The 28th annual Home and Garden Show attracted visitors Friday to the Pine Bluff Convention Center for educational seminars, exhibits and vendors.
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The White Hall School Board on Tuesday rejected the recommendation of Superintendent Larry Smith to terminate an employee immediately, and put him back to work.
The White Hall School Board voted Tuesday against firing Anthony Law. The name of the employee was incorrect in Thursday’s edition of The Commercial. The reporting of the incorrect name was based off of the school district’s minutes from the meeting. On Friday, the school district issued a corrected version of the minutes that included the correct name.
The president of the Pine Bluff School Board objects to the district’s $10,000 contract with a search firm, contending that money should instead be awarded as bonuses to district employees.
The three candidates for 1st Division circuit judge for the 11th Judicial District-West outlined their experience and qualifications to members of the West Pine Bluff Rotary on Thursday at the Pine Bluff Country Club.
With two of the three members of the Jefferson County Board of Election Commissioners present Thursday, the board voted to pay for early voting poll workers selected by the Jefferson County clerk.
Pine Bluff High School sophomore Kim Rhona Jacinto, left, smiles Thursday after receiving an award for perfect attendance from Pine Bluff High School guidance counselor Elfreda Boyd. Jacinto also received the principal’s award for earning all A’s. Pine Bluff High School students also received awards for honor roll for earning A’s and B’s; merit awards for earning A’s, B’s and C’s; and citizenship. (Pine Bluff Commercial/ David Hutter)
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A company that is interested in buying the now-closed Plaza Hotel has canceled a scheduled meeting with Pine Bluff elected officials but plans to reschedule.