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Students Compete In Special Olympics Events (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

Twelve students from Ledbetter Intermediate and Lynch Middle Schools in Farmington participated in the Area 3 Special Olympics Track Event this spring in Fayett... Read More »

Lincoln Middle School Semester Honor Roll (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

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Good Helpers (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

SUBMITTED PHOTO The May character word at Prairie Grove Elementary is helper. Those recognized in second grade from left to right back row: Logan Hanson, Gabe R... Read More »

Good Helpers (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

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Good Helpers (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

SUBMITTED PHOTO The May character word at Prairie Grove Elementary School is helper. Those recognized in fourth grade are, from left to right: Jarrett Bone, Hai... Read More »

Fayetteville Conference To Discuss WordPress Software (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

Most folks log in to the World Wide Web of interconnected computer networks (aka, the Internet) without thinking much about websites or how they are created. Read More »

Headquarters House Offers Tours (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

The Washington County Historical Society will open the Headquarters House, 118 E. Dickson St., for visitors each Saturday morning, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., throug... Read More »

Expanding Knowledge Through Many Avenues (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

In this day and age a person has accessibility to knowledge, education and training as never before. Read More »

Good Helpers (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

SUBMITTED PHOTO The May character word at Prairie Grove Elementary School is helper. Those recognized in kindergarten are from left to right back row: Caylor As... Read More »

Obituaries (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

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Council Approves Plan To Update Floodplain (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

FARMINGTON -- A study to update Farmington's floodplain will look at three major streams in the city limits to provide accurate information for flood insurance ... Read More »

What's Happening (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

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It's Time For Chrome In Lincoln (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

Lincoln's Chicken Rod Nationals Car Show continues to be a success year after year and the sixth annual show will be held 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, June 24, on... Read More »

Moores Named Washington County Farm Family Of The Year (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

LINCOLN -- Allen Moore with Moore Valley Farms is a third generation farmer but he is farming differently than his parents and grandparents. Read More »

State Representative Announces For Senate (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

FAYETTEVILLE -- Rep. Greg Leding, D-Fayetteville, will run for the state Senate District 4 seat in next year's election. If elected, he would succeed Sen. Uvald... Read More »

Voters Approve 1 Percent Sales Tax, Bond Issues (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

FARMINGTON -- Only 6 percent of registered voters cast ballots in Farmington's special election and about 70 percent of them supported the city's request to app... Read More »

Summer Is Here: Check Out Lincoln Library (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

Happy Hot Summer everyone!! With the temperatures being like they are, please be careful out there. In fact, you probably should come to the Lincoln Public Libr... Read More »

April Showers Bring May and June Showers (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

What an unusual Spring! We not only had "April showers," they also "showered" into May and part of June, with so much cooler weather than us... Read More »

Chuan Fa America Offers Self-Defense Training For Visually Impaired Students (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

FARMINGTON -- An area martial arts school recently gave basic, self-defense lessons to a group of students who could be very vulnerable during an altercation. Read More »

Correction (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

Jim Sposato of Lincoln was quoted in a June 14 article about the new Harps store in Lincoln. The article incorrectly had Sposato's first name as Joe, not Jim. Read More »

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