New Billboards Aim to Bring Morgan Nick Home

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Photo Courtesy Clear Channel Outdoor

It’s been 18 years since Morgan Nick was kidnapped from a little league baseball field. But Nick’s family is keeping hope alive and hoping that new billboards will continue to raise awareness about her disappearance.

Clear Channel Outdoor in Fort Smith has donated two billboard locations along Interstate 40 in Van Buren that feature photos of Nick and a “Help Bring Morgan Home” message.

Then 6-years-old, Nick was last seen on June 9, 1995.

“Our family has never wavered in our fight to bring her safely back home,” said her mother, Colleen Nick. “We hear about miraculous recoveries of long term missing children more and more frequently and we believe that Morgan will also be one of those miracles.”

Colleen spearheads the Morgan Nick Foundation, aimed at spreading information about missing children, bringing them home and educating children about safety issues they may face.

“Our community is blessed to have an organization committed to bringing missing children home safely, supporting families of missing children and assisting law enforcement with emergency notifications when a child is missing,” said Orlando Ortiz, President of Clear Channel Outdoor in Fort Smith.

For information on the Morgan Nick Foundation visit or email

For recent coverage of the Morgan Nick case, click here.

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