Robert Medley, Times Record

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Past articles by Robert:

Tyson Foods to close Van Buren plant

The Tyson Foods Van Buren plant will close in May, company officials have announced, and about 970 jobs will be lost. → Read More

Healthcare provider in Sebastian County jail death lawsuit under scrutiny in other states

A jury trial date has been set for a healthcare provider named as a defendant in a Sebastian County, Arkansas jail inmate's death. → Read More

Polls open Tuesday in Oklahoma for recreational marijuana decision

Oklahomans headed to the polls Tuesday to decide the only issue on the ballot, State Question 820 to legalize recreational marijuana for adults. → Read More

Will Oklahoma voters legalize recreational marijuana?

Oklahomans will decide Tuesday whether to legalize recreational marijuana for adults age 21 and over when they vote on State Question 820 in a special election. Will Oklahoma become the 22nd state in the nation to approve recreational marijuana for adults or will Oklahoma voters follow Arkansans who rejected recreational marijuana in a Nov. 8, general election? Arkansans said no to recreational… → Read More

Rich history restored at Fort Smith Thomas Quinn Guest House

Work has been completed on the historic Thomas Quinn House. → Read More

Flood watch, warning issued, heavy rains to start Thursday in Arkansas

A flood warning has been issued for areas of Arkansas → Read More

Oklahoma recreational marijuana passage could expunge past criminal records

The March 7 vote in Oklahoma on recreational marijuana could expunge some criminal convictions if yes votes prevail on State Question 820 → Read More

Fort Smith seeing record growth, Mayor McGill says in state of city address

Fort Smith Mayor George McGill gave the "State of the City Address" Monday, Feb. 27, 2023 at the University of Arkansas - Fort Smith → Read More

Oklahomans vote on recreational marijuana March 7

Recreational marijuana legalization is a question that is on the ballots in Oklahoma on Tuesday, March 7, 2023 in a special election. → Read More

How much did Arkansans bet on the Super Bowl?

Arkansans legally wagered on the Super Bowl for the first time this year. → Read More

1995 disappearance of 6-year-old Arkansas girl revisited on Hulu special

The 1995 disappearance story of a girl in Alma is in a crime documentary. → Read More

Fort Smith Fire Chief Phil Christensen dies of cancer

Fort Smith Fire Chief Phil Christensen died of cancer, city officials reported Saturday → Read More

Federal documents give details on explosive device found in Fort Smith home

Federal court documents describe an explosive device found in home of Fort Smith man in detail. Here's what the documents said. → Read More

Fugitive Fort Smith gunsmith Neil Ravi Mehta arrested in Austin, Texas

A fugitive Fort Smith gunsmith has been arrested in Austin, Texas by the FBI. → Read More

FBI, ATF search for Fort Smith gunsmith wanted for illegal explosives charge continues

Federal agents with are continuing to look for a Fort Smith man wanted on an explosive device charge. → Read More

Cable barrier in Oklahoma stops truck sliding on I-40 ice

An Oklahoma Highway Patrol trooper's dashboard camera Tuesday caught a tractor-trailer sliding on ice that stopped when it hit an Interstate 40 cable. → Read More

Who was Larry Price Jr. ?

Larry Price Jr. died in the Sebastian County jail. His family remembers his life, and they say he was deeply affected by his parents' divorce. → Read More

UPDATE: Over 9,000 OG&E River Valley customers are experiencing outages during winter storm

According to the NWS, the winter storm could bring snow accumulations of four to six inches across eastern Oklahoma and West Central Arkansas. → Read More

Thundersnow possible in Arkansas as winter weather comes through Tuesday and Wednesday

Thundersnow was possible in the winter storm that moved into Arkansas Tuesday. → Read More

Sebastian County, Ark. NAACP releases statement on 2021 inmate death

The Sebastian County NAACP has released a statement about the federal lawsuit filed over a 2021 death of a Black inmate in Fort Smith → Read More