The future looks very bright for Palestine-Wheatley’s track program.
Three seniors, one junior and a true freshman were the recipients of postseason honors handed out by Forrest City basketball coaches Dwight Lofton and Bobby Harris.
Sometimes it takes a while before you realize what you’ve had in the past.
During the 2000-01 high school basketball season, the Palestine-Wheatley Lady Patriots had it all.
The decision as to who will be the new head football coach at Wynne is just a few days away.
Wynne Superintendent Benjamin Perry said an announcement will be made on Monday, March 14.
Xavier Foreman has only been boxing since last summer.
But already the 13-year-old Wynne eighth grade student has made great strides as an amateur fighter.
MONETTE — The Hughes Blue Devils ended their first round state tournament game against Eureka Springs the same way they started — by hitting consecutive three pointers.
Beebe was unfazed by Forrest City’s “White Out” night at Mustang Arena Tuesday and were not intimidated by Class 5A’s No. 2 ranked Forrest City Mustangs.
Forrest City senior Cory Deere signed a national letter of intent on Thursday to play baseball for Three Rivers Community College in Poplar Bluff, Mo., a Division 1 junior college.
Forrest City wide receiver Davyon “Sleepy” McKinney was wide awake when he signed with Arkansas on Wednesday morning, a decision he said was made easy by his longtime devotion to the school and
With a Forrest City Mustang football helmet on his right and an Arkansas Razorback football helmet on his left, Forrest City senior Davyon “Sleepy” McKinney officially became a Razorback this morni