Arkansas Colleges of Health Education in Fort Smith has signed an affiliation agreement with Ouachita Baptist University in Arkadelphia, intended to streamline the admission process for Ouachita’s highest academic performers.
ACHE is now partnering with Ouachita Baptist University to assist their top students who want to apply for medical school.
A lot of dirt is moving and steel and lumber are going into the air all over Fort Smith and the region. #keepthemomentumgoing
The new Mercy Fort Smith and Kindred Rehabilitation Hospital on the ACHE campus added $21 million to the January new construction permit total.
The 3rd River Valley Duathlon may not occur until Sunday, April 26, but the early deadline for registration is less than a month away for the 5k/11.8 mile/5k run/bike race.
After a lengthy process, the city has narrowly given the go-ahead to sell property that was the site of a construction project that turned sour.
After months of discussion and two votes, the Fort Smith Board of Directors voted to sell the city-owned property that is the former River Valley Sports Complex.
The Fort Smith City Board of Directors has approved the sale of the former River Valley Sports Complex property in Chaffee Crossing.
The agenda of the February meeting of the Fort Chaffee Redevelopment Authority (FCRA) Board of Trustees meeting included standard approvals and one application for extension.
A partnership between Mercy Fort Smith and Arkansas Colleges of Health Education (ACHE) will bring a new residency program to Mercy and an annual $23 million economic boost to the Fort Smith region.
Mercy Fort Smith and the Arkansas Colleges of Health Education (ACHE) are developing a new residency program, thanks to a $1.3 million donation from ACHE with the assistance of the Degen Foundation.