Making friends at any age has consequences, but learning about friendships for the first time at age 40 can be not only an eye-opening experience, but a rewarding one as well, Lisa Whelchel told those attending Forrest City Medical Center’s annual Women’s Expo Tuesday night.
The board of directors at Crowley’s Ridge Technical Institute elected officers for the coming year during the group’s quarterly meeting held Thursday on the school’s campus in Forrest City.
The opening of the St. Francis County Fair on Monday at the Wiley T. Jones Fairgrounds will be celebrated with free admission for everyone.
The northern portion of the campus at East Arkansas Community College will soon look very similar to the south end near the administrative offices.
Forrest City High School Principal Patti Long is being reassigned to the Alternative Learning Environment that is being re-designed to better serve high school students.
Season ticket packages for the fifth season at the Fine Arts Center on the East Arkansas Community College campus are selling quickly.
Students who attend a KIPP: Delta Public Charter School are required to work harder and make a commitment to learn.
Members of the East Arkansas Community College’s Board of Trustees on Thursday approved the school’s annual operating budget that includes a pay raise for all employees along with an increase in tuition for students.
The 12th annual Ride the Ridge Poker Run on Saturday raised about $24,000 to benefit a pair of local groups.
Forrest City Junior High School will receive a School Improvement Grant of $2.4 million to implement new programs designed for improving academic performance over the next two years.