A full-time Mayflower officer was laid off in October after officials noted the city’s sales tax revenues were declining. The Log Cabin Democrat sent a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request to fact check the cause of the firing.
Two 9-year-old best friends celebrated their birthdays recently, but there were no presents in sight.
The Faulkner County Quorum Court approved buying property adjacent to the Justice Building that it plans to eventually use as an animal shelter during its regular meeting Tuesday.
Firefighters and other volunteers will be out holding boots and collecting donations during the annual Central Arkansas Firefighters Christmas Boot Drive (CAFCBD) as the program hits its 20-year milestone this weekend.
There is a bustling that occurs during these months, isn’t there? We fluff our homes in preparation for our guests. We stock our refrigerators full of ingredients for our favorite seasonal recipes. We stow away items to make room for the more festive items. Soon we will adorn our doors, tables, and living rooms with lights, greenery, colored balls, and “kid crafted-mother approved”Christmas ornaments. We schedule and rearrange our calendars to accommodate parties, far off friends, cookie decorating, “It’s a Wonderful Life” watching, shopping, wrapping, and the list goes on and on.
Faulkner County Judge announced his appointment for coroner during the quorum court meeting Tuesday.
Family, friends and colleagues of the late Faulkner County Coroner Pat Moore joined local leaders in honoring him during a dedication ceremony at the Office of the Coroner on Tuesday.