Southeast Arkansas College President Stephen Hilterbran urged students at a Lunch and Learn session Tuesday to have a vision for their lives, plan for the long term and expect to work hard to achieve their goals.
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A proposal to start renovation work on the Joe Thomas Public Safety Building moved out of committee Monday and will be considered by the full council next week.
A proposal to reopen the former Eden Park Country Club as a restaurant and event center is being met with community opposition.
The 75th Southeast Arkansas District Fair and Rodeo got underway Monday at the Hestand Stadium Fairgrounds at 420 N. Blake St. with a goat showing competition and a host of volunteers reviewing exhibits.
Pine Bluff Police Department Deputy Chief Susie Powell was placed on administrative duty this week. The headline in Saturday’s edition incorrectly stated she was on leave.
Organizers of the 75th Southeast Arkansas District Fair and Rodeo look forward to welcoming people next week to a host of activities.
Connie Boutwell, left, tests the temperature of the meat balls before Carol Oldenburg, right, bags them up to be stored in the freezer Tuesday at St. Joseph Catholic Church, 412 W. Sixth Ave.
The children’s splash park near Lake Saracen is scheduled for completion by mid-October, Pine Bluff Parks and Recreation Department Director April Layher said this week.
Jefferson County Board of Elections Commissioner Stu Soffer says he is concerned about the Jefferson County Clerk’s Office staff’s capacity to handle the Nov. 4 general election.
The Pine Bluff School Board of Directors approved the hiring of employees at a meeting Tuesday night.