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  • Terra Studios Postpones Production Of Bluebirds Of Happiness To Reduce Carbon Footprint

    FAYETTEVILLE, Ark (KFSM) — Terra Studios is most know for its Bluebirds of Happiness displays. The glass-blown birds are a staple of the art gallery, but the energy to produce them takes a toll on the environment. President of Terra Studios James Ulick says making each bird takes about 55 cubic feet of gas and adds up to over one million cubic feet a year. “We’re not a fossil fuel company, we’re not making ungodly amounts, but you know, it’s […]

  • Fort Smith Cyclists Honor Fallen Rider and Community Leader

    FORT SMITH, Ark. (KFSM) — Members and friends of the River Valley Cycling Club gathered on Sunday (Nov. 10) to remember their former President, Jim Krause. Krause died tragically while competing in a Little Rock cycling event in September. The Jim Krause Memorial Ride included 150 cyclists riding together for a twelve mile tour. Krause was not just known for being the club’s president and a great cyclist, his kind and caring personality touched everyone he knew. “Jim Krause was a […]

  • Modern Gun Hunting Season Begins In Arkansas

    FORT SMITH, Ark. (KFSM) — There are upwards of 350,000 deer hunters in Arkansas and starting Saturday (Nov. 9) a new season begins. Waking up early, putting on jackets and warm gear, and not forgetting those orange hats is an annual tradition that brings people together. “It’s a family thing too. Most families take off for rifle season to be together and enjoy the season,” said Gellco Outdoors Manager Travis Mintz. This season, hunters in Northwest Arkansas need to be […]

  • Local Boy Honored For Bravery During House Fire

    FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (KFSM) — The Fayetteville Fire Department honored a young Farmington boy for his courage in the face of a destructive house fire. 12-year-old Jakobe Gibson not only saved his own life, but the life of his family dog by escaping just in time. “I have no doubt, that had Jakobe not followed through with what he had learned and took the action that he took, that uh, the story would be much different. Much different,” said Fayetteville Fire […]

  • Morgan Nick Foundation Holds Ribbon Cutting For New Headquarters

    ALMA, Ark. (KFSM) — The Morgan Nick Foundation for missing children and adults opened a brand new center geared towards bringing loved ones home. The foundation held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Wednesday (Nov. 6) for its new building right off of Highway 71 in Alma, which will have additional space for more workers. “It allows us to be really visible in the community. People can find us, we’ve got people walking in the door here every day. People calling us now,” said […]

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