Monthly Archives: March 2012

Horses, burros available for adoption for $125 each Friday

An adoption event will be held this week in Searcy for residents who wish to take home horses and burros that have been rescued by the Bureau of Land Management, the AP reports. The bureau says it took in the … Continue reading

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Breaking News: Body of missing Ark. boy found, family says

The family of a 4-year-old boy who had been missing since he traveled with his aunt to a cleanup day at an Arkansas Boy Scout camp says search crews have found his body, the Associated Press reports. Caleb Linn went … Continue reading

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March for Trayvon Martin today in Texarkana

A march will be held this week in Texarkana in honor of the Florida teenager who was shot and killed by a neighborhood watch captain, reports the Associated Press. The Greater Texarkana and Miller County branches of the NAACP are … Continue reading

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Stephens man missing

The Arkansas State Police have released a Silver Alert for Grady Arnold, a Stephens resident missing since 1:00 p.m. yesterday (March 21) from his home on Ouachita Road 2 east of Stephens. Arnold is a 77 year old black male, … Continue reading

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Can you help Dirk the Pit Bull?

Dirk, a 7-year old pit bull, was found at the beginning of the year on Ouachita County Road 44 by a Camden woman who rescues animals. When she found the dog, he looked like “fur on a skeleton,” she told … Continue reading

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Kids love dinosaurs (and science, too)

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Should your Facebook page be part of your estate?

As we post the following Associated Press story, we ask our readers, would you want your family to have full access to your Facebook account in the event of your death? Two states are now considering proposals that would give … Continue reading

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AP headlines reflect lots of inappropriate teacher-student relations . . .

In just the last few days, we’ve spotted tons of headlines in our Associated Press news feed about teachers arrested for, charged with or sentenced for having inappropriate relations (ranging from sexual activity to criminal activity) with their students. Read … Continue reading

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Louisiana officials sue Union County Circuit Clerk for $20,000

Louisiana officials have sued the Union County circuit clerk, claiming they were overcharged by more than $20,000 for photocopies of court documents, reports the AP. The lawsuit was filed earlier this month by the state and Attorney General Buddy Caldwell. … Continue reading

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“I hid the body . . . now what?”

The following Associated Press story just goes to prove that you shouldn’t do everything you see posted on Facebook. We spotted a reference to this particular prank on Facebook last week, but thought surely no one would actually try it … Continue reading

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