City employees Clyde White, left, and Barbara Curtis show off the plums included in this month’s commodities distribution.
Students and parents in the Palestine-Wheatley School District on Wednesday met teachers and picked up schedules for the third and fourth grade cla
First District Congressman Rick Crawford, left, presents copies of the Congressional Record to Forrest City Police Department Lt.
EMTs and paramedics with Emergency Medical Services of Arkansas practice with and maintain their equipment on a daily basis.
Students, teachers, parents and members of the community had to find their way around in the new Palestine-Wheatley High School building during the
The 37th annual Mightymite Triathlon was held Saturday. This year’s field was limited to 75 participants due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Volunteers Robin Jayroe, left, Doris Dorsett and Maureen McCollum visit at the First Untied Methodist Church while organizing books from the Cara M
Kinyuana Smith, an administrative assistant at Forrest City City Hall, sorts through T-shirts and other promotional items ahead of Saturday morning
Superintendents of the two area public school districts said during a forum Thursday evening that their campuses are as prepared as possible for th