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300 attend all-girls event at Camp Siloam

Subscriber only"What does it look like to let God see deeply into you?" said Megan Fate-Marshman, keynote speaker for Radiant, an all-girls retreat at Camp Siloam, located in Siloam Springs. "That's going to be our flow line for the weekend," said Marshman as she discussed intimacy with God and set the tone of the weekend for the 306 junior and senior high girls. Continue reading...

50 Years Ago: Girl honored for bravery during fire

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Get ready to save daylight time

Subscriber onlyGet ready to enjoy an extra hour of daylight, and sunshine we hope, as Daylight-saving time begins very soon. On March 8, it will happen. We will be seeing daylight for a longer time each day, as we "spring forward" to make more time for work and play while the sun shines. Daylight-saving time (no second 'S' on saving, as many of us have commonly thought and frequently pronounced it) was introduced around the time of World War I. Ben Franklin is sometimes thought to have set forth the idea of saving daylight time, but he actually just proposed a change in sleep schedules. Continue reading...

Chamber of Commerce creates new award to honor Cavness for volunteerism

Subscriber onlyA new recognition award will be given each year at the Siloam Springs Chamber of Commerce's annual banquet. Continue reading...

Regional Hospital offers help enrolling in ACA during special period

Subscriber onlyIf you're in the process of filing your 2014 taxes and learn you're going to be penalized for not having health insurance last year, you may qualify for a special enrollment period to obtain coverage for 2015. Continue reading...

School Menus

Subscriber onlyThis is the Siloam Springs School District's March menus. Continue reading...

No local passes will be honored

Subscriber onlyWhen the 6A State Basketball Tournament, hosted by Siloam Springs High School March 4-7, gets going, no locally issued passes will be honored. Continue reading...

Can you see the light -- the zodiacal light?

Subscriber onlyMarch will see a change of season and, as we humans reckon it, we will change our way of marking time. Daylight-saving time starts at 2 a.m. for most of the United States and Canada the night of March 8. Spring officially begins in the northern hemisphere at the equinox, 5:45 p.m., Central Daylight Time, March 20. "Things, they are a-changin'..." as Bob Dylan noted a long time ago when I was in college. Continue reading...

Hospital blood drive Thursday

Subscriber onlyBlood drive Continue reading...

SoNA presents Masterworks III Concert March 8

n Symphony journeys through land and sea with ‘Surf and Turf’ performance.

Subscriber onlyChart a course for the high seas and back again when the Symphony of Northwest Arkansas, under the baton of acclaimed SoNA Music Director Paul Haas, presents its Masterworks III "Surf and Turf" concert. Continue reading...

Chapman to give the Inaugural Abila Lecture in Biblical Archeology

Subscriber onlyJohn Brown University will host David Chapman at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, March 5, in the Cathedral of the Ozarks for a lecture entitled "Crucifixion in the Roman World." Continue reading...

Manna Center receives Agency of the Year award

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Sliced and Diced cooks up competition

Subscriber onlySILOAM SPRINGS -- The Garden in Siloam Springs held its inaugural Sliced and Diced Competition Saturday at the Community Building. Continue reading...

Obituaries

Subscriber onlyEleanor Broughton Continue reading...

More winter weather expected

Subscriber onlyWinter came late this year, and -- according to the forecast -- it isn't over yet. Continue reading...

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