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Citizens sign copy of Constitution

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Chalk it Up 2017

Subscriber onlyThe annual Chalk it Up event, sponsored by the city parks and recreation department, was held in Bob Henry Park on Saturday morning. Kids of all ages got a chance to try fun activities that included an inflatable bounce house, crafts, painting, having their caricatures drawn and of course drawing on the sidewalks with chalk. Continue reading...

Roast and toasts ahead for Aggie

Texas A&M; alum Randy Torres will be the recepient of this year’s Outstanding Civic Leadership Award

Subscriber onlyOn Thursday night, the Siloam Springs Chamber of Commerce and guests will get together for a night to honor and laugh with Randy Torres, who was named the recipient of the chamber's Outstanding Civic Leadership Award. Continue reading...

Girls Night Out Sept. 21

Subscriber onlyLadies can enjoy an evening of shopping, dining and door prizes with Main Street Siloam Springs' Girls Night Out this Thursday. Continue reading...

JBU holds public forum on intersection of religion and politics

Bestselling author Rod Dreher and former White House staffer Michael Wear to lead discussion

Subscriber onlyJohn Brown University will host New York Times bestselling author Rod Dreher and former White House staffer Michael Wear in a public forum at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 26, in the Simmons Great Hall. Continue reading...

Educating for the future

Subscriber onlySiloam Springs High School recently released a video titled "Educating for the Future," celebrating and highlighting the district's career technical education program, that has attracted a lot of attention. Continue reading...

Bright Futures provides backpacks, haircuts for back to school

Subscriber onlyBright Futures Siloam Springs gave away more than 500 backpacks with supplies to students in need and provided 40 free back-to-school haircuts at the Backpack Bonanza on Aug. 12, program director Sarah Jones reported at Thursday's school board meeting. Continue reading...

Obituaries

Subscriber onlyAlice Bishop Church Continue reading...

SSRH appoints new Healthy Community Advisory Council members

Subscriber onlySiloam Springs Regional Hospital (SSRH) recently appointed several new members to its Healthy Community Advisory Council. New members include Adrienne Barr, Julie Chandler, Patti Eiland, Trish Houston, Carley Humpherys, Marnita Marler, Donna Reese, Rose Sparrow, Stephanie Truitt and Sheila Wilmeth. Continue reading...

Obituaries

Subscriber onlyJesse Ray Herrmann Continue reading...

From Greenland to Siloam Springs

Country’s minister and undersecretary of education research vocational programs

Subscriber onlyEducation officials from the country of Greenland toured Siloam Springs High School on Wednesday to get a look at the school's vocational programs. Continue reading...

SSHS scores above state average on ACT

Subscriber onlySiloam Springs High School's ACT scores are higher than the state average and have stayed steady over the past year, Kelly Svebek reported to the school board on Tuesday evening. Continue reading...

Planners OK manufactured home amendments

Subscriber onlyAn ordinance that would overhaul Siloam Springs' manufactured home development code is one step closer to approval after planners recommended approval by the Board of Directors on Tuesday. This week's Planning and Zoning Commission meeting featured an agenda with a single item that contained an array of amendments to the city code on manufactured homes. Continue reading...

Ten ordinances on agenda for city board

Tuesday’s meeting to be headlined by zoning amendments

Subscriber onlyMembers of the Siloam Springs Board of Directors will convene on Tuesday to consider an agenda that contains ten ordinances, along with a pair of contracts and a single resolution. Continue reading...

Reunions and remembrances

Subscriber onlyThis Saturday, Sept. 16, the 1964-1979 classes of Siloam Springs High School will meet at Camp Siloam. Some 500 people are expected to attend and I hope even more show up. It should be a grand time for reminiscing and meeting up with folks you haven't seen in years or even decades. Continue reading...

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