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40 years of the Poppy Lady

n Barnett has been crafting red crepe paper flowers before each Memorial Day since 1977.

Subscriber onlyOver the past 40 years, Laurine Barnett has earned the nickname of the Poppy Lady. Continue reading...

Gryder's Skyranch flying higher

Subscriber onlySkydive Skyranch already draws tourists in to Siloam Springs due to the unique nature of its business. But this month, owner Dan Gryder took steps to make the skydiving company a destination for tourists around the nation. Continue reading...

Local composers perform at spring concert

Subscriber onlyTwo Siloam Springs High School students got a chance to perform music they composed themselves at the spring band concert on May 9. Continue reading...

Obituaries

Subscriber onlyGeorge Henry Fisher Continue reading...

Boys & Girls Club receives Walmart Foundation grant

Subscriber onlyThe Boys & Girls Club of Western Benton County recently received a grant in the amount of $74,000 from the Walmart Foundation to provide youth greater access to summer and after-school programs provided by the Boys & Girls Club of Western Benton County. Continue reading...

10 Years Ago: Kidd four-time All-Stater

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Ward and Barnes to wed

Subscriber onlyGary and Karen Ward of Siloam Springs, Ark., announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter Crystal Nicole Ward of Fayetteville, Ark., to Caleb Lee Barnes of Fayetteville. Continue reading...

Meeker named to Dean's List at Evangel University

Subscriber onlyMacy Payton Meeker, daughter of Mike and Gretta Meeker of Siloam Springs, was named to the fall 2016 Dean's List at Evangel University in Springfield, Mo. Continue reading...

Don't lose sleep

Subscriber onlyNot sleeping well is more than an inconvenience. Are you counting sheep or the items on tomorrow's "to do" list all night? If so, you may want to examine your overall health. It takes more than a morning cup of coffee to recover from the effects of lack of sleep. Continue reading...

Siloam Springs student accepted into select Youth Leadership Institute

Subscriber onlyWILMORE, Ky. -- Directors of the Youth Becoming Leaders Institute (YBL) have announced that Katherine Arrington -- a freshman from Siloam Springs, Ark., and a member of the First Baptist Church -- has been chosen (out of just 30 students from nearly a dozen states) into the selective, two-week, residential institute to be held June 5-16 at Asbury University. Continue reading...

Renovation approved for old Post Office

Subscriber onlyOne of Siloam Springs' oldest downtown buildings is set to get some much-needed attention after members of the Board of Directors voted to approve a budget amendment devoting up to $350,000 to the restoration of the old Post Office. Continue reading...

FD holds in-house water safety, rescue training

Subscriber onlyDuring the flooding event in late April, Siloam Springs' Fire Department successfully responded to calls for seven swift water rescues and several more calls for submerged vehicles. This week, the department took steps to ensure preparedness for both the next flood and the summer, when more people will be spending time in and near Siloam Springs' rivers and creeks. Continue reading...

Scholarship awards total $6.2 million

Honor grads recognized at Chamber luncheon

Subscriber onlySiloam Springs High School's class of 2017 received more than $555,000 in local scholarships and $5.7 million in college, military and state financial aid at the 41st annual Scholarship Program on Thursday evening. Continue reading...

Obituaries

Subscriber onlyJohn Paul Bierman Continue reading...

Fire calls

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