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A brighter day for energy production

In a recent filing with the Public Service Commission, Entergy Arkansas announced a deal to build an 81-megawatt photovoltaic solar energy generating facility near Stuttgart. This installation will be Arkansas’ first utility-scale solar energy plant. The project will employ 200-300 workers during construction. Entergy is to be congratulated for this progressive and forward-looking move.

Your voice matters

Pine Bluff is approximately 76 percent African American, but we own no banks, car dealerships, hotels, major grocery stores, etc. The silent majority in Pine Bluff, both black and white, clergy, educators, lawyers, doctors, business professionals and others, must pull together to save and build up this city.

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Grandmothers know best

Hillary Rodham Clinton has played many roles in her 67 years: first lady and Secretary of State, senator and presidential candidate. All those titles have one thing in common: They are intensely political and largely partisan.

Dinner and a show tune

Most folks have probably heard of the organization, ASCAP, but have no idea who they are or what they do aside from somehow being involved in the music industry. Today marks the 100 anniversary of the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers. ASCAP was founded as a means to ensure artists were fairly compensated for the public performance of their work. Among the founding members of ASCAP were the musical greats, Irving Berlin, James Weldon Johnson, Jerome Kern and John Philip Sousa.