It seems that I’m something of a prophet, although all I was predicting was the obvious – the only thing I wasn’t sure of was the date.
A special day at the Pine Tree Experimental Station will celebrate 150 years of agricultural education, research and extension activity made possible by the Morrill Act of 1862.
The 16th annual Forrest City Invitational Marching Band Festival will be held Saturday, Oct. 20, at Sam Smith Stadium.
Admission will be $4, and the first band will perform at 2 p.m.
The City of Widener is a finalist for an Arkansas Parks and Tourism grant of up to $45,000 to help build a park.
Now comes a time of year when I’m conflicted – not over my Scrooginess, that’s always there.
The Madison City Council will wait for the city attorney to draw up an ordinance that will make water bills go up by $8.
A special event will take place Saturday, as Southern Baptist churches from across the state are expected to send more than 2,000 volunteers for a number of projects.
Okay, let’s get one thing clear: I’d appreciate it if folks would stop asking me, “How are you enjoying retirement?” Others refer to it as “semi-retirement.” Neither actually applies.
The general consensus at a lightly-attended public hearing Monday was that the City of Madison must have a water rate increase.
St. Francis County farmers are experiencing some excellent yields, which is a good thing considering the extra expense of irrigation and pest control.