The sheriff’s substation on the East Arkansas Community College Campus is up and running, the Board of Trustees learned Thursday.
A couple of years ago I had all the experience I ever want to have with the flu. I had it twice.
Fair time is just around the corner in St. Francis County, and anyone who has been to the local fair in the past few years is aware of one thing: The Main Exhibit Building tends to get a little warm. Well, call it hot and stuffy.
The St. Francis County Equalization Board met briefly this morning, to welcome a new member, elect officers and choose a date for the next meeting.
The St. Francis County Historical Society, an active organization during the 1960s and 70s, has been inactive for a number of years. But, efforts are being made to revive the group.
Okay, the news is full of all kinds of people announcing that they’re running for this or that
East Arkansas Community College is taking part in a new program to increase the number of degree holders in the state.
The Arkansas Civil War Sesquicentennial Commission has a goal of putting historical markers in each county of Arkansas, and the St. Francis County Historical Society wants to be included.
Woodruff Electric Cooperative has announced that it will build a new headquarters facility on the Highway 1 Bypass in Forrest City.
Okay, the royal baby has been born and it’s a boy and woop-de-doo.