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Housing rights program aids Arkansans

LITTLE ROCK – Two years ago, Attorney General Dustin McDaniel joined with other state attorneys general and the federal government to announce a multibillion-dollar settlement with the country’s five largest mortgage servicers. Of Arkansas’s share of that settlement, $2 million was directed to the state Access to Justice Commission to provide support and assistance to Arkansas consumers who have been adversely impacted by the crisis.

I-530 work to close lanes in Pulaski County

Improvements to Interstate 530 will require lane closures in Pulaski County in the months ahead, according to Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department officials.

Sports

Girley’s deflection saves Red-hatted Wolves

JONESBORO — A 24-yard touchdown pass from Fredi Knighten to Dijon Paschal in overtime and a last-second blocked field goal by Artez Brown in regulation proved to be the difference makers as Arkansas State rallied for a thrilling 21-14 overtime win over Utah State on Saturday night at Centennial Bank Stadium.

Weevils let another game slip away

ALVA, Okla. — For the third straight week, Arkansas-Monticello had its heart broken in the final minute as Northwestern Oklahoma State scored a touchdown with 32 seconds left to win 34-28 on Saturday.

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DST members attend regional conference

Members of the Pine Bluff Alumnae and Delta Eta chapters of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. recently attended the Southwest Region Conference held in Albuquerque, N.M. -“The Duke City”.

Births

Britney Lewis and Ronny Lopez of Pine Bluff announce the birth of a son, Logan Alexander Lopez, on June 28 at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Medical Center at Little Rock.

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