Siloam Springs News


Make healthy choices this fall (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

With less than three months left in the year, now is the time to check the status of health plan deductibles and schedule necessary appointments, recommended te... Read More »

Cundiff, Roebuck running for city board (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

Election season is fast approaching, and residents of Siloam Springs will have the chance to cast a vote in one contested race for a seat on the Board of Direct... Read More »

More students taking ACT (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

Siloam Springs School District is administering more ACT Tests to seniors than ever before thanks to state funding for the college readiness test. Read More »

'Pub crawl' draws positive feedback (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

The Siloam Springs Museum and Main Street Siloam Springs hosted a night of pints, pretzels and prizes on Saturday, Oct. 15. Read More »

Tax receipts up in September (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

Siloam Springs sales tax receipts were up $83,282 in September compared to the same month last year. Read More »

JBU presents Tony Award-winning musical 'The Secret Garden' (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

John Brown University's Department of Music and Theatre presents the Tony Award-winning musical "The Secret Garden" written by Marsha Norman and Lucy ... Read More »

Obituaries (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

David Wayne Crile Read More »

One Night Without a Home (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

About 40 community members slept in City Park on Friday to raise awareness about homelessness in Siloam Springs. Read More »

30 Years Ago: McKee announces $5.5 million expansion (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

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Arvest gifts $25,000 to John Brown University (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

John Brown University's Walton Lifetime Health Complex renovation project will receive a $25,000 gift from Arvest Bank, adding to the $5 million renovation goal... Read More »

Pesticide disposal in two easy steps (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

Here in the United States it's pretty easy to find a chemical that will make life easier some way or another. Gasoline makes a trip from the Ozarks to the beach... Read More »

Bad news and good news (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

This has been another stressful week, has it not? Read More »

McKinney discusses hospice at Kiwanis meeting (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

Photo submitted Mary McKinney, Chief Executive Officer with Circle of Life Hospice, was the guest speaker on Oct. 12 for the Siloam Springs Kiwanis Club. McKinn... Read More »

EMS calls (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

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Fire calls (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

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Watts wins big at home (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

WATTS, Okla -- The Watts Engineers turned in a dominant first half in front of a home crowd to defeat the Cave Springs Hornets 44-6 on Friday night. Read More »

Obituaries (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

Walter Ezekial "Bud" Moorman Jr. Read More »

CASS students tour local industries (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

Career Academy of Siloam Springs students got a chance to tour three local industries last week and learn more about the opportunities in the industrial mainten... Read More »

Main Street Academy fundraiser planned for Thursday (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

"Nowhere but Up" is the theme of the fifth annual fundraiser for the Main Street Academy on Thursday. Read More »

SRO program helps build relationships (Siloam Springs Herald-Leader)

Siloam Springs' School Resource Officer program has helped local police build a good relationship with students and the community, Sargent Chris Salley said at ... Read More »

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