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For those who’ve given their time, talents and support to the Arts and Science Center for Southeast Arkansas, a special winter night was set aside to recognize their efforts. Among those recognized were a few 'Good Eggs' (left-right) Lisa Lenox, Anne Robinson, Peggy McLemore, Husny Dahlan, Inis Ray and Debe Hollingsworth.
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Talks to preserve Redfield’s past seen as positive move


REDFIELD - Mayor Tony Lawhon told a group of community residents last week he hopes to obtain grant money to widen River Road from two to three lanes and install sidewalks on both sides of the city streets leading to the elementary and junior high schools.

He also recommended the city “start over” on plans to build a new city hall and community center, adding a vision to develop a brand for the Jefferson County municipality: “Redfield - where the South begins.”
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Pitch made for economic tax

REDFIELD - Charles River Laboratories Inc. would not have closed its 87,000-square-foot lab here in 2009 if Jefferson County had had access to economic development monies, Redfield residents were told last week. The closure cost 120 employees their jobs.

Charles River Laboratories of Wilmington, Mass., closed and mothballed the lab during a consolidation of its laboratories, Chuck Morgan, president and chief executive officer of Pine Bluff National Bank, and chairman of the Vote for Jobs organization, told Redfield residents meeting at the city’s F.P Baugh Park.
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Comets take Dogs 64-58

WHITE HALL - It only made sense that in a game that featured 52 free throws, it would come down to them between White Hall and Little Rock Mills.

Locked in a single-possession game for most of the contest, Mills converted 5 of 6 free throws in the final minute while the Bulldogs failed to score in their final three possessions, and the Comets won 64-58 Tuesday.
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Dogs fall short

JACKSONVILLE - Without its best low-post presence, White Hall couldn’t keep up with North Pulaski.

Even a full group of guards didn’t keep the Falcons from filling it up.
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