Patrons of the Forrest City Public Library will soon be able to find out about their genealogy through a pair of programs the facility is purchasing for 12 months.
Yields, overall, for crops last year in St. Francis County were good despite some hurdles posed by Mother Nature.
Members of the Forrest City Education Association invite the public to attend their annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day program on Monday.
The heating situation at the Forrest City High School has improved to the point where all classrooms in the school are warmed to 68 degrees, according to Willie Rhodes, Forrest City School District Deputy Superintendent of Maintenance and Transportation.
Tax collections in St. Francis County were up nearly every month in 2014, but as the year ended, only three cities saw tax revenue increase in December.
The St. Francis County Community Foundation, part of the Arkansas Community Foundation (ARCF), is taking applications for 2015 Giving Tree grants.
Madison City Council members looked over proposed 2015 budgets Monday night, with the main focus being how many regular meetings the group should have and how much members would be compensated.
As Rep. Marshall Wright heads into his third legislative session on Monday he will have the second highest seniority in the state House of Representatives which he cites as an advantage for his constituents.
Although St. Francis County has collected over $300,000 in court fines, costs and restitutions from court cases over the past three years, the county still has an outstanding balance of just over $1.4 million owed by defendants.
Forrest City High School still had a handful of rooms where the heaters were malfunctioning today, but the situation is being addressed, according to Forrest City School District Superintendent Dr. Tiffany Hardrick.