In spite of weather that’s both cool and damp, peach trees are blooming, and that’s not a bad thing, as far as a couple of local peach growers see it.
In its efforts to help people develop healthier lifestyles, the Hometown Health Network of St. Francis County will host the annual Walk At Lunch Day on Thursday, April 25.
Students at East Arkansas Community College who want to continue their education or get into the workforce will get the opportunity two weeks from today, during EACC’s annual College and Career Day
A long-standing day of fun for Cub Scouts is coming Saturday, April 27, with the running of the Pinewood Derby, sponsored by Pack 224.
Plans are being made for this year’s St. Francis County Relay for Life, which will be held Friday, May 31, to benefit the American Cancer Society.
Is Easter becoming too commercial? Is it following in the footsteps of Christmas?
Spring can mean a lot of things. For the Forrest City Area Humane Society, it’s a reminder that not nearly enough people are spaying or neutering their pets – particularly dogs.
A recent study ranking the health levels of people in Arkansas ranked counties in the Delta region lower than the rest of the state.
Recent cool, wet weather has been keeping farmers out of the field, and may cause some problems with wheat.
That was the assessment from Extension Agent and Staff Chairman Mitch Crow.
I’ve already talked about how our daffodils aren’t blooming, and blamed it pretty much on the weather. However, I can’t say this is the strangest weather I’ve ever encountered.