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First Annual Christmas Honors at Oak Hill Cemetery in Siloam Springs
The American Legion Siloam Post 29 invites the community to help honor serviceman and women who have made the ultimate sacrifice. On Saturday, December 15, volunteers will transform the Oak Hill Cemetery in Siloam Springs by placing one wreath on each of the 700 plus veteran headstones in their hono
Conference battle with Tahlequah goes Coweta's way
The Coweta Lady Tigers rolled to 3-0 in the Metro Lake Conference standings last week. They defeated Tahlequah, 54-50, despite a fierce second half rally by the defending conference champions.
Brent Butler appointed to the Arkansas Agriculture Board
Brent Butler of Siloam Springs was recently appointed by Gov. Asa Hutchinson to the Arkansas Agriculture Board for a four-year term. Butler, along with other board members, will advise Arkansas Secretary of Agriculture Wes Ward and the Arkansas Agriculture Department (AAD) on all matters concerning
Coweta Tigers hold off Tahlequah run to win, 54-50
Coweta took control mid-way through the first period of their Dec. 11 game with Tahlequah and led the remainder of the night, but. An explosive fourth period scoring barrage by the Tahlequah Tigers challenged Coweta before the hometown Tigers secured a 54-50 home win in Dec. 11 Metro Lakes Conferenc
Law Enforcement Gives Christmas to Underprivileged Youth
BENTONVILLE, Ark.--(KNWA) - Christmas came early for some as law enforcement took at-risk children shopping Sunday afternoon. The Benton County Sheriffs Office teamed up with the Police Athletic League to take local children holiday shopping not only to get them Christmas gifts but also an experienc
UPDATE: Suspect Killed by Pope County Deputy Identified as NWA Resident
UPDATE: Authorities have identified the suspect who was killed by a Pope County deputy Tuesday after he was reported to have brandished a knife following a vehicle pursuit. The suspect was identified as Haze Connor Martin, 22, of Siloam Springs.
Arkansas resident arrested, cocaine possession alleged
BATES COUNTY, Mo. — An arrest made late Sunday morning could leave an Arkansas resident battling a felony drug charge. 57-year-old Christopher Warren, of Bentonville, Arkansas, was arrested at 11:59 a.m. Sunday in Bates County, according to Missouri State Highway Patrol.
Film brings World War I to life in full color
Award-winning director Peter Jackson has turned his attention from Hobbits to Tommies, as a four-year labor of love hits movie screens nationwide in select theaters Monday. Fathom Events has partnered with Warner Bros. Pictures for screenings of “They Shall Not Grow Old” in U.S. theaters. There will
KNWA Today: Merry Tuba Christmas Concert
SILOAM SPRINGS, Ark. (KNWA) - It's that time of year to blow your horns and spread holiday cheer at an annual event in Northwest Arkansas. The Merry Tuba Christmas concert is being held from 1:00 p.m. until 2:00 p.m. on December 15 at Twin Springs Park in Siloam springs. It's a fun, festive and inte
Agencies still stumped on dousing underground fire
BELLA VISTA -- State and federal officials on Friday toured the site on Trafalgar Road where an underground fire has burned for more than four months, but they haven't decided how best to extinguish it, one of them said.
MO: Pineville Man Arrested for Sexual Assault Incident
PINEVILLE, Mo. (KNWA) - A Pineville, Missouri, grandfather was arrested Thursday (Dec. 13) for a sexual assault incident that happened in Bella Vista, according to a Benton County probable cause affidavit.
Siloam Springs PD Searches for Armed Robbery Suspect
SILOAM SPRINGS, Ark. (KNWA) - The Siloam Springs Police are currently searching for an armed robbery suspect and is requesting the public's help. According to a press release, police responded to Hidalguense Productos on East Main Street on Saturday night for an armed robbery.
More Kids Coming Forward on Reports of Abuse, Advocacy Center Empowering Kids to Speak Up
LITTLE FLOCK, Ark. (KNWA) -- A local children's advocacy center says its seeing a record number of reports of physical and sexual abuse of children as more kids are coming forward during the holidays.
J.C. Watts: World could use more great men like George H.W. Bush
Earlier this year, the world said goodbye to Billy Graham, who slipped into eternity just months before his 100th birthday. Recently, the nation said farewell to former president George H.W. Bush.
Gentry Takes on Teen Dangers
GENTRY, Ark. (KNWA) -- The City of Gentry held an exhibit to put a spotlight on the dangers and harmful activities many teens are exposed to on a daily basis. The exhibit, called "Hidden in Plain Sight," was set up at the public library and highlights the struggles high school-aged kids can sometime
Collinsville boys push elite Arkansas team to the wire
TULSA - Collinsville lost for the second time in as many days but was the talk of the tournament as it pushed one of the top teams in Arkansas to the wire on Saturday. The Cardinals, ranked No. 8 in the latest Class 5A coaches poll, led Southwest Christian Academy for more than 2 ½ quarters but coul
Atterberry steps down at SOSU, takes over at Arkansas Tech
Bo Atterberry has stepped down as the head coach at Southeastern to take over at Great American Conference rival Arkansas Tech. Atterberry has been the head coach at Southeastern for five years. He has had winning seasons in Durant. The Storm went 6-5 last season and finished 7-4 in each of the two
UPDATE: New Details Released in Arrest of Former Lincoln Police Chief
WASHINGTON COUNTY, Ark. (KNWA) - A former Lincoln police chief was arrested Thursday, accused of taking narcotic-related evidence from the police department. Brian Key, 41, was booked into the Washington County Detention Center Thursday on suspicion of tampering with physical evidence and possession
All options on table to put out underground Bella Vista fire
BELLA VISTA -- State and federal officials Friday toured the site on Trafalgar Road where an underground fire has burned for more than four months, but haven't decided how best to extinguish it, one of them said.
Arkansas parents battle Christmas tree ban
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (KARK) - Several people voiced their opinions on a ban on Christmas trees within the Fayetteville School District at its scheduled meeting Thursday night. The issue was not on the meeting agenda, but after some controversy, the board allowed people to voice thoughts and ask questi