The St. Francis County Election Commission met Wednesday evening to wrap up the 2012 year and turn their focus to 2013.
Applications for Giving Tree Grants from the St. Francis County Community Foundation will be accepted beginning Thursday, Jan. 10. The deadline to apply is Friday, Feb. 15.
Fans of Girl Scout Cookies only have to wait a few more days until the treats go on sale.
Forrest City Police Chief E.P. Reynolds, who completed his first year on the job in August, has brought his philosophy of community-based policing to Forrest City.
Officials at Crowley’s Ridge Technical Institute are trying to get the word out that the GED tests offered at the school, and across the country, will be changing starting in 2014.
St. Francis County government officials hit the ground running on Jan. 1 as the first Quorum Court meeting of 2013 and a swearing-in ceremony were held yesterday at the SFC Courthouse.
Members of the Forrest City Area Chamber of Commerce are being asked to nominate local residents for the Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the Year award.
Victims of domestic violence in the First Judicial District of Eastern Arkansas have a safe haven in the Anna’s Place Women’s Shelter, however donations are needed to continue to help these peop
As the clock runs out on 2012 and the calendar changes to January 2013, St. Francis County Judge Gary Hughes remembers issues the county faced this past year and looks toward the future.
The six-year tenure of Brent Ponder as the St. Francis County Treasurer will officially come to an end on Monday, Dec. 31.