JoAnne Lawson feels that East Arkansas Community College has every right to be proud of its Allied Health program, which is busy supplying graduates to a field that is growing and needs people w
Even though I’m part time (or semi-retired; take your pick), now, I attended this week’s city council meeting, covering for a co-worker who was off somewhere entering into grandparenthood.
Mayor Larry Bryant used Tuesday’s State of the City address as a platform to talk about Forrest City’s pluses, but also to talk about his belief that a sales tax referendum is needed.
The Forrest City City Council on Tuesday discussed debris cleanup from a Front Street fire that destroyed several buildings last May.
Medicaid and metal theft were among the topics discussed Saturday morning at Mallards, when the St. Francis County Farm Bureau hosted a breakfast meeting with legislators.
February is Show Me Your Heart Month, during which people are urged to become organ and tissue donors. Today is also Wear Red Day, which puts the emphasis on women’s heart issues.
I’m in trouble with Alice. Seems that somehow, we went from fall to winter and now are getting close to Valentine’s Day, and I have not raked or blown the leaves in our yard.
The 2012 crop year was a good one for Arkansas producers – providing they had irrigation. The same held true for farmers in St. Francis County.
A bipartisan solution to Medicaid funding is a real possibility in the Arkansas Senate, according to Sen. Keith Ingram, D-West Memphis.
People wanting to lose weight and embark on a healthier lifestyle will get a chance to do that and win some prize money again this year, with a couple of changes.