The Arkansas Colleges of Health Education (ACHE) has broken ground on an $11 million, 6.6-acre development across from the Arkansas College of Osteopathic Medicine (ARCOM).
ACHE hosted a groundbreaking ceremony at the site on Tuesday (Aug. 28). Read the entire Talk Business article here.
Progress on the River Valley Sports Complex stopped many months ago, but Fort Smith officials and FCRA Board of Trustees members remain committed to the concept of it being developed for the community.
The $3.5 million Manes & Miracles Equestrian Assisted Therapy Center at Chaffee Crossing will bring a new form of therapy to the Arkansas River Valley.
Chaffee Crossing-based Arkansas Colleges of Health Education president Kyle Parker gave some insight into the future developments planned for the campus. They include asking locals to help medical students fall in love with the community so they will stay and practice in the region after graduation.