“For those families who are in need of a meal on Thanksgiving, or those individuals who just need a family and some good company…We welcome anyone in the community.” – LaTwon Whitby, Pantry Director
October revenue for the Arkansas Scholarship Lottery slipped to its lowest total for 2016 and dropped $1.2 million shy of its total from the same month a year ago. Despite an overall decline in the number of sales statewide, sales in St. Francis and Lee counties were among the year’s highest.
Area garbage pickup schedules will change this week due the Thanksgiving holiday.
Area municipal offices will close later this week for the Thanksgiving holiday.
Millions of Americans will be taking to the roadways this Thanksgiving holiday season, and officials with Arkansas State Police are urging drivers to pay attention and be prepared.
The Forrest City man accused of stabbing another man to death in his home in April was sentenced Monday to 40 years in the Arkansas Department of Corrections for first-degree murder.
A Forrest City man was arrested Monday and charged in connection with several break-ins that date back to the fall of 2014.
Area municipal offices will close later this week for the Thanksgiving holiday, and garbage schedules will be modified for city and county residents.
Nancy Herbert of Forrest City missed just two of last week’s Professor Pigskin selected games to win the $50 cash prize.
With the holiday season quickly approaching, many are spending time in stores preparing for large family meals and even getting an early start on holiday gift shopping, but this time of year is often as laden with holiday crime as it is seasonal cheer.