Senator Keith Ingram was the featured guest for Tuesday’s meeting of the Forrest City Rotary Club, providing the group with an update on the recent legislative session and detailing some of the positives he sees happening in the Delta region.
Solid waste department trucks in Forrest City will run Friday and Saturday despite the upcoming Fourth of July holiday.
With Wednesday morning forecasts showing a 60 percent chance of rain on Saturday, organizers of both the Forrest City and Colt Fourth of July fireworks events have announced alternate plans.
As of midnight last night, the Hughes School District has been consolidated into the West Memphis School District after the Arkansas Supreme Court again denied a request for an expedited hearing on the matter.
Regular registration for East Arkansas Community College’s Summer Term II will be held through Tuesday, June 30.
The St. Francis County Historical Society will hold it’s July meeting , featuring Richard Hartness as the speaker, on Thursday, July 2 at the St. Francis County Museum.
With the Fourth of July weekend coming up, a number of celebratory events are planned, but city officials are reminding residents to be safe and use caution in all forms of celebration, especially in cases where fireworks are involved.
Spring rains have left city public works department crews playing catchup in attempts to keep vacant lots manageable.
Today is the last official day of the 2014-15 school year, and the Hughes School District is hoping that it is not the last day for their hometown school district.
The actions of one man, who was allegedly driving drunk, caused a power outage that affected about 2,000 Entergy customers around midnight.