First-grade students at Edgewood Elementary School recently had the opportunity to meet a real horse. Expresso, the horse, made a stop at the school as part of the school’s participation in The Horse Tales Literacy Project.
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Q. I have an appointment with my doctor to discuss medication for anxiety and depression. I get really nervous, and forget to ask questions. Can you tell me what I need to ask?
Sturdivant : James and Betty Sturdivant of Pine Bluff will celebrate their 50th anniversary on April 27 from 2 to 4 p.m. at their home on Sulphur Springs Road.
Activities planned Monday through Friday at the Strachota Senior Center, formerly the Bradshaw Senior Citizens Center, 801 E. Eighth Ave.
Q. My son’s teacher told me that he may have something called Sluggish Cognitive Tempo. I’ve never heard of this. Could you explain a little about the condition?
Relyance Bank Crown Club members are still enjoying monthly luncheons, which are a time to come together and visit with old friends , meet new friends and enjoy a delicious meal. A large number of members and their guests gathered recently at York Rite Masonic Temple to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day a few days late.
Nicholas A. and Arresha S. Austin of Pine Bluff announce the birth of a daughter, Arianna Nicole Austin, on April 1 at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Medical Center at Little Rock. Grandparents are Jimmie Moore and Debra Moore, both of Fort Worth, Texas, and Cindy Austin of Ontario, Calif.
The Grace Willing Workers Extension Homemakers recently traveled to Camden to attend the Camden Daffodil Festival.
Emma Brooks Pickens will celebrate her 100th birthday on Saturday.