A portion of Hwy. 259, south of Goodwin, will be closed next week as workers with the Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department work to replace a bridge.
The Freedom School, being held at Forrest City High School, will hold its finale on Monday, July 21, at the junior high campus.
The battlefield in the fight against methamphetamine is changing in St. Francis County, but according to Sheriff Bobby May, the end goal is still the same – arresting those who choose to traffic dangerous narcotics in the county.
The Legislative Blue Ribbon Committee on Local 911 Systems met Wednesday at East Arkansas Community College’s Fine Arts Center to discuss the state of local 911 systems and how they can be improved. Sen. Linda Chesterfield, of Little Rock, chairs the committee.
The Mightymite Triathlon, which ran for the very first time in Forrest City in 1984, will run for the 31st time on Saturday.
A community meeting is scheduled for tonight in Colt regarding a proposal that could mean shorter weekday hours for the Colt Post Office.
The St. Francis County Indigent Care Board approved almost $2,600 in payments to Forrest City Medical Center during its quarterly meeting Wednesday at the hospital.
Members of the Forrest City City Council on Tuesday received an update on the status of the Forrest City Water Utility from utility manager Calvin Murdock.
Several members of the Forrest City City Council voiced their support for the Forrest City School District during Tuesday’s council meeting.
A difference of opinion between Madison Mayor Bobby Hardrick and councilman Willie Phillips regarding the council’s bi-monthly meeting schedule was renewed at Monday night’s meeting.