Lincoln News


Police Report (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)


Correction (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

An article in Washington County Enterprise-Leader on Feb. 3 incorrectly named Seth Schader as a member of the Farmington Planning Commission. This should have b... Read More »

What's Happening (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)


UAMS Northwest Accepting Applications for Summer Health Careers Program (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) Northwest is now accepting applications from students who will be entering the 11th or 12th grade and are... Read More »

Farmington Scores Well On PARCC (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

FARMINGTON -- Farmington students scored well on the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers tests given in spring 2015. Read More »

Construction Continues (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

LYNN KUTTER ENTERPRISE-LEADER Marcelo Ramirez with Town & Country Plumbing in Rogers discusses plumbing with Rick Bramall, Farmington building official.... Read More »

Academy Headed (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

LYNN KUTTER ENTERPRISE-LEADER Prairie Grove Police officer Tyler Franks leaves Monday for certified training at Arkansas Law Enforcement Training Academy in Elm... Read More »

Obituaries (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

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Mayor Penn Outlines Successful Year In 2015 (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

FARMINGTON -- Mayor Ernie Penn gave the annual State of the City address Monday night, describing a successful year that resulted in increasing revenue, commerc... Read More »

Local ACE Teams Advance To Championship Round (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

PRAIRIE GROVE -- Farmington and Prairie Grove high schools have advanced to the semi-finals for the 2016 Academic Competition in Education championship and will... Read More »

Prairie Grove Pair Seek District Judge Seat (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

PRAIRIE GROVE -- A change in the Arkansas courts system has two local attorneys seeking a new full-time District Judgeship in the upcoming non-partisan March 1 ... Read More »

Teacher Relinquishes License (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

In a plea bargain reached last week, Melissa Stewart, a former Prairie Grove High School teacher, pleaded guilty to the misdemeanor knowingly furnishing alcohol... Read More »

Sign Here (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

LYNN KUTTER ENTERPRISE-LEADER Kelly Lopez, of Farmington, right, signs a petition Friday evening outside Walmart Neighborhood Market asking that the question of... Read More »

Come Enjoy A 'Fat Roll' At New Bakery (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

PRAIRIE GROVE -- Downtown customers, local residents and other visitors in the area will have a new place to stop and enjoy homemade cinnamon rolls and other ba... Read More »

Volunteers Important At Center (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

The Lincoln Senior Center has been undergoing many changes during the last few weeks, with some employees moving on to other jobs, and some retiring, leaving a ... Read More »

State Park Activities (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

Prairie Grove Battlefield State Park has several events scheduled the next month. Read More »

Library News (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

Happy Valentine's Day! Its right around the corner, so if you need some recipes to make for your sweetheart, we have cookbooks and craft ideas here at The Linco... Read More »

Honor Roll for Prairie Grove Elementary School Second Nine Weeks (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

Third Grade -- All A's Read More »

The Role of Riparian Buffers (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

Densely vegetated land areas that flank both sides of a creek or stream are called "riparian buffers." Also called vegetated buffer zones, healthy rip... Read More »

Battle Field State Park Gets New Apple Trees (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

PRAIRIE GROVE -- The apple orchard at Prairie Grove Battlefield State Park has 24 new apple trees. Read More »

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