The Pine Bluff School District Board of Directors on Thursday approved a reduction in force policy that, according to board president Henry Dabner, will affect two or three teachers.
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Pine Bluff police are asking for help in locating two men who allegedly broke into a car lot on Dollarway Road and stole two lawnmowers.
Thirty-two students at Pine Bluff High School who were diagnosed with learning or physical disabilities were honored Friday at the school’s Little Theater and received diplomas signifying their graduation from the H.E.R.O.E.S. program.
Sales of new and existing homes in Jefferson County decreased slightly in March 2016 as compared to a year ago, according to information released by the Arkansas Realtors Association.
Former Pine Bluff School District Superintendent Linda Watson will be returning to Pine Bluff to work for five days as part of a settlement of her lawsuit against the district.
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Rounding up deadbeat parents who don’t pay child support has become an annual tradition for the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office and it continued Wednesday and Thursday as 15 people who had active warrants were rounded up and booked in the adult detention center.
Watson Chapel School Superintendent Connie Hathorn said Thursday that schools are spending so much time testing that teachers don’t have time to teach.
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Eight graduating seniors at Jefferson County area schools were honored Wednesday for their achievements during the annual Optimist Club of Pine Bluff Student Awards Luncheon at the Pine Bluff Country Club.