Planning for ThanksgivingAn organizational meeting for the fifth annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner was held Thursday evening at Graham Memorial Presbyterian Church. Pastor Larry Mitchell, left, discusses plans, including the menu and volunteers, with Berta Elphingstone, center, and Evetta Whitby. Photo by Alan Smith.
Candidates urged to stay within laws regarding elections - St. Francis County Election Commission Chairman Frederick Freeman is urging local candidates to keep their races clean as complaints are circulating regarding campaign sign theft and electioneering as voters cast early ballots.
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Preliminary planning begins for Community Thanksgiving Dinner - Planning for the fifth annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner has begun.
Local legislator explains several statewide initiatives on General Election ballot - More than 800 area residents have cast ballots during the first week of early voting ahead of the Nov. 4, General Election. Included on those ballots are four constitutional amendments and a proposed act submitted by a petition of the people.
SFC Circuit Clerk issues warning on scam - Representatives of a company in California have been contacting local residents, offering them the opportunity to pay for current grant deeds and a property assessment profile, but St. Francis County Circuit Clerk Bette Green said that same information can be obtained under the Arkansas Freedom of Information Act just by visiting the courthouse.
Over 800 early votes recorded - More than 800 St. Francis County voters have already cast ballots ahead of the Nov. 4 General Election.