Siloam Springs News


Too many catastrophes (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

It seems like catastrophes must be competing for something. We had the tragic Louisiana flooding that resulted in an estimated 60,000 homes damaged or destroyed... Read More »

30 years Ago: School district bans smoking (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

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Ways to prevent slow digestion (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

You may not be slowing down as you age, but your digestive tract may be. As you grow older, the process by which your body breaks down food slows, due to biolog... Read More »

Meteor shower a dud in Siloam Springs (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

First of all, just a little follow-up on the Perseid Meteor Shower that occurred on the nights of Aug. 11-12. I attempted to photograph any bright meteors at mi... Read More »

Denton addresses Kiwanis Club (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

Photo submitted Dawn Denton, landscape designer with Gardens by You and Me, was the guest speaker for the Siloam Springs Kiwanis Club on Aug. 24. Denton spoke a... Read More »

Summer program over, fall begins (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

Thank you to all who helped with "On Your Mark, Get Set, Read!" Read More »

September school menus (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

Breakfast menu for grades pre-k through four Read More »

Health Inspections (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

The Rib Crib BBQ, 3475 Highway 412 Read More »

Reisbeck Master of Ceremonies at Rainbow for Girls National session (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

Siloam Springs Rainbow girls and adults were part of the Arkansas delegation attending the International Order of the Rainbow for Girls 46th Biennial Session, &... Read More »

Cox honored by ACTE (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

Joey Cox, health education teacher at the Siloam Springs High School, served as a nurse for 26 years, but she didn't truly find her calling until she began teac... Read More »

SSPD, Rogers police sharing resources (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

The city of Rogers' approval of a memorandum of understanding is a sign of increased cooperation between Siloam Springs and other cities in the area, Siloam Spr... Read More »

Art exhibit opens Thursday at JBU (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

Photo submitted The exhibit "Return from Exile: Contemporary Southeastern Indian Art," will be opening from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday at John Br... Read More »

Obituaries (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

Gary Lynn Affolter Read More »

Siloam Springs police looking for driver involved in hit-and-run (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

Police are continuing to look for a driver who struck and injured a teen on U.S. Highway 412 during the early hours of Sunday morning, according to Lt. Scott Mi... Read More »

Obituaries (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

Clara Frances Easterbrook McKinney Read More »

'Might as well try that' (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

Certified Chef Cody Stewart is one of Siloam Springs' newest business owners. But Stewart won't be taking any reservations for a table for two any time soon. Th... Read More »

Stuff the Bus campaign successful (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

Bright Futures Siloam Springs and United Way gave backpacks and school supplies to 370 Siloam Springs students through the Stuff the Bus Campaign. Read More »

Mt. Olive to reopen (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

Starting Tuesday, drivers in Siloam Springs should have an easier time driving in the downtown area. Mt. Olive Street, which has been closed for a street diet f... Read More »

EMS calls (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

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Arrest Reports (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

Aug. 15 Read More »

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