I was out one night this week between 7:30 and 8, cutting my lawn. And it was still too blasted hot.
“The more people you have who want to see something done, the more you’ll get done.”
The Widener City Council on Monday moved to complete the legal action on the annexation which was approved by voters in May, and also contemplated a possible sales tax.
Standardized tests taken in April by Forrest City School District students showed improvement in most areas.
A slump in cotton supplies, along with an increase in demand, may end up benefiting producers in St. Francis County.
Okay, it’s too hot for anything to be funny. That’s as good an excuse as any to look at the wire.
Forrest City has received five responses to an RFQ (request for qualifications) the city council agreed to issue in May, for a “transportation enhancement program manager.”
The heat is definitely on, and this year it’s starting early.
Renovation work has begun at Lincoln Middle School — with hopes that the work can be completed in time for school — it was reported to the Forrest City School Board Monday.
The Forrest City School Board on Monday agreed to reassign Katie Jones from junior high principal to interim Alternative Learning Environment director.