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Process continues to clean Farmington property

Subscriber onlyNeighbors concerned about property at 97 N. Double Springs Road continue to show at monthly City Council meetings to get updates on what the city is doing to clean the property. Continue reading...

Commission Approves Taco Bell Plans

Subscriber onlyFARMINGTON -- Dairy Queen opened a new restaurant in Farmington last year and now Taco Bell is coming to town. Continue reading...

Road project public meeting set

Subscriber onlyFARMINGTON — The city will hold a public information meeting from 4 to 7 p.m. today at the Farmington High School’s Performing Arts Center on the design plans to widen and improve two miles of Arkansas 170. Continue reading...

Farmington road project public meeting set

Subscriber onlyFARMINGTON -- The city will hold a public information meeting from 4 to 7 p.m. today at the Farmington High School's Performing Arts Center on the design plans to widen and improve two miles of Arkansas 170. Continue reading...

Lincoln garden grows bigger, better

Subscriber onlyMany families are supplementing their meals this summer with produce from Lincoln's community garden. Continue reading...

Farmington School Board eyes millage increase

Subscriber onlyThe School Board will wait until its July 10 meeting to decide whether to ask voters to approve a 1.25-mill property tax increase to help pay for phase 3 of the high school campus. Continue reading...

Prairie Grove approves new housing subdivision

Subscriber onlyThe City Council recently approved the preliminary plat for a new subdivision in the Valley View area. Continue reading...

Chuan Fa America offers self-defense training for visually impaired students

Subscriber onlyAn area martial arts school recently gave basic, self-defense lessons to a group of students who could be vulnerable during an altercation. Continue reading...

Farmington approve floodplain update plan

Subscriber onlyA study to update the city's floodplain will look at three streams in the city to provide accurate information for flood insurance maps. Continue reading...

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