Building number linesStudents in Latasha Banks’s third grade class at Stewart Elementary spent the morning’s math lesson learning how to build number lines. Eric Smith follows instructions from his teacher as he builds his line on a dry erase pad. Photo by Caitlyn Sweet
SFC Fair Board needs volunteers at exhibit buildings - The St. Francis County Fair Board is in need of volunteers for the exhibit buildings at the Wiley T. Jones Fairgrounds, which will open officially at noon on Monday.
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Security footage offers leads in theft of copper wire - Security footage recovered at the scene of a burglary early Monday morning points to a former employee of Entergy, according to a report on file at the Forrest City Police Department.
Decision on Hughes mayor headed to November ballot - A petition calling for the resignation of the mayor of Hughes is likely headed for the ballot in November, pending a vote of approval by the St. Francis County Election Commission. The petition was certified by St. Francis County Clerk Emily Holley on Monday.
WMemphis man facing charges following chase with local police - A West Memphis man is charged with two counts of aggravated assault, fleeing in a vehicle and criminal mischief, as well as a number of traffic violations, following a chase through Forrest City involving deputies with the St. Francis County Sheriff’s Office and officers with the Forrest City Police Department.
Police find drugs, make arrest while searching residence - A Forrest City man is facing multiple drug-related felony charges following an arrest by the Forrest City Police Department's Criminal Investigation Division on Monday.