The Palestine-Wheatley School District is another step closer to having a new high school after members of the district’s school board agreed on Monday to hire a Fort Smith-based architecture firm to begin design of the new building. The school board also entered into a contract to officially purchase the land where the new school will stand.
A Forrest City man is behind bars after a routine traffic stop near an elementary school yielded nearly seven ounces of marijuana and cocaine.
Members of the Forrest City Public Library board agreed on Monday to accept a bid from Banks Construction of Madison to enclose library director Arlisa Harris’s office and add independent lighting.
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The Arkansas State Highway Commission has approved a bid for improvements to a roadway in Marianna, according to Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department officials. The project, an overlay of approximately 3.5 miles of roadway, is expected to begin in two to four weeks.
A former St. Francis County sheriff’s deputy on Friday was found guilty of third-degree battery after being fired from the Faulkner County Sheriff’s Department for using “excessive force” during an arrest in 2015.
A Forrest City woman arrested last week on various drug and fleeing charges is back behind bars, but under a different name.
Forrest City Bank is now officially Armor Bank. According to bank officials, customers began seeing new signage and branding over the weekend.
It’s time for March Madness, and inside today’s Times-Herald readers will find a bracket to fill out and return for a chance to win a grand prize Weber Spirit E-201 LP Gas Grill donated by Vaccaro Lumber Company, one of five sponsors of the bracket contest.
The Forrest City School Board is schedueld to meet this evening at 5:30.