Serious money is being offered in the case of police abuse of an innocent man in Walnut Ridge.
A familiar case is back in the news this week and it involves a former Walnut Ridge city official who has since got a new job.
Nancy Hall wanted the city council to overturn the election results but she dropped the matter at a most curious moment.
Jordan Cooksey is officially the chief of police in Walnut Ridge.
Voters in Lawrence County made their choices Tuesday night in several important races.
The Book Fair will be open to everyone during regular library hours, which are Tuesday through Thursday 8am – 11:30pm, Friday from 8am – 4pm, and 10:00am – 4:00pm on Saturday, Nov. 3, which is WBU Homecoming.
Beatles at the Ridge is this weekend! Get ready to enjoy all the sights and sounds of the local festival in Lawrence County.
The John Lennon Forever Stamp, to be released Sept. 7th, will be available to purchase onsite at the Beatles at the Ridge Music Festival on September 14 and 15 in downtown Walnut Ridge, and a special postmark commemorating the festival will also be available.
“When he gets done, he goes and belly ups at the bar at the pizza place. And he ain’t just drinking two. I assure you when he’s leaving, he’s had enough to be drunk. But do you think they’re going to pull him over? No.”
Another lawsuit related to the WRPD railroad worker debacle has been filed.