It never seems to amaze me about Mercy of Fort Smith. They have fired or let go 7-12 long term employees in the last year or two. They just let another long term employee go in the last couple of weeks. When will it end? I'm talking about employees that have been with St.
Medicare beneficiaries take an average of 29 prescriptions per year, spending approximately $1,300 on medications annually. Individuals with chronic conditions such as heart failure often pay more than double that amount.
I think Judith Moran is correct, it was never all about trash. It was about force, much like the forced Prepared Food Tax that was ultimately defeated by the people. It was about elitism of a few present and past city directors and outside influence. People who feel they somehow know better th
All we hear in the news anymore in the Fort Smith Region is that businesses and industries are laying off people right and left in this area. We just don't hear that very many new businesses are hiring in the area. My personal belief is that the local directors should be held more accountable
Didn’t Mayor Sanders threaten to “veto” any attempt by the city directors to accept “competitive bidding” for those neighborhoods in question? Without the competitive bidding process from private companies in the area, this may be a victory for the city administration, but is it for the young w
Welcome to the second posting of the MDS Radio Blog. First thanks for the thumbs up! Couple things to hit on this week, the first being Mychael In The Morning has moved to the midday (11:00 A.M.), so now it's Midday With Mychael!
The Ft Smith Housing Authority is wanting to spend $1,094,000 of our tax dollars in infrastructure improvements to ready Bailey Hill Subdivision for 36 housing units. This $1,094,000 will only provide infrastructure for the site. These costs do not include the cost for demolition of the Bailey
I believe the residents of Fort Smith lost big tonight as the board of directors voted to force city-wide automated trash pickup. This completely eliminates any help from private trash haulers bidding in a competitive environment to help solve this issue or keep performance and prices in line,
We love our customers at the deli. I've been in the Fort for ten years and before the restaurant, it was hard to feel as though I belonged here. I'm a Yankee after all (please just keep that between us...I've seen those confederate flags flying)! My children were adults when I moved to the are
We are truly delighted to announce Patricia Brown and Vonda Gardner as this year's Honorary Chairs for Paint the Park Pink!!!
Join us on September 27th at University of Arkansas Fort Smith for a fun filled Family Fun Walk to celebrate breast cancer awareness!!