Siloam Springs News


Bed races feature cash prizes; registration deadline looms (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

Teams who push their beds to victory or take second place will win cash prizes in the third-annual Bed Races on April 26. Read More »

Obituaries (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

Henry 'Ira' Cornell Jr. Read More »

Dogwood Festival pageant set for April 26 (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

Entries for the 2014 Miss Dogwood Festival Pageant will be accepted until Saturday. Read More »

Easter Eggstravaganza at Faith Alive Church (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

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Farmers Market season kicks off on Saturday (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

Siloam Springs Farmers Market will open for the season at 8 a.m. Saturday in City Park at University and Mount Olive streets. Read More »

n Jeffries presents Little House classes to take students back in time inside her century-old Siloam Springs home. (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

Mary Jeffries, dressed as a 19th century school marm, cheerfully greeted children as they came in her front door last week. Read More »

Downtown master plan draft draws excellent reviews (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

Draft renderings of what downtown could look like were included in a 210-page presentation for the downtown master plan. Read More »

In Focus offers free senior photos (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

In Focus, the student photography club at John Brown University's Visual Arts Department, will be taking free professional quality senior portraits for local hi... Read More »

Grocery, one of the oldest businesses in Gravette, is closing soon (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

GRAVETTE -- A business that has been part of Gravette since its beginning, more than a century ago, is closing its doors. Read More »

Tired Iron ready for Spring Crank-up (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

GENTRY -- Things are again cranking up at the Tired Iron of the Ozarks show grounds south of Gentry in preparation for the three-day show which begins Friday. Read More »

Library Week April 13-19 (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

If you haven't been to the library lately, National Library Week is the perfect time to get reacquainted. During the week of April 13-19 libraries across the co... Read More »

25 Years Ago: City demands EMS protection (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

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Brighten Up Brunch (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

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Mobile apps for social good (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

Technology seems to have a lot of downfalls -- E-waste, toxic conditions for laborers, rising prices -- but if people learn to take advantage of the technology,... Read More »

There's nothing baaad about raising goats (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

Dan Frye grew up in the country and finds peace among the rolling hills on his farm southeast of Southwest City in Benton County. The old home place in Oklahoma... Read More »

New state park exhibit gives hands-on experience (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

PRAIRIE GROVE -- A new hands-on, interactive exhibit using the latest technology is now available for state park visitors to learn more about Civil War history ... Read More »

Homegrown Festival on Broadway set for April 26 (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

The Homegrown Festival from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. April 26 will showcase handmade goods, curated vintage and food from the region. Read More »

Careless mowing, weed trimming can cause trees to slowly die (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

Homeowners might be their trees' worst enemy if they don't take care when using mowers and weed eaters around them. Read More »

Arvest announced the construction of new Gentry branch n New building will be at same location (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

Arvest building new branch in Gentry Read More »

JBU media students win awards (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

John Brown University Communication students received 11 awards from the Arkansas College Media Association (ACMA) at its annual conference held at Central Bapt... Read More »

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