Pine Bluff native Shelia Griffin Brown is principal of one of the nation’s top high schools honored recently by Newsweek’s Daily Beast.
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A housing workshop is scheduled for 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 21, at the Dermott City Hall in Dermott.
The Pine Bluff School Board will meet Tuesday, Oct. 21, in the administrative center boardroom, 512 S. Pine St.
TOPPS Inc. will celebrate its annual Lights On Afterschool program with a harvest fest from 3:30 to 6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 23, at TOPPS Big Rec, 1000 Townsend Park Drive.
Niakia Jane Burket, a student at Watson Chapel High School, has been named to the National Society of High School Scholars.
Former U.S. President and Arkansas Gov. Bill Clinton told a large crowd at the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff on Sunday that anyone who does not vote is casting a vote against their own interests.
Republican candidate Buddy Fisher and Democratic candidate Camille Bennett are vying for the Arkansas House of Representatives District 14 seat, with each having plans for economic growth.
The race for Jefferson Township constable features Republican incumbent Scott Dunn and Democratic challenger Roy Huff.
The contest for justice of the peace in District 12 pits a veteran member of the Quorum Court against the former Jefferson County judge, who is trying to return to the political arena after an eight-year absence.
Republican Bruce Westerman, Democrat James Lee Wit and Libertarian Ken Hamilton are all vying for the 4th Congressional District seat.