Lincoln News


Circuit Judge Suppresses Evidence (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

PRAIRIE GROVE -- Prairie Grove District Judge Graham Nations found in favor of a motion to suppress physical and verbal evidence in a misdemeanor case involving... Read More »

Volunteers Work On Community Garden (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

PRAIRIE GROVE -- A new community garden to benefit Prairie Grove School District and Prairie Grove Senior Activity and Wellness Center is under way. Read More »

Can Avian Influenza Infect Backyard Flocks, Commercial Houses? (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

Avian influenza, commonly known as "bird flu," is an infectious disease of birds caused by type A Influenza viruses. The disease is carried by many wi... Read More »

Lincoln Graduate Focuses On Homeland Security (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

When you mention bird flu, homeland security may not be the first thing that comes to mind. But for Agricultural and Resource Economics doctoral student Jada Th... Read More »

Students Display Science Fair Projects (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

FARMINGTON -- Lynch Middle School student Madison Osnes used her own personal experiences from the past 14 years in deciding what topic to pick for her eighth-g... Read More »

Sewer Rates Increase (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

LINCOLN -- Sewer rates in Lincoln will increase by 143 percent for the first 1,000 gallons of water and 12.5 percent for subsequent 1,000 gallons following a un... Read More »

Mayor: Strong Churches Help Define City (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

FARMINGTON -- Much of the growth, progress and an overall strength of this Washington County city is directly tied to its faith-based churches, Mayor Ernie Penn... Read More »

Board OKs Bids For New Gym (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

PRAIRIE GROVE -- Prairie Grove School Board approved two items totaling more than $100,000 for the high school's new competitive basketball gym at its March 16 ... Read More »

Farmington School Seeks Assistant Superintendent (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

FARMINGTON -- Farmington school officials will interview candidates for an assistant superintendent's position next week, following Spring Break, according to B... Read More »

Oops Store Opens In Farmington (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

FARMINGTON -- A new business has opened in the former Marvin's IGA store on Main Street in Farmington. Read More »

Obituaries (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

Martha Blakemore Read More »

Missing Composites Re-created At Prairie Grove High (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

PRAIRIE GROVE -- Three years missing from composites of graduates of Prairie Grove High School have been replaced through the efforts of two seniors in a new cl... Read More »

Scholarships Available For Farmington Graduates (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

The deadline is Wednesday, April 30, for two scholarships offered through Farmington High School. The "Wayne S. Montgomery Athletic Scholarship" shall... Read More »

Our Yard Where No Grass Grew (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

Sometime ago, I was asked what life was like when I was younger. On the spur of the moment I had no time to really think, but later, I thought of a poem I had w... Read More »

Police Report (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)


Council Seeks New Master Plan For Park (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

FARMINGTON -- A new Master Plan for Creekside Park will help city officials determine how to use 32 acres donated to the park in December and will help the city... Read More »

Obituaries (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

Darrel C. Blair Read More »

Farmington FBC To Hold Seder Service April 3 (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

FARMINGTON -- First Baptist Church of Farmington, on Rheas Mill Road, will host a Passover Meal or Seder service from 6-9 p.m., on Good Friday, April 3. Read More »

New Eagle Scout Announced (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

FARMINGTON -- Kendall Combs, a member of Boy Scout Troop 555 of Farmington, has earned the rank of Eagle Scout. Read More »

Home Extension Clubs Remembered (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

For the 100th anniversary of the Homemakers Extension clubs, we tell the history and honor the memory of those long gone. Thanks to Gwen Schube for the followin... Read More »

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