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30 Years Ago: Gates Rubber bowling team won state championship

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'A Race Against Lyme' set for May 30

Subscriber onlyRunners can help raise awareness and fund research about Lyme disease during "A Race Against Lyme." Continue reading...

Obituaries

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Correction

Subscriber onlyThe May 20 story titled "Museum needs $375,000 to move into old post office" incorrectly reported the Siloam Springs Museum Commission had four members. The Museum Commission had six members. The newspaper apologizes for the error. Continue reading...

Factory tour gives students a look at careers

Subscriber onlyHigh school students learned about local career opportunities during the Industry Tour Day on May 5. Continue reading...

School Board votes to continue September elections

Subscriber onlySchool board elections in Siloam Springs will continue to be held on the third Tuesday of September. Continue reading...

Cowboys raise money for kids in need

Subscriber onlyThe Cowboys for Kids event was a success, according to Rex Robrahn. Although Ability Tree is still waiting on some donations from sponsors, the event has netted more than $2,500 after all the overhead is paid. Continue reading...

15 feet high and rising

n Flash floods along river endanger some but injure none.

Subscriber onlyThe moving water rescue division of the Emergency Management Department of Benton County received two calls for service over Memorial Day weekend. Continue reading...

Program dedicated to fallen

Subscriber onlyVeterans and their families were joined by state senators and the mayor for the Memorial Day Ceremony at American Legion Post 29 as they honored those who lost their lives in the line of duty. Continue reading...

Every 'Hero' has a story

Subscriber onlyThe Siloam Springs Public Library will start sign-ups for the 2015 Summer Reading Program on June 1. Summer Reading Programming will begin June 8. Every child (or parent/caretaker) with a library card may participate in reading this summer and will be eligible for free reading incentives. Continue reading...

Beautiful birds and blooms of spring

Subscriber onlyThe birds of North America are much to be enjoyed, especially, I think, in the spring. We are very much enjoying the blooms over the past weeks and now approaching summer, as the peonies and irises have that faded and dropped off need to be trimmed up to make our yards neat. Likewise, the azalea blooms have all turned brown, leaving only their foliage to enjoy for the summer months. Continue reading...

Final stadium construction cost slightly over budget

Subscriber onlyThe final construction cost for Panther Stadium was over budget by approximately 1 percent of the project total, or $61,131, assistant superintendent Jody Wiggins reported at Tuesday's School Board meeting. Continue reading...

Clement resigns as CEO of hospital

Subscriber onlySiloam Springs Regional Hospital chief executive officer Kevin Clement resigned effective May 22, 2015. Continue reading...

Brown leaving board; election will fill spot

Subscriber onlyDirector Dennis Brown of Ward 1 announced to the Siloam Springs City Board of Directors on Tuesday that he is engaged and will be moving from his home in Ward 1, and thus he will have to leave his position as director. Continue reading...

DaySpring to fight summer hunger with Pack Shack

n Employees to pack 20,000 meals for Siloam Springs area.

Subscriber onlyThe employees of DaySpring Cards will team with The Pack Shack to pack more than 20,000 meals for local food banks and charitable organizations on Tuesday morning. Continue reading...

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