Cleaning kennelsThe kennels at the Forrest City Area Humane Society require daily attention. While the dogs get the opportunity to play outside, Animal Control officer Andre Pitts works to clean up their kennels. Photo by Caleb Talley
Operation Stand Down returning to Forrest City - Veterans health event to feature variety of services
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Hughes encouraging SFC residents to participate in countywide cleanup in the coming weeks - St. Francis County Judge Gary Hughes recently kicked off a countywide cleanup campaign that will provide dumpsters to communities throughout the county in the coming weeks.
JAFC hosting community cleanup Saturday - Members of Junior Auxiliary of Forrest City are planning to hold Team Up to Clean Up, a volunteer cleanup event, on Saturday, from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m., starting in the parking lot of Forrest City Junior High School.
Teen in custody for alleged rape after month-long investigation - A Forrest City teen is being held at the St. Francis County Jail after being arrested last week for allegedly raping a 14-year-old Forrest City High School student.
Recent training session leads to clarification of school board’s role in district operations - In a recent board training session for members of the Forrest City School Board, Kristen Craig Garner, staff attorney with the Arkansas School Boards Association, explained the modern-day role a school board member plays in the operation of a school district — as it is dictated in the state’s constitution and by decisions made by the Arkansas General Assembly regarding state-wide education — and how that role differs from a community’s perception or assumptions of what a school board member does.