Crowley’s Ridge Technical Institute weathered a pair of recent storms that left more than $100,000 in damage, but CRTI President Burl Lieblong told members of the Board of Directors Thursday event that everything is back to normal at the campus.
With a little over one day left to early vote in the General Election runoff races in Forrest City, Hughes and Madison, more than 500 voters have cast ballots at the St. Francis County Courthouse.
St. Francis County Sheriff Bobby May said he feels the same frustration as most area residents when he sees the same individuals being arrested repeatedly for violent crimes.
Each December, the historic William Stone House in Colt hosts its Christmas House, a fundraiser that not only helps maintain the property but also gives people an opportunity to purchase homemade gifts.
The St. Francis County Health Unit reminds the public of its mass flu immunization clinic set for Friday, from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., at the department’s headquarters on North Division Street in Forrest City.
The Thanksgiving holiday is next week, and most students in the area will have the entire week off.
Voters in Forrest City, Madison and Hughes continue to cast early ballots at the St. Francis County Courthouse ahead of Tuesday’s run-off election.
St. Francis County Sheriff’s Department investigators have made two arrests in connection with the recent theft of up to 80 iPad 2s from the Hughes School District.
The holidays are a giving season, and the Forrest City City Council was in a giving mood on Tuesday, approving bonuses and an extra day off for all city employees.
The St. Francis County Quorum Court voted unanimously to levy both the real estate and personal property millages for 2014 on Tuesday.