S SSRH offers tips to be emergency ready

How ready are you to deal with a personal medical emergency? The Siloam Springs Regional Hospital Emergency Department (ED) has some pointers to help you recognize an emergency and how you can aid our staff in treating you. When do you need to go to the ED? Consider these factors to avoid wasting precious time wondering if you need treatment: Continue Reading »

S E.H. Club News

The Maysville Extension Homemakers met for its October meeting with Jane Wilbur as hostess. Melinda read "Another Chance" and Jane Wilbur read an inspirational card. Jane offered an interesting lesson on displaying collections. People collect just about everything imaginable from salt and pepper shakers to baskets to toy cars. Many times our collections remain in boxes and drawers. Why not display them where they can be enjoyed, even if only a few of the items can be displayed? Continue Reading »

S The Sun ... . and Native Son

Mother Nature seemed to enjoy toying with us last Thursday; not that she doesn't all the time, but I reference the touted solar eclipse that was visible for Eagle Observer area readers. At least it was supposed to be visible. I can't remember the last time we had a solar eclipse that could be observed locally. Somewhere I read the year was 1994. Continue Reading »

S Maysville News

Sunday was such a beautiful day. We are having nice fall weather, even getting some rain that we are glad to get. Continue Reading »

S Hiwasse News

Friday, Oct. 31, is Halloween. If you are out on the streets, drive carefully. Keep our little ghosts and goblins safe. Continue Reading »

S Senior Center menus

Gravette Senior Center Menus Continue Reading »

S Gravette sixth grade cheerleaders hold homecoming

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S Hometown Events

Gravette Church of God (Holiness) Revival Continue Reading »

S Gravette Students of the Month

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S Multicultural potluck, program held

GRAVETTE -- Attending classes with classmates from different backgrounds enables students to learn about a variety of cultures and provides an insight into what life is like in other countries. There are 85 to 95 English as a Second Language students in Gravette schools, with Spanish, Hmong and Micronesian backgrounds. Meghan Walker, ESL Coordinator and ESL middle school teacher, capitalizes further on that opportunity by holding a multicultural potluck dinner and performance each year at Gravette schools. Walker has been coordinating these events each year since 2010-11 when she began teaching at Gravette Middle School. They entertain and enlighten both students and parents about others' lifestyles. Continue Reading »

S Hometown Events

Gentry's annual quilt show has been set for Nov. 14 through 21 at the Gentry Public Library in the McKee Community Room. The show is sponsored by McKee Foods and entry forms will be available on the city and chamber of commerce websites: www.gentryarkansas.us and gentrychamber.com. More information is available by calling Janie Parks at 479-936-1498. Continue Reading »

S Crafts celebrating 50th anniversary

An open house in honor of Billy Craft and Sharon (Whitaker) Craft, who will be celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary, is set for 2 to 4 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 2, at the Total Life Community Center, 13710 S. Highway 59, Siloam Springs. All friends and family members are invited. Continue Reading »

S Miss Betty retires as library volunteer

There were a few teary eyes last Saturday as folks said farewell to a longtime Gravette Public Library volunteer. Library manager Kim Schneider, library staff members and Mayor Byron Warren were on hand to honor Betty Adams, who has volunteered faithfully for more than 30 years. Continue Reading »

S Senior Center menus

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S Gravette Library holds gala

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