Leading the wayMolly Pipkin, 12, has the reins as she leads the way for rider Halle Harris, 4, Saturday evening at the NECA Horse Show held at the Wiley T. Jones Fairgrounds Arena in Forrest City. The girls were among several local youths and adults participating and competing at the show. Photo by Fred Conley
Businesses, civic groups supporting school fair - Members of the Forrest City School Board, last week, were given an update on the district’s upcoming back-to-school event which, according to district officials, has received a great deal of support from the community.
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SFCSD investigates report of stolen, burned truck - A Forrest City man was hospitalized early Sunday morning after having suffered severe burns while attempting to retrieve items from his truck that had allegedly been stolen and set on fire.
Officials: Patients of dental clinic should get tests - MEMPHIS (AP) — Patients treated at a Tennessee dental clinic should get tested for hepatitis B and C, and HIV after problems with infection control could have put thousands of people at risk for the diseases, health officials said Monday.
Clarendon officer shot at multiple times - CLARENDON (AP) — Authorities are investigating after someone fired numerous shots at a Clarendon police officer, hitting the officer's house instead.
FC School Board, commission meeting - The Forrest City School Board is scheduled to meet in a special meeting at 5:30 this evening in the library on the junior high campus.