Work on Forrest City streets will begin soon, but the order in which the work will be done is not yet set.
It’s time to start making plans for the St. Francis County Fair — either to attend or enter in the various opportunities for competition.
Two possible city laws — one dealing with tractor trailers and the other with a parks committee — took up most of the discussion during Monday’s meeting of the Forrest City City Council.
The Arkansas Natural Resources Commission recently announced that a loan of up to $500,000 has been approved for the Larkin Creek Improvement District.
The possibility of a second charter school in the area — this one for all male students, concentrating on math and business — was the topic of a meeting held in Madison Saturday.
The board of the St. Francis County Housing Authority on Thursday accepted a bid for repairs to the roof of the agency’s headquarters on South Izard Street.
With the coming of fall, young Forrest Citians — and their parents — are reminded that they will be subject to not one, but two curfews, once school starts.
“Spaded,” as in, “Our dog Lucy Belle has been spaded,” is what I called it when, as a child, I first heard about it.
Working with animals can sometimes be frustrating, particularly when so many pets aren’t cared for properly. But not all the news is bad.
There will be two fewer polling places in St. Francis County beginning with the Sept. 21 school election, the county Election Commission decided Monday.