reading...

Chuan Fa America Offers Self-Defense Training For Visually Impaired Students

Subscriber onlyFARMINGTON -- An area martial arts school recently gave basic, self-defense lessons to a group of students who could be very vulnerable during an altercation. Continue reading...

Correction

Subscriber onlyJim Sposato of Lincoln was quoted in a June 14 article about the new Harps store in Lincoln. The article incorrectly had Sposato's first name as Joe, not Jim. Continue reading...

Farmington Chamber Sponsors Tournament

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State Honors Bethel Grove Extension Club

Subscriber onlyHOT SPRINGS -- Bethel Grove Extension Homemakers has earned state recognition for a project to help an orphanage in Malawi, Africa. Continue reading...

Summer Reading Program Starts Monday

Subscriber onlyThe summer reading program sponsored by Washington County Library System for grades kindergarten-fourth grade starts the week of June 19. Continue reading...

Celebrating Another Graduation

Subscriber onlyI fully enjoyed the graduation party for my great-grandson Caleb, last Friday evening, held in the youth church building fellowship hall of Farmington First Baptist Church on Rhea Mill Rd. A standing room only crowd of family and friends enjoyed the event, including the evening meal provided by his parents Keith and Karen Lipford. A table full of his awards and mementos was displayed, as well as was collection of photos showing his life from infancy through graduation. He plans to attend the U of A and our best wishes go with him. Continue reading...

Moratorium On Valley View Building Permits Lifted

Subscriber onlyFARMINGTON -- The sewer system serving Valley View Estates subdivision now has a valid Arkansas wastewater permit and the cities of Prairie Grove and Farmington have lifted their moratoriums on issuing building permits for the area. Continue reading...

United Way Presents $110,000 Grant To Lincoln High

Subscriber onlyLINCOLN -- Lincoln High School will use a $110,000 grant to help young adults become certified in certain skills and trades so they can go to work in higher paying jobs. Continue reading...

Grant Received

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Fayetteville's Lindsey to retire from Senate

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- State Sen. Uvalde Lindsey, D-Fayetteville, will not seek re-election in 2018, opening up a spot for one of the few Democratic seats in the Senate. Continue reading...

Police Report

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There's A New Harps In Town

Subscriber onlyLINCOLN -- The growth of Lincoln took a "leap" last week with the opening of a new Harps Food Store on West Pridemore Drive, just west of the Lincoln Post Office, community leaders say. Continue reading...