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Celebrating anniversaries

Subscriber onlyFriday, Aug. 22, Carol and I will celebrate our 48th wedding anniversary. That also happens to be my birthday anniversary although I normally don't think about that. But why does our wedding anniversary matter to me? Simply this: Carol is the most important person in my life (on the human level) and has made my life worthwhile. Continue reading...

Parks and recreation league champs

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Land gets the job done

Subscriber onlyDavid Goodman doesn't want to imagine life on the football field without teammate Dylan Land playing next to him. Continue reading...

My trips across the state line

Subscriber onlyIt's the third week in August, which for me means that I'm currently swamped with the production of the annual Herald-Leader football preview section. Continue reading...

New coach leads JBU volleyball

Subscriber onlyIt's been a hectic last few months for first-year John Brown University head volleyball coach Ken Carver. Continue reading...

n Schochler leads team to Togo for summer outreach.

Subscriber onlyA country with pizza on every menu, motorcycles on every curb and a French diction sounds like a popular tourist destination. Continue reading...

Team effort propels golfers

Subscriber onlyLITTLE FLOCK -- Siloam Springs didn't get its best performance from its top golfers Wednesday in a dual match against Rogers at Lost Springs Golf and Athletic Club. Continue reading...

Panthers wrap up second week

Subscriber onlyTwo weeks of fall practice down, two more to go for the Siloam Springs football team. Continue reading...

JBU women's soccer picked to win conference

Subscriber onlyThe John Brown women's soccer team is the slight favorite in what is expected to be a fiercely contested women's soccer race in the Sooner Athletic Conference, according to voting by the league's coaches in the annual preseason poll announced Monday by the league office. Continue reading...

Boys tennis has solid nucleus

Subscriber onlyWith four solid returning players in senior Zack Gregory, junior Heyden Smith and sophomores Kip Dooley and Noah Slater, Siloam Springs coach Scott Wright feels comfortable about the Siloam Springs boys tennis team. Continue reading...

Cross country teams working hard

Subscriber onlyThere's been no shortage of competition in cross country practice this summer for Siloam Springs, and coach Sharon Jones hopes that will make both the Panthers and Lady Panthers stronger teams by the time the Class 6A state meet rolls around in November. Continue reading...

Kenney stands tall

Subscriber onlyIt's been said many times before. It's not the size of the dog in the fight that's important, but rather the size of the fight in the dog. Continue reading...

2014 football schedule not easy

Subscriber onlySaturday afternoon, Siloam Springs head football coach Bryan Ross and I had our annual lunch meeting to discuss the upcoming football season for the Panthers. Continue reading...

Boys golf finishes fourth at Springdale Invitational

Subscriber onlySiloam Springs had two boys golfers finish in the top three in its second golf tournament of the season. Continue reading...

Proposal changes high school landscape

Subscriber onlyLITTLE ROCK -- The landscape of Arkansas high school conferences will change again in 2016. Continue reading...

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