It’s the time of year for optimism, if one is a farmer.
They built it, and shows are coming.
The St. Francis County Housing Authority has received a Certificate of Excellence from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for achieving the “High Performer Designation.”
Lonnie Williams’ enthusiasm is as strong today as it was on Dec.
I notice that the Postal Service may end Saturday delivery. Whether or not it’s a good is something that’s being discussed as we speak.
A rally to encourage citizens to fill out and mail in their census forms has been planned for Thursday, April 8, from 4 to 8 p.m., at the Forrest City Civic Center.
Forrest City’s new ISO rating could mean slightly lower insurance premiums on home owner’s insurance.
Forrest City’s fire rating has improved, going from a 5 to a 4, according to Fire Chief Johnny Ruffin.
The re-drawing of flood maps in the Eastern Arkansas area could force many homeowners and businesses in to buy flood insurance, something U.S. Sen Mark Pryor says is unnecessary.
Most people in this area have received their 2010 Census forms, and the U.S. Census Bureau is urging people to fill the forms out and return them.