The St. Francis County Election Commission, last night, confirmed the results of Tuesday night’s school election.
The 16th annual Cotton Pickin’ Festival will be held this weekend, and Caldwell city officials invite everyone to come out and enjoy a variety of activities as well as a full musical lineup during the two-day event.
The 2016 school election, which was held Tuesday, has resulted in run-off elections for the two contested races on the Forrest City School Board.
During a meeting of the Forrest City Public Library Board Monday, members voted to allow the library to offer the VITA [Volunteer Income Tax Assistance] Program to area residents.
Officer Vanessa Brayboy, with the Forrest City Police Department, is making an effort to get area students involved in giving back to their community with the Integrity Crew, a group of area high school and college students who develop community outreach programs.
Today is the last chance for area residents to cast ballots early for candidates running for the Forrest City School Board.
Dr. Tiffany Hardrick, superintendent of the Forrest City School District, updated members of the district’s board on the sale of several bonds belonging to the district during a meeting held Thursday evening.
Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge served as the keynote speaker for the 2016 St. Francis County Farm Bureau Banquet, held at the East Arkansas Community College Fine Arts Center Tuesday evening.
Several area residents turned out Monday evening for the National Weather Service’s SKYWARN training, held at the Forrest City Civic Center. The training is designed to teach people to recognize severe weather in their area and notify the NWS, as well as how to stay as safe as possible during a storm.
“There is no treatment and symptoms usually resolve themselves within a few weeks.”– Meg Mirivel, ADH