We all like to think that we can do as we please with our property so long as we don’t break the law and we do it on our property. There is an element of truth to this, but it is not always the case. Arkansas allows neighbors to sue one another if one’s conduct unreasonably interferes with the use and enjoyment of his neighbor’s land. In other words, if one neighbor’s conduct disturbs the peace, quiet and enjoyment of another person’s nearby property, the offending neighbor can be sued.
We think many people are experiencing some of the stages of grief in this country: denial, anger, bargaining, depression... These are usually applied to one’s own impending death or that of a loved one, but could also be applied to any devastating loss. Or maybe we are simply having trouble coping with the twin headline-grabbing situations that never seem to end.
Oregon may have well just given up on its drug users. Oregon has become the first state in the nation to decriminalize small amounts of meth and opioids. What would be a felony charge in Arkansas for methamphetamine possession is now comparable to a traffic ticket in Oregon. There, they can either pay $100.00 or be screened for substance abuse counselors.
Well, Thanksgiving 2020 is now a memory whether you had a wonderful day or just another ordinary 24 hours.
Danny and Dawn Curtis always wanted a large family. They already had two sons when they saw a photo album of Arkansas children in foster care waiting to be adopted. They fell in love with the picture of a young girl and learned that she had three brothers. After much discussion and prayer, they adopted the sibling group and turned their family of four into a family of eight.