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Enyarts celebrate golden anniversary

Subscriber onlyRonnie and Carolyn Enyart of Colcord, Okla., will celebrate 50 years of marriage on Aug. 9, 2018. Continue reading...

10 Years Ago:"Saltwater Tea" garners first place award for Macfarlan

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DaySpring donates to Manna Center

Subscriber onlyPhoto submitted DaySpring employees contributed cash and food items for the 2018 in-house Manna Center Drive. The drive was held in June this year, using the soccer championship theme. The winning team (based on cash and items given) was Brazil, followed by Germany, Portugal and Argentina. Mark Brooker, executive director of The Manna Center, far right, picked up 166 non-perishable items and $319 in cash provided through this year's drive. Pictured are Dominique Seitz, co-leader of the DaySpring Ministry Opportunity Team, along with other teams' members, and Brooker. As the Manna Center adds to its client base, the organization has a greater need for non-perishable food items, as well as cash donations. Due to their ability to buy in bulk, the center can purchase a lot more food for $1 than an individual purchasing an item retail. The need for donations increases even more in the summer when kids are out of school and may not be able to take advantage of free school meals. Continue reading...

Maxwell receives promotion

Subscriber onlyMarty Joe Maxwell Jr. was promoted to sergeant in the U.S. Army in June 2018. Continue reading...

Colon Cancer: Earlier screening advised, new guidelines

Subscriber onlyColorectal cancer (CRC) is the fourth most commonly diagnosed cancer among adults in the United States. More than 140,000 Americans are expected to be diagnosed with CRC in 2018. Continue reading...

Gypsy Camp legacy lives on

Subscriber onlyFor more than 50 years campers spent their summers at the Gypsy Camp for Girls, making friends, spending time in nature and enjoying the water of the Illinois River. Continue reading...

Chamber to hold active-shooter training event

Subscriber onlyThe Siloam Springs Chamber of Commerce is partnering with the police department to host an informational seminar about what to do in the event of an active shooter situation, according to an official from the chamber. Continue reading...

Arrests and citations

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Obituaries

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Local couple plans to leave Siloam Springs following home invasion

Subscriber onlyA local couple is dealing with the aftermath of their home being burglarized and ransacked by a group of juveniles while they were out of town last week, police say. Continue reading...

City officials release list outlining development goals through 2020

Subscriber onlyCity officials have unveiled a list of goals they hope to achieve during 2019-2020. Continue reading...

Obituaries

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Arrests and Citations

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Planning commission to hold special meeting over townhome development

Subscriber onlyThe city planning commission decided in their meeting on Tuesday night that they will hold a special meeting on July 24 to further discuss the fate of a significant development permit that proposes the construction of several townhome-style dwelling units on the 1000 and 1100 blocks of S. Holly St. Continue reading...

Walls Talk to tell the story of the Butterfield Cabin

Subscriber onlyWalls Talk, the Siloam Springs Museum's second annual fundraiser, will take visitors on a trip back to a time when the mail was delivered by stagecoach. Continue reading...

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