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Graham Thomas

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City Electric Department recognized for reliability

Subscriber onlyThe Siloam Springs Electric Department was recognized Wednesday as being one of the very best. Continue reading...

Hutto coming on strong for Lady Panthers

Subscriber onlyWhen junior forward Khenli Harp was lost for the season with a knee injury at home on April 10 against Van Buren, the Siloam Springs girls soccer team had a void to fill on offense. Continue reading...

Panthers' defense has good showing at state

Subscriber onlyThe scoreboards show that Siloam Springs boys soccer team gave up three goals defensively in two games in the Class 6A state tournament last week. Continue reading...

Like a Bos

Subscriber onlyAnnika Bos has played all over the soccer field in her four seasons at Siloam Springs, but she thinks she might have found her favorite spot in the heart of the Lady Panthers' defense. Continue reading...

Aguilar an offensive weapon for Panthers

Subscriber onlyRicardo Aguilar is on a tear and that's good news for the Siloam Springs boys soccer team. Continue reading...

Panthers to play annual spring game

Subscriber onlyThe first-ever football game will be played in Panther Stadium on Friday when the Siloam Springs football team hosts its annual Maroon-Gray Senior Bowl. Continue reading...

Athletes headed to Meet of Champions

Subscriber onlyJasmine Guillen will have company Saturday at the Meet of Champions in Russellville. Continue reading...

Experience pays off for Hoelscher

n Senior midfielder has played in three state title games in career.

Subscriber onlyJaci Hoelscher has plenty of big-game experience in her athletic career at Siloam Springs. Continue reading...

Ramirez: Defense has work to do

n The No. 1 seed Panthers play at noon Friday in the Class 6A state tournament in Searcy.

Subscriber onlySiloam Springs soccer player Edwin Ramirez knows the Panthers have work to do defensively if they want to get back to the 6A state title game. Continue reading...

Henson leaving Tulane after two seasons

Subscriber onlyFormer Siloam Springs basketball standout Payton Henson announced Tuesday he is leaving Tulane after two seasons with the Green Wave men's basketball team and planning to pursue other opportunities. Continue reading...

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