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Date Change Provokes Controversy
A policy change rolling into place with the spring semester will delay enrollment for students age 60 and older who take classes tuition-free at NorthWest Arkansas Community College.
Entergy Crews Continue Working On Power Outages
Entergy officials expect most of the lights to be back on by the end of the day for the nearly 3,000 customers still without power.
Lots of Arkansans in Tennessee edition of Oxford American Southern Music Issue
The Tennessee edition of the Oxford American magazine's annual Southern Music issue and CD combo is out on newsstands now, and it's full of music from and writing about Arkansans.
Forrest City mayor calls tax jewel of his tenure
Forrest City Mayor Larry Bryant spent most of 2013 promoting a proposed 1 percent citywide sales tax that would help pay for street repairs, recreational projects, equipment for the Fire and Police departments, and other improvements in the St. Francis County town.
Man takes thousands of dollars from CRTI snack bar
Charles Taylor FORREST CITY, AR - Thousands of dollars are taken from a Crowley's Ridge Technical Institute snack bar.
Forrest City police make drug and gun arrest
FORREST CITY, AR - The Forrest City Police Department made multiple drug and gun several arrest over the weekend.
When ink dries, UA to sign 3
Forrest City forward Trey Thompson is one of two in-state players committed to Arkansas in the class of 2014.
Inmates Stick Their Necks Out to Cast Light on Recent Prison Death
Background: Gary White was a county commissioner in Jefferson County, Alabama. Good friends with Les Siegelman, he introduced Les's brother, [former] Alabama Governor Don Siegelman to Richard Scrushy, a local Republican businessman.