The Crowley’s Ridge Technical Institute Board of Directors has given interim president David Brown the authority to seek resolutions of support from city and county government entities across CRTI’s six-county service area.
A 10-year-old Forrest City boy is recovering after being accidentally shot during a pee-wee football game Saturday afternoon.
Forrest City Mayor Larry Bryant is hopeful that issues with garbage collection in the city will soon be on the back burner with the addition of a new garbage truck.
Members of the Forrest City City Council on Tuesday selected Ozaree Twillie, the wife of former council member Cecil Twillie, to fill the remainder of his position following his recent death.
Election officials are gearing up for the start of the 2016 campaign season, which is being moved up from May to March due to a decision by state legislators earlier this year to join several other southern states in forming an “SEC Primary.”
The Widener Fire Department could lose grant funds along with Act 833 funding if more than 10 volunteer firefighters fail to receive the necessary training by the end of the year.
Work to repair damage along Hwy. 70 in Forrest City is still awaiting funding, even as city officials express concern regarding the deteriorating conditions.
A weekend of fun activities will start tomorrow night in Palestine as part of the annual L’Anguille River Festival.
St. Francis County Judge Gary Hughes signed a proclamation this morning issuing a burn ban, joining more than 30 other counties across the state.
Forrest City City Council members adopted an ordinance Tuesday that will require council approval of all professional services sought by the city.