Michelle Risher, owner of Studio M salon in Forest, is one of the local business owners that have helped bring the sense of fall to Forest. Studio M’s “Happy Fall Ya’ll” theme and decor has W. Main Street looking like the weather is finally feeling this week – like fall.
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The weatherman on WLBT Friday afternoon at 5:00 o’clock said Tropical Storm Olga would not be a wind event according to my wife Danny. She says he said it would be a rain event, but worry not about the wind. Perhaps he needs to come clean up my yard, ‘cause we had us a wind event.
If you read this column with any regularity, you know there are few political issues on which I disagree with President Trump. However, the president’s endorsement of Tate Reeves for governor is one decision I cannot agree with, but due to the lack of a better choice I might have to follow his lead.
The Sebastopol Bobcats were coming off what head coach Nicky Mooney called the biggest win of his 2-year tenure when they traveled to Stringer last Friday night.
The Lake Hornets handled their business last Thursday night against the district visitors from Union. This was a very important game preceding this week’s showdown with their Scott County rival the Scott Central Rebels.
The 2019 football season has been a tough one for the Forest Bearcats, but after FHS defeated Morton 16-7 on their home field the tough season was a little easier to take. When Forest Mayor Nancy Chambers presented the Golden Chicken trophy to the Bearcats’s players and coaches there was nothing but smiles last Thursday night.
Players and coaches from the 1970 Forest High School football team held the first meeting to plan an event that will honor the championship football team in celebration of the 50th anniversary of their undefeated season. The celebration will be held during a home football game during the 2020 season.
Clean up needed!
The Weather Bureau made the correct prediction for Scott and Newton Counties for this past Saturday! High straight line winds certainly were in our community. We hear that it will be Tuesday before some of our people will have power restored!