RehearsalZadie Coats and Eden May showed their acting talents last week during rehearsals for the Calvary Christian School production of the play “Meet Me In St. Louis” scheduled to be performed in early May. Photo by Fred Conley.
Bryant asking citizens to help curb sign thefts - Street signs are disappearing in Forrest City, and Mayor Larry Bryant is asking for the public's help in tracking down the thieves.
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Former Attorney General opposes move - LITTLE ROCK (AP) — Several dozens of people, including former Attorney General Dustin McDaniel, have gathered in Little Rock to show their distaste for a proposed law that critics say would sanction discrimination against gays and lesbians.
AMT e-Waste Solutions to rework funding request - It’s back to the drawing board for AMT e-Waste Solutions in the company’s search for funding to help support opening its Forrest City location.
JAFC planning Easter egg hunt on April 4 at Campbell House - The Junior Auxiliary of Forrest City has scheduled its annual Easter egg hunt for Saturday, April 4, at the Campbell House.