The Dollarway School Board voted Tuesday to accept a $13,723 bid by White Hall-based Roberts Plumbing to fix the hot water heater in the cafeteria at Townsend Park Elementary.
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Precious Taylor, a senior regulatory science and agriculture major at the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, received the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship to study abroad.
Leslie Heroman of White Hall received a Bachelor of Arts degree in international studies from Washington College at Chestertown, Maryland.
The Pine Bluff Planning Commission approved Tuesday the Sobriety Living Center’s request for a permit to develop a building to offer additional services for clients in an industrial zone at 2006 W. Fifth Ave.
LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas Supreme Court Justice Paul Danielson said Tuesday he will not seek re-election to the court, and on the same day, Circuit Judge Shawn Womack of Mountain Home announced for the post.
The Jefferson County Republican Committee meets at 6 p.m. Thursday, May 28, at Larry’s Pizza, 7401 Dollarway Road at White Hall.
The American Red Cross seeks eligible donors to give blood in honor of World Blood Donor Day, June 14, and throughout the summer. Giving blood will help ensure a sufficient blood supply for patients in need. Blood donation opportunities include:
A Prescott woman arrested Friday on a misdemeanor shoplifting charge will face felony allegations after alleged methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia were found in her purse.
The Arkansas Agriculture Department is accepting applications for the 2015 Arkansas Century Farm program until Sunday, May 31.
The management company that owns three Huddle House restaurants, including one in Pine Bluff and White Hall, have settled a federal lawsuit accusing managers of racial discrimination by subjecting a black employee at Pine Bluff to racial slurs.