The annual Jefferson County Republican Committee Lincoln-Reagan Dinner was held Thursday at the Pine Bluff Country Club.
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A two-car collision occurred at the Camden Road and Interstate 530 overpass when a Nissan Maxima attempted to turn onto the on-ramp to take I-530 south but failed to make it across before being struck on the side by the Toyota Corolla.(Special to The Commercial/William Harvey)
LITTLE ROCK — A former subordinate of former Arkansas treasurer Martha Shoffner testified in federal court Thursday that she warned Shoffner that placing a large portion of the state’s bond business in the hands of one broker would raise red flags with auditors, but that Shoffner shrugged off her concerns.
LITTLE ROCK — A legislative panel Thursday endorsed a plan to spend nearly $22 million of the state’s projected $125 million budget surplus, settling on a handful of the more than $90 million in projects that legislators and Gov. Mike Beebe had proposed.
WASHINGTON – The Arkansas delegation is supporting calls for a boost in natural gas exports as part of a national response to Russia’s military incursion into Ukraine.
Interested Citizens for Voter Registration Pen or Pencil King Team will discuss the ills of tobacco and alcohol and how using drugs can be more powerful in shaping behavior than peer pressure.
The institution of Common Core standards has been a divisive issue in Arkansas.
Huck was born in a cemetery, as if his bleak future had been predetermined. Thanks to the Jefferson County Humane Society, however, Huck has a new home now and a bright future.
LITTLE ROCK - Gov. Mike Beebe announced appointments to boards and commissions on Thursday, including the following Southeast Arkansas residents:
Social studies teacher Bud Hamley will kiss a pig at 10 a.m. Friday at Belair Middle School, 1301 Commerce Road. The school collected 1,500 cans for the Neighbor to Neighbor and the Salvation Army. Hamley had promised to kiss a pig if the students met that goal.