In two days, members of the military will descend upon Eastern Arkansas, bringing free medical, dental and optical care with them.
Times-Herald Publisher Weston M. Lewey has been appointed to the State Parks, Recreation and Travel Commission.
Forrest City has been selected by KIPP: Delta Public Schools for its newest open-enrollment charter school.
Soybean farmers in the area have had a continuous battle with rain this summer and the weather shows no sign of drying up with slight chances of rain in the forecast this week.
The Forrest City School Board is scheduled to meet in special session at 5:30 this evening. The meeting will be held in the library on the junior high school campus.
The St. Francis County Quorum Court will meet in regular session at 5 this evening at the courthouse.
Justin Marquis, 32, of Colt was sentenced this morning at Lee County District Court in regard to the October 2013 accident that resulted in the death of 14-year-old Heather Howell.
A wet and cooler-than-normal summer has had one unpleasant impact on Forrest City and the ongoing summer battle with mosquitos.
Thieves who hit the Forrest City Water Utility’s Waste Water Treatment Plant over the weekend used one of the utility’s backhoes as an aid to steal some equipment from the facility.
A man who was reportedly shot during a fight in Hughes Friday night was treated and released by Region 1 Medical Center in Memphis.