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Oklahoma and Arkansas Honor Flight sponsor third trip

Subscriber onlySeventy-one local veterans, including three from Siloam Springs, visited Washington D.C. on Wednesday, courtesy of the Oklahoma and Arkansas Honor Flight association. Continue reading...

EMS calls

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Fire calls

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Health Inspections

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Cha places in Third Congressional District Art Competition

n The event was held at the Siloam Springs Public Library.

Subscriber onlySeven high school students from across Northwest Arkansas, including Matthew Cha of Siloam Springs, were awarded for their creativity during the Third Congressional District Art Competition awards presentation on Thursday. Continue reading...

Board to consider renovating old post office

n The future of the building was discussed during a workshop Tuesday.

Subscriber onlyThe old post office in downtown Siloam Springs has sat empty and watched the rest of the historic downtown district blossom around it since being sold at auction in 2011. Continue reading...

Board places pair of debated ordinances on second reading

The next step was taken on ordinances amending business licenses and alcohol code.

Subscriber onlyAn ordinance that would raise the late fees for business licenses has been placed on its second reading after a second round of debate at Tuesday's Board of Directors meeting. Continue reading...

Obituaries

Subscriber onlySteven Eugene Church Continue reading...

Letter Policy

Subscriber onlyAll letters must contain a signature, the author's complete name, address and telephone number for verification purposes. Continue reading...

Five actions you can take to keep blood sugar at healthy levels

Subscriber onlyDiabetes affects nearly 30 million people in the United States -- a stunning 10 percent of the overall population. And recent research reveals that diabetes is now the third leading cause of death, not the seventh, as was previously thought. Perhaps the most concerning statistic is that one in four people living with diabetes is unaware that they have the disease. Continue reading...

SSFD officials speak to Rotary

Subscriber onlyPhoto submitted Jeremy Criner, Siloam Springs Fire Chief, and John Vanatta, Deputy Fire Chief, were the guest speakers to the Siloam Springs Rotary Club on April 4. They gave insight to the current training and anticipated upgrades in equipment coming to the department. Pictured from left, are Jim Grossardt, President-elect of the Rotary Club, Vanatta and Criner. Continue reading...

10 Years Ago: Chamber sells historic Connelly-Harrington House

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Celebrating Earth Day at Eagle Watch Nature Trail

Subscriber onlyUniversity of Arkansas professor Don Steinkraus will give a presentation on the importance of butterflies and moths to the ecosystem as part of Earth Day celebrations at Eagle Watch Nature Trail from 9:30 a.m. to noon on Saturday. Continue reading...

Getting rid of moles

n Scouting runs and correctly using traps and baits increase effectiveness.

Subscriber onlySPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Moles get busy this time of year digging up lawns and gardens. Their activity can create tripping hazards and ruin the aesthetics of landscaped areas. That damage is why homeowners start seeking remedies this time of year according to Kelly McGowan, horticulture educator with University of Missouri Extension. Continue reading...

Pizza opening to benefit Dustin's Dream

Subscriber onlyA new pizza joint is getting ready to open up in Siloam Springs, and they are looking to do it in a way that makes a positive impact on their new community. Continue reading...

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