The Fort Smith Museum of History is hosting a fundraising event that requires nothing more than a contribution. The pandemic closed the museum for months, so UnMasked is meant to raise funds lost during that time.
Fort Smith and Sebastian County government leaders have entered into discussions with the Arkansas Division of the United Daughters of the Confederacy regarding to the future of a Confederate monument that stands on the grounds of the county courthouse. The conversations started after the UDC announced it would be moving another Confederate monument that had stood on the Bentonville downtown square.
This week, Michael Tilley, with our partner Talk Business and Politics, discusses the latest expansion move from the Arkansas Colleges for Health Education and the possible move of another Confederate statue.
Lay's is converting millions of potato chip bags to feature the smiles of 30 ordinary people doing extraordinary things in their communities. One of those smiles belongs to Charolette Tidwell, founder of Antioch for Youth & Family. Up to $1 million in proceeds will support Operation Smile.
Michael Tilley, with Talk Business and Politics, discusses a slow recovery for the airport in Fort Smith as the pandemic moves into a seventh month. He also discusses the upkeep of a historic cemetery in the city and more.