Author: Samuel Cross-Meredith


Park extension builds around growing community

Siloam Springs keeps pace the development in Northwest Arkansas with the renovation of the memorial park next to the library. Plans for the park started in 2016 when the city won a $300,000 grant for the park’s design from the Walton Family Foundation. Siloam Springs’s Board of Directors approved the […]


Genesis house builds tiny homes

Genesis House built eight houses—termed “tiny houses”—meant to shelter homeless families and prepare them for their lives off the streets. The organization started building these houses as part of a long-term initiative called “Jumpstart” that focuses on long-term solutions endemic to impoverished individuals. Genesis House began as a day shelter […]


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 […]


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 […]