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Bed races feature cash prizes; registration deadline looms

Subscriber onlyTeams who push their beds to victory or take second place will win cash prizes in the third-annual Bed Races on April 26. Continue reading...

Obituaries

Subscriber onlyHenry 'Ira' Cornell Jr. Continue reading...

Dogwood Festival pageant set for April 26

Subscriber onlyEntries for the 2014 Miss Dogwood Festival Pageant will be accepted until Saturday. Continue reading...

Easter Eggstravaganza at Faith Alive Church

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Farmers Market season kicks off on Saturday

Subscriber onlySiloam Springs Farmers Market will open for the season at 8 a.m. Saturday in City Park at University and Mount Olive streets. Continue reading...

n Jeffries presents Little House classes to take students back in time inside her century-old Siloam Springs home.

Subscriber onlyMary Jeffries, dressed as a 19th century school marm, cheerfully greeted children as they came in her front door last week. Continue reading...

Downtown master plan draft draws excellent reviews

Subscriber onlyDraft renderings of what downtown could look like were included in a 210-page presentation for the downtown master plan. Continue reading...

In Focus offers free senior photos

Subscriber onlyIn Focus, the student photography club at John Brown University's Visual Arts Department, will be taking free professional quality senior portraits for local high school students on April 26. Continue reading...

Grocery, one of the oldest businesses in Gravette, is closing soon

Subscriber onlyGRAVETTE -- A business that has been part of Gravette since its beginning, more than a century ago, is closing its doors. Continue reading...

Tired Iron ready for Spring Crank-up

Gentry club will hold three-day antique engine and tractor show this weekend

Subscriber onlyGENTRY -- Things are again cranking up at the Tired Iron of the Ozarks show grounds south of Gentry in preparation for the three-day show which begins Friday. Continue reading...

Library Week April 13-19

Subscriber onlyIf you haven't been to the library lately, National Library Week is the perfect time to get reacquainted. During the week of April 13-19 libraries across the country will be celebrating this special week. Continue reading...

25 Years Ago: City demands EMS protection

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Brighten Up Brunch

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Mobile apps for social good

Subscriber onlyTechnology seems to have a lot of downfalls -- E-waste, toxic conditions for laborers, rising prices -- but if people learn to take advantage of the technology, they can help make the world a better place. Here's a compilation of mobile apps -- with the help of EarthTalk and Mashable, a culturally relevant list-making website -- that can help make your life, the life of those around you, and the world a better place. Continue reading...

There's nothing baaad about raising goats

Subscriber onlyDan Frye grew up in the country and finds peace among the rolling hills on his farm southeast of Southwest City in Benton County. The old home place in Oklahoma is just two and a half miles from his current home. Continue reading...

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