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City in stalemate on appointment

City board will try again to choose method to fill empty seat.

Subscriber onlySiloam Springs' Board of Directors tackled two meetings' worth of agenda on Tuesday night to make up for a cancellation on Aug. 8 from lack of quorum. In their first meeting of the month, the board was still shorthanded, with Director Brad Burns absent and an empty seat left from Lucas Roebuck's departure. Continue reading...

St. Mary Catholic celebrates new sculptures

Subscriber onlyParishioners at St. Mary Catholic Church in Siloam Springs celebrated the installation of new sculptures from Spain during a special mass on Tuesday. Continue reading...

Obituaries

Subscriber onlyRex Lee Allen Continue reading...

Fire calls

Subscriber onlyJuly 26 Continue reading...

Arrests and citations

Subscriber onlyJuly 31 Continue reading...

The right fuel for young athletes

Subscriber onlyExact calorie requirements vary by weight, height, gender and sport, but growing teen athletes may need to eat as many as 5,000 calories each day, according to the American Academy of Family Physicians. Continue reading...

Writers Guild announces poetry contest

Subscriber onlyThe Siloam Springs Writers Guild announces the 2017 chapter of the annual Roy Chesney Fund Siloam Springs Poem of the Year contest. The Roy Chesney Fund sponsors this award to honor local authorship of poetry and to promote appreciation of the fine arts, especially those which draw attention to nature and its beauties. Continue reading...

Book to tell stories of days gone by

Subscriber onlyHometown Memories is wrapping up its publication of local stories in a book titled "A Living History of The Arkansas Ozark Mountains, Grapevine Swings and Hill Top Farms." The hardcover, coffee table book will contain tales of bygone years from Arkansans who actually lived them. Continue reading...

Gentry hosting "Go Healthy" event

Subscriber onlyGENTRY -- "Go Healthy" is a program that helps a person take charge of his or her health and enjoy the better lifestyle that the Community Family Health Fair is offering. Free tests such as glucose, blood pressure, fitness, body-fat analysis, health age, dental, vision, medical, nutrition (with food samples), oxygen flow-meter and more will be available. Haircuts are offered. too. Continue reading...

DaySpring holds Creative Greenhouse art classes

Subscriber onlyCommunity members got a chance to try hand lettering under the tutelage of some of DaySpring Cards' professional artists last month. Continue reading...

Carr to be honored by Oklahoma Hall of Fame

Subscriber onlyIt may be small geographically, but being the mayor of West Siloam Springs is no easy task. And now, the Oklahoma town's mayor for the past 17 years, Elaine Carr, will be honored for her continuing involvement in guiding the border community by being inducted into the Oklahoma Mayor's Hall of Fame. Continue reading...

Northside classroom addition complete

Subscriber onlyPreschool students will be heading into brand new classrooms when they start school next week. Continue reading...

Literacy Council announces new director

Subscriber onlyDogwood Literacy Council has a new director -- Charlie Muessemeyer -- and is getting ready to kick-off its fall programs with a celebration of International Literacy Day on Sept. 8. Continue reading...

Obituaries

Subscriber onlyJulian George Atkins II Continue reading...

Health Inspections

Subscriber onlyJuly 28 Continue reading...