St. Francis County Election Commission Chairman Frederick Freeman is urging local candidates to keep their races clean as complaints are circulating regarding campaign sign theft and electioneering as voters cast early ballots.
Planning for the fifth annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner has begun.
More than 800 area residents have cast ballots during the first week of early voting ahead of the Nov. 4, General Election. Included on those ballots are four constitutional amendments and a proposed act submitted by a petition of the people.
Representatives of a company in California have been contacting local residents, offering them the opportunity to pay for current grant deeds and a property assessment profile, but St. Francis County Circuit Clerk Bette Green said that same information can be obtained under the Arkansas Freedom of Information Act just by visiting the courthouse.
More than 800 St. Francis County voters have already cast ballots ahead of the Nov. 4 General Election.
For the fourth year, the Eastern Arkansas Regional Career and Job Expo will be held at the East Arkansas Community College’s Fine Arts Center.
Surpluses in solid waste funds in Caldwell, Colt and Widener prompted the mayors of these cities to ask their citizens to allow the funds to be use for general purposes.
St. Francis County Judge Gary Hughes told Quorum Court justices Tuesday that AMT E-Waste Solutions will be the first company to apply for the county’s incentive tax funding, which was approved by voters in 2013.
Widener officials are concerned that heavy vehicle traffic could damage recent work to resurface city streets, including the Jefferson Street area which had major damage before it was repaired through a state-aid project.
Early voting totals at the St. Francis County Courthouse continue to grow as 635 residents had cast ballots as of about 9 o’clock this morning.