Tag: Samuel Cross-Meredith

Opinion

Editor’s Response

Mark, We here at the Threefold Advocate appreciate your response to our article. While it is the mission of the Threefold Advocate to provide reporting free of personal biases, we do not always meet this goal, and for this we apologize. The Threefold Advocate is the newspaper of John Brown […]

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Amazon opens near-autonomous local market

Amazon, the online mega-retailer, introduced the next step for autonomous shopping: a walk-in market without cashiers, lines or registers. At the entrance of the store, several devices are placed that prohibit entry to anyone who does not have a specific smartphone app. Not unlike subway passes, shoppers must scan in […]

Local, World

Local shops bring in steady Black Friday profits

On Black Friday, the few retail stores in Siloam Springs explode with Christmas shoppers looking for the best deals. Thanksgiving weekend is terryifying for retail industry employees. Walmart repurposes holiday hires as traffic directors. Lines stretch and curve around electronics stores such as GameStop. What may be trouble for the […]

Sports

Athletics spur special pride and commitment

The Razorbacks have become a sort of symbol for Arkansan pride as the team that Arkansans across the state rally around. From Texarkana to Jonesboro, few towns escape the crimson flags of the Razorbacks. Such pride is not unique to Arkansas. United States citizens across the nation have been giving […]

World

Quebec restricts religious expression

Hundreds of Muslim women in the Canadian province of Quebec must now remove their veils and go uncovered as they use civilly maintained services after the controversial passage of a new bill by Quebec’s government. Oct. 18 saw the passage of Bill 62, or, by its full name, “an act […]