The Watson Chapel School Board will interview three to five people who applied to be superintendent, consultants said Thursday at a meeting.
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Arkansas Public Service Commission Executive Director John Bethel speaks to an audience at a Liberty Utilities public forum Thursday.
With little fanfare and even less discussion, the Jefferson County Quorum Court on Thursday passed a 2015 budget for County General and the County Road Fund.
The newly built Brumps Bayou Bridge has been damaged by vandals, forcing a delay in its opening.
The featured speaker for the annual Rural Life Conference conducted by the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff arrived in town a day early and spent her afternoon visiting with D&S Produce’s owners and Abraham Carpenter at his business on Ohio Street.
A storm system dropped six inches of snow in Pine Bluff on Wednesday, setting a record for Feb. 25, according to the National Weather Service.
The branches of the Pine Bluff/Jefferson County Library system are open Thursday.
Some school closings were already coming in before press time Wednesday.
A train struck a car Wednesday afternoon in northern Jefferson County causing what are being described as minor injuries to the driver of the vehicle.
John Nelson, far right, and Kedric Nelson, in the hoodie, load commodities from the U.S. Department of Agriculture into the trunk of a vehicle Wednesday morning at the Pine Bluff Convention Center.