Area residents could soon be smelling fresh paint along Garrison Avenue following the announcement today that Fort Smith is in the running for a revitalization project as part of the "Main Street Matters" campaign.
There are better ways to respond to help the victims of natural disasters than just showing up to help or immediately sending loads of supplies, according to officials who study and deal with victim response.
Graduating seniors from the College of Business at the University of Arkansas at Fort Smith scored in the top 20 percent in a national assessment test, with six UAFS students scoring in the top 10 percent internationally.
The Northwest Arkansas Naturals announced Thursday (May 2) that General Manager Eric Edelstein has accepted a position with the Pacific Coast League’s Reno Aces and will transition out of his role as General Manager of the team.
The first meeting of the Comprehensive Plan Steering Committee was held Monday (April 29) and focused on several big picture ideas, but very little on how to bring jobs back to Fort Smith and transform the region's economy.
Three students from Arkansas Tech University-Ozark Campus competed in the Electric Cooperatives of Arkansas’ 10th Annual Electric Vehicle Rally, taking home first place honors in the troubleshooting category.