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Sliced and Diced set for Saturday

Subscriber onlyThe third Sliced and Diced competition will showcase ways to use fresh vegetables from The Garden in Siloam Springs. Continue reading...

Another successful year for the kid's triathlon

Subscriber onlyLocal residents and their kids convened at the family aquatic center on Saturday morning to participate in the annual kids triathlon. A total of 21 kids went home with a prize after placing first, second or third in their respective division. The divisions were determined by age - six or below, seven to eight, nine to 10 and 11 to 12 - as well as by gender. Continue reading...

New improvement projects for City Lake expected to be underway soon

Subscriber onlyThe community development department received the city's approval on Tuesday night to receive a $140,000 grant that will allow them to move forward with the second and final phase of improvement projects that have been planned for City Lake. Continue reading...

Obituaries

Subscriber onlyWalaska Ruth Kohler Battenburg Continue reading...

Two servings of 'American Pie,' Cherokee Casinos Roland and West Siloam Springs host Don McLean

Subscriber onlyDon McLean has been delighting music fans across the world with his lyrics for more than four decades. This month, the singer-songwriter is set to play Cherokee Casino & Hotel in Roland, Okla., on July 13 and Cherokee Casino & Hotel West Siloam Springs, Okla., on July 14. Continue reading...

DaySpring founder Kerns dies

n He was one of the company’s joint founders.

Subscriber onlyDean Kerns, a founder of DaySpring Cards, died June 28 at the age of 84. Continue reading...

Senior Center menu

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Obituaries

Subscriber onlyKenzi Jade Payne Continue reading...

Second Saturday music July 14

Subscriber onlyThe Second Saturday Music concert will take place next Saturday, July 14, and will feature guest performers Frank Lee and Allie Burbrink. Continue reading...

Arrests and citations

Subscriber onlyJune 25 Continue reading...

City board gives green light to public works department, adopts infrastructure plan

Subscriber onlyA long-term proposal to overhaul the city's infrastructure was approved by members of the city board on Tuesday night. Continue reading...

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