Classes underway: Spring semester classes are underway at East Arkansas Community College. Karen Rolland, left, and Jennifer Casey, both business management students, look over a recently-received textbook during a break at the gazebo in the EACC courtyard. Photo by David Nichol
Wednesday, January 16, 2008
Tuesday, January 15, 2008
Frame going up: The frame is going up at the new emergency room facility at Forrest City Medical Center. A building permit for a $3.4 million project was issued in August for the project. The new ER will also have more sophisticated equipment as well as being much larger than the present ER. Photo by David Nichol.
Studying hard: Working in class can be fun, especially if you enjoy the subject. Jalen Scott works a math problem this morning. According to Cissy Smith, Scottâ€™s fourth grade teacher at Central Elementary School, the class is working extra hard on math in preparation for the Benchmark test in April. Photo by Alan Smith.
Crowded: Forrest Cityâ€™s Davyan McKinney (21) pushes his way through traffic to get off a shot against West Memphis West Monday night at Mustang Arena. The Junior Mustangs won the game 53-50. Photo by Fred Conley.
Home game: Forrest City senior guard Bookita Vaughen (10) drives past a Jacksonville defender Friday night in a 6A-East conference game played at Jacksonville. Forrest City will host West Memphis tonight at Mustang Arena. Vaughen left the Jacksonville game late after taking a hard fall, but will play tonight. Photo by Fred Conley.
Monday, January 14, 2008
Defense: Forrest Cityâ€™s Britney Scott guards Jacksonvilleâ€™s Tyra Terry (10) from behind during a 6A-East girls basketball game played Friday at Jacksonville. Forrest City won the game 59-34. Photo by Fred Conley.
Home destroyed: Firefighters work to contain a blaze that destroyed a home in the Teleco area on Saturday.The home of Billy and Juanita Hindman was a total loss. Photo by David Nichol.
Parkman exhibit: Former St. Francis County Sheriff and Collector H.N. Green, left, and Johnnie Jones, with the Sheriffâ€™s Department, were two of more than 100 people in attendance Saturday for the unveiling of an exhibit at the St. Francis County Museum honoring former Sheriff Dave Parkman. The exhibit will be on display through much of the month of February. Photo by Kendall Owens.