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This image from WER Architects/Planners shows the proposed layout of a new Jacksonville high school that would be built on the site of the vacant Jacksonville Middle School and open as soon as 2019 if voters approve a property-tax increase in Tuesday’s election.

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This image from WER Architects/Planners shows the proposed layout of a new Jacksonville high school that would be built on the site of the vacant Jacksonville Middle School and open as soon as 2019 if voters approve a property-tax increase in Tuesday’s election.

premiumDistrict's plans on line in vote

Voters in the new Jacksonville/North Pulaski School District will decide on a 7.6-mill property-tax increase for school construction and expansion at a special election Tuesday. If approved, the money generated by the tax increase will go toward an $80 million building plan -- including a new high...

District's plans on line in vote

Voters in the new Jacksonville/North Pulaski School District will decide on a 7.6-mill property-tax increase for school construction and expansion at a special election Tuesday.

Light snow possible in parts of northern Arkansas

Forecasters say flurries may extended into the northernmost parts of Arkansas twice in the next few days, but neither event is expected to result in an accumulation of snow.

Perryville School District considers millage increase

The Perryville High School cafeteria was built in about 1960, and as far as the Arkansas Department of Education is concerned, “it’s down to zero life,” Superintendent Ron Wilson said.

Delta Visual Arts Show celebrates eighth year

Life in the Delta has provided inspiration for artists for years, and a popular art show highlighting these artists’ work is coming up later this month.

COMMUNITY EVENTS IN THE TRI-LAKES AREA

Feb. 7, 11-14 Cheaper by the Dozen BENTON — The Royal Players will present Cheaper by the Dozen at 2 p.m. today and Feb. 14, and at 7 p.m. Thursday through Saturday at The Royal Theatre, 111 S. Market St. Tickets are $10 for adults, $8 for seniors and $5 for students. For more information ...

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