Okay, I have endured this as long as I can. I realized I had to write about this Ashley Madison mess when I found myself rolling around on the floor, laughing hysterically. At that point, I knew that if I didn’t write about it I’d probably hurt myself.
In response to the article in last Tuesday’s paper, the article quoted the officials options to save the building.
I’ve heard about something the weather prognosticators call “scattered showers” all my life, and on occasion I’ve been “scattered on” by a few.
Okay, here we go, as simple as one, two, three:
Shopping at Walmart is less fun every week. Aisles blocked by people conversing, carts askew, oblivious to the others needing access to items.
Now is a time of year when I always get tense. It’s almost a month away, but there’s already news of the St. Francis County Fair.
Well, it’s getting to be about that time. I need to make my announcement. I hadn’t planned on making my announcement this time around, but events have overtaken me and I feel like I need to do it:
As many of you (I hope) know, the Forrest City Little Theatre will be presenting “Oliver!” this Saturday and Sunday at the EACC Fine Arts Center.
I have a few questions you might be able to use for an investigative article if you have time.
Staff writer, Mr. Kendall Owens, reported that there are a total of 62 “waivers” for the new KIPP Charter School here in our city. That seem outrageous.