Sheila Haymer, 53, of Memphis and formerly of Forrest City, died Aug. 9, 2014, at her brother’s home in Marion.
I traditionally look forward to the beginning of the college football season, having always enjoyed college ball more than the pros.
Another chapter of the water commission begins.
School days? Already? “Back to school” seems to be the main topic of ads and store aisles these days. It’s starting to look like school comes around almost as often as Christmas anymore. Which is strange, since I don’t dread school the way I do Christmas. That’s not to say I never did dread school. There were days during summer vacation when I would look at the calendar and realize that my blessed days of freedom were slipping away all too fast. Then by the opening of school, in self defense, I would manage to work myself into some kind of positive frenzy. I’m sure most folks did. You know: … Continued
I hope I’m not getting in too deep. Into pizza dough, I mean.
Just in case anyone’s interested, if that proposed amendment to legalize alcohol sales statewide makes it to the ballot, I’m afraid I’m gonna be “agin it.”
The debate over a possible alternative school here in Forrest City could turn into more politics than anything else.
Dear Ms. Lewey:
I want to thank you for the Fred Conley article concerning my induction into the Arkansas Officials Association Hall of Fame which appeared in the Times-Herald on Thursday, July 10.
Reader asks residents to support Forrest City School District
I was in a good mood. I wasn’t upset with anyone or anything. Just browsing through Facebook, occasionally chuckling at the misadventures of a friend’s mutt or complimenting other friends on the perfect beauty of their new baby.