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Anderson throws for 467, but Lions drop 4th straight - Pine Bluff Commercial
GRAMBLING, La. — A 10-point deficit at halftime didn’t seem all that bad for Arkansas-Pine Bluff. Then again, the Golden Lions gave up three big passing plays for touchdowns and had a fumble returned for the other. But when Grambling State scored three ...
PB Musical Coterie to begin 2014-2015 season - Pine Bluff Commercial
The Pine Bluff Musical Coterie will begin its 2014-2015 season at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 21 with a potluck supper at Summit Church, 901 Ridgway Road. Following the business meeting and district report, a program will be held. Anyone interested in musical ...
SEC unveils 2015 football schedules - Pine Bluff Commercial
FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas is still trying to navigate through the 2014 season. But the Razorbacks now know what the road will like in 2015. The Southeastern Conference unveiled the 2015 football schedules for each of its 14 programs Tuesday. The opponents ...
PBHS Class of 1947 to meet for lunch - Pine Bluff Commercial
Pine Bluff High School Class of 1947 will meet for lunch at noon Thursday, Oct. 16 in the Red Room at Harbor Oaks Restaurant in Pine Bluff/Jefferson County Regional Park. Other classes are invited to attend.
Junior High Roundup: Sylvan Hills 36, White Hall 20 - Pine Bluff Commercial
WHITE HALL — Ollie Reddick had nine carries for 114 yards with two touchdowns, but it was not enough as the Bears defeated the Bulldogs (1-4-1) on Thursday night at Bulldog Stadium. Reddick scored on a 40-yard run with 2:21 left in the second to give ...
Work to cause lane closure on Highway 138 in Drew County - Pine Bluff Commercial
Improvements to Highway 138 will require lane closures in Drew County starting Oct. 20, according to the Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department. The closures will be Monday, Oct. 20 through Thursday, Oct. 23, between 7 a.m. and 4 p.m ...
2007 Rutledge email draws criticism - Pine Bluff Commercial
LITTLE ROCK — An email sent by Republican attorney general candidate Leslie Rutledge while she was a state Department of Human Services employee in 2007 was criticized as racist Thursday by the state Democratic Party after it surfaced on a liberal blog.
Jefferson County added more than 4,000 new voters this year - Pine Bluff Commercial
Jefferson County added 4,310 registered voters through Monday, Oct. 6, the deadline for people to register in time to cast ballots in the general election on Nov. 4. Registered voters may use early voting from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 20, through 8 ...
PB school board approves principal’s salary adjustment by nearly $20,000 - Pine Bluff Commercial
The Pine Bluff School Board voted to grant two years retroactive pay to Pine Bluff High School Principal Michael Nellums and to add a stipend to his current contract, making his salary nearly $100,000. Action on the salary matter was taken at a special ...