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Progressive Women’s meet at WH museum

The Progressive Women’s Association met at the recently reopened White Hall Museum for its monthly meeting and luncheon. Louise LaGrone’s food group hostessed the luncheon, which featured barbecue pork sandwiches. The tables were decorated in a patriotic decor.


Information about the Kiwanis Club of Pine Bluff was incorrect in Friday’s edition. The club will meet at noon Wednesday, June 3, at the Pine Bluff Country Club. The Kiwanis Scholarship will be presented to Sommer Yount of Watson Chapel High School and the guest speaker will be Southeast Arkansas College President Stephen Hilterbrand.

Panic attacks can be debilitating if left untreated

Q. I have had panic attacks for a few years. They were diagnosed by my doctor, but, I didn’t want to take medication. The panic episodes come and go, but recently they have been overwhelming. I get dizzy, have a fast heartbeat, and fear I’m going to pass out. Why do I keep having them and what can I do to control them?