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Monday, October 15, 2018

RUTLEDGE: Online Services May Not Be All That They Appear

LITTLE ROCK – From food delivery to job applications, many services are available online rather than requiring Arkansans to visit a storefront, but the quality...

Sparks Names Environmental Services Director

FORT SMITH - Tyler Grawien has joined Sparks Health System as director of environmental services. In this roll, Grawien will oversee a staff of more than...

Fort Smith Police Department Promotes New Captains and Deputy Chief

The Fort Smith Police Department has promoted three veteran officers to the ranks of Captain and Deputy Chief. The Civil Service Commission certified a...

Murder Suspect Arrested Near Oklahoma City

OKLAHOMA CITY - A man accused of killing his parents near the Etna community was tracked down and arrested in Central Oklahoma. According to television...

Longtime Journalist Joins FSPD

FORT SMITH - The Fort Smith Police Department welcomes Aric Mitchell as the new Public Information Officer. Mitchell is the first civilian to fill...

UAFS Employees Receive Staff Awards

FORT SMITH - Tammy Spencer of Poteau, Okla., assistant director of procurement and contracts, and Danielle Jolie of Fort Smith, director of academic services...

AUDIO: Boozman Discusses Ongoing Opioid Crisis

WASHINGTON - Last week the Senate, with Senator Boozman’s support, passed comprehensive legislation to battle the nation’s opioid crisis. In this audio message, the...

Cherokees Taking Elder Angel Tree Applications

TAHLEQUAH, Okla. – The 2018 Cherokee Nation Angel Project and Elder Angel Tree applications are now available at sites throughout the tribe’s 14 counties, including...

Tornado Watch Issued For River Valley

TULSA - The National Weather Service has issued a Tornado Watch for the River Valley and Northwest Arkansas through 8:00 PM tonight. It has already...

Funeral Tomorrow For Barling Mayor

BARLING - The City of Barling is seeing a number of changes due to a number of circumstances. Funeral services are set for Mayor Jerry...