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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
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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
For Smith legislator paid almost $700,000 on port concept. A waste, says one evaluation.

ONE WINNER: Rep. Mat Pitsch has made plenty of money working on a port project that has yet to come to fruition. One authority thinks it's a waste of money.

Dash-cam Video Released from High Speed Chase in Fort Smith

One man faces more than a dozen charges after leading police on a high-speed chase through Sebastian County Friday. Police say Joshua Spencer stole a vehicle from Choctaw Casino in Pocola.

Fort Smith: School Lockdown Lifted As Possible Shooting Investigation Continues

Two schools in Fort Smith were placed on a brief lockdown because of possible shot fires, according to Fort Smith Police Sgt. Daniel Grubbs.

ATU Theatre plans fall production

Arkansas Tech University senior theatre major Glen Poole of Fort Smith will direct three performances of "Rope" by Patrick Hamilton at ATU's Techionery Theatre this month. The ATU Theatre fall production will be staged at 8 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 26, Friday, Oct. 27 and Saturday, Oct. 28 at the Techionery Theatre, located at 1502 N. El Paso Ave. in Russellville.

Over the Edge: Supporting Free Resources for Cancer Patients

The concept of support is so important because the event raises awareness and money for the Donald W. Reynolds Cancer Support House Tucked behind Creekmore Park in the heart of Fort Smith, a grant from the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation paid for the 22,000 square foot facility back in 2000. It offers services Monday through Friday.

Suspect In Fort Smith High-Speed Chase Involving Multiple Agencies Now In Custody

The pursuit started on Zero Street, and ended at the Village South Apartments by River Valley Inn and Suites, police said. Fort Smith police, Greenwood police, and the Sebastian County Sheriff's Office were all involved in the pursuit.

New Businesses Popping Up In Downtown Fort Smith

A building on 1000 Garrison will soon be home to R. Landry's. The New Orleans style restaurant will still be open at its original location five blocks up the road until Thanksgiving.

Fort Smith Police Searching For Armed Robbery Suspect

Two have been arrested and one is wanted by police in connection with an armed robbery at a Dollar General. Trayveoun Wade Jr. is wanted on a felony warrant for aggravated robbery in connection with a robbery that occurred Monday at Dollar General, 1701 Grand Ave. Two employees reported a man armed with a gun and wearing a mask went into the business and demanded money.

Fort Smith Police searching for aggravated robbery suspect

Officers say they responded to the Dollar General on Grand Avenue Monday night. Police say two employees told them a black man came into the store wearing a mask and demanding money with a gun.

Progress Continues On United States Marshals Museum

More progress is being made on a new state of the art facility to be built in downtown Fort Smith. Crews are creating a building pad.

Fort Smith Homeless Shelter Full Within A Few Days

The new homeless center in Fort Smith is full, which has lead those in charge to think the homeless population is more than they originally thought. "We figured when it got really cold around Christmas and stuff like that that's when we would get full but what this tells us is maybe there's a whole lot more homeless people here in Fort Smith than what we know of," said Hope Campus Board President Greg Pair.

Man Hit By Semi In LeFlore County

A man sustained severe injuries as a result of a collision involving a Peterbilt semi-truck Monday morning . Beau Tackett, 37, of Bokoshe was taken by ambulance to Sparks Regional Medical Center in Fort Smith for treatment of trunk internal, leg and head injuries.

World War II veteran is the last original pilot of 184th Squadron

As an eager teenage pilot trainee at Moffett Field in 1939, Jim Moore could not imagine the wilds he would see just a few short years later from the cockpit of a B-25 in World War II. Approaching his 95th birthday on Oct. 16, the Fort Smith native and former chief pilot for ABF has long proven people wrong, including his father.

Accountancy Board Green Lights CPAs Serving Medical Marijuana Businesses

Arkansas accountants might have been given the all clear to provide professional services to medical marijuana businesses in the state, but some of the largest accounting firms in Northwest Arkansas and the Fort Smith metro are weighing their options on whether they'll serve them anytime soon. On Aug. 18, the Arkansas State Board of Public Accountancy concluded accountants who provide professional services to medical marijuana businesses that are licensed or in the process of being licensed to operate in Arkansas will not be perceived as lacking "good moral character," and the service provided won't be "considered an act discreditable to the profession."

Fort Smith teen tells police he's the masked burglar

In recorded interviews with police, 18 year-old Jacob Favela told Fort Smith Investigators he was just about to leave for college in Arizona when he was arrested. Favela said he planned on studying Aerospace Engineering.

A Look Back: Building a Railroad

Many remember the story in those American History textbooks about the building of the transcontinental railroad across our great country. Others may have even visited points of interest in that story, like Promontory Point, Utah where the Golden Spike was ceremonially driven in be Leland Stanford to join the Central Pacific and Union Pacific railroads in 1869.

Golf tournament to benefit the Kistler Treatment Center

The Gregory Kistler Treatment Center has been on a mission to assist children born with disabilities. Today, that mission will get a fundraising boost from a local golf tournament in Fort Smith.

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