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Come fly with me, we'll fly, we'll fly away

Subscriber onlyRemote control planes and drones took to the skies during the Siloam Springs RC Modelers semi-annual fun fly on Saturday. Continue reading...

Northside Elementary Library addition showing progress

Subscriber onlyWork on the new Northside Elementary School Library addition is moving forward. Continue reading...

Northeast Tech students head for national competition

Subscriber onlyKANSAS, Okla. -- Thousands of students from across the nation have been competing in state-wide contests as part of their chosen CareerTech Student Organization, and 10 students from the Northeast Tech Kansas Campus will represent Oklahoma at the national competitions during May and June. Continue reading...

JBU golf team wins first tournament

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Correction

Subscriber onlyThe article titled "City moves forward with raising water rates at Forest Hill Subdivision" incorrectly reported that David Jackson was appointed to represent the city on the Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport Authority Board to replace Shelley Simmons, who recently resigned. The board actually voted to appoint Jim Krall to the position. The newspaper apologizes for the error. Continue reading...

New dietary guidelines released ahead of National Stroke and Blood Pressure Awareness months

Subscriber onlyAccording to a recent study, those who regularly eat grilled or well-done beef, chicken or fish may increase their risk of developing high blood pressure. The study followed more than 100,000 men and women over more than a decade, and found that the high-temperature method of cooking meats had a statistically significant relationship to the development of hypertension. Continue reading...

SSRH Health Fair

Subscriber onlyMore than 650 people from Arkansas and Oklahoma attended the Siloam Springs Regional Hospital's Healthy Community Fair held on the hospital campus on May 5. Continue reading...

Beard competition includes women

Subscriber onlyJanelle Jessen/Herald-Leader Jade Newton was ready to compete in Ash & Ember's annual Beard and Mustache Contest on Saturday. The competition featured more than 20 categories, including categories for women and kids. The grand prize for best beard was a coveted golden owl, and the grand prize for best mustache was a silver pipe. Proceeds from the competition were donated to Reel Recovery of Arkansas. Continue reading...

Cobb purchases former Sager Creek Foods office

Subscriber onlyCobb-Vantress Inc., purchased a 35,000-square foot office building in downtown Siloam Springs on Friday. Continue reading...

Inaugural Second Saturday Music

Subscriber onlyJackie Brooks/Herald-Leader "Fiddles in the Middle" were the featured performers at the inaugural Second Saturday Music of the season on Saturday. Band members are Kathy Sutterfield, Richey McCusker, and Bill and Deanna Lisk. The next concert is planned for June 9 at the Twin Springs Gazebo Park. Continue reading...

Obituaries

Subscriber onlyOtto Feland 'Buddy' Duffield Continue reading...

American Legion to place flags on graves Saturday

Subscriber onlyIn advance of Memorial Day, members of American Legion Post 29 will be placing flags at Oak Hill Ceremony at noon Saturday. The event will last about 90 minutes. Continue reading...

Community Calendar

Subscriber onlyFairmount Cemetery Association meeting Continue reading...

Planning commission approves rezoning Melgar Apartments

Subscriber onlyPlanning commission members voted 6-1 on Tuesday to approve a rezoning development permit for the Melgar Apartments, located at 620 E. Arkansas Highway 16. Continue reading...

SSHS planning Spring Film Festival

Subscriber onlyThe Siloam Springs High School's film and television program is hosting its annual spring premier outdoors in Bob Henry Park for the first time this year. Continue reading...