Lincoln News


Pair Of Doves Delightful Viewing (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

The January recipe exchange meeting was canceled Monday, as the library inventory was taking place. There has been some thinking of actually making something fr... Read More »

Commercials Generally Target 18-49 Year Olds (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

About 17 years ago there was a commercial for Dodge trucks that featured music by Aerosmith. Read More »

New State Budget Much Like Yours, Just A Whole Lot Larger (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

Grab up the spiral notebook, sharpen up a couple of No. 2 pencils and see if you can find the little calculator -- you know the one with the tiny roll of print-... Read More »

Prairie Grove Stylist Tends To Hair For 60-Plus Years (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

PRAIRIE GROVE -- Ruth Dial of Prairie Grove turned 90 years old last week and she still works as a hairstylist five days a week. Read More »

Look Back And Remind Ourselves Of What God Has Done (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

There are signposts along the way. Some signs are for information. A few determine how fast you can travel to complete your journey. Others mark detours or nece... Read More »

Proposed Marijuna Company Files Suit (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

FAYETTEVILLE -- A company wanting to cultivate marijuana on a site near Cane Hill and Lincoln sued Washington County after the Quorum Court rejected its bid for... Read More »

Council Rezones 126 Acres For New Subdivision (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

FARMINGTON -- City Council last week rezoned 126 acres west of Double Springs Road from agricultural to residential but tabled a request from the owner to help ... Read More »

Arvest Breaks Ground For New Prairie Grove Bank (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

PRAIRIE GROVE -- The rain and cold weather held off Thursday morning as Arvest Bank held a groundbreaking ceremony to celebrate the beginning of what will be a ... Read More »

Aults Find 'Hidden Gem' In Prairie Grove Town Center (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

Over the years, the Prairie Grove Town Center has been many things -- from a gas station and auto shop in the 1930s and 1940s, to a city hall complete with poli... Read More »

Lincoln 2017 Highlights: New Harps, Bell Pharmacy Closes, Poultry Champions (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

EDITOR'S NOTE: Lots of news happened in Farmington, Prairie Grove and Lincoln in 2017. While all three have many top stories, The Enterprise-Leader is highlight... Read More »

What's Happening (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)


Cold, Sinus Infection Or Flu? What To Do (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

The common cold is the No. 1 reason for lost work and school time throughout the industrialized world. The average adult will get two or three colds each year, ... Read More »

Obituaries (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

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Police Report (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)


Internal Investigation Goes To State Police (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

FARMINGTON -- Farmington police have turned over an internal investigation on a claim of excessive force to the Arkansas State Police, according to Lt. Chad Par... Read More »

Looking Back On 2017 (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

My 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... Read More »

Farmington Top Stories: Embezzlement, New High School, New Businesses (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

EDITOR'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 ... Read More »

What's Happening (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)


Scramble At Shiloh (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)


Lincoln Council Approves Pay Raise (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

LINCOLN -- For the first time in three years, Lincoln city employees will receive a pay raise. Read More »

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