A teen center, Veteran’s job fair, connecting area youth with senior citizens and building a baseball field for children with disabilities were the four presentations made Monday (May 4) by University of Arkansas at Fort Smith students in the community leadership program.
Residents of Northwest Arkansas celebrated Saturday alongside federal, state and local officials as the ribbon was cut shortly after noon to mark the official opening of the Razorback Greenway, a 36-mile paved multi-use trail extending from Bella Vista to the south side of Fayetteville.
Conner Eldridge, U.S. Prosecuting Attorney for the Western District of Arkansas, is one of six U.S. attorneys named to the 21-member Attorney General’s Advisory Committee. The announcement was made by the office of newly appointed U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch.
The city of Fort Smith has contracted with a Texas computer forensics firm to defend against an allegation that an officer or officers with the Fort Smith Police Department planted malicious software on the computer of Little Rock attorney Matt Campbell.
Sitting atop a Harley at Old Fort Harley Davidson, Dawson Meadows reports on taking a catwalk, walking past cherry tops and grabbing a handful. It somehow had something to do with providing a preview of the upcoming Steel Horse Rally set for May 1-2 in downtown Fort Smith.
After several months of research, surveys and meetings by city staff and the Fort Smith Planning Commission, a draft of a new ordinance regulating mobile food trucks was presented to the Fort Smith Board of Directors.
More than 35 tech professionals volunteered their expertise and talents to help 10 local nonprofits with website design and functionality at the third annual Northwest Arkansas GiveCamp. The event was held April 24-26 in Rogers at he corporate office of Collective Bias.
The Fort Smith Convention & Visitors Bureau’s Giving Recognition in Tourism (GRIT) Award recipients were announced Thursday (April 23), with the Robert Westphal Family capturing the Polly Crews Hospitality Person of the Year.
Political commentary on taking a middle-of-the-road stance, a criticism of the term “cord cutters,” and a note about a local university professor who doesn’t buy into Fort Smith’s western heritage are part of Dawson Meadow’s report this week.