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Tax receipts up in May

Subscriber onlySiloam Springs sales tax receipts were up $55,597 in May compared to the same month last year. Continue reading...

School Board hears abut Discovery Program

Subscriber onlyThe Siloam Springs School District is able to provide gifted and talented services to 17 percent of students -- including about 10 percent more students in the program than the state average, according to program coordinator Valerie King. Continue reading...

Matchell appointed to vacant position

Subscriber onlyConnie Matchell was appointed school board member for Zone 2 during Thursday's school board meeting. Continue reading...

New businesses in downtown

Subscriber onlyPure Joy Ice Cream and Chickadee's Fresh Fare are two of the many reasons that people across Northwest Arkansas are talking about downtown Siloam Springs, according to Kelsey Howard, executive director of Main Street Siloam Springs. Continue reading...

Pure Joy opens on Broadway

Subscriber onlyPure Joy Ice Cream, a favorite at Siloam Springs events and festivals for the past five years, will now be available year round. The business opened its first shop in downtown Siloam Springs last week. Continue reading...

Middle School added to summer lunch program

Subscriber onlyThe Siloam Springs School District's summer meal program is expanding to a new location to make sure kids throughout the city have easy access to lunches. Continue reading...

Hyde resigns from school board

District searching for a replacement for Zone 2 position

Subscriber onlyThe Siloam Springs School District is in search of a new school board member for Zone 2, after board member Chuck Hyde announced his resignation on Monday. Continue reading...

Women support women in business

Subscriber onlyA group of local business women are joining forces to support each other and share ideas. Continue reading...

Real world, real problems

Discovery students come up with answers

Subscriber onlySixth-grade Discovery students took on real world problems in the community for their class projects last semester. Continue reading...

Boys and Girls State candidates receive send-off

Subscriber onlyEleven local high school juniors from Siloam Springs and Gentry were recognized at Boys State and Girls State send-off ceremony, hosted by American Legion Post 29 and the American Legion Auxiliary held Friday evening at the Community Building. Continue reading...

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