City Board approves submitting taxi grant application The city's board of directors approved submitting a grant application that will replace a city-owned taxi for the transportation service that aides the elderly and disabled during its meeting Tuesday. by Sierra Bush
Ground broken on Starbucks Chamber of Commerce and Starbucks officials broke ground on a new store at the intersection of U.S. Highway 412 and Simon Sager Road on Thursday. by Staff Reports
Sales tax receipts down Siloam Springs sales tax receipts were down $3,731 in March when compared to the same month last year. by Janelle Jessen
30 years of safe driving earns Cobb-Vantress driver top award Long-haul Cobb-Vantress egg driver Kennard "Deano" Davis was recently named Ryder's Driver of the Year at a ceremony in Siloam Springs. by Staff Reports
Obituaries Sandra "Sandy" Pearl Garrett
Center for the Arts hosts Home Brew Showcase The Siloam Springs Center for the Arts is hosting the first Home Brew Showcase in an effort to raise funds for a place to call home. by Sierra Bush
Norwood named Truman Scholar A West Point student from Siloam Springs is one of two Arkansas students to be named 2019 Truman Scholars. by Janelle Jessen
Early Easter at Friendship Community Care Friendship Community Care hosted an Easter egg hunt Friday. Children were able to meet the Easter bunny, hunt eggs with their parents, and enjoy the sunshine.
Hard work paying off A.J. Serrano is making the most of his senior baseball season at Siloam Springs. by Graham Thomas
Comets defeat Panthers in nonconference game The Siloam Springs baseball team dropped a 9-6 nonconference loss to Kansas, Okla., on Saturday afternoon at James Butts Baseball Park. by Staff Reports
SSHS baseball swept at LR Christian The Siloam Springs baseball team dropped to 8-14 overall and 5-5 in 5A-West Conference play this past Tuesday after being swept at Little Rock Christian. by Staff Reports
SSHS track competes at Bentonville West The Siloam Springs girls finished sixth at the Bentonville West Relays held at Wolverine Stadium in Centerton. by Staff Reports
Lady Panthers sweep LR C for first wins The Siloam Springs softball team picked up its first wins of the season on Tuesday with a 5A-West Conference sweep at Little Rock Christian. by Staff Reports
SSHS girls handle unfinished business The Siloam Springs' girls soccer team got a little payback on Thursday. by Graham Thomas
Wleklinski delivers for Siloam Springs Carson Wleklinski never expected to be the hero Thursday night, but that's exactly how it turned out. by Graham Thomas
VOTE: Siloam Springs Christian Marroquin for player of the week Vote for Siloam Springs' Christian Marroquin as the Spring Sports Player of the Week.
New taxes now on Internet sales, yes; Take a deep breath As is my custom, at least twice each year, it is time to "lay aside" politics for a bit and pick up some very interesting local books for summertime reading. by Maylon T. Rice Columnist
Witness the Resurrection On Easter we commemorate the resurrection of Jesus from the dead. If you recall the historical details, Jesus died by crucifixion. It was gruesome and painful. Scholars everywhere agree on this fact as true. It happened like the four gospels described it. Amazingly, David foretold this event in Psalm 22. Isaiah predicted the details a thousand years prior in Isaiah chapter 53. Another accepted fact is that Jesus' disciples believed he arose from the dead and they reported he appeared to many of them. In one such incident, 500 witnesses saw Jesus at the same time. (1 Cor. 15) by Ron Wood
An April walk in the woods The recent warm weather urged me to work on outdoor activities. I admit now that putting things off until the winter months is useless. I always think working in the cold will be better than in the summer heat. Sure enough, January's cold temps kept me indoors. I better get things done in the spring because I will use the "It's too hot!" excuse in a few weeks. by Devin Houston Write On
Letter to the Editor Boys and Girls State a great opportunity
Most 'bad' bills come to light at end of Session It is that time of the Session. by Maylon T. Rice Columnist
Under the influence My line of work involves some travel. Not enough to complain about, and going to other places always gives me a sense of perspective. Usually, the perspective I gain justifies my reasons for staying in Arkansas. by Devin Houston Write On
Lessons learned? I am back from a conference in Orange County, Crazyfornia, with my sanity, such as it is, intact. The weather was warm, but I only ventured out for dinner, so it hardly mattered. The conference was good, though, and I re-connected with several associates. by Devin Houston
'Sprint to finish' often sees 'bad' bills pass; good bills up and die It's almost here -- that crazy time of the 92nd Legislative Session -- a pell mell race to finish on time. by Maylon T. Rice Columnist
Obituaries Raymond Morris
Obituaries Jana D. Bifulco
Obituaries Helen Pauline Arthurs Draper — Helen Pauline Arthurs Draper went to be with her heavenly father on Friday, April 5, 2019, at Siloam Springs Nursing and Rehab.
Obituaries Barhem M. Dahabreh
Obituaries Wesley George Crain — Wesley George Crain, 95, of Tulsa, Okla., died March 30, 2019, at his home....
Obituaries Brantley Blaze Beach
Obituaries Charlene Katherine Buck
Obituaries William "Bill" Barrett