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About: fort smith, arkansas

The United States Department of the Interior selected Fort Smith to be the home of the US Marshal Service National Museum. The city began as a western frontier military post in the early 1800s and became well known for its law enforcement heritage and prominent role in the settling of the "Wild West. "

Population: 80268
Local Newspapers: Southwest Times Record
Local Sports Teams:
Local Colleges: University of Arkansas at Fort Smith

Zip Codes associated with fort smith, arkansas: 72091 72093 72904 72908 72916
Towns/Cities near fort smith, arkansas : Van Buren Rudy Alama Kibler Barling Arkoma Moffett

Fort Smith News
Benton County planners OK coffee shop business plans

A local entrepreneur's vision of growing a national chain of drive-through coffee shops got a boost Wednesday from Benton County planners. The Benton County Planning Board approved a site plan for a 40,000-square-foot warehouse, manufacturing and office facility planned for property on Highway 62 near Garfield that will house the 7 Brew Coffee Company as the business grows.

Fort Smith School Board urges only early, absentee voting in quiet '17

The School Board is asking that voting in the 2017 school election be limited to absentee and early voting because of the lack of contested races and no proposed millage increase on the ballot. The Fort Smith School Board passed a resolution Monday asking the Sebastian County Election Commission to conduct absentee and early voting only for this year's school election.

Sexton On Executive Session: "Longest In History Of This Board"

Last week, the Fort Smith board of directors gave the head of the civil service commission the option to recuse himself from his position because his law partner is suing the city. "I knew during the two hours from the vote that had happened before the session had occurred that the vote was four to three ," said Sexton.

Huntington Woman Livid Over $1,400 Water Bill

A local woman is angry over a water bill that's more than $1,400. The city says it's obvious she had a leak, but Owens says that's not true.

Two Fort Smith Churches Broken Into, Vandalized

Pastors at two Fort Smith churches woke up on Friday to find that their churches had been broken into. Pastor Charles Armour of Faith United Methodist reported that a library window had been broken out, and that glass was thrown into the yard of the Massard Road property, according to an incident report.

Convenience store robbed at knifepoint in Fort Smith

A man robbed the Sunshine Big D Convenience Store on Midland Blvd. at knifepoint Tuesday afternoon, according to a release sent by Sgt. Wes Milam with the Fort Smith Police Department.

Fort Smith Police: Sunshine Big D Convenience Store Robbed

Fort Smith police are searching for a suspect in an armed robbery of a convenience store on Tuesday . Around 3 p.m. a clerk reported that a black male walked into the Sunshine Big D Convenience store at 2001 Midland Boulevard, brought items to the register and then threatened her with a knife, said Sgt.

Arkansas native linked to $42M Ponzi scheme begins 50-month prison term

A 66-year-old Fort Smith woman has reported to a federal prison in Texas to begin serving a 50-month sentence in connection with a multimillion-dollar Ponzi scheme she ran through her companies in New Jersey. Shirley Sooy, an Arkansas native, pleaded guilty last year in federal court in Newark, N.J., to wire fraud and money laundering in connection with the Ponzi scheme.

Local Organization Hosts Small Business & Development Fair

If you've wanted a chance to learn how to start a business or take your small company to the next level, you can find out during the annual Small Business and Development Fair on Tuesday . The fair is from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the DoubleTree Hotel in downtown Fort Smith.

Shopping malls

Not long ago I wrote about the demise of former mainstay retailers in the lives of us raised in the 1950s and '60s. Woolworth's, Ben Franklin, Montgomery Ward all were parts of our day-to-day lives.

This is just the beginning

The word, "heat wave," has been thrown around a lot the last couple days. Not necessarily that we're in a heat wave right now, but, that one is coming.

Fayetteville Searching For Local Artists For Public Art Project

Experience Fayetteville has teamed up with JUSTKIDS -- the same group curating the Unexpected Project in Fort Smith -- to bring public art to the city of Fayetteville. The city will be adding five new public art projects in August.

Viral Post Sparks Discussion About Mental Health Days At Work

The issue of mental health and whether or not it is okay to take mental health days at work is making headlines after an email went viral of a woman telling her co-workers she was taking two days to focus on her mental health. "We're afraid to say, 'Wait a minute, I'm struggling,'" said John Skelly, therapist at Fresh Roots Family Counseling.

New Principal Named At Northside High School In Fort Smith

Keri Rathbun was named the new principal at Northside High School in Fort Smith. She comes from being the principal at Kimmons Junior High for the past year.

Former Fort Smith Police Officer Speaks Out On Controversial Issue

With all the controversy happening with the Civil Service Commission and the Fort Smith Police Department , 5NEWS reached out to former Fort Smith Police officers to get their take on what's happening. Some said they don't agree with many things going on in the city and the department.

Convention of Jehovah's Witnesses draws thousands to downtown Fort Smith

Organizers expect more than 3,000 people to attend this weekend's convention. This year's theme is don't give up.

Passengers Deplaned At Fort Smith Airport After Pilot Said He Was Accused Of Drinking

Passengers at the Fort Smith Airport were deplaned from their flight after the pilot said he had been accused of drinking. Flight 5859 to Dallas-Fort Worth was scheduled to take off from Fort Smith at 6:26 p.m. The sheriff's office was called out to the airport at 8:49 p.m. The plane had already been delayed due to weather issues in Dallas, but the passengers were seated and ready to go when the plane lurched forward and hit a bump.

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