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The key to mealtime success

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50 Years Ago: Red Hot Bargains at Feemster's Chevrolet & Olds

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New baby granddaughter brings joy beyond belief

Subscriber onlyOur ninth grandchild, Ashlin Jeanne Ault, arrived on Sunday, Aug. 17, very early in the morning after a long Saturday in labor (for momma) and in the waiting room (for the grandparents) before finally coming in this world as a lovely (you will excuse me as I continue to interject editorial comments like "lovely") eight-pound, 10-ounce little girl. Continue reading...

Eshnaur speaks to Kiwanis

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Crossword Puzzle

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Colcord schools launch mobile app

Free app makes Colcord information accessible on mobile devices

Subscriber onlyColcord Schools recently launched a free mobile app that will help the entire school community stay connected. Continue reading...

Why grow grass when you can grow food?

Subscriber onlyGENTRY -- One Gentry businessman took a different approach to keeping the lawn in front of his business mowed and trimmed. Instead of mowing it, he put in a community garden and shares the produce with area residents. Continue reading...

Obituaries

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Correction

Subscriber onlySunday's story "City Board wrangles with funding level of retiree health plan" had incorrect information. A statement by Ken Krafft should have read, "That used to be 100 percent for the retirees to do." Continue reading...

School menus

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Fire calls

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Serve Siloam, a 20-year JBU tradition

Subscriber onlyMore than 400 incoming freshmen at John Brown University spent Monday getting to know Siloam Springs through service to the community. Continue reading...

As students move back in, the old is new

n Completed $5.5 million renovation to JBU’s oldest building, J. Alvin Brown Hall means the university’s oldest traditions live on.

Subscriber onlyFifty unsuspecting freshman gathered under the balcony of J. Alvin Brown Hall -- beckoned by the flyers distributed on campus and fellow students who told them to show up for the "Annual Freshman Photo." Instead, they were victims of one of J. Alvin's infamous pranks. Continue reading...

Fisher Ford Bridge project creats problems for neighbors

Subscriber onlyConstruction of the Fisher Ford bridge is a means of convenience for people who need to cross the Illinois River, but it is the cause of distress for two men. Continue reading...

Details of cyclist's wreck remain murky

Subscriber onlyThe circumstances surrounding a bicycle rider's injuries are unknown after he was found bloody with his head across the center line of Gum Springs Road on Aug. 5. Continue reading...

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