The Fort Smith Regional Art Museum has received the 2014 American Institute of Architects (AIA) Gulf States Region Merit Award at the Gulf States Regional Reception and Honor Awards during the 2014 AIA National Convention in Chicago.
Zilkha Biomass Energy, a producer of biomass solutions to electric utility customers, today announced Wednesday (July 30) its plan to build a $90 million pellet production plant in Monticello, Ark., that will employ 52.
An opinion from the Arkansas Attorney General will not change action already taken by the Sebastian County Election Commission, but its chairman said the commission would likely take a new vote to ensure it follows the letter of the law after closing and in some cases consolidating polling sites
During its regular meeting Monday evening (July 28), the Fort Smith School Board approved a contract with an insurance company to provide liability insurance for the district's pre-k programs even though the district is seeking a court ruling to determine whether the insurance is necessary for th
Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art employees Manuela Well-Off-Man and Chad Alligood have been promoted to curator, and Mindy Besaw has joined the museum as a curator. She previously worked at the Whitney Western Art Museum in Cody, Wyo.
Dave Robertson has been named director of the Center for Business and Professional Development at the The University of Arkansas at Fort Smith. The position was open following the retirement of Pat Eller.
The Jones Center is offering free dental services for those with no private health insurance starting on Monday, July 28 as part of the Ronald McDonald Care Mobile Dental Outreach program and Arkansas Children’s Hospital.
The University of Arkansas Bookstore, its shops at the Garland Center and all of its Razorback Shops will observe the Arkansas “sales tax holiday” on Saturday, Aug. 2, and Sunday, Aug. 3. State and local sales tax will not be collected during this 48-hour period on the following items:
First National Bank of Rogers announces it is rebranding its name to First National Bank of NWA. A new logo is also being introduced to reflect the new name. This name change is effective Aug. 1 with signage being changed in the coming months.
Downtown Bentonville retailer Klōthe Boutique and local clothing designer Nancy Martin are coming together to raise funds and provide in-kind donations to benefit Dress for Success® Northwest Arkansas.