Three intrepid rock-wall climbers show their stuff Saturday at the 2014 Ding Dong Days Fun Day at Memorial Park in Dumas, which offered music, munchies and a lot of other family-oriented activities for everyone. Dumas also held its annual Ding Dong Days parade as part of the annual community celebration. (Special to The Commercial/Joe Dempsey)
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WASHINGTON — Pine Bluff received a $1.2 million grant from the Economic Development Administration on Tuesday for infrastructure improvements that are projected to create 24 new jobs.
WASHINGTON — Arkansas Republican candidates are edging out Democrats in a Public Policy Polling survey of likely voters released Tuesday.
Simmons First National Corp. Chairman and CEO George Makris Jr. urged Pine Bluff Rotary Club members to run for local office, volunteer and set high standards for elected officials.
The cause of an early morning fire that gutted the Arkansas County Courthouse annex in Stuttgart was electrical in nature, Arkansas County Judge Glenn “Sonny” Cox said Tuesday.
Pine Bluff Fire and Emergency Services firefighter Kyra Arnold uses the Jaws of Life to cut the metal parts around a windshield before the glass was removed and the hood pulled back in a training exercise Tuesday at the department’s training facility. Firefighter Tony Gibson, left, and Lt. Bruce Bailey, standing, look on.
Family Church of White Hall will be expanding its ministries into Redfield as they have started construction on a new church at 804 Sheridan Road.
A $10,000 bond was set Tuesday for a Jefferson County man who was arrested after police responded to a report of a suspicious person and allegedly found drug paraphernalia in the man’s pockets.
Two witnesses who were present the night a man and woman were shot to death in 2012 testified Tuesday they saw the man charged in the deaths with a gun and saw him shoot one of the victims.
Healing Place Ministries will host a reception for all partners who have supported the crime victim advocacy programs.