BENTONVILLE — Any massive project requires great amounts of planning and expertise and creating a world-class museum is no different. Like all things in life, some things are not known how they will go until they happen.
United Way of Fort Smith Area will host the area’s first Youth Day of Caring on Saturday, Nov. 10, 2012. Area high school and college students will volunteer at locations throughout Fort Smith, Ozark and Van Buren on projects benefitting United Way agencies.
A competition among young boosters of engineering, science and technology on Nov. 3 at the University of Arkansas at Fort Smith paid off for Chaffin Junior High of Fort Smith with top honors in the annual River Valley BEST Robotics Competition.
The University of Arkansas at Fort Smith theatre program received top awards and regional nominations from presenting "Dromnium" at the Arkansas State Festival of the Kennedy Center/American College Theatre Festival which was held Oct. 24-28 in Arkadelphia.
Just days before the election that includes a vote on a controversial Walmart development in Bella Vista, questions have been raised about what Bella Vista Mayor Frank Anderson may have known about a critical piece of information related to the development.
BENTONVILLE — The NorthWest Arkansas Community College Board of Trustees found another $900,000 in proposed, deeper budget cuts during Monday’s (Oct. 8) meeting. The cuts come from freezing many unfilled positions throughout the college.