I was overjoyed a few years ago when scientists asserted that being overweight was probably in our genes.
We’ve been calling it the end of an era for a long time now.
I have noticed pumpkins at local grocery stores lately. It not only brings mental images of autumn, my favorite time of year, it also brings up a challenge that I face annually: Should I make a pumpkin pie (or pies), or should I stick to the much easier sweet potato pie?
My first reaction upon reading that there will be more I-40 work in the near future was, “Oh nooooo! More congestion. More detours. More sitting still on the interstate and U.S. 70.”
19-YEAR TRADITION ENDS AFTER RECENT THEFT
We have received so many compliments on our night time projector where we promote Forrest City . . . CRTI Bar-B-Que, Forrest City Mustangs, Arkansas Razorbacks, holidays and special occasions.
READER CALLS FOR TOUGHER STANCE ON CRIMINAL ACTIVITIES IN FC
As I read the headlines of Mondays paper I feel very sad about what Forrest City has become. Two shot Saturday, two more shot Monday morning, a felon with a very lengthly record was out and running the streets.
DRUG TAKE BACK EVENT SCHEDULED IN FC
Prescription drug abuse continues to be a problem among Arkansas teens.
A few random notes on an evening when nothing much is going on:
Yes, after reporting that I hoped to go fishing, I actually made it.
On Friday, Sept. 19, employees of Anheuser-Busch and Arkansas Distributing, Co. will promote the use of designated drivers as part of Anheuser-Busch InBev’s Global Be(er) Responsible Day.