Congratulations to Dan Sherrell, new Harrison mayor

Nov 25th, 2014 | By
Dan Sherrell

The count is in, unofficial until it is certified next Monday, but Jackson has congratulated Dan Sherrell on his win. The tally stands (without the few provisional votes) at Dan Sherrell — 1,188 and Jerry Jackson — 1,151. A close race for sure, but one we are happy to see the outcome of. Unlike Jackson,
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No Indictment for Officer Darren Brown

Nov 24th, 2014 | By
Wilson : Brown

The grand jurors ruled that “no probable cause exists” to indict Wilson on any of the five possible charges that they were asked to consider. He said that the jury was “presented with five indictments” ranging from “murder in the first degree to involuntary manslaughter.” They returned the only answer they could. Wilson was justified
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Voters Reject Anti-White Activist Mayor

Nov 5th, 2014 | By
No Crockett

Harrison, Arkansas Mayor Jeff “Carpetbagger” Crockett faced a double indignity on election day as he came in a distant third in the city Mayoral election, while the ballot initiative he had spent much of the past year working towards and financing, to legalize alcohol sales throughout the state, (rather than leaving the issue up to
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Mayors Race, Jackson in lead, Sherrell 2nd, and Crockett bringing up the rear

Nov 4th, 2014 | By

HARRISON, Ark.- Results from early and absentee voting are in with Jerry Jackson in the lead in the Harrison Mayoral race with 1,085 votes, newcomer Dan Sherrell in second with 1,054 votes, and bringing up the rear is Jeff “Carpetbagging” Crockett with 793 votes. Due to the ballot counting machine malfunction, all votes are being
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Labor Day Weekend with the Knights Party

Sep 1st, 2014 | By
Knights Party 2014

Just outside Harrison AR, Thomas Robb held a 3 day 2014 National Knights Party Conference. Located on the 100 acre property of the Soldiers of the Cross Bible Camp, the activities were held in the White Christian Revival Center, just a short distance from the Knights Party headquarters. The event was also streamed live on
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Lets talk Sister Cities

Aug 21st, 2014 | By

The Harrison Task Force on Race Relations has announced a Sister City project with one in Ghana, but plans to have a delegation from Ghana visit Harrison has been postponed due to the Ebola outbreak. The Task Force made the following announcement: The upcoming visit of a delegation of leaders from Ghana sponsored by Sisters
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Rioting, looting, and burning, all for a thug.

Aug 14th, 2014 | By

So here we go again, another Trayvon case. A brilliant, gentle giant gunned down by police in cold blood. Really? Somehow it doesn’t make sense. In the wake of a local editorial in the Harrison Daily, an apparent hotbed of leftist propaganda, that urged everyone to be calm and wait for the truth to come
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Hope for the Task Force?

Jul 24th, 2014 | By
Charles Moore

Strength of conviction. Something the Harrison Task Force on Race Relations seems to be struggling with lately. From the criminal supporters to the recent shake up in the power structure, the task farce seemingly lacks direction. One man, feeling guilty for the racial crimes committed in his town over 100 yrs ago, (sound familiar?) decided
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Harrison Mayor Disrespectful of 4th of July, Veterans?

Jul 5th, 2014 | By
Patriotic salute

Anti-White Harrison, Arkansas Mayor Jeff “Carpetbagger” Crockett was conspicuously absent from the July 4th celebratory activities downtown in Harrison at the Boone County courthouse on the Independence Day holiday, but that didn’t stop hundreds of local residents from coming out in beautiful weather to cheer on their favorites in the annual turtle race event, watch
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Happy Independence Day

Jul 4th, 2014 | By

Please have a safe holiday, and enjoy the festivities in the local area today. We are printing the text of the Declaration Of Independence below, in the hopes you will take the time to read it, and reflect on what it means. IN CONGRESS, July 4, 1776. The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States
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