The Noon Exchange Club of Fort Smith, in conjunction with the upcoming movement “Step Up, Speak Out! A Rally to End Child Abuse,” will host a joint press event at 5 p.m., April 2, at the Park at West End in downtown Fort Smith.
FAYETTEVILLE — Marilyn Heifner will keep her job as executive director of the Fayetteville Advertising & Promotion Commission after pleading no contest earlier this month to violating the Freedom of Information Act.
The long-awaited U.S. Marshals Commemorative Coin will soon be a reality, with up to $5 million in proceeds from the coin authorized to support a segment of work at the planned U.S. Marshals Museum in Fort Smith.
SPRINGDALE — EOA Children’s House, the only center in Arkansas that provides long-term, year-round treatment to young abused and neglected children, has received a $84,578 grant from the Walmart Foundation to expanded its pre-kindergarten education, transportation for children and for certain the
One group’s loss is another group’s gain, unless you are the Old Fort Homeless Coalition (OFHC) and the River Valley Regional Food Bank (RVRFB), in which case a loss could lead to gains for both organizations.