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Blecher Shooting Ruled As Justified (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

FAYETTEVILLE -- Deputies who shot to death a Farmington man last month were justified in their actions, Prosecutor Matt Durrett said in an email last week. Read More »

Lincoln Council Considers New Event (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

LINCOLN -- A request to use Lincoln Square to host a vintage market, similar to the Junk Ranch in Prairie Grove, was tabled last week and referred to the counci... Read More »

Obituaries (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

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Howdy Partner! (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

LYNN KUTTER ENTERPRISE-LEADER Halos 'N Horns square dance group practices last week outside the Latta Barn at Prairie Grove Battlefield State Park. The group is... Read More »

Lincoln Librarians Take Care Of Us (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

Over the years, we've been so fortunate to have efficient librarians in Lincoln, and we still do. Recently I mentioned to Dianna about a set of books I had borr... Read More »

Prairie Grove Mayors (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

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Prairie Grove High Seeks Charter Status (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

PRAIRIE GROVE -- As a public conversion charter high school, Prairie Grove High School will be able to make changes to meet the needs of all its students, schoo... Read More »

College News (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

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Author To Address Lincoln Teachers (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

LINCOLN -- Author Dave Pelzer who wrote a book about his experiences being abused by his mother as a child will address Lincoln teachers and staff as they retur... Read More »

Prairie Grove Grad Receives Award (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

Will Pohlman of Prairie Grove received the Jim Baldridge Outstanding Leadership Award at the National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) this year. The association recogn... Read More »

Contract Extended On School Property Purchase (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

PRAIRIE GROVE -- Allen Williams, superintendent of Prairie Grove School District, said a contract to purchase 61 acres across from the high school has been exte... Read More »

Gap year uncommon, but growing (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

The game of life has been a well-worn, but limited, path after completing high school for many generations. Read More »

Rezoning Makes Way For Senior Adult Apartments (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

Prairie Grove City Council rezoned 15 acres on Mock Street from agricultural to residential last week to make way for a senior adult living community. Read More »

What's Happening (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

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Hudson Logs Longest Time As Prairie Grove Mayor (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

PRAIRIE GROVE -- As the 29th elected leader of this mid-sized Washington County city, strangers, it seems, have to pry it out of Charles "Sonny" Hudso... Read More »

Farmington High Announces Dates (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

Farmington High School has scheduled the following registration and orientation dates for students for 2016-17 school year. Read More »

Lincoln Lifestyles (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

Remember the Alumni reunion this Sunday, July 24, from 2 to 4 p.m. in the new Lincoln High School building. The first reunion many years ago, had around 200 att... Read More »

Bear Sightings Get Attention (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

PRAIRIE GROVE -- Vance Eubanks, pastor of Prairie Grove Christian Church, probably was one of the first in the area to report seeing a black bear roaming around... Read More »

Stray Bullet Falls In House (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

FARMINGTON -- Police believe gunshots heard Thursday night probably are related to a man finding a hole in his ceiling and a bullet in the bed, according to Sgt... Read More »

What's Happening (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

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