The majority of the Forrest City School Board voted to have its attorney Brad Beavers pursue legal action against the Palestine-Wheatley School District and the Wynne School District over student transfers.
The 2014 installment of the St. Francis County Fair will offer most of the traditional events that area residents look forward to each year
Members of the St. Francis County Quorum Court heard the first reading of an ordinance Tuesday that would allow Justice Justin Marquis to do plumbing work in the county jail.
Area schools will soon be filled with students ready for their first day of the 2014-15 school year.
September’s school election has no contested races, but preparations still have to be made by the St. Francis County Election Commission.
The Forrest City Police Department received several calls Monday morning from residents who where the victims of vandals shooting out the windows of vehicles.
The new Arkansas Water Plan, issued by the Arkansas Natural Resources Commission, shows that groundwater in the Delta is being drawn out at a rate that could cause shortages in the next 50 years.
Students head back to classes across the area on Monday, Aug. 18, and the St. Francis County Health Unit wants parents to be aware that the Arkansas State Board of Health has made changes to immunization requirements.
Monday, Aug. 18, will be the first day of the 2014-15 school year, and it is quickly approaching, especially for school-aged children.
Long-time Forrest City High School principal Abbie Robinson, who worked for 30 years in the Forrest City School District before retiring in May 2009, is returning to the district as the School Improvement Grant (SIG) Parental Involvement Supervisor.