Harrison Arkansas
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The Great Flag Controversy

It never ends. The Confederate Battle Flag, so recognizable, so revered, so hated, all for different reasons. The recent controversy regarding this symbol of Southern pride and heritage, and symbolizing the stand against an overreaching and overbearing government, has reached a new level. Walmart, Target, Ebay, Sears, and other major retailers, along with toy companies,
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Logan County Sheriff Less militant look for an Arkansas Sheriffs department

With the move of so many law enforcement agencies becoming more militant in appearance, one Arkansas Sheriffs Dept is returning to a more approachable, “Officer Friendly” look. Sheriff Boyd Hicks of the Logan County Sheriffs office has made the change to jeans or khakis paired with a white oxford shirt for daytime, and a black
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Open Carry Arkansas Open Carry / Act 746 Update

Republican Lt. Gov. Tim Griffin and Attorney General Leslie Rutledge have gone on record to say they believe current law in Arkansas allows people to carry handguns openly. On June 2nd, Griffin’s office confirmed that statement. Several County Sheriffs, including Benton County Sheriff Kelley Cradduck have said they will not arrest those simply exercising their
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Bear State Bank Random Acts Of Kindness Random Acts of Kindness

What a great local community Harrison has. During the last few days, Bear State Bank (a merging of First Federal Bank, First National Bank and Heritage Bank) have been giving back to the community with what they call “Random Acts of Kindness”. Employees were seen providing gas for customers at a local gas station yesterday,
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Brown Tsunami Floods Harrison

Reader Submitted Article Were they here for the “Footloose” musical performance at the Lyric theater? Did the Mayor personally invite them to one of his parties? For whatever reason, ten busloads of predominantly black teenagers from southern and eastern quarters of the state ascended into Harrison like the smoke from a thousand necklacing tire fires
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$3000 Reward?

Ken Reeves, appointed Commissioner of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission last year by Gov. Beebe, and who is also listed as Vice President and General Counsel, FedEx Freight East on Fedex Legal Team, has upped the reward by $1000 for the arrest and conviction of the person responsible for the act of distributing literature.
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Three reasons you should avoid the movie ‘Noah’

Leading Christians who are faithful to God’s biblical account of the story of the flood are giving grave warnings regarding Hollywood’s worldly offering of “Noah.” Ken Ham writes an eye-opening forewarning that “there is barely a hint of biblical fidelity in this film. It is an unbiblical, pagan film from its start.” You can read
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Anti-hate group blamed for inspiring Family Research Council gun attack dumped by FBI

The Southern Poverty Law Center, which has labeled several Washington, D.C.-based family organizations as “hate groups” for favoring traditional marriage, has been dumped as a “resource” on the FBI’s Hate Crime Web page, a significant rejection of the influential legal group. The Web page scrubbing, which also included eliminating the Anti-Defamation League, was not announced
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Task Force Poor turnout Task Force event to show support for Fire and Police has dismal turnout

The Task Force event at Minnie Harris Park to show support for local Police and Fire depts, along with Mayor Jeff Crockett’s proclamation of March 15th as “Love Your Neighbor” Day, showed a dismal turnout. While every resident in Harrison Arkansas supports our Police and Fire depts, supporting a politically motivated agenda may have hampered
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