The director of the St.
Alice and I just celebrated our anniversary, and maybe that’s why my thoughts went to weddings, most of which I’ve been associated with.
December topped off a record-breaking year for permitted building projects, with permits issued for projects valued at a total of $440,000 – all of them residential.
Here we are, barely into the new year, and already it’s musical chairs time in the NFL.
The mass flu immunization clinics may be over, but the flu is still around and there are still flu shots available. According to the St. Francis County Health Unit, it’s never too late.
The recent cold snap may not be permanent, but anyone who lives in this part of the country knows that the worst winter weather usually comes in January and February.
Well, we made it. The End of Days that some geniuses thought was being forecast by the Mayans didn’t happen, and then we survived an even worse disaster – Christmas.
NOTE: I’ve been running this piece for years as my last column before Christmas, and I see no reason to stop now, even though there have been a lot of changes in my life since this column wa
Many folks in Forrest City and St. Francis County will be warmer after Saturday.
Statues are good things for nativity scenes – they don’t get hot or cold, they don’t need to be fed or dressed, they can be left out all night and in any kind of weather.