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Past articles by Chandler:

Local Woman Enters All-Female Aviation Race

ARKANSAS (KFSM) — A local woman has entered a women’s only race, but instead of running or driving, these women will be flying. Cindy Coleman is originally from Lavaca, and had an inter… → Read More

UAFS Receives $250,000 Grant To Restore Historic Home

VAN BUREN (KFSM)– The Wilhauf House is believed to be the second oldest home in Van Buren, and it’s getting restored thanks to a $250,000 grant given to the University of Arkansas-Fort Smith … → Read More

Mild Winter To Blame For Higher-Than-Normal Heartworm Risk

(KFSM) — Pets could be at a greater risk this summer for getting a common but deadly disease and one mosquito bite is all it takes for a dog to become infected. According to the American Hear… → Read More

Ceremony Honors Fallen Officers For National Police Week

FORT SMITH (KFSM)– U.S. marshal, Mike Oglesby spoke at a ceremony on Saturday (May 21) at the Fort Smith National Historic Site. The ceremony was held on the last day of National Police Week … → Read More

Ride Of Silence Honors Cyclists Killed Or Injured While Riding

FORT SMITH (KFSM)– May is National Bike Month, and on Wednesday (May 18) cyclists all over the world participated in a Ride of Silence. This is the 13th year for the Ride of Silence and cycli… → Read More

Stigler High School Senior Not Allowed To Walk In Ceremony

STIGLER (KFSM)– A Stigler High School senior was not allowed to walk with his class at their baccalaureate ceremony on Sunday (May 15) because of what he was wearing. Keaton Buffington was we… → Read More

Johnson County Holds Memorial For Fallen Officers

JOHNSON COUNTY (KFSM)– May 15th is National Police Memorial Day, and this week is National Law Enforcement Memorial Week. For the Johnson County Sheriff’s Department this week hits a little t… → Read More

New Swimming Restrictions Posted At Sugarloaf Lake

SUGARLOAF (KFSM)– With summer just around the corner, many people are looking forward to going to pools and lakes to swim, but one local lake that’s been a popular swimming spot for yea… → Read More

Northside Choir Director Conducts Final Show

FORT SMITH (KFSM)– A local high school choir director conducted his final concert on Tuesday (May 10), and some of his former students gave him a big surprise. After 39 years as Northside Hig… → Read More

Equipment Worth Thousands Stolen From Muldrow Church

MULDROW (KFSM)– Church of the Nazarene pastor Carl Fugett expected to walk into the church to pray on Tuesday (May 10) but instead walked into a crime scene. He said someone broke in through… → Read More

“League Of Their Own” Cast Reunites To Play Ball At Bentonville Film Festival

SPRINGDALE (KFSM) — Six of the Rockford Peaches from “A League Of Their Own” reunited Sunday (May 8) on the last day of the Bentonville Film Festival. Freddie Simpson, who played … → Read More

Critically Injured Teen Goes To Prom 2 Years After Accident

MULDROW (KFSM)– Two years ago Christian Mayberry was in a hospital bed barely able to speak or walk after an ATV accident near Muldrow. But, on Saturday (May 7) he defied all of the odds by d… → Read More

“Tales Of The Crypt” Researches Fort Smith’s Past

FORT SMITH (KFSM)– The Tales of the Crypt tour has been an interactive way to learn about local history for decades, but this could be the last year for the program in Fort Smith. Students li… → Read More

The 2016 Steel Horse Rally Wraps Up In Fort Smith

FORT SMITH (KFSM)– For many bikers the Steel Horse Rally is a chance to see old friends, get some new gear and show off their ride, but the bigger picture is what it’s truly all about. … → Read More

“Dead Red Law” Allows Cyclists To Run Some Red Lights

It’s a law you might not have heard of, and it allows motorcycles to run red lights under certain conditions. Some people call it the “Dead Red Law.” “You do get some looks, and you really ne… → Read More

General Darby Legacy Monument Arrives In Fort Smith

FORT SMITH (KFSM)– The General Darby Legacy Monument has finally made its way into Fort Smith. The bronze statue was brought over the Garrison Avenue bridge with a caravan of motorcycles and … → Read More

Popular River Valley Restaurant Sold, Opening For Steel Horse Rally

FORT SMITH (KFSM)– A popular restaurant and concert venue in the River Valley is taking on a new name. What was once known as Neumeier’s Rib Room will now be called the Sound Room. “It will b… → Read More

FLW Hosts Special Olympics Fishing Derby

BENTONVILLE (KFSM)– The FLW teamed up with the Special Olympics to host a fishing derby for Special Olympic athletes and anyone else who wanted to compete on Saturday (April 16). Dozens of Sp… → Read More

Students React After Carl Albert Announces Multiple Program Cuts

POTEAU (KFSM) — Oklahoma state budget cuts are filtering down to state schools like Carl Albert State College. The school announced it is being forced to cut multiple degree and sports progra… → Read More

Local Family Raising Money To Buy Service Dog For Son With Autism

CAVE SPRINGS (KFSM)– A local family is trying to help keep their son safe, so they’re raising money for a service dog that could save his life. Five-year-old Carson Lloyd was diagnosed … → Read More