Pine Bluff Fire and Emergency Services Chief Shauwn Howell said Friday nothing has changed after the roof of Mid-South Music Co., in the 400 block of South Main Street, partially caved in Thursday afternoon.
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Veteran journalist and editor Larry Fugate, who covered stories in Arkansas for five decades, died Thursday night at his home in White Hall. He was 69.
The Olympics are coming to Tillar — the 2015 Arkansas State USA Junior Olympic Shooting Championship, that is.
Bill Wiegand took the photo of the Mid-South Music roof that was on the front page of Friday’s edition. The photo credit line was incorrect.
The Southeast Arkansas Kennel Club Dog Show was not held this year because of a lack of funding and a decline in entries.
The Lake Saracen walking trail project is about seven-eighths complete, according to organizers.
A Dutch group planning to honor the sacrifice of American soldiers who died during World War II is seeking photos to include on their Walls of the Missing, including the photo of a Jefferson County native.
Watson Chapel Schools will be closed Friday, according to the superintendent.
A partial cave-in to the roof of Mid-South Music Co. in the 400 block of South Main Street was reported Thursday afternoon.
Several Pine Bluff School Board members said Thursday they have not been disrespectful to Superintendent Linda Watson nor have they made any effort to force her to resign, while another agreed with an allegation that there are “personal agendas” at work on the board.