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"We just found a human skull": Tree trimmer discovers human remains while on the job

The trimmer discovered skeletal remains in the 2900 block of Cliff Drive in a hilly, wooded area about a half mile south of Southside High School. → Read More

Student loan debt in Arkansas surpasses $15 billion as the federal pause ends this month

Madelyn Escojido, a 2021 graduate of the UAFS, has had to support herself since she was 18 after her mother disowned her for her sexuality. → Read More

Four faculty promotions announced in the university's student life office

The University of Arkansas at Fort Smith has announced four new promotions within its Student Life Office for the upcoming year. → Read More

Man convicted of rape escapes from prison work crew

On Aug. 12, Samuel Hartman, an inmate at the East Arkansas Regional Unit, escaped from while on assignment with a field maintenance crew. → Read More

Arkansas Department of Health director speaks on the rise of monkeypox, 15 cases reported

As of August 11, the Arkansas Department of Health has tracked 15 cases of monkeypox in the state. Vaccines are only available to certain individuals. → Read More

UAFS to allocate funds to transportation and advanced manufacturing programs

The Arkansas Division of Higher Education has granted the University of Arkansas at Fort Smith with $1 million in regional workforce funding. → Read More

11 churches and 19 Van Buren organizations break record with fundraiser

The Matthew 25 Project estimates that it served 1,800 children in the Van Buren area at their seventh annual Back to School Bash. → Read More

Arkansas has confirmed 11 monkeypox cases as of Thursday

The Arkansas Department of Health has confirmed 11 active cases of monkeypox in the state as of Thursday. → Read More

Over 900 children to receive free school supplies, clothing and more

Matthew 25 project provides clothing, school supplies, free COVID-19 vaccines and more to Van Buren families starting school in August. → Read More

Over $22 million allocated to residents for reliable fiber internet

Dobson Fiber announces multi-million dollar expansion to Fort Smith and Barling for residents to have access to a new fiber internet service. → Read More

Korean War Legacy Foundation invites history teachers to implement new curriculum

Social studies teacher Jennifer McKinney from Northside High School attended the World Congress of Teachers for new curriculum on the Korean War. → Read More

77 artists were featured at the show's comeback after the COVID-19 pandemic

The Classic Charitable Foundation held its annual Art on the Border show. The foundation's treasurer can confirm over $100,000 in artwork was sold. → Read More

Mayo Clinic data will provide early disease-detection and better individual care

Mayo Clinic and Mercy will collaborate in a 10-year agreement using current data science to find diseases earlier and provide better care plans. → Read More

Retired Northside teacher turns wood into art, donates profits to church

Stephen Holmes, a retired art teacher from Northside High School, sells his art to help the Fort Smith community. → Read More

Self-taught artist in Fort Smith uses recycled materials, sells work at Art on the Border

Shareen Pruitt, a self-taught artist in Fort Smith, wants to bring joy to others through her colorful art. → Read More

Little Rock jeweler visits Shanghai to buy authentic pearls to be sold at Art on the Border

Nancy McGraw makes jewelry using precious pearls from China → Read More

Southside High School senior wins Rodeo Queen at the Lazy E Arena finals in Oklahoma

Southside High School senior Mary Ivey was crowned National Little Britches Rodeo Queen; now she will compete in the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. → Read More

Audio recording of sexual abuse in Lamar locker room results in three students suspended

The original Title IX complaint was filed on March 11, 2022, accusing four students of sexual assault on March 8. → Read More

UA RazorBug delivers diplomas to class of 2022

U of A Razorbug delivers diplomas to 2022 graduates in Fort Smith → Read More

Must-see River Valley and NW Arkansas firework shows

Here is a list of firework shows in the River Valley and Northwest Arkansas for July 2 through July 4. River Valley Saturday, July 2 Alma Liberty Festival 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. downtown Alma Sunday, July 3 Monday, July 4 Fort Smith Mayor's 4th of July 5 to 9:30 p.m. Riverfront Park Greenwood Freedom Fest 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. Town Square Northwest Arkansas Sunday, July 3 Highfill Firework Show… → Read More