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Alderman Bill Brumett said that he should have used the word “acknowledged” instead of “accepted” in an article in Saturday’s edition of The Commercial when he was describing J.C. Cunnigham’s response to his apologies.

Arkansas Master Gardener program accepting applications

LITTLE ROCK — If you’re looking to take your green thumb to the next level, the University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service Master Gardener program is now accepting applications to become a trained volunteer. Participants will be given the training to sharpen their horticultural skills and the mission to share their knowledge with others.


An article published Tuesday about Pine Bluff Wastewater Utility misstated the time frame during which a rate increase will be implemented. The average residential bill is currently $16.21 per month and will increase to around $17.81 per month beginning in May 2015. By the time the full increase takes effect in 2017, the average bill will be nearly $20.


Hardin Baptist Church at 300 Todd Lynn Drive will be one of the polling sites for the special millage election conducted by the White Hall School District on April 14. The church was left off a list that was in a story in The Commercial on Sunday.