Three federal courthouses in Arkansas are on a list for possible closure, part of an effort to take underused federal facilities off the books. The courthouses that could be closed are in western Arkansas and include buildings at Harrison, Hot Springs and Texarkana -- and Harrison appears to be the most likely target. The Arkansas News Bureau of the Stephens Media Group reported the possible closures Tuesday. The Western District of Arkansas has divisions at Fort Smith, Fayetteville and El Dorado, where there are resident judges. Those courthouses are not being considered for closure. Officials say the budget cuts could claim the Harrison courthouse because it has no permanent staff. Dick Carelli, spokesman for the Administrative Office of the US Courts, said there is no plan to close or phase out the Harrison courthouse. He said the review is a routine one, and does not know when it would be completed.