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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
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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
Van Buren approves tobacco ban in parks

The ordinance, which went into effect immediately upon its passage Tuesday, prohibits the use of all tobacco products plus e-cigarettes and vaping products from Van Buren's six parks. City Planning Director Joe Hurst said tobacco use also will be banned from the city's newest park, Freedom Park, when it is dedicated Friday.

County aims to keep mentally ill out of jail

Sebastian County officials are preparing an application, seeking to be approved to set up a crisis stabilization unit where mentally ill people who come into contact with police can be sent to keep them from ending up in jail or prison. Sebastian County is one of four or five entities that state Sen. Jeremy Hutchinson, R-Little Rock, said he's heard may apply for one of the three units that will be established in Arkansas and operated with $5 million that Gov. Asa Hutchinson included in this year's state budget.

FBI report shows Barrow gang stole suits in Fort Smith

Clyde Barrow and W.D. Jones most likely were wearing suits stolen from a Fort Smith tailor in those photographs that became known as the "Joplin rolls," capturing the nation's attention on the front pages of newspapers following a deadly April 1933 shootout with police in Joplin, Missouri. Jeff Hill , a Fort Smith-based truck driver, saw two mentions of the stolen suits in extensive Federal Bureau of Investigation digital files on Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow while doing volunteer research for the Fort Smith Museum of History .

Bordertown Brew Fest Ales 4 Trails Returns To Downtown Fort Smith

The second annual Ales 4 Trails festival returns to downtown Fort Smith with over 350 craft beers for people to sample on Saturday, July 8. The festival will also have fun events to enjoy other than drinking beer such as a baggo tournament, trash can water pong and 3 main stage band performances. It will all be at Harry E. Kelly Park in Fort Smith from 5:30 p.m - 11 p.m. Tickets are $10 for general admission or you purchase a Brew Pass for $35 or a VIP Brew Pass for $75.

Officers receive awards for using minimum force on suspect

Three Fort Smith police officers have been given awards for using minimum force against a man having a drug episode in a convenience store, according to Sgt. Daniel Grubbs with the Fort Smith Police Dept.

Thousands To Gather For 27th Annual Riverfront Blues Festival

Music lovers will be coming together on Friday and Saturday as the 27th annual Riverfront Blues Festival kicks off this weekend. The two-day festival will include seven bands and musicians.

Arkansas man sentenced in meth case; he gets 35 years for 50-pound stash intercepted in 2016

An Alma man has been sentenced in federal court to 35 years in prison after he was convicted of conspiring to distribute methamphetamine in the Fort Smith area. Western Arkansas Chief U.S. District Judge P.K. Holmes III also sentenced David Hurl Lemmon on Wednesday to 15 years in prison for being a felon in possession of a firearm.

JPs approve plan for voting centers

Voters in Sebastian County will be able to cast ballots at any polling place in the county beginning with the Sept. 19 school election after the the Quorum Court approved the establishment of vote centers.

Recycling Lawsuit Filed Against City of Fort Smith

A lawsuit has been filed against the city of Fort Smith after the city sent recyclables to the landfill, while charging residents for a monthly recycling fee. The lawsuit, filed by Fort Smith resident, Jennifer Merriott and attorney, Whitfield Hyman, states the city of Fort Smith transported nearly 8,000 tons of recyclables to the landfill instead of the recycling facility.

Salvation Army In Need Of Food Donations After Truck Destroys Summer Food Supply

On Friday a truck crashed into the Salvation Army warehouse on North 50th and Johnson Streets in Fort Smith. Inside of the warehouse, the Salvation Army stores non-perishable food items that they donate to local families in need.

Teen In Custody After Barricading Himself Inside Fort Smith Apartment

A Fort Smith teenager was taken into police custody on Thursday after barricading himself inside an apartment, Fort Smith police said. Officers were called to South Brooke Apartments on Highway 271 on Thursday afternoon after receiving reports that two teenagers got in a fight in the parking lot.

Arts Organization Gets Land Near Marshals Museum Site in Fort Smith

The Community School of the Arts, a nonprofit arts education group in Fort Smith, announced Thursday that a tract of land had been donated to the organization.

Bott Radio Network Expands in Arkansas & South Dakota

Contact: Sam Rinearson, Bott Radio Network , 913-693-5707 OVERLAND PARK, Kan., June 21, 2017 / Christian Newswire / -- Bott Radio Network expanded its nationwide Christian Talk Radio network with the launch of two new radio stations, serving Rapid City, SD at 90.3 FM, and serving Fort Smith, AR at 88.9 FM. Building on the legacy of Christian programming begun by AFR on these stations, BRN began broadcasting its format of Quality Bible Teaching, Christian News and Information on these full-power FM stations in June.

Nolan Caddell Reynolds Opens New Office in Fayetteville, AR

Arkansas attorneys, Nolan Caddell Reynolds, have opened a third office in Suite A at 3000 North Market Avenue in Fayetteville. The partners believe, this office, in addition to their offices in Fort Smith and Rogers, will make it easier to serve their growing client base in Northwest Arkansas.

Fort Smith board of directors consider recycling contract

WEBVTT REPORTER: IN JUST AN HOUR, THEMAYOR AND CITY OFFICIALS WILMEET HERE TO DISCUSS A NEWRECYCLING CONTRACT.IT COULD BE THE FIRST TIME IN 2YEARS THAT THE RECYCLING HASN'TBEEN PUT WITH ALL THE OTHERGARBAGE.THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS WILLDECIDE ON A NEW CONTRACT WITHTHIRD ROCK RECYCLING AND PENSALES.THE CITY ADMINISTRATOR SAYS THENEW AGREEMENT WOULD INCLUDEHOUSEHOLD ITEMS, PAPER ANDCARDBOARD.40/29 NEWS FOUND OUT THAT THECITY HAS BEEN USING A LANDFISINCE 2014 WHEN ITS PREVIOUSCONTRACT EXPIRED.ACCORDING TO DOCUENTS, NEARLY90% OF RECYCLABLES HAVE BEENTREATED LIKE TRASH, DUMPED INTOA LANDFILL.THE 2-YEAR CONTRACT WILL COSTTHE CITY $14,000 A MONTH.LIVE IN FORT SMITH, ALLISONWISE, 40/29 NEWS.

UAFS Grant Could Help Students With Unexpected Life Expenses

Faculty with University of Arkansas - Fort Smith announced a $157,500 grant from Great Lakes Higher Education Corporation and Affiliates. The grant will help low-income students continue their education when emergencies or unexpected expenses arise.

Police: Man drowns rescuing 3 children from Arkansas River

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Police say a 19-year-old man drowned while trying to save three children from the Arkansas River.

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