Dr. Rita Littrell, director of the Bessie B. Moore Center for Economic Education at the University of Arkansas, was one of just 12 educators nationwide to be recognized for excellence in teaching economics.
The Fort Smith Regional Airport Commission tonight (Sept. 24) approved a resolution authorizing Airport Director John Parker to execute a Military Construction Cooperative Agreement (MCCA) with the Air National Guard to remove rubber build up from runway 7/25 with the ANG paying for the removal.
It was May 31 when Sharon Blentlinger first learned that Immaculate Conception Catholic School in Fort Smith would be named 2013 National Blue Ribbon School. That knowledge also came with an admonition to keep it a secret until Arne Duncan, the U.S.
Timothy O’Donnell, vice president and former treasurer of Southwestern Energy Co., has been hired as associate vice chancellor for budget and financial planning at the University of Arkansas, effective Oct. 7.
The University of Arkansas announced late Friday (Aug. 23) that John Diamond, the associate vice chancellor of university relations, has been fired. His dismissal is another surprise in the university’s troubled advancement division.
The New School, located in Fayetteville and housing students in Washington and Benton counties, has launched a $14 million fundraising effort that includes expansion of facilities, new equipment and an endowment.
It’s been a busy year at the Jones Center in Springdale after the non-profit revamped its business model in 2012 in the face of dwindling finances in order to keep the massive 220,000 square-foot family resource and recreation center afloat
It’s been nearly two years in the making, a true labor of love by a handful local leaders and health care advocates, but the Ronald McDonald Family Room at Mercy Hospital in Rogers opened its doors on Tuesday (July 16).
AccuWeather.com reports beginning later this weekend and continuing into next week, there is the potential for heavy, gusty thunderstorms hitting portions of Texas, the southern Plains and the Southwest.
While it will be hot, most of Arkansas will avoid severe weather.