During the quarterly meeting of the East Arkansas Community College Board of Trustees, members heard from Dr. Coy Grace, EACC president, on the results of legislation that would have merged EACC and Crowley’s Ridge Technical Institute had it not failed in both the House and Senate in a special legislative session last week.
Members of the East Arkansas Community College Board of Trustees on Thursday voted to extend the contract of Dr. Coy Grace, the college’s president, for another year.
Members of the St. Francis County Museum Board on Tuesday continued a discussion from previous meetings regarding the recurring problems of not being able to meet a quorum for its meetings.
Members of the Forrest City Rotary Club during their weekly lunch on Tuesday heard from John Mollet, president of Core-Mark’s Forrest City location.
Officials with the Forrest City Department of Public Works are asking area residents to be vigilant of illegal trash dumping and report as much information as possible to the Forrest City Police Department.
Members of the Forrest City School Board voted last night to approve a modified salary schedule for long-term substitutes in the school district who have degrees.
Operation Stand Down Midsouth, Inc., will be holding an event for area veterans tomorrow at the Forrest City Civic Center, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
A motion calling for a special called election in August to request the passage of a one-cent tax to cover the cost of a new jail facility failed during Tuesday night’s meeting of the St. Francis County Quorum Court.
Over 6,000 Entergy costumers in St. Francis County who were without power sporadically Tuesday night can expect to have power fully restored by the end of the day today.
Recent news reports that a Forrest City High School student was not allowed to participate in the 2016 commencement ceremony are untrue, according to officials with the Forrest City School District.