Forrest City, a school without a track, is now the home of the state’s fastest girl.
As long as he can remember, Braydon Sanders has wanted to be a cowboy.
By the time he turned two, he was riding a stick horse around the house and yard.
When Forrest City Athletic Director Dr. Rodney Echols was asked recently about 1985 graduate Chris Danehower, his memory was a little foggy.
For someone who tends to shy away from being the center of attention, Forrest City senior Tevin Beanum stepped right into the middle of the national spotlight Wednesday by signing a letter of inten
Last week, the Forrest City School District took the first step in bringing archery to its campuses.
Three days, eight teams, 12 games, hundreds of volunteers, thousands of spectators, one champion.
Their shirts say it all – Forrest City Drop Squad.
Look out Missy Franklin. Start looking over your shoulder Allison Schmitt. Here comes Iman.
Well, maybe not until the 2020 Summer Olympics.
Marda Kaiser-Rehnelt overcame a sluggish swim and being bitten on the foot to win the overall female title at Saturday’s Mightymite Triathlon.
Marda Kaiser-Rehnelt admits she is flattered in her role as the the pre-Mightymite Triathlon favorite by her fellow female triathletes. But, she is certainly not letting it go to her head.