Enjoying spring break

Enjoying spring break: Children and adults have been enjoying spring break this week at the Salem Life Center during its community-wide spring break programs. Kayden Berry, left, and Alicea Triggs look at books available for them to enjoy. Children could win prizes through games and other activities. Students throughout the area are scheduled to return to classes on Monday. Photo by Brodie Johnson.

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City taking steps to repair water, sewer problems - The Forrest City City Council approved a contract Tuesday evening to allow the city to enter into a contract with ETC Engineers and Architects, Inc., to resolve existing sanitary sewer violations through corrective actions.

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