Members of the Madison City Council accepted $250,000 in transportation tax funds to overlay several streets in the city during the council’s meeting Monday night.
The transition from high school to college can be tough, but the annual Forrest City High School College Night is an opportunity for both students and their parents to get a head start on the process.
School budgets can limit things like special projects that can increase a student’s interest in science, but the Arkansas Community Foundation’s Science Initiative for Middle Schools, or SIMS, program can give a financial boost to teachers.
Deputies with the St. Francis County Sheriff’s Department have arrested a third man in connection with the shooting death of Corey Scofield, 23, in Hughes.
The proper disposal of expired and unused drugs is not always easy. Throwing them away can put them into the wrong hands. Flushing them down toilet gets unwanted chemicals into water treatment plants. Just keeping them can allow curious children to take them thinking they are candy.
Members of the Forrest City School Board officially opposed the location of any charter school within the district’s boundaries during a called meeting Wednesday at the junior high school.
It’s time for the Crowley’s Ridge Saddle Club’s Charity Rodeo and Miracle Rodeo.
Members of the St. Francis County Quorum Court’s Budget Committee were given the proposed 2015 budget by county judge Gary Hughes during the group’s first meeting of the year on Wednesday.
A Hughes man accused of burglarizing a church on Whitaker Street was arrested while walking down Martin Luther King Drive, bleeding from several cuts that police believe came from breaking windows to access the building.
A recent default by Turner Grain Merchandising, Inc., of Brinkley has created a crisis for many farmers in Arkansas and surrounding states. Producers who contracted with the company delivered grain, but have not been paid for it.