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Ruffles And Rust Expo

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Guns-On-Campus Law Under Fire


Lawmakers are engaged in another gunfight at the State Capitol again after the Arkansas Senate approved new efforts to overhaul a newly-enacted concealed carry law that the National Rifle Association says it now “adamantly opposes.”

Boozman Telephone Town Hall Tonight

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Arkansas U-S Senator John Boozman is hosting another telephone town hall from his Washington, D.C. office tonight.

These events are live, interactive meetings conducted over the telephone providing an excellent way for Arkansans around the state to share their thoughts on the issues being debating in the Senate.

Damascus Responds To Speed-Trap Claims


Statistics used by the Arkansas State Police and cited in a prosecutor’s ruling that the town of Damascus runs a speed trap were inaccurate, the city attorney said in a response released yesterday.

Say Hello To Chase & Tracker


The Conway Police Department has added two new officers to the force.

16-month old K9 Chase and 14-month old K9 Tracker.  The two dogs replace Chewie, who retired after seven years of service and Dax, who retired after eight years of service.

Day Of Giving Campaign Breaks Records


The University of Central Arkansas raised $41,504.80 from 1,154 donors during its third annual UCA Day of Giving campaign on Thursday, March 16 marking a third consecutive year increase in money raised.

Enhanced Guns On Campus Bill Now Law


Governor Asa Hutchinson, supported by a phalanx of lawmakers and a representative from the National Rifle Association, signed controversial legislation into law on Wednesday that would allow concealed carry permit-holders with enhanced training to carry firearms on college campuses and at an expanded list of public places.

Executions Accelerated Before Drug Expires


LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) – After nearly a dozen years without an execution, Arkansas is racing to put eight men to death next month over a 10-day period.

The unprecedented timetable is made necessary because one of the three ingredients in the lethal injection will soon expire.

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