Today is the last official day of the 2014-15 school year, and the Hughes School District is hoping that it is not the last day for their hometown school district.
Candidates who would like to run for a seat on either the Forrest City School Board or the Palestine-Wheatley School Board can officially throw their hat into the ring starting tomorrow morning at the St. Francis County Courthouse.
The Hughes School District consolidation appeal to the Arkansas Supreme Court may still be heard, but a formal order from the court this week has denied the district’s initial request to delay the Arkansas State Board of Education’s decision.
The Forrest City Advertising and Promotion Commission voted in a phone poll this morning to send the leader of the local economic development program to the Arkansas Manufacturing Summit next month.
A Colt man who is reportedly a former police officer was arrested this week by the St. Francis County Sheriff’s Department for stopping a vehicle Friday night in the Big Eddie Hill area.
An increase in arsons has been noted so far this year in Forrest City, with the majority being blazes at vacant structures.
More than 100 people packed into the student center at Crowley’s Ridge Technical Institute Friday afternoon to share stories and honor the school’s long-time president Burl Lieblong, who is retiring.
A list of personnel recommendations provided by Forrest City School District Superintendent Dr. Tiffany Hardrick was questioned by school board member Will Harris at Thursday night’s meeting.
Planning for the annual Fireworks on the 4th celebration in Colt continued Tuesday night at the Colt City Council meeting.
As the members of the St. Francis County Quorum Court left Tuesday’s regular meeting, they were under the impression that the county had experienced a severe drop in personal and real estate tax revenue to the tune of about $440,000 in the County General fund.