Keeping the paceKeeping the pace: Members of the Forrest City High School marching band perform along the homecoming parade route Thursday evening. The Mustangs face the Nettleton Raiders tonight. The game begins at 7 at Sam Smith Stadium. More pictures from the parade can be found on Page 7 of today’s Times-Herald. Photo by Tyler Hale
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Capital murder charges filed against suspect in deaths of mother, daughters - The man accused of killing two young children and their mother has been charged with three counts of capital murder.
A&P gives support to band boosters for trophies - The Forrest City Advertising and Promotion Commission on Thursday agreed to award the Forrest City Band Boosters more than $1,500 to be used toward the purchase of trophies. The trophies will be awarded to the winners of the 21st annual Forrest City Invitational Marching Band Festival scheduled for this weekend.
State Democratic Party chairman calls for unity in moving Arkansas forward - It's been a busy year for state Rep. Michael John Gray, a Democrat from Augusta. In March, Gray, who also serves as the House Minority Leader, was chosen by his colleagues to serve as chairman of the Arkansas Democratic Party. He is now tasked with leading the party that has seen its influence dwindle in recent years.
Chili cook-off planned at public library - Nothing goes hand-in-hand with fall weather like a bowl of hot chili. The Forrest City Public Library will hold a community chili cook-off Saturday, Oct. 28, on the library's back lawn.