This story is absolutely true. It isn’t religious. I wouldn’t describe it as particularly heartwarming. It may not be all that unique. But it’s true, and here it goes:
’Tis the season for busy shoppers — so busy at times that they may get a little careless, and become easy targets for those who would gladly spoil their holiday cheer.
The Forrest City School Board heard an update on progress at the Lincoln campus Monday, along with a recommendation to wait until the summer to do the floor tile replacement.
The kindergarten through grade 12 student population has increased in public schools statewide, but the numbers are mixed locally.
The kids are busy writing their letters to you, and I thought I’d go ahead and write mine before they all get theirs published, a couple of weeks from now.
The Forrest City City Council last night approved a new cable TV contract with East Arkansas Video.
The city council took no action on two resolutions and an ordinance Tuesday night, but did discuss all three.
Some might call it the end of an era. David Dunn prefers to call it a new beginning.
With the theme of “Unwrap the Magic of Christmas,” the Forrest City Christmas Parade was a success Friday night.
There were reports of a good crowd, particularly in the downtown area.
The Forrest City Police Department is investigating a robbery that took place at a local bank Friday afternoon.