Nominations from the Fort Smith region did not make the cut, but the City of Bentonville received the Community Tourism Development Award during the Tuesday night (Mar. 5) Henry Awards presentations at the 39th Annual Arkansas Governor’s Conference on Tourism.
Residents who had their dreams of a larger Ben Geren Aquatic Center crushed at the Feb. 19 meeting of the Sebastian County Quorum Court may have reason to hope again following Tuesday's (March 5) meeting of the Fort Smith Board of Directors.
Undercover investigations by news organizations and special interest groups have long been a staple of American Democracy. But there is concern that bills under consideration in the Arkansas Senate could change that.
• The Senate Report: Week 7 review
When I ran for office the first time, I didn’t know what a State Representative or Senator did. I had never been to the Capitol. I didn’t know how a bill became a law. Sound familiar to you?
More students who used vouchers in a Washington, D.C., program to attend private schools graduated from high school than students in public schools who did not receive the vouchers, according to a University of Arkansas researcher.
Fiscal cliff-related delays in the filing and processing of federal tax returns are being blamed for a more than 12% decline in individual tax refunds to Arkansans for the first eight months of the fiscal year, with most of the declines in the January and February reporting periods.
Fort Smith Director Keith Lau wasn’t just talking when he said the Board should remove from its agenda an ordinance request from Whirlpool Corp. that would ban groundwater drilling in certain areas of the city.