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All Fayetteville Public Utilities offices will be closed on Tuesday, Dec. 24, and Wednesday, Dec. 25, for the Christmas holiday. Please continue to call the FPU office at 433-1522 to report utility outages or leaks. A service crew will be available during the holiday to assist with emergencies.
Ollivene Mitchell, The Times’ classified advertising manager, awards two winners of the newspaper’s Halloween Coloring Contest $50 each for their winning entries. Haley Woodward, age six, is the daughter of Billy and Sandra Woodward of McBurg, and 11-year-old Wyatt Johnson is the son of Susan Johnson of Fayetteville.
Quilts hanging throughout Sir’s Fabrics in Fayetteville offer visitors a chance to vote on their favorite quilt while also benefiting the Lincoln County Toy Drive, which provides Christmas toys for underprivileged Lincoln County children up to the age of 12. Visitors to the store can vote on their favorite quilts for $1 per vote, with the dollar going to the toy drive.
Lincoln County USDA Farm Service Agency (FSA) Executive Director Joe L. Ashby announced that producers now have until Jan. 15, 2014, to report crops that have a Nov. 15, 2013, or Dec. 15, 2013, reporting deadline without paying a late-file fee. Crops under this waiver include wheat and native and improved grasses intended for grazing or haying. The Risk Management Agency (RMA) did not grant a waiver so producers need
Mineral Springs Farm located in Taft is a new member of the American Angus Association, reports Bryce Schumann, CEO of the national breed organization headquartered in Saint Joseph, Mo. The American Angus Association, with over 24,000 active adult and junior members, is the largest beef breed association in the world. Its computerized records include detailed information on more than 17 million registered Angus. The association records ancestral information keeps production
Higgins Funeral Home recently held the “50 Plus Transitional Workshop” at the Kelly Pittenger Senior Center in Fayetteville. The workshop was focused on local individuals age 50 and over to help them understand planning options for their transition into the rest of their lives. “We are always looking for ways to serve our community, and our recent workshop is an example of our focus on helping local families make
The Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development has launched a network of social media sites dedicated to quickly informing job seekers of local jobs, workshops and job fairs. In a constant search for new avenues to inform Tennesseans about new job opportunities, the department joins the conversation 140 characters at a time to disseminate new jobs directly and instantly via Twitter. “The vision of the Department of Labor and