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Golden Eagles 'gut out' a win

John Brown learned Thursday that conference records have no bearing on how tough an opponent is in the Sooner Athletic Conference. Continue reading...

JBU's offense goes quiet down stretch

Going through scoring droughts have been a problem this season for the John Brown women's basketball team. Continue reading...

Boys bowlers win in Rogers

ROGERS -- The Siloam Springs bowling teams competed in a tri-match against Rogers and Rogers Heritage on Thursday at Rogers Bowling Center. Continue reading...

Springdale George defeats ninth-grade teams

Springdale George outscored the Siloam Springs ninth-grade boys 20-9 in the second and third quarters and the Wranglers defeated the Panthers 33-18 on Thursday at Panther Activity Center. Continue reading...

7th-grade boys continue to roll

PEA RIDGE -- The Siloam Springs seventh-grade boys improved to 15-0 on Thursday after a 52-12 win at Pea Ridge. Continue reading...

Panthers hold strong

Siloam Springs' one-point win against Class 7A Conway on Friday won't do anything to help its postseason prospects. Continue reading...

Conway runs by Lady Panthers

Conway played without injured star guard Kianna Speight on Friday against Siloam Springs, but the defending 7A state champion Lady Wampus Cats did just fine without her. Continue reading...

The Year of the Sheep

My most recent "Country Living" magazine mentioned on page 38 that this new year of 2015 is "The Year of the Sheep." That is a pleasant thought, for me, because I do like sheep. Continue reading...

JBU women score 52-43 victory over SAGU

WAXAHACHIE, Texas -- John Brown University junior Sofia Mendoza scored a game-high 17 points to lead the Golden Eagles women's basketball team to a 52-43 victory against Southwestern Assemblies of God on Saturday afternoon inside the Shaffer Center, helping John Brown split its two-game Texas road swing. Continue reading...

Golden Eagles' rally falls short at SAGU

WAXAHACHIE, Texas -- Senior Max Hopfgartner scored a game-high 29 points, but Rishaad Alexander and Southwestern Assemblies of God (Texas) survived a last-second 3-point attempt in a battle of high-scoring squads as the Lions held on for an 84-81 win against John Brown on Saturday afternoon inside the Shaffer Center. Continue reading...

Timeout: JBU finally back at home

The John Brown University basketball teams return to Bill George Arena on Thursday for their first home games of the 2015 year. And if it feels like it's been a while since either team has played a home game, that's because it has been a while. Continue reading...

Senior Jones earns her spot

Tim Rippy doesn't ever have to worry about Rachel Jones' effort and intensity. Continue reading...

Ramay sweeps junior high teams

Fayetteville Ramay got off to a fast start Monday against Siloam Springs, and the Lady Indians never slowed down as they rolled to a 50-19 win in a ninth-grade girls basketball game. Continue reading...

'Every team needs a Tucker'

Tucker Gambill has always been able to shoot the basketball. That's never been in question. Continue reading...

City Lake plays important role for wildlife

People might not think a small, shallow lake nestled so close to urban growth could be so important to native and migratory wildlife, but Siloam Springs City Lake is certainly an example of one such lake which plays a key role in providing habitat and protection to a wide variety of wildlife, some of which has been threatened and endangered. And what better place for those who love to view wildlife or photograph natural scenes and wildlife than City Lake, so close to home whether a resident of Siloam Springs or Gentry. Continue reading...

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