Bald Knob Police Chief making up laws, or just misinterpreting them?

Aug 19th, 2015 | By
Chief Knob

On 05/04/15 Richard Chambless was charged with Disorderly conduct and Carrying a weapon in Bald Knob. In the United States, unless something is specifically illegal, it is considered to be legal. Under Act 746, Richards carrying of a firearm is legal, however he was arrested, and during his interrogation many things were brought to light,
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Local Pastor and Klan Leader Requests Memorial Relocation

Aug 13th, 2015 | By
Nathan Bedford Forrest

Pastor Thomas Robb announced Wednesday that he would be requesting the transfer of the Nathan Bedford Forrest Monument at Health Sciences Park to his care to be placed at the Christian Revival Center at Harrison, Arkansas. Pastor Robb, also noted that while the remains of Forrest and his wife will be moved to their original
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Hogs Kick Harrison PD’s Bacon

Jul 24th, 2015 | By
Final Score

The fundraiser game between Razorbacks Alumni and the Harrison Police officers began a few minutes after 7PM tonight. Sponsored by the Harrison Fraternal Order of Police, proceeds will go toward the “Cops and Kids” program, which provides toys and clothes for children at Christmas. The Extreme Cheer Squad entertained at halftime, and there was a
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One more sign

Jul 13th, 2015 | By
Diversity is a codeword for #whitegenocide

One more sign near Harrison, at the Hwy 65/62/412 junction.

League of the South Rally in Harrison

Jul 4th, 2015 | By
League of the South

A League of the South rally in Harrison today garnered 70-80 people, displaying Battle Flags and Southern Nationalist flags, along with signs in support of Christian marriage. Hundreds of people driving by honked, waved and shouted in support of the League, with many pulling in to thank supporters. 4 homosexual supporters displayed rainbow and coexist
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4th of July has officially begun: Turtle Races on the Square

Jul 4th, 2015 | By
2015 Turtle Races, Harrison Arkansas

To the accompaniment of music, the 2015 Turtle Races began with registration at 8:30 and racing beginning at 9AM. This kicks off a day of celebration, ending with Fire In The Sky at 9:30PM at the Soccer Complex. The following are the scheduled activities for the day: ON THE SQUARE McDonalds Childrens Parade 10:30AM Daughters
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The Great Flag Controversy

Jun 25th, 2015 | By
Confederate Battle Flag

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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Less militant look for an Arkansas Sheriffs department

Jun 11th, 2015 | By
Logan County Sheriff

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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Arkansas Open Carry / Act 746 Update

Jun 3rd, 2015 | By
Open Carry

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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Random Acts of Kindness

May 27th, 2015 | By
Bear State Bank 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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