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Prairie Grove breaks housing permit record

PRAIRIE 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.

Council approves $5 million bond issue

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

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New Farmington High: Ready and waiting

FARMINGTON -- 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.

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Prairie Grove students works on Muddy Fork erosion

Muddy 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.

Lincoln seeks to replace water meters

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

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Arkansas history comes alive for Farmington teacher

SUMMER PROJECT WILL RESULT IN NEW LESSON PLANS

FAYETTEVILLE -- There's something to be said for developing Arkansas history lesson plans in a house where history was made.

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Process continues to clean Farmington property

Neighbors 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.

Commission Approves Taco Bell Plans

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

Road project public meeting set

FARMINGTON — 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.

Farmington road project public meeting set

FARMINGTON -- 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.

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Belyn Rodgers, who teaches oral communications and AP Language and Composition, moves in boxes of bo...

Belyn Rodgers, who teaches oral communications and AP Language and Composition, moves in boxes of books to her new classroom at Fa...

Published: August 12, 2017

Several Farmington High School teachers moved into their new classrooms last week. Jennifer Fuson te...

Several Farmington High School teachers moved into their new classrooms last week. Jennifer Fuson teaches AP Literature and Compos...

Published: August 12, 2017

The Clinton House Museum is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is located at 930...

The Clinton House Museum is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is located at 930 W. Clinton Drive in Fayettevi...

Published: July 25, 2017

Farmington teacher Andrea Jenkins (right) is working at the Clinton House Museum this summer on less...

Farmington teacher Andrea Jenkins (right) is working at the Clinton House Museum this summer on lesson plans for Arkansas history ...

Published: July 25, 2017

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