After months of renovation at 306 N. Washington, Forrest City Bumper to Bumper is making the move this week from its West Broadway location.
The Palestine-Wheatley School Board has agreed to spend more than $15,000 to install fire alarms in buildings on the fifth and sixth grade campus, which housed the elementary students before they moved into a newer building near the high school.
Early voting is under way in St. Francis County, and election commission chairman Frederick Freeman said steps are being taken in anticipation of a high turnout.
Forrest City voters today begin deciding the fate of the city’s water commission as early voting got under way this morning at the St. Francis County Courthouse.
Early voting in the Nov. 4, General Election will open Monday at the St. Francis County Courthouse, and election officials are preparing for what could be a busy election.
St. Francis County voters heading to the polls for early voting next week will be asked for a copy of their identification, but will not be required to present it after the Arkansas Supreme Court struck down the state’s voter ID law on Wednesday.
With the holiday season approaching, the Forrest City Civic Center Commission is hoping for a little help with decorating from area civic and social organizations.
The Palestine City Council approved a pair of bids for paving work during Tuesday’s monthly meeting, held at Palestine City Hall.
Superintendents of both the Forrest City and Hughes school districts are calling Monday’s combined board meeting regarding the possible consolidation of the HSD into the FCSD a positive step in the right direction.
Election day is still a few weeks away, but plans are under way for another election tradition, the Kiwanis Club’s annual Pancake Day.