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SSPD continues participation in STEP program

Subscriber onlyAs of Oct. 1, 2017, the Siloam Springs Police Department is again committed to the continued participation in the Arkansas Highway Safety Office's Selective Traffic Enforcement Program (STEP) grant. This program is federally funded by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and is administered by the State. The program provides funding for law enforcement agencies to conduct Public Information and Education programs, directed enforcement including State and National DWI/DUI, Seat Belt and Speed enforcement mobilizations and funding for child safety seat clinics and loaner programs. Continue reading...

Poultry supply business given recommendation

Subscriber onlyA development that would bring a new 10,000-square-foot poultry supply facility to Siloam Springs has earned a recommendation from the city's Planning and Zoning Commission. Continue reading...

American Legion takes over flag maintenance

Subscriber onlyThe American flags along U.S. Highway 412 are a fixture in Siloam Springs. The stars and stripes greet visitors and residents alike every time a motorist turns onto the highway that serves as the gateway from Oklahoma into Siloam Springs and the rest of Northwest Arkansas. Since 2001, no driver has driven through Siloam Springs without being flanked by Old Glory. Continue reading...

School board approves therapy animal policies

Subscriber onlySchool board members approved a new district policy regulating the use of therapy animals in Siloam Springs schools at Thursday's meeting. Continue reading...

Directors to consider lifting Medical Marijuana moratorium

Subscriber onlyOn Tuesday, Siloam Springs' Board of Directors will kick off the second in a series of budget review presentations in a workshop an hour before the regularly scheduled meeting begins. The budget workshop will begin at 5:30, and the board meeting at 6:30. Continue reading...

Chamber accepting Pioneer Citizen nominations

Subscriber onlyThe Siloam Springs Chamber of Commerce is accepting nominations for the annual Pioneer Citizen Awards, which are given out each year during the chamber's annual banquet. Continue reading...

Program gives students 'hands on' experience

Subscriber onlyHigh school seniors Emily Linn, Katie Kite and Corrie Wilson watched carefully as Dr. Ty Smallwood and the Siloam Springs Veterinary Clinic began an emergency surgery on a large dog. Continue reading...

Health Inspections

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Panther Health Fair planned for Saturday

Subscriber onlyThe annual Panther Health & Wellness Clinic Community Health Fair, planned for Saturday, Oct. 14, will include free health screenings, low cost flu shots and plenty of fun activities for all ages. Continue reading...

Physical therapists can keep you moving forward

Subscriber onlyThis October, we celebrate National Physical Therapy Month in the shadow of an alarming and growing opioid crisis. The majority of Americans who die from opioid overdoses do so after using these medications to treat legitimate pain. Sadly, many of these conditions could be prevented or managed with positive lifestyle changes, and a better understanding of body mechanics learned through physical therapy. Continue reading...

Board passes resolution to bring back KOAM-TV

Subscriber only50 Years Ago Continue reading...

City sales taxes up

Subscriber onlySiloam Springs sales tax receipts were up $30,421 in August compared to the same month last year. Continue reading...

Arrests and citations

Subscriber onlySept. 17 Continue reading...

JBU's Abila Lecture welcomes archaeology scholar Daniel Master

Subscriber onlyJohn Brown University welcomes Archaeology scholar Daniel Master to speak on "Ashkelon and the Philistines" at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 19, in the Cathedral of the Ozarks. Continue reading...