Story timeStory time: Children at Central Elementary School enjoy listening to a good book during their library time. With Thanksgiving just around the corner, school librarian Kathy Raines reads "One is a Feast for Mouse," a Thanksgiving season tale by Judy Cox, as the children listen intently. Photo by Caleb Talley
EAEC prepares for 19th annual public meeting - The East Arkansas Enterprise Community is preparing for its 19th annual public meeting, which will be held Tuesday, Nov. 21. The meeting will be held at the Forrest City Civic Center, starting at 10 a.m. There will be a board meeting at 9 a.m., as well as informal period for meeting and greeting.
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FC man arrested in drug raid, again - A Forrest City man is facing multiple drug-related felony charges following an arrest by the Forrest City Police Department's Criminal Investigation Division on Tuesday.
FCCC reviews new catering contract - The Forrest City Civic Center met Tuesday night to review the status of the civic center's catering contract with Marcus Freeman and M&M Catering. Melvin Tinsley, commission chairman, informed the commissioners that he had contacted the mayor and the city attorney to get approval for adding a late fee to the catering contract.
SFC Food Pantry holding annual canned food drive - Thanksgiving is quickly approaching, and the St. Francis Food Pantry's annual Thanksgiving holiday food drive is well underway.
Forrest City man arrested in Fayetteville shooting incident - A Forrest City man was arrested in connection with a reported shooting in Fayetteville last week. Paris Barton, 27, 118 Gum St., is facing multiple battery, assault and robbery charges.