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Award-winning artists headline annual writing and arts festival

Subscriber onlyJohn Brown University welcomes three award-winning artists for the annual Giving Voice Festival: A Festival of Writing and Arts from Wednesday, Sept. 19 to Friday, Sept. 21. Continue reading...

What on Earth is a bone spur?

Subscriber onlyIn contrast to its name, a bone spur is a smooth, bony growth that forms over a long period of time. Many bone spurs -- or osteophytes, as they are formally known -- cause no symptoms at all, and you may not know you have one until it shows up during a routine imaging study. The condition is quite common, and can occur in any one of several areas of the body. Continue reading...

30 Years Ago: Panthers skunk Ozark Hillbillies

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Avery speaks on school bus safety

Subscriber onlyPhoto submitted Steve Avery, director of transportation for the Siloam Springs School District, gave a talk to the Rotary Club about school bus safety in our area as well as about opportunities for school bus drivers. The Siloam Springs Rotary Club meets every Tuesday from noon to 1 p.m. in the Dye Conference Room on the campus of John Brown University. Continue reading...

Man in custody after leading police on pursuit

Subscriber onlyA Farmington man was arrested in connection with felony fleeing charges after being suspected of leading Siloam Springs Police Officers on a near six-mile pursuit. Continue reading...

Local man charged with assaulting his mother

Subscriber onlyA Siloam Springs man was arrested in connection with a felony domestic battery charge after police received a report that he had assaulted his mother. Continue reading...

August sales taxes show slight decrease from last year

Subscriber onlySiloam Springs city sales tax receipts for last month showed a decrease of $5,345.78 when compared to the same month last year. Continue reading...

Commission approves preliminary plat for new residential subdivision

Subscriber onlyA preliminary plat development permit was approved by the planning and zoning commission that could lead to the development of a new residential subdivision. Continue reading...

Obituaries

Subscriber onlyN. Sue Hurt Continue reading...

Community Calendar

Subscriber onlyMission at the Workplace Luncheon Continue reading...

Fallout from threat closes Kansas Schools

School officials closed school on Friday because of declining attendence.

Subscriber onlyKANSAS, Okla. -- A Delaware County school has decided not to hold classes on Friday due to declining attendance after social media reported a school shooting was planned on Friday. Continue reading...

La-Z-Boy dedicated to local history

First chair off Siloam La-Z-Boy line donated to museum $25,000 donated for manufacturing/industrial exhibit

Subscriber onlyWhen La-Z-Boy came to Siloam Springs in 1973 and began production in the former Pet Milk Plant on Waukesha Road, the company had the foresight to donate the first chair off the assembly line to the Siloam Springs Museum. Continue reading...

Obituaries

Subscriber onlyAmy May Brown Continue reading...

Teachers of the Year recognized

Subscriber onlySix teachers of the year -- one from each school in the Siloam Springs district -- were recognized during Thursday's school board meeting. Continue reading...

Board to decide city's 2019 health insurance provider Tuesday

Subscriber onlyCity board members will consider approving a contract on Tuesday night that will determine the health and medical insurance provider for city employees for 2019. Continue reading...