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.
Grady Spann, superintendent of the Ozark Folk Center and an 18-year veteran in the Arkansas State Parks System, encouraged Fort Smith to get its motor running for motorcycle tourism on Friday (Oct. 5).
In support of October being Breast Cancer Awareness Month, The City Wire is encouraging individuals, businesses and organizations in the Fort Smith region and Northwest Arkansas to place a pink logo and/or a pink color on their website.
FAYETTEVILLE — The Washington County insurance benefit fund got an additional $450,000 Thursday (Sept. 20) as the Quorum Court voted to add the money to avoid adverse actions from the county’s excess insurance carrier.
For the eighth consecutive year, Arkansas Tech University-Ozark Campus set an enrollment record. And, for the first time in its history, Arkansas Tech-Ozark has a fall enrollment of more than 2,000 students.
In a time of shrinking budgets and growing needs, institutions of higher learning actively work toward diversifying their revenue streams. A major component of these efforts is aggressively seeking out grants from federal, state and private entities.