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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Harrison FD giving away more smoke detectors

Apr 21st, 2015 | By
smoke detector

After a donation by the Arkansas Fire Prevention Commission last year, the fire department received 100 smoke detectors which it installed for those who could not afford one. Harrison FD reapplied this year and they have received another 100 to give to local residents. For more information on how to receive a free smoke detector
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Worlds Oldest Woman Dies aged 116

Apr 7th, 2015 | By
Gertrude Weaver

116 year old Gertrude Weaver, Camden Arkansas, died Monday from complications of pneumonia. Born in 1898, reflect on everything she has seen in her life. Married at age 17, she has lived most of her life in Arkansas.

It’s that time of year

Mar 22nd, 2015 | By
Branson Dixie Outfitters

March 21st has been the day that is promoted as “The White Mans March” as well as for displays of support, and locally that was no exception. Harrison and Branson areas received some attention in the form of banner displays, and even a truck with the message “Diversity is a codeword for #Whitegenocide”. Thumbs up,
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Murder / Suicide in Harrison

Feb 25th, 2015 | By
diversity kills

The bodies of Daniel Jacob Peebles, 26, and Haley Elizabeth Brown, 21, were found around 5:30 Tuesday evening by a parent of the child Brown was caring for. That infant and Brown’s 2 month old infant son were found unharmed in a home on Floyd Lee Road. One more statistic in the wake of nationwide
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Jan 24th, 2015 | By

The Harrison, Arkansas area Diversity Council, sorry, I meant Task Force on Race Relations, most recent project involves using minors, some without the consent or knowledge of their parents, as virtual ‘child soldiers’ in an internet campaign against majority interests. The #IamHarrison campaign, wherein Harrison Public School employees, including Goblins Offensive Coordinator, Adam DePriest, use
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Someone’s had their Bell rung it appears

Jan 21st, 2015 | By

Republican Arkansas State Representative Nate Bell, acting contrary to the wishes and interests of the majority of his constituency, has sponsored a bill which would remove Robert E. Lee’s birthday as a state holiday. Bell’s proposal would strip the Confederate General, consistently recognized by historians and experts on both sides of the Civil War issue
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