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This years Distinguished Young Woman (DYW) program will be February 24,  at 6:30 p.m. in the Forest Elementary School Auditorium. The Doors will open at 6:00.

Three concrete light poles were installed at Gaddis Park last week to replace the existing wood poles. “We consider this part of our yearly upgrades,” Parks Director Stan Crotwell said.

Vernon Crotwell of Morton (left) was recently honored upon his retirement from the East Central Community College Board of Trustees. He was presented with a plaque from ECCC Board Chair Dr.

The Forest-Scott County Career & Technology Center recently held an  induction ceremony for the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS).

Once upon a time many years ago animals unimaginable  roamed this earth leaving behind links into history with their bones buried beneath the surface, today known as fossils.

Lifelong residents of this area will remember a man of God by the name of Rev. John Hayes Jones. Rev. Jones was probably famous for a lot of things, but in my mind two stand out — catfish and letters to Jesus.