Over $30,000 was raised for the East Arkansas Community College Foundation through its annual golf tournament, held last month at the Forrest City Country Club.
For the second time this year, a local beauty salon has been destroyed by fire.
Leadership changes are in the works at Crowley’s Ridge Technical Institute following last night’s announcement by president Burl Lieblong that he will be retiring this summer.
It’s back to the drawing board for AMT e-Waste Solutions in the company’s search for funding to help support opening its Forrest City location.
Enrollment at East Arkansas Community College is down again for the spring semester, but Dr. Coy Grace, president, told members of the board of trustees Thursday night that declining enrollment in higher education is being reported by many of the state’s two-year colleges and universities.
A fire that ravaged a row of downtown businesses Thursday may have destroyed the actual buildings, but did little to diminish the spirit of those who worked in the complex.
Enrollment is continuing to decline at East Arkansas Community College, members of the Board of Trustees learned during their quarterly meeting Thursday night.
The annual golf tournament hosted by the East Arkansas Community College Foundation has been scheduled for Monday, June 15.
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.