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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
Toddler Dies Due To Suspicious Injuries; Father Jailed for Domestic Battery

A two-year-old boy, who was taken to the emergency room of Mercy Hospital, later died at the hospital Saturday morning, according to Fort Smith police. The police went to Mercy Hospital regarding a child who was brought to the emergency room by ambulance with suspicious injuries.

Toddler's death launches investigation in Fort Smith

Officers say the child was brought to Mercy Hospital's emergency room by ambulance on Saturday morning, with minor injuries to the left side of his face. Officers were also told he suffered from bleeding of the brain.

World Market Leaders Join Forces : UMAREX Receives GLOCK License

UMAREX GmbH & Co. KG headquartered in Germany receives the first worldwide license from the well-known Austrian weapons manufacturer, GLOCK, for the reproduction of its internationally recognized pistols.

Community celebrates Rosh Hashanah in Fort Smith

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Fort Smith Fire Department Employee Disciplined For Having Sex While On Duty

A Fort Smith Fire Department employee was disciplined for having sexual relations with women while on duty at several Fort Smith fire stations, city administrator Carl Geffken said. The alleged misconduct took place from October 2013 to the summer of 2015.

Mom Shares Touching Encounter Between Her Toddler and Grieving Grandfather

It's not uncommon for 18-month-old Owen to say "hi" and "bye" to everyone he meets, so his mom, Alyssa Hacker, wasn't at all surprised when he yelled "hi!" to an elderly man while they were shopping at a Target in Fort Smith, Arkansas over the weekend. "Hey sweet boy," the stranger replied as he approached their shopping cart.

Program to combat opioid abuse launched at Southside High School

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Sallisaw Residents Could Soon Be Able To Build Tiny Homes

You may have seen those tiny homes on TV, and now they're starting to pop up in our area. "They're cute and I think that it would be something that maybe everybody could afford," resident Shirley Tounzen said.

Janet Jackson at Verizon Arena: A Review

More than 23 years ago, I took a group of teenage girls from the Fort Smith Girls Club to see Janet Jackson in Kansas City. These girls had worked all summer to earn the trip: busting their tails racking up hours in everything from career development to fundraising to health and sexuality and, as a result, got to go see one of their - and my - idols.

Annual School Elections Underway, Voter ID Required

Voters will be required to show an approved ID when they cast their ballot. If a voter is unable to show an approved photo ID, they can vote using a provisional ballot.

Many Wait Until Deadline Day To Turn In Medical Marijuana Cultivation, Dispensary Applications

While the number of applications are still being counted, nearly 200 cultivation and dispensary applications were made on deadline day , bringing the total number of applications combined to 275. "I expected it would be like this because there was no incentive to turn in the applications earlier," said David Couch, executive director of the Arkansas Medical Marijuana Association.

Fort Smith riverfront work accounts for flood risk

With three historic floods in 2015 and three flood-stage crests already this year, inundations from river rises around Fort Smith and Van Buren have become more of an annual concern. Engineers for the U.S. Marshals Museum and those bidding on a future bike-and-skate park on the riverfront in Fort Smith are taking this into account.

Two Candidates Announce Run For Fort Smith Mayor

George McGill, 71, a native to Fort Smith and the Assistant Speaker Pro-Tem for the 91st Arkansas General Assembly announced he will run for the position. "First of all, I couldn't think of a better city to serve than Fort Smith.

Trolley, rail cars a part of Fort Smith's heritage

Not every property on the National Register of Historic Places always stays in the same place. That's true of Birney Safety Streetcar No.

Newly Hired Fort Smith Police Employee Resigns After Being Charged With Misconduct

The newly hired Fort Smith police deputy director of administrative services, Harold Rochon resigned from his position. Rochon had been employed for a week.

Couple Wants Help Identifying Hit And Run Driver

Friday night , David Edwards and his passenger Elaina Chandler said they were riding down Midland Avenue in Fort Smith when a white car pulled out in front of them at the intersection of North 43rd Street. "When I went over the hood, I evidently took the windshield wipers off of it when I went over because they were left at the scene," Edwards said.

Free prostate cancer screenings Sept. 15

The Arkansas Prostate Cancer Foundation will host a free prostate cancer education and screening event Sept. 15 at the Donald W. Reynolds Cancer Support House, at 3324 S. M St., in Fort Smith.

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