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Former White Hall Mayor James “Jitters” Morgan died on Wednesday in Little Rock. He was 77. Morgan served as White Hall mayor from 1995 until his ...
Merrill reunion committee to meet - News Pine Bluff Commercial
The Merrill High School – All School Reunion Committee will meet at 11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 14, at RJ's Sports Grill and Bar, 128 S. Main St. Details: Rosie ...
Merrill High School Class of 1950 to hold 62nd reunion Pine Bluff Commercial
The Merrill High School Class of 1950 will hold its 62nd class reunion on Friday and Saturday at various locations throughout Pine Bluff.
PB pastor, moderator Battles earns honor for outstanding service Pine Bluff Commercial
The Pine Bluff Interested Citizens for Voter Registration Inc. recently honored the Rev. Larry C. Battles, DD, for his outstanding work and contributions to the ...
Raye Montague, the Navy’s ‘Hidden Figure’ Ship Designer, Dies at 83 New York Times
Despite facing racism and sexism, she became the first person to design a Navy ship using a computer program. She was recognized nationally only later in life.
Engineer Raye Montague, a 'hidden figure,' improved submarines Amsterdam News
With the recent passing of Raye Montague, another notable Black engineer and technician, a “hidden figure,” has emerged from the shadows of racism and ...
Raye Montague, a Navy ‘Hidden Figure’ ship designer, dies at 83 The Seattle Times
Montague was given one month to design a ship. She did it in 18 hours and 26 minutes.
Jean Edwards leaves lasting legacy in Delta Pine Bluff Commercial
At the age of 62, former State Senator Jean Edwards of Sherrill was sworn-in as a member of the Arkansas State Senate representing what was then District 8, ...
REX NELSON: The remarkable Roaf family Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Dr. Clifton Roaf was one of the most inspiring men I've ever met. I came to know Roaf, a Pine Bluff dentist who died last week, when I worked for Simmons Bank.
A Photographic Muse Beyond the Ruins New York Times
Not *content* to tell the typical tale of a down-and-out town, William Widmer allowed Pine Bluff, Ark., to change his photojournalism.
One the First African-Americans to Re-enter the Oklahoma Legislature, Curtis L. Lawson Dies at Age 72 PR Web (press release)
Tulsa, OK (PRWEB) May 01, 2008 -- Curtis Levern Lawson was born to Reverend Joe Lawson and Etta Perry Lawson on August 16, 1935 in Pine Bluff Arkansas ...
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