Razorback fansIn the top photo, Ben Horton, left, and his fiancee Roni Farrin, of Wynne, are just two of many Razorback football fans to have their picture made with Arkansas Razorback football coach Bret Bielema at Thursday’s East Central Arkansas Razorback Club Banquet/Fundraiser held at the Fine Arts Center at East Arkansas Community College. In the bottom, sisters Makenzie Davis, 3, and Kaylin Davis, 6, both Razorback fans from Colt, are happy they got to meet Bielema, who autographed the football held by Makenzie. Photos by Fred Conley
Judge declines FCity’s request for 911 money - Funds sought for new street signs St. Francis County Judge Gary Hughes has declined a request from Forrest City Mayor Larry Bryant and the city council to use funds from the county's 911 fund to purchase new street signs.
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