Despite the lack of a quorum, members of the St. Francis County Museum Board discussed the May SFC Blues Heritage event along with plans for the next Downtown Farmers Market and Artisans event during a meeting Tuesday evening.
Deputies with the St. Francis County Sheriff’s Department are looking for a mother who allegedly left her 8-year-old daughter unattended early this morning at their home on County Road 404.
Work to improve several Forrest City streets started this morning, slightly earlier than anticipated thanks to a break in projects, according to Mayor Larry Bryant.
Faculty and staff at Crowley’s Ridge Technical Institute are preparing for the 2015 fall semester and urging those seeking a technical degree or occupational training to be aware of several upcoming dates.
Forrest City City Council member Louise Fields was honored recently during the 81st convention of the Arkansas Municipal League.
Today’s Times-Herald includes a special Health and Wellness section.
No one was injured during an alleged shoot-out between a pair of Forrest City men, but police were able to arrest one of the suspects.
For the past several years, the Forrest City Sports Complex has not only been a site for healthy exercise, but also for free healthy produce.
St. Francis County’s unemployment rate for May was 7.6 percent, give it the 10th highest jobless rate in the state.
Chrystal Seawood, a Forrest City High School graduate, is excited to return to her alma mater this fall as a first-year Fellow with the University of Arkansas’s Arkansas Teacher Corps, teaching ninth grade English and focusing her students on writing and literacy.