The Forrest City Housing Authority Board on Thursday adopted an operating budget for fiscal 2010 and also passed some “housekeeping” resolutions.
Well, it looks like I’ve survived another rice issue. Actually, I came through my trip to the farm practically unscathed, if worn out.
Although it won’t affect their graduation, most of the high school students who took an Algebra II End of Course test last spring scored at the “needs preparation” level, including locally.
The inmate population at the Federal Correctional Complex in Forrest City has decreased, but that could change rapidly, the FCC Community Relations Board was told Wednesday.
The results of last week’s school election will be certified by the St. Francis County Election Commission later this week.
The classroom HVAC work at Central Elementary is almost finished, while some other work will take longer.
The St. Francis County Health Department has not received its allotment of flu vaccine yet, but is expecting it in October.
It was a day for remembering, as hundreds turned out in Marianna for a memorial service honoring 1st Lt. Tyler Parten, who was killed in action last week in Afghanistan.
I read in my latest Newsweek a piece by Jon Meacham entitled, “I Was a Teenage Death Panelist.” And although the article went on to talk about other things, it reminded me that I, too, have been
The ninth annual Cotton Pickin’ Festival in Caldwell will have something new — a Wall of Honor — to go along with the fun activities that have become a tradition at the event.