The $3 million Hope Campus recommended by Dr. Robert Marbut could move closer to fruition if Old Fort Homeless Coalition (OFHC) Vice-President and Director of the Fort Smith Housing Authority Ken Pyle has anything to do with it.
Walmart’s Sam’s Club is breaking new ground appointing its first female chief executive officer in company history. Rosalind Brewer, 49, will replace Brian Cornell, 52, who is returning to the Northeast for family reasons, according to a company statement issued Friday morning (Jan. 20).
Fort Smith Fire Chief Mike Richards voiced his support of the existing 1% tax, up for renewal March 13, and warned that failure to approve would almost certainly jeopardize the Fort Smith Fire Department’s (FSFD) Class 2 ISO rating Thursday night (Jan.
Fort Smith would move to a centralized human services campus for homeless services if Dr. Robert Marbut had anything to do with it. And with his strategic action plan set to come before the Old Fort Homeless Coalition on Jan.
It indeed was a Merry Christmas for the Fort Smith Public Library.
Library officials and the family of Barbara Jones Walker gathered Tuesday to officially a recognize a $50,000 donation from Mrs. Walker and unveil the Barbara Jones Walker Arkansas Genealogy Department.
Students at Mansfield Elementary School now have a little first-hand knowledge of France, Japan and Korea through a visit to the school by three staff members from the University of Arkansas at Fort Smith.
Graduation rates, a change in higher education funding and more than $1.4 million in savings from changes in operations were part of a packed agenda heard by the University of Arkansas at Fort Smith Board of Visitors.
At least two meetings were held Wednesday (Nov. 30) morning in Fort Smith during which business, political and military leaders began to form a game plan for protecting the 188th Fighter Wing against possible federal budget cuts.
“It’s been a long time, folks,” Sebastian County Circuit Court Judge Jim Spears said Tuesday (Nov. 22) in announcing to the Fort Smith Board of Directors that a statue of U.S. Deputy Marshal Bass Reeves will be in place by May 26.