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    Arkansas Walmart to melt class ring bearing Confederate flag
    Elaine Glidewell ordered a class ring through a Fort Smith, Arkansas, Walmart for her nephew, but when she went to pick it up, store representatives refused to give it to her, even though she had already paid for it, Fox News reported Saturday....
  • Tyler Wilson
    Tyler Wilson might be exiting the NFL after being 4th round pick in 2013
    Quarterback Tyler Wilson is giving himself until August to pursue his football dreams. If no one is ready to hire him, Wilson has expressed that he will move on.As reported on Saturday, Wilson was drafted by the Oakland Raiders in the fourth round...
  • Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson
    New Arkansas gun law allows restricted concealed carry into municipal parks
    Effective July22, 2015, Arkansas concealed carry permit holders will be able to take their firearms into municipal park property. But there’s a catch; their handguns must remain in their vehicles, and be stored and locked concealed, if left...
  • Confederate flag supporters don't love USA enough to put flag away
    For confederate flag wavers love for country isn't stronger than pride
    For some reason, the more embarrassing among us in Arkansas gathered in certain spots around the state for confederate flag rallies this 4th of July weekend. Rallies like this throw the middle finger up at the gunfire massacre of nine people by...
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    Charlie Daniels Band plays Magic Springs Fourth of July
    The Magic Springs Summer Concert Series continues this weekend with the group that brought us the song, "In America," in 1980. The Charlie Daniels Band will play the Timberwood Amphitheater at Magic Springs in Hot Springs, Arkansas,...
  • Walk in the park pays off big for Colorado woman who found 8.2 carat diamond
    Walk in the park pays off big for Colorado woman who found 8.2 carat diamond
    Proving it pays to visit our country’s parks, a Colorado woman found an 8.52 carat diamond on June 24, 2015 after just 20 minutes searching the Crater of Diamonds State Park in Arkansas. The news was all over the television and Internet last...
  • Teen pregnancy rates in Arkansas almost double the national average
    Women's studies curricula would reduce high teen pregnancy rate in Arkansas
    Arkansas' teen pregnancy rate, 43.5 out 1000 births to teens, is almost twice as high as the national teen pregnancy rate (26.5 per 1000). There is a piece of well-intended legislation meant to educate Arkansas college students on unplanned...
  • Western Rattlesnake
    Six venomous snakes of Arkansas with downloadable guide
    Learn the six venomous snakes of Arkansas and download a free Arkansas Snake Guide. Also see the free data sheetEncountering Native Snakes in Arkansas.Six of the 36 types of snakes found in Arkansas are poisonous. All snakes should be left alone...
  • Huckabee political adviser helping the Duggars
    Huckabee political adviser is handling the Duggar PR crisis
    The proof is everywhere, it pays to have friends in high places. The infamous Duggar family is having some trouble staying on the positive side of headlines lately. But there’s no need to worry Duggar fans; the family’s current PR...
  • Aside from the courage to perform, do you have the academic background?
    Can you be an artist and a Razorback too?
    I’ve met students interested in the arts who are understandably unsure how to begin their lives and careers as artists in Razorback nation. Some future artists express fears of becoming a broke, starving artists.The truth is most working...
  • Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee, (R), says that he is a Republican so that he will not be poor.
    Mike Huckabee is a Republican so he will not be poor
    While admitting that some people may think that as a Republican he grew up rich, former Arkansas Governor Rick Huckabee, (R), says that he is a Republican so that he will not have to be poor all of his life waiting for government bailouts to save...
  • Leon Russell in Conway, Arkansas
    Leon Russell shines at Toad Suck Daze
    Toad Suck Daze in Conway, Arkansas kicked off on Friday, May 1, 2015 with Leon Russell as the headliner. Russell and his band took the stage about 9:15, after a wild performance by Jason D. Williams, on a perfect night for an outdoor show. They...
  • Popular family sagas in literature
    Popular family sagas in literature
    Family sagas have always been popular in literature. These novels strike a special emotional chord with readers; examining complex familial relationships, following characters as they grow and experience various phases of life. By the end of these...
  • Kick your boots off and put up your feet after a day of riding.
    Kick your boots off and put up your feet after a day of riding.
    There are a lot of great roads in Arkansas to ride and plenty of scenic routes. One can take leisurely rides or drag pegs all day around the curves. In either case you will need a good place to rest and get some "shut eye" before the...
  • Iced tea kidney failure Umbar Ghaffar
    Iced tea kidney failure: Dr. Umbar Ghaffar ties iced tea habit to renal failure
    Iced tea causing kidney failure? Dr. Umbar Ghaffar treated a fellow who drank a LOT of iced tea. So much so that the unidentified Arkansas man went into kidney failure. Too much of a good thing? At more than four liters of iced tea each day... Yes...
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