James Michael Hesterly, 50, of Camden, Ark., was sentenced on Thursday (Dec. 18) to 33 months in prison and one year of supervised release on one count of Bribery Concerning a Program Receiving Federal Funds.
Graduation honors and rates with nursing and computer programs at Arkansas Tech University-Ozark Campus have been announced, with Patricia LaRue of Alma named “Student of the Year” by her classmates in the nursing program.
Michael Newcity, the chief financial officer at Fort Smith-based ArcBest Corp., will take a new role of chief innovation officer and president of ArcBest Technologies beginning Jan. 1. David Cobb will step into the role of CFO.
Museum curators knew they had a winner on their hands early on with the State of the Art: Discovering American Art exhibit. Crystal Bridges reports more than 127,000 visitors have graced its doors to view the diverse works since first displayed Sept. 13.
The Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism provided on Tuesday (Dec. 16) its list of Henry Award finalists, with Northwest Arkansas and the Fort Smith area connected to several of the potential winners.
NorthWest Arkansas Community College will soon have another special topics course to add to its repertoire. The course, titled “Science Fiction as Literature,” will be instructed by Timothy McGinn and offered during the spring semester, which begins Jan. 12.
The new North Street Clinic on the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences campus in Fayetteville said it will offer chronic disease management for type 2 diabetes. The clinic is open on Thursdays from 2 to 5 p.m.
For the second straight year, a graduate of NorthWest Arkansas Community College’s Physical Therapist Assistant Program received a perfect 800 score on the National Physical Therapy Assistant Examination.
Northwest Medical Center in Bentonville announces a new robotics technology for knee and total hip replacement procedures, performed using a new, surgeon-controlled robotic arm system that enables accurate alignment and placement of implants.