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Bond issue OK’d to pay for school sports facilities

Subscriber onlyThe Farmington School District has approved a bond issue to pay for a football and soccer stadium, a concession stand, restrooms, a press box, and a separate track and field facility at the city’s new high school. Continue reading...

Missing money prompts district court to issue monthly report

Subscriber onlyFARMINGTON — The Farmington District Court now issues a monthly report detailing the money it handles in light of a state audit that found $1.5 million missing over the past eight years. Continue reading...

New Lincoln center director puts experience to work

Subscriber onlyWhen the new director for Lincoln Senior Center saw an ad seeking applications for the open position, she knew the job was for her. Continue reading...

Lincoln board approves school budget

Subscriber only The School Board recently approved a $14.1 million budget for the 2017-18 school year. Continue reading...

New Pastor: A Church Is Members Learning, Working Together

Subscriber only The new pastor at Farmington United Methodist Church says a job as a barista in a coffee shop gave him lots of time to meet and talk with people. Continue reading...

Farmington School District seeks to extend debt

Subscriber onlyThe School District is asking voters to allow extending its debt for Phase 3 constructon of the Farmington High School campus. Continue reading...

Cane Hill Festival set for Sept. 16-17

Historic college to be open; music, food and art planned for weekend

Subscriber onlyFor the first time in two years, Historic Cane Hill College will be open for those attending the Cane Hill Harvest Festival Sept. 16-17. Continue reading...

Board member uses school choice for transfers

Subscriber onlyFARMINGTON -- Every year, many children are allowed to transfer from their home district to a nonresident district through the Arkansas Public School Choice Program. Continue reading...

Lincoln changes ordinance for building permits, inspections

Subscriber onlyLINCOLN -- The City Council revised an ordinance for building permits to require permits for alterations or remodeling projects. Continue reading...

Prairie Grove church builds home for couple

Subscriber onlyPrairie Grove Christian Church has built or rebuilt almost 30 homes to help those devastated by natural disasters and the latest house is about 10 miles from the church off Harmon Road. Continue reading...

Prairie Grove breaks housing permit record

Subscriber onlyPRAIRIE GROVE — The city already has set a record this year for total dwelling units and most likely will break its record for single-family homes by the end of the month. Continue reading...

Council approves $5 million bond issue

Subscriber onlyFARMINGTON — The city will have $5 million in bond money in the bank Sept. 26, money dedicated to improve streets and parks. Continue reading...

New Farmington High: Ready and waiting

Subscriber onlyFARMINGTON -- A groundbreaking ceremony for a new $13 million Farmington High School was held April 8, 2016, and now, less than 18 months later, the school is ready to hold an open house for the community, students and parents to come in and see the new building. Continue reading...

Prairie Grove students works on Muddy Fork erosion

Subscriber onlyMuddy Fork Branch of the Illinois River runs through part of the city and a group of seventh- and eighth-graders from Prairie Grove Middle School hope to improve its water quality and protect the land along its banks. Continue reading...

Lincoln seeks to replace water meters

Subscriber onlyCity officials will evaluate two bids on a project to replace all water meters and install system using handheld and mobile devices to read meters. Continue reading...

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