“Congratulations, you have the flu.”
Recently announced state budget cuts will affect both local institutions of higher learning, but not in a way to cause a crisis — not yet anyway.
A proposed ordinance which attempts to pull all of Forrest City’s laws dealing with animals into one document was presented to the city council last night.
The Forrest City School Board on Monday voted to hire an architect to design two new buildings.
A good turnout is being hoped for Tuesday at a public hearing on a proposed conversion charter school.
A city animal control commission, an idea which has been discussed during the on-going controversy between the City of Forrest City and the Forrest City Area Humane Society, may yet become a realit
Work on the heating, ventilation and air conditioning system is complete at Central Elementary — as far as the classrooms are concerned.
A group of senior citizens got information on influenza on Thursday, during a meeting of the Senior Circle at Forrest City Medical Center.
Flu shots still have not arrived at the local Health Department, but plans are still being made for the two big immunizations later this month.
Lately, I’ve seen and heard, in more than one place, talking heads and columnists lamenting the lack of interest in our fallen service men and women on the part of the “media.”