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Board approves Burger King

The city issued a referendum to update its Social Security policy.

Subscriber onlyIt's official: Burger King is coming to Siloam Springs. Continue reading...

Football seniors mentoring kids

n The program begins once the season is over.

Subscriber onlyFootball season might be over, but senior Siloam Springs football players are still using their practice time to make a difference for younger students. Continue reading...

Health Inspections

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National commander visits VFW

Subscriber onlyThe Siloam Springs Veterans of Foreign Wars post welcomed the national VFW Commander-in-Chief on Wednesday, Feb. 3. Continue reading...

Obituaries

Subscriber onlyLois Mae Hutchens Continue reading...

Letter to the Editor

Subscriber onlyCundiff's predictions Continue reading...

Primavera Garden Club

Subscriber onlyPhoto submitted Judie Branson of the American Hemerocallis Society spoke at the Primavera Garden club in January. She shared her love of daylilies in general and some history of Pauline Henry's gardens. Pauline Henry hybridized many daylilies and was from Siloam Springs. Branson is a master gardener who lives in Springdale and grows hundreds of daylilies in her garden. She has a large section of just Siloam Springs daylilies. Sue Allen hosted the meeting in her home. Co-hostesses were Christina Castleman and Annetta Elgie. Pictured from left to right are Christina Castleman, Judie Branson, Sue Allen and Annetta Elgie. Continue reading...

Comiskey's class earns sportsmanship Saylor's class honored for sportsmanship Hardin's class wins fifth-grade tournament Pianalto's class wins sixth-grade division

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10 Years Ago: Main Street honors Dilbecks

Subscriber only50 years Ago Continue reading...

Sales tax up for December 2015

Subscriber onlySiloam Springs sales tax receipts were up $68,028 in December compared to the same month last year. Continue reading...

Book clubs, new library and Zinio

Subscriber onlyThe library now has book club kits available for check-out. There are eight books in each kit and some have a book discussion guide. Some of the titles we have include: Continue reading...

Planets line up in February sky

Subscriber onlyCold weather and gloomy skies, interspersed with sleet, drizzle and snow! Perhaps this is not the best time of year to attempt amateur sky watching. Continue reading...

JBU Announces Gov. Hutchinson as Inaugural Speaker of Barnett Civic Leadership Speaker Series

Subscriber onlyGov. Asa Hutchinson will be the inaugural speaker for John Brown University's new Barnett Civic Leadership Speaker Series, the university announced this week. Continue reading...

Collision on Kenwood

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Buses keeping kids safe

n The school board recently heard a report from the district’s transportation department.

Subscriber onlyEach day the Siloam Springs School District's school buses drive nearly 1,300 miles -- the distance from Siloam Springs to New York -- as they deliver students to and from school. Continue reading...

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