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Mount Olive rezoning proposal moves forward

Subscriber onlyThe city board voted on Tuesday night to allow a controversial proposal to rezone a property located at 817 N. Mount Olive St. to move onto its third and final reading during their next meeting on Oct. 2. Continue reading...

Tour showcases results of streambank restoration project

In the two years before the project was completed, the landowner lost about 50 feet of property to erosion.

Subscriber onlyNature conservationists, students, industry representatives and local residents convened at Gibbs Ranch on Thursday to see the results of a streambank restoration project that managed to save approximately 2,500 feet of the Osage Creek from erosion that has resulted from flooding events. Continue reading...

Barrett to speak at Christian Women in the Workplace luncheon

Subscriber onlySusan Barrett, current chairman of John Brown University's Board of Trustees and retired president of Mercy Health, will be the keynote speaker of the upcoming Mission at the Workplace seminar and luncheon, sponsored by Christian Women in the Workplace. Continue reading...

Packing parties help address food insecurity

n More than 5,000 meals were prepared recently at Second Baptist Church.

Subscriber onlyAbout 25 members of Second Baptist Church donned hairnets and gloves and gathered around long tables in the church's dining hall on Saturday morning to measure out scoops of rice, soy protein, vitamins, seasoning and dried vegetables and funnel them into packages. Continue reading...

JBU alumni to reflect on service in the Vietnam War

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JBU and Mutiny FX partner on new motion graphics offering

n Alumni meet growing demand for VFX talent.

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City celebrates dog park opening

Subscriber onlyOfficials from the city and Simmons Foods celebrated the grand opening of the Tails and Trails Dog Park with the community on Saturday morning. Continue reading...

Farm to Table event a treat

Subscriber onlyThe fourth annual Farm to Table dinner took place on Sunday night, where farmers, residents, industry representatives and city officials gathered to celebrate the city's continued dedication to the Siloam Springs Farmers Market and those who make it happen. Continue reading...

Kayaks on Sager Creek: This week's look at city's future goals

The timeline for goal’s completion is set for the third quarter of 2019.

Subscriber onlyJust over two months ago, the city board adopted a list of six goals they hope to bring to fruition between now and 2020. Continue reading...

Kids get creative in the park

Subscriber onlyChildren got a chance to get creative during the annual Chalk It Up festival in Bob Henry Park on Saturday. Continue reading...

Arrests and citations

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Pickin' Time planned for Sept. 27-29

Subscriber onlyThe eighth annual Pickin' Time on 59 -- a 26-mile-long yard sale stretching along Arkansas Highway 59 from Siloam Springs to Sulphur Springs -- is planned for Sept. 27 through 29. Continue reading...

School Board receives report on summer meal program

Subscriber onlyOver the past four years, the Siloam Springs School District's summer meal program has served 55,182 lunches and nearly 60,000 meals in total, according to Jason Carter, director of child nutrition for the district. Continue reading...

Obituaries

Subscriber onlyBobby Lewis Backer Continue reading...

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