Lincoln News


Tractor Pull A Hobby For Farmers (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

MORROW -- For the men and women who participate each fall and spring in a tractor pull at Nolen Farm in Morrow, it's all about having fun, not about the prizes. Read More »

Central EMS nixes buying old Wal-Mart in Prairie Grove (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

PRAIRIE GROVE -- Central EMS officials decided not to buy a vacant Wal-Mart Express building in Prairie Grove after a tour of the facility Wednesday evening. Read More »

Lincoln Principals Give Annual Report To Public (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

LINCOLN -- The annual report to the public for Lincoln Consolidated School District was presented Oct. 17 during the School Board's monthly meeting. Read More »

What's Happening (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)


Local Pastor Challenges For District Seat (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

FARMINGTON -- There are few differences in the rhetoric betweena political newcomer and the veteran state House member from District 85, an east/west district i... Read More »

Prairie Grove Council Approves Water Bid (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

PRAIRIE GROVE -- A year later than expected, the city of Prairie Grove will get started on a $2 million project to completely rehab its 41-year-old water treatm... Read More »

School Board President Resigns (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

PRAIRIE GROVE -- Prairie Grove School Board President Eric Walker tendered his resignation last week, effective Nov. 11, and the board voted to appoint Mark Bea... Read More »

Schools To Receive Technology Funds (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

PRAIRIE GROVE -- Prairie Grove School District will use federal money from a program called eRate Funding to upgrade its technology network equipment in the dis... Read More »

Residents, Lock Car Doors (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

Farmington and Prairie Grove police are reminding residents to lock their vehicles at night. Read More »

Bentonville Man Charged With Burglary (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

PRAIRIE GROVE -- A Bentonville man is facing multiple charges, including breaking and entering a building and residential burglary, after he was arrested Oct. 1... Read More »

Police Report (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)


Council Approves Rezoning Request (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

FARMINGTON -- Farmington City Council approved an ordinance at its Oct. 10 meeting to rezone about eight acres on U.S. 62 and Jim Brooks Road from highway comme... Read More »

Obituaries (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

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How To Make Healthier Insurance Choices This Fall (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

With less than three months left in the year, now is the time to check the status of health plan deductible and schedule necessary appointments, recommended tes... Read More »

Keeping Kids Safe This Halloween (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

Trick-or-treating is all fun and games -- but don't forget to take a few key safety precautions to keep kids safe. Read More »

Reunion Welcomes Former Students To The '60s (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

While others rejoice in turning another year older, turning 60 can be traumatic for some. With that being said, the Lincoln Class of 1974 recently welcomed thei... Read More »

Morrow Wedding Enjoyed By Many (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

What wonderful weather the past week was, but it had to go and turn too warm again, and windy. The rain was much appreciated and the grass is beginning to grow.... Read More »

Letter To The Editor (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

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Lincoln Square Showing Signs Of Fall (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

Hopefully this wind will blow up some rain. The leaves are falling, and this before they color up. The golden rod, fall-asters and mums provide some autumn colo... Read More »

Take A Walk Or Run With Your Dog (Washington County Enterprise-Leader)

Dogs have taken over Prairie Grove's aquatic center and now they are headed to the park. Read More »

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