Former Forrest City High School graduate Jim Lindsey was recognized Friday during halftime of the Forrest City senior boys basketball game when his older brother Elmer “B” Lindsey accepted and presented to the school a commemorative golden football, which was received by athletic director Donnie Willis.
Forrest City Mustangs linebacker Jared Davis has been selected for the Team USA 18-Under Select Team – the first-ever player from Forrest City to be chosen for the team.
When Justin Murphy got the phone call telling him he was the winner of the East Arkansas Deer Hunters Gun Give-Away Contest, he thought he was being pranked.
Tommy Wells’ Palestine-Wheatley Patriots team is probably one of the smaller basketball teams in this area.
The Rumble on the Ridge Thanksgiving basketball tournament is one year shy of its 20th year.
One of Phillip May’s best memories as a Mustang baseball player at Forrest City came during his senior season when that Mustangs team beat Jacksonville for the firs time ever in baseball – a 5-4 victory on Jacksonville’s home field.
Music and Christmas were the main topics of discussion at Tuesday’s meeting of the Forrest City Advertising and Promotion Commission.
Barrett Astin says pitching and playing baseball at the Double-A level is “just too much fun.”
When people think of the Mightymite Triathlon, they don’t usually associate it with playing music.
Stuart Towns, who was the only member of the Forrest City Mustang cross country team during his 1956-57 senior season as well as one of the state’s early pioneers in distance and cross country running, is hoping to help rejuvenate cross country programs in St. Francis and surrounding counties by designing and building a course on land he owns near Crowley’s Ridge, located six miles out on 284.