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AHTD to hold public meeting

Subscriber onlyThe Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department (AHTD) will hold a Public Involvement Meeting in Siloam Springs to discuss plans to construct a 4-lane railroad and Country Club Rd. overpass on Highway 43 (Cheri Whitlock Drive) in Siloam Springs. Continue reading...

First aid for eyes

Subscriber onlySchool is out for summer and children will be enjoying all their vacation has to offer. Warm weather sports and activities can sometimes lead to an eye injury. While we never want an accident to happen, it's important to know what to do when one occurs. Continue reading...

Six essentials for maintaining a lush lawn

Subscriber onlyNot so long ago there was a veteran extension agent here in Benton County whose specialty was the production of bermudagrass hay. He says there are three things you need for good hay production: rain, rain, and more rain! Well, May and early June 2015 sure fill that bill, and your lawn may look like a hayfield as a result. Arkansas summers can become hot and dry quickly, so let's consider several management practices that will help keep your bermudagrass lawn green from now until frost. Continue reading...

City holds workshop for future goals

Subscriber onlyThe Siloam Springs City Board of Directors met for a workshop to discuss future goals for the city at the First Bank Community Room on Tuesday, June 23. Continue reading...

Kids on a mission

Subscriber onlyDuring the week of June 22 - 26 teenagers from all over the state met in Siloam Springs to lend a helping hand to the community. Continue reading...

Summer Lunch Program expands

Subscriber onlySiloam Springs School District's summer meal program opened two new mobile locations with the hopes of making the free lunches more accessible. Continue reading...

Obituaries

Subscriber onlyRaymond Odell Chapman Continue reading...

Fire Calls

Subscriber onlyJune 11 Continue reading...

One woman's tour of Siloam Springs

Subscriber onlyIt is easy for me to talk about and write about my love for and pride in Siloam Springs. Continue reading...

No better place to live

Subscriber onlySiloam Springs is by our choice the place we want to live. When we moved to the Siloam Springs area, the things we considered were the schools, the medical facilities and personnel, the churches, water sources, presence of a library and the availability of employment. Continue reading...

Natural Falls, Natural Beauty

Subscriber onlyNatural Falls State Park, located about 15 minutes west of Siloam Springs in Delaware County, Okla., "features a 77-foot-tall waterfall cascading through rock formations and creating a hidden, serene atmosphere at the bottom of a narrow V-shaped valley," according to the Oklahoma State Parks website. Continue reading...

Copacetic, cornfields, convertible

Subscriber onlySmithsonian Magazine threw me a curve when, in May 2012, their writer described Siloam Springs as "copacetic." I hadn't heard that word in years, possibly never in a business setting. My American Heritage Dictionary shows copacetic to be slang, meaning "excellent" or "first rate." I'm fine with that definition. Continue reading...

Taqueria El Rancho still popular after 15 years

Subscriber onlyAfter 15 years of business, Lourdes Alvarado feels like her taqueria is a communal location for all classes of people. Continue reading...

To protect and serve

Subscriber onlyPolice officers have always been ready to take on the unexpected and willing to step in harm's way. They've completed one of the most difficult jobs when the going gets tough, but police officers have continued to hit the streets every day to protect and serve the community. Continue reading...

1920s Craftsman home restored to former glory

Subscriber onlyRandy and Sharon Bever have spent nearly a year and a large chunk of their savings on refurbishing and rehabilitating a 1920s Craftsman home at 623 East Twin Springs St. Continue reading...

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