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Wednesday, January 23, 2019

FSPD promotes three

Three additional promotion notifications were announced over the weekend by the Fort Smith Police...

UAFS Athletes Well-Represented On Conference Academic Rolls

January 11th, 2019 More than half of the UAFS student-athletes were recently named to the Heartland Conference President's and...

Heavy rainfall expected this weekend

While winter weather is expected in the states to our north, the National Weather Service says residents of the River Valley can expect a lot of wet weather this weekend.

FSPD Chief recognized for public service efforts

Fort Smith Police Chief Nathaniel Clark has had a long career in law enforcement. Over his decades of public safety leadership, he has developed forward-thinking, progressive ideas regarding police work.

“Community First” initiative exceeds expectations

Operation Community First was launched in 2018 with the goal of increasing non-enforcement contacts and reducing the number of major crimes throughout Fort Smith.

New board members to be installed tonight

Two new members of the Board of Directors will take the Oath of Office on Tuesday, January 8, at about 6:00 p.m.

Fort Smith Chamber sets date for Breakfast Club

FORT SMITH - Those who have a desire to network with like minded business owners and managers have the perfect opportunity to do so thanks to an upcoming event from the Fort Smith Regional Chamber of Commerce. 

The monthly Breakfast Club event will take place on Tuesday January 15th, from 8:00 AM to 9:00 AM at the Chamber offices, 612 Garrison Avenue. 

Van Buren man arrested on child pornography charges

January 8th, 2019 Van Buren- A man has been arrested following following a tip to police that he was...

Governor grants clemency to Van Buren man

Governor Asa Hutchinson today announced his intent to grant 14 pardons and 1 restoration of firearm rights only. An additional 45 clemency requests were denied and 2 had no action taken upon it.

Warm temperatures continue ahead of rain

The entire Arkansas River Valley continues to feel more like a coastal community this week, as humidity persists along with temperatures in the high sixties.