G.R. Taylor Elementary School in the White Hall School District has named its Students of the Month for January. They are first row, Lylla Gatesman, Elizabeth Gammill, Laythen Hartsfield; second row, Trey Booker, Alice Huo, Nour Nimer, Anna Akines, Harleigh Jo Bean; third row: Liam Andersen, Jase Malone, Daisy Zhu, Jailin Rice, Landon Garrick; back row, Ben Redix, Dakota Yeager; and not pictured, Bethany Roper. (Special to The Commercial)
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A candidate for mayor of Pine Bluff on Saturday was critical of a member of the Jefferson County Board of Election Commissioners who accessed the candidate’s military record and released some of the information on a social media site.
The debate team at the University of Arkansas at Monticello won the Arkansas state championship and placed second overall in the Southern Regional Debate and Forensics Championship Tournament.
Forestry and natural resources students will put their lumberjack skills on display at the University of Arkansas at Monticello Forestry Club’s annual Field Day competition Saturday, Feb. 13.
Non-profit organizations are urged to sign up for ArkansasGives, the one-day online giving event hosted by Arkansas Community Foundation.
Watson Chapel High School student Valerie Bakhtiar is developing an idea for a paddle-boat company as part of an academic partnership with the University of Arkansas.
Chancellor Karla Hughes of the University of Arkansas at Monticello announced the beginning of a reorganization of her senior administrative team.
If you’ve seen one movie based on a Nicholas Sparks romance, you’ve seen them all. Like the others, “The Choice” bleeds sap and treacle. And the story, even by Sparks’ standards, is so lame I wanted to punch the movie in the face, so to speak.
A group that is trying to re-open the former Horizon Foods/Summit Poultry Plant on West Second Avenue has worked out a tentative settlement with Pine Bluff Wastewater Utility and has applied for an industrial wastewater permit.
The University of Arkansas at Monticello has received approval for its first completely online undergraduate degree program.