Mr. Johnny Lee Jones Jr., passed away Saturday, June 20, 2015, at Baptist East Hospital in Memphis.
In the interests of full disclosure: Back in the early 1960s, I was a Rebel among Rebels. That’s what our high school’s team name was. We were the Watkins Overton High School Rebels.
Things I have never done:
Forrest City Area Humane Society would like to publicly thank the Forrest City community for their support for our annual Lasagna Dinner and Silent Auction.
Mrs. Classie Mae McDaniel, age 89, passed away Thursday, June 4, 2015, at her home.
So, what, in my opinion – and it’s possible my opinion could be wrong but I don’t think so – will Arkansas gain from moving its primary from May to March next year? In four words – nothing, nada, zip, zero.
The motto of Forrest City Medical Center’s Emergency Room is that patients will be seen within 30 minutes upon arrival by a professional.
In recent weeks I’ve reported on some insights that retirement has allowed me to gain. At first, I was too busy enjoying not having to work. Now I’m noticing some things.
The St. Francis County Museum would like to thank the many volunteers and beneficiaries that have helped with our latest endeavors. These include the Memorial Day War Room opening and the Blues Heritage Event.
As some may already know, the Forrest City Little Theatre has begun rehearsals for the musical, “Oliver!” to be presented in July.