Lincoln News


Senior Closes Out County Fair Career (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

FARMINGTON -- Susanna Luther of Farmington has been involved in almost all aspects of the Washington County Fair since she was 5 years old. Now, as a senior in ... Read More »

Two Candidates Run For Position 5 School Board Seat (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

Two newcomers to public office are vying for Position 5 on Prairie Grove School Board. Board member Beth Everett did not file to run for re-election to the five... Read More »

Committee Discusses Alcohol Sales In Farmington (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

FARMINGTON -- The steps to place a question on the ballot to allow alcohol sales in Farmington is a long and complicated process, City Attorney Steve Tennant to... Read More »

Clothesline Fair Opens Saturday (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

PRAIRIE GROVE -- Three groups come together each year to ensure the annual Clothesline Fair is another successful event for the community. Read More »

School Board OKs $15 Million Budget For District (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

PRAIRIE GROVE -- Prairie Grove School Board approved a $15 million budget for the 2015-16 school year at its Aug. 24 meeting. Read More »

Obituaries (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

Aubrey Jeff Kinion Sr. Read More »

Soggy Doggy Fun (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

PRAIRIE GROVE -- Cloudy skies provided perfect weather Aug. 22 for dogs and humans alike to enjoy the third annual Soggy Doggy Pool Party, hosted by Friends of ... Read More »

Top 10 Things (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

1. Shopping! Arts and crafts booths open at 8:30 a.m. each day. Read More »

Clothesline Fair Ready For 64th Year (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

Prairie Grove Lions Club, the Arts Center of the Ozarks and Prairie Grove Battlefield State Park invite everyone to attend the 64th Annual Clothesline Fair, Sep... Read More »

Former Lincoln Police Chief Loved Community (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

Jim Acker served as chief of Lincoln Police Department for 12 years and was a "great guy" to work for, said Russell Morphis, current Lincoln police ch... Read More »

Interested In Book Club? (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

If anyone is interested in a book club, we have a patron who would like to start one for people 16 years old and older. If you would like to sign up and be part... Read More »

Bethel Grove Extension Club Meets (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

The Aug. 11 meeting of Bethel Grove Extension Club was held at the community building with the meeting called to order by Candes Wilson. Roll Call was answered ... Read More »

Lincoln Loses True Servant (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

Our Lincoln area has lost a "one in a million" true servant. Space prevents, and words can't express a full report of the fruitful life of Ruth Parker... Read More »

Watch For Signs Of 'Brain Worms' (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

Last week, a farm family in West Fork found that their breeding buck's hind legs seemed paralyzed. Thinking the goat had been bitten by a snake, they called a v... Read More »

Test Rides Bring In Money (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

Lewis Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram helped Jerry "Pop" Williams Elementary School raise $2,610 at a "Drive for the Kids®" fundraising ev... Read More »

Lincoln FFA Members Attend Leadership Conference (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

HOT SPRINGS, AR. -- Students from across the state attended the 2015 Arkansas Leadership Conference (ALC) this summer at Camp Couchdale, Arkansas FFA's campgrou... Read More »

God's Work and Our Work (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

Joseph and Mary had taken the young Jesus to the big city for the celebration of the Passover. On their way home, they discovered that Jesus was missing! Read More »

Farmington High Gears Up For Mentoring Program (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

FARMINGTON -- Farmington High students going through registration the week before school started had a new stop to make. Read More »

Fair Provides Life Lessons Outside Classroom (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

At the Washington County Fair, several hundred 4-H and FFA livestock projects will be culminating in the show ring as months of hard work will be judged and awa... Read More »

Washington County Fair Opens Sept. 1 (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

This time of year brings to mind carnival rides, cows, sheep and pigs, cotton candy and corn dogs, canned foods and quilts. It's county fair time. Read More »

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