The Pine Bluff School Board interviewed two candidates Tuesday for the superintendent’s position but did not extend an offer to anyone.
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Kylon Montgomery of Pine Bluff was among the 20 teens who completed Jump Start, a career development program for high school students who are blind or severely visually impaired.
Pine Bluff residents remembered nine people Tuesday who were shot and killed in a Charleston, South Carolina, church with prayers at a memorial service at Pine Bluff’s Allen Temple AME Church.
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock recently announced its Chancellor’s List for spring 2015, honoring students whose academic performances were superior each semester with at least nine hours for credit and at least a 3.9 grade point average.
Lakeport Legacies will feature Blake Wintory speaking Thursday, July 30, on “Annie Reeves’ Chicot County Civil War Diary, 1861-1863” at Lakeport Plantation at Lake Village.
A traffic stop by an Arkansas State trooper Sunday morning resulted in the arrest of a Stuttgart man on drug-related charges.
DUMAS — Organizers are hoping the Dumas Chamber of Commerce Corn Supper will be an every-year event, but that will depend on how well the first one goes.
The Arkansas Civil War Sesquicentennial Commission approved an application for an Arkansas Civil War Sesquicentennial Historical Marker in Bradley County.
Several agencies have announced the days they will be closed for Independence Day, Saturday, July 4:
Jefferson County Justice of the Peace Lloyd Franklin II said Tuesday he believes he has found a short-term solution to the county’s financial woes that will not require employees to take a pay cut.