Most people have been touched by cancer in their lifetime, and the St. Francis County Relay for Life is a great way fund American Cancer Society research while having fun and remembering those affected by the disease.
Memorial Day is Monday, and members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2869 are making plans for their annual events that honor those who have served this country.
Plans for a pair of community events and problems with overgrown properties dominated the discussion at the Colt City Council meeting this week.
The Forrest City Police Department, Arkansas State Police and St. Francis County Sheriff’s Department are participating in the national Click It or Ticket campaign that will cover the Memorial Day Weekend and continue until Sunday, May 31.
An appropriation request from Circuit Court Judge Chris Morledge was denied in a split vote during Tuesday’s meeting of the St. Francis County Quorum Court.
Library director Arlisa Harris on Monday presented board members with the Forrest City Public Library’s statistical comparison of 2013 and 2014.
Academic distress and plans for improving academic achievement in the Forrest City School District were the topics of a retreat held by the Forrest City School Board and Superintendent Dr. Tiffany Hardrick Thursday night.
The East Arkansas Community College Board of Trustees voted Thursday night to extend the contract of college president Dr. Coy Grace for another year.
Second Street in Madison was damaged in early April due to the erosion of the land underneath the roadway.
The preschool program in the Forrest City School District has received a financial boost from the Arkansas Division of Child Care and Early Childhood Education in the form of a four-year, 60/40 matching grant for both improvement and expansion.