In 1994, Tiffany Hardrick graduated from Forrest City High School.
The Forrest City School Board voted unanimously late Thursday night to select Dr. Tiffany Hardrick as the next superintendent for the school district.
The SFC Hometown Health Network and the Semper Fidelis Women’s Club and Youth Affiliate will be hosting the third annual spring break fest next week at the Warren Faupel Center.
A new ordinance setting a fine of no more that $200 for people hauling loose scrap metal passed on a 6-5 vote Tuesday.
Members of the Forrest City Advertising and Promotion Commission on Tuesday granted Mayor Larry Bryant’s request of $208,000 for repairs and the purchase of items for the Forrest City Civic Center and the Larry S. Bryant Multi-purpose Center.
Calvin Murdock on Monday attended his first regular meeting of the Forrest City Water Utility Commission since being hired as the utility’s new manager.
The Forrest City School Board met Monday night in executive session to discuss the three finalists for the district’s superintendent position.
The newly-hired general manager of the Forrest City Water Utility, W.H. Calvin Murdock, does not have any water or wastewater licenses that are required by the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality or the Arkansas Department of Health to operate the system, but said he is in the process of applying for them.
The Forrest City High School Mustangs basketball team will battle it out this afternoon in Hot Springs against Jacksonville for the Class 5A State Championship.
A master plan to extend water and sewer services to the Highway 1 Bypass was discussed during a meeting at city hall Thursday morning.