Jacksonville residents fighting for a new school district continue their legal battle. Now they want a federal appeals court to step in. US District Judge William Wilson has rejected a request by some Jacksonville residents to stay his order to halt an election on creating a new school district. Wilson says the move would interfere with long-running desegregation efforts in Pulaski County, North Little Rock and Little Rock school districts. Wilsons order stopped the September 16th election. Yesterday, the group filed a notice of appeal with the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals. State legislator Will Bond of Jacksonville says the group will exhaust all efforts in hope of still holding an election.