State Representative Visits Foreman School District

Foreman Cafeteria Unveils New Culinary Plan By JESSIE SMITH LR News Contributor State Representative DeAnn Vaught visited Foreman High School and Oscar Hamilton Elementary on Sept. 5 to talk about the nature of her elected office, explain some of her bills and answer questions. Vaught started the day in a civics class at Foreman High… Read More State Representative Visits Foreman School District

Sr. Center’s Director Initiates Plan to Make Sure Elderly Don’t Go Hungry

By CAROLYN MYERS LR News Contributor After delivering meals to home-bound senior citizens and noting the lack of food in many homes, Ashdown/Foreman Senior Citizen Centers Director Paula Jewel had an idea that would help alleviate huger for that group of elderly citizens. She decided to initiate and promote a cereal drive throughout the month… Read More Sr. Center’s Director Initiates Plan to Make Sure Elderly Don’t Go Hungry

Today’s Front Page via the Newseum | September 12, 2019

    Each Thursday, the front page of the Little River News is posted along with more than 800 newspapers from around the world. The Little River News is proud to participate in the Today’s Front Pages online exhibit at the Newseum in Washington D.C. We hope our readers will make visiting Today’s Front Pages a part of their weekly Thursday morning routine.  … Read More Today’s Front Page via the Newseum | September 12, 2019

Community votes yes to new jail and new Foreman High School

Posted: 9/10/19, 10:19 p.m. CDT By JESSIE SMITHLR News Contributor      On Sept. 10, Little River County voted to pass two sales tax proposals and the facilities bond in order to build and maintain the new county jail. The Foreman School District voted to pass the millage tax that will fund the new high… Read More Community votes yes to new jail and new Foreman High School