The Forrest City School Board continued to talk about saving expenses on Thursday night as they revisited some of the suggestions put forth in a recent brainstorming session.
“Could you make me a pumpkin pie?”
First reading of an ordinance which attempts to put all of Forrest City’s animal control laws into one document, while establishing protocols for animal care, was held Tuesday at the regular city c
The Widener City Council on Monday discussed the possibility of re-establishing its police department, but took no action.
The Board of Directors of East Arkansas Community College on Thursday accepted funds from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, and also accepted a Student Support Services grant.
Maybe I shouldn’t tell this on myself, but it may actually help others.
“Many of us take our freedom for granted, but we shouldn’t.”
The Forrest City School District gave its required report to the public Monday, with the superintendent saying that although the district has a way to go, he expects positive things to happen.
The Forrest City School Board on Monday heard an update on improvement projects in the district, and also heard a discipline proposal for the junior high and elementary schools.
The Christmas season is drawing near, and the Forrest City Junior Auxiliary is busily making plans for its annual Angel Tree project.