James Michael Hesterly, 50, of Camden, Ark., was sentenced on Thursday (Dec. 18) to 33 months in prison and one year of supervised release on one count of Bribery Concerning a Program Receiving Federal Funds.
Graduation honors and rates with nursing and computer programs at Arkansas Tech University-Ozark Campus have been announced, with Patricia LaRue of Alma named “Student of the Year” by her classmates in the nursing program.
Christmas came a little early for the Jones Center this year as CEO Ed Clifford and Chief Operations Officer Mike Gilbert accepted a $78,155 energy rebate check from Source Gas, which was more than double the amount expected.
More road construction is on tap for Springdale. The Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department agreed Wednesday (Dec. 17) to pay nearly $101 million for the construction of the first section of the U.S. 412 Bypass of Springdale.
The Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism provided on Tuesday (Dec. 16) its list of Henry Award finalists, with Northwest Arkansas and the Fort Smith area connected to several of the potential winners.
A report presented Monday night (Dec. 15) to the Fort Smith Board of Education appears to throw a wet blanket on previous talk among school officials to soon build a third, $65 million high school on land donated by Chaffee Crossing.
Col. Mark Anderson, the officer who oversaw the historic transition of the 188th Fighter Wing in Fort Smith to a unit without a manned flying mission, will soon step down as the commanding officer of the 188th Wing. His replacement will be Col.
The U.S. Marshals Museum, a planned $53 million museum to be located along the shores of the Arkansas River near downtown Fort Smith, will host its first ever U.S. Marshals Stampede: Kickin' Up the Dust fundraiser next year.
Of the 82 people expected to be hired in coming years to implement various aspects of the programs required under the proposed consent decree between the city of Fort Smith and the United States Department of Justice, some will be in management roles and at least one may handle public relations e
The University of Arkansas at Fort Smith will graduate nearly 350 bachelor degreed students next weekend, but Associate Vice Chancellor for Workforce Development at UAFS Dr. Ken Warden said the economic pendulum appears to be swinging back to workforce education.
The Fort Smith Board of Directors Tuesday (Nov. 18) voted unanimously to approve a resolution regarding the issuance of $55 million in bonds for Dixie Consumer Products that will add 15 jobs to the Fort Smith economy.