This spring’s wicked storms are giving Arkansas ranchers two kinds of headaches: declining hay quality and increased concern for livestock health because of debris and bacteria stirred by floodwater.
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Because of potential flooding at Regional Park, the Delta Rivers Nature Center will be closed Wednesday evening, May 27, until Tuesday, June 2, according to center director Eric Maynard.
The Arkansas Court of Appeals on Wednesday said Jefferson Count Circuit Judge Leon Jamison was correct when he determined that the son of a Pine Bluff woman was dependent-neglected.
A Pine Bluff woman was arrested Monday after she allegedly swung a knife at the back of a man and came at him with two broken bottles after an argument.
The Pine Bluff Board of Realtors will make a presentation to Special Olympics of Arkansas and host a fundraiser for Neighbor to Neighbor at Saracen Landing on Wednesday, June 10.
A $5,000 bond was set Wednesday for a Pine Bluff man who allegedly hit a child with a belt and extension cord.
Simmons First National Corp.’s Board of Directors declared a regular $0.23 per share quarterly cash dividend payable July 1 to shareholders of record June 15.
LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas’ unemployment rate rose one-tenth of a percentage point to 5.7 percent in April, according to labor statistics released Wednesday.
Pine Bluff Wastewater Utility’s Boyd Point Treatment Facility is not being compromised by flooding along the Arkansas River, commissioners heard at a meeting Wednesday.
New Community Church, 321 N. Birch St., will open its food pantry Saturday, May 30, from 10 a.m. until all the food is gone.