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Railroad museum vandalized

Pine Bluff police are asking for help identifying the person or persons responsible for an incident at the Arkansas Railroad Museum on Sunday that resulted in significant damage to several windows.

Correction

Ashley Whittington of Pine Bluff, who was one of two women killed in a traffic accident in Hot Springs, died May 18. The date of her death was incorrect in an article in Wednesday’s edition of The Commercial.

Correction

In the Wednesday edition of The Commercial, the article “Arsenal’s Pine Haven Golf Course to close May 30” incorrectly spelled the name of the arsenal’s division chief of recreation services, Carla Easterling. Also, the article stated that the golf equipment would be sold in “still” bids. It should have read “sealed” bids. Finally, all of the quotes in the article should have been attributed to Easterling.

Drug court celebration set Friday

Jefferson County Drug Court will celebrate National Drug Court Month on Friday with a celebration at 9:30 a.m. at the Jefferson County Courthouse. Supervisory Special Agent Anthony Lemons of the Drug Enforcement Administration will be the featured speaker.

Pine Bluff woman makes finale

Since the finale of “Redneck Island: Battle at the Lake” premiered in March, Katie Milam, the Pine Bluff woman who was selected for the show, has been traveling the United States with her Redneck Island competitors with whom she’s become great friends.