The St. Francis County Museum Board discussed the repair of several leaks in the roof of the J.O. Rush House during the board’s meeting Tuesday night.
The Arkansas Care Innovative Readiness Training program will open the doors to Forrest City Junior High School tomorrow morning, along with five other locations across the region, providing free medical, dental and vision services as part of a partnership between the Delta Regional Authority and the U.S. Department of Defense.
The St. Francis County Quorum Court approved a pair of ordinances Tuesday, one to purchase a truck and the second to lease the truck to the First Judicial District Drug Task Force.
In two days, members of the military will descend upon Eastern Arkansas, bringing free medical, dental and optical care with them.
A wet and cooler-than-normal summer has had one unpleasant impact on Forrest City and the ongoing summer battle with mosquitos.
Colt residents learned Thursday that the window hours at the Colt Post Office could soon change.
The battlefield in the fight against methamphetamine is changing in St. Francis County, but according to Sheriff Bobby May, the end goal is still the same – arresting those who choose to traffic dangerous narcotics in the county.
Members of the Forrest City City Council on Tuesday received an update on the status of the Forrest City Water Utility from utility manager Calvin Murdock.
Several members of the Forrest City City Council voiced their support for the Forrest City School District during Tuesday’s council meeting.
Volunteers are needed for the free medical services program starting next week at Forrest City Junior High School.