As a die-hard “Lord of the Rings” fan (read the trilogy more times than I can count, own the extended version CDs), I’ve had an urge, if the opportunity should ever present itself, to visit New
The Madison City council on Monday adopted an operating budget for 2013, with a couple of revisions from the budget originally presented.
The City of Widener has been awarded a grant for the construction of a city park.
“Just because you’re fixing to have a baby, it’s not the end of the world,” said Sherry Russell.
The annual Polar Plunge®, to benefit Special Olympics Arkansas, will take place Saturday, Jan. 26, at Lake Dunn in Village Creek State Park.
Going to the dentist is something not many people want to do. For some, it’s a nightmare. But it doesn’t have to be that way, particularly for children.
Now, just what in the ever-lovin’ world of weather idiocy has been going on the past week?
When country legend George Jones takes the stage in the East Arkansas Community College Fine Arts Center Feb. 23, there will be a strong Forrest City presence in the band.
Two words – recruitment and marketing – were heard often Saturday at the Forrest City Civic Center, during an Arkansas Delta Seeds of Change meeting focusing on agriculture.
It started as a project to see if people would send holiday greetings to some kids at the ABC Preschool.
It ended up with expanded lessons, not to mention a lot of fun.