BENTONVILLE - The Arkansas Attorney General’s Office on Friday (May 25) issued an opinion regarding the election of board trustees for NorthWest Arkansas Community College and the new establishment of electoral zones resulting from the 2010 Census and Arkansas Higher Education law originating in
Commissioners of the Central Business Improvement District (CBID) know they’re in for a fight for the affections of soccer and volleyball groups in the Fort Smith region, but it’s a challenge the organization is prepared to face.
FAYETTEVILLE — He might look like a typical college student in a coffee shop: backpack, water bottle, T-shirt and shorts. But this just might be a kid who will change the world. First though, he has to tackle an enviable summer travel schedule in Europe and Africa.
A combined $1 million gift from Walmart and the Walton Family Charitable Support Foundation will fund the renovation and expansion of the current Sam M. Walton College of Business display, honoring Walmart’s founder, Sam Walton, according to a statement form the University of Arkansas.
The surprisingly large crowd gathered in the Wednesday (May 16) afternoon heat in downtown Fort Smith erupted into simultaneous applause as the long-awaited and large statue of Bass Reeves came into view on the bridge from Oklahoma into downtown Fort Smith.
Sam T. Sicard said his father’s greatest leadership trait was humility, and members of the 2012 Leadership Fort Smith class were encouraged by Sicard to be humble leaders and “turn your passion into action.”
NorthWest Arkansas Community College's land use committee voted Thursday (May 10) to recommend its board of trustees enter preliminary discussion with land owner Philip Taldo for the school's Washington County Instructional Center.
Eureka Springs has joined the Main Street Arkansas network of cities actively revitalizing their historic commercial cores, and Warren, Clarksville, Wynne and Arkadelphia have joined the Arkansas Downtown Network (ADN)
In March of 2010, UAFS students launched the first student publication in 8 years. The Lions' Chronicle, which began as a monthly publication with a staff of 6 students, has since grown over the past few semesters to a staff of around 20.