The Fine Arts Center at East Arkansas Community College has had its dedication and has had its first performances, but another big first is on its way.
Community needs of Forrest City will be among the topics covered at a public hearing scheduled for Tuesday, May 18, at 5:30 p.m. at city hall.
Every once in a while, something happens to remind me (as if I needed reminding) that I’m not exactly Mr. Fixit.
Forrest City Mayor Gordon McCoy will sign a non-binding agreement to explore the city’s purchase of the building currently housing Region’s Bank at 321 N. Rosser.
Many parents find that they, and their children, need some help when the children get into a school situation where they are actually expected to pick some of their classes.
A meeting to discuss the possible site of a proposed fire substation in Forrest City settled nothing, but helped committee members come up with some questions to ask.
Time to look around and see what’s happening. Let’s go to our nation’s capitol.
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Two changes in Forrest City’s personnel handbook, dealing with sick leave, were approved by the city council Tuesday.
Wednesday is national Administrative Professionals Day, and locally the St. Francis County Farm Bureau Women’s Committee will observe it with the annual Cotton Fashion Show and Luncheon.