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To protect and serve

Subscriber onlyPolice officers have always been ready to take on the unexpected and willing to step in harm's way. They've completed one of the most difficult jobs when the going gets tough, but police officers have continued to hit the streets every day to protect and serve the community. Continue reading...

Come for food, stay for conversation

Subscriber onlyTerry Tracy envisioned Dickey's Barbecue Pit like a Norman Rockwell painting. He described it like the painting of two men involved in a deep conversation as they sat in front of a stove. Continue reading...

Match made in heaven

Subscriber onlyTaylor Faught of Siloam Springs knew that the match was meant to be when he became mentor to a boy he used to play with before he moved from the neighborhood. Continue reading...

The Wright way

Subscriber onlyDiana Wright's life has been marked by countless achievements, adversity and the number of lives she's inspired along the way. But her greatest achievement has been her children. Continue reading...

Showstopper in the making

Subscriber onlyKarissa Hobbs of Siloam Springs has returned to the studio to record a new album, "Age of Flowers." It's one she's been planning for years. She was a teenager the last time she recorded like this. Continue reading...

Bringing youth fun and adventure

Subscriber onlyBoy Scouts of America has brought an experience of a lifetime to youth and taught them skills they can use for the rest of their life. Continue reading...

Football, fundamentals and family sacrifice

n Clark mentoring community youth through coaching.

Subscriber onlyDon Clark of Siloam Springs remembered the feeling football gave him leading up to game day. Continue reading...

OMers taking on the world

Subscriber onlyThe Odyssey of the Mind group wouldn't miss finals for the world. Continue reading...

Civil War trap at Fisher Ford thwarted by 10-year-old-boy

Subscriber onlyIn a Works Progress Administration interview Feb. 28, 1938, Jim M. Smith recalls delivering a message to a Confederate general in order to disrupt a trap by Union troops at Fisher Ford. Continue reading...

Couple reopens Apple Crest Inn

Subscriber onlySLEEPY HOLLOW -- A Siloam Springs couple recently reopened a bed and breakfast in a three-story Victorian-style home, just south of Gentry. Continue reading...

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Leo Contreras of Siloam Springs pours corn chops for the ducks to eat in the drive in front of his h...

Leo Contreras of Siloam Springs pours corn chops for the ducks to eat in the drive in front of his home. Contreras has been feedin...

Published: February 12, 2014

Franklin Electric announced Friday it would close the plant on U.S. Highway 412 and layoff the remai...

Franklin Electric announced Friday it would close the plant on U.S. Highway 412 and layoff the remaining 50 workers. The Franklin ...

Published: February 12, 2010

Carlos Mancia of Fernando's Construction Co. in Rogers pours concrete into a wheelbarrow to be used ...

Carlos Mancia of Fernando's Construction Co. in Rogers pours concrete into a wheelbarrow to be used to build the foundation of a n...

Published: August 16, 2009

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