The Forrest City School District is offering several summer programs for school district students ranging from preparatory courses for pre-kindergarten and incoming kindergarten students to credit recovery for high school students.
East Arkansas Community College’s Department of Continuing Education and Workforce Development will offer a free “First Impressions Guest Service Training” session in Wynne through the Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism’s Welcome to Arkansas education program.
Officers with the Forrest City Police Department are on the lookout for a man involved in the armed robbery of the Flash Market on North Washington Street Friday morning. According to the report, the masked suspect robbed the gas station, stole the contents of the cash register and fled from the south side of the building.
WYNNE (AP) — Cross County authorities say a Marion woman has been killed in an accident at Village Creek State Park near Wynne.
During the quarterly meeting of the East Arkansas Community College Board of Trustees, members heard from Dr. Coy Grace, EACC president, on the results of legislation that would have merged EACC and Crowley’s Ridge Technical Institute had it not failed in both the House and Senate in a special legislative session last week.
Arkansas State Police will be out in full force this Memorial Day weekend. In order to protect the public during the three-day holiday weekend, officers will be on the lookout for anyone who might be driving impaired.
Members of the East Arkansas Community College Board of Trustees on Thursday voted to extend the contract of Dr. Coy Grace, the college’s president, for another year.
Memorial Day closings announced, Highway 70 work still in plan
“We’re looking at at least 1.6 million acres of rice.” – Cody Griffin, SFC Extension Agent
Unemployment rates across the state saw significant drops in March.