Troop D to focus on high-traffic areas
“Open your eyes,” was the phrase repeated most frequently this morning outside of the St. Francis County Jail as dispatchers, one after another, were sprayed with aerosol self defense spray, better known by its trademarked name, Mace.
Board gives French approval to seek traveling exhibit for summer display
Tax revenue was up across St. Francis County in the months of March and April, compared to the same period last year.
The Lee County Sheriff’s Department is investigating a missing persons case in which foul play may have been involved, according to local officials.
The unemployment rate in St. Francis County dropped for the first time in five months in March, going down nearly a whole percentage point. The county’s dip in unemployment was paralleled by a declining unemployment rate across the entire state of Arkansas.
A Forrest City man was apprehended over the weekend, nearly six months after he allegedly opened fire on a vehicle outside a local night club.
The St. Francis County Museum Board is scheduled to meet this evening, at 5.
Jones urges property owners to avoid 10 percent penalty charges
Registration for summer and fall classes continues at East Arkansas Community College.