Jack Pearadin and Doug Nelsen found a 1.73-carat diamond after nearly a year of searching the park's field.
Since 2002, the Drug Policy Education Group of Fayetteville has been donating drug-policy books and other materials to more than 50 libraries across the state. Books include titles such as "An Analytic Assessment of U.S. Drug Policy" and "Cannabis in Medical Practice: A Legal, Historical, & Pharmacological Overview of the Therapeutic Use of Marijuana."
This year DPEG measured retention rates of the donated material at libraries across the state.
Retained 100 percent
≥ Henderson State University at Arkadelphia
≥ The University of Arkansas at Fayetteville
≥ The University of Arkansas at Fort Smith
≥ South Arkansas University at Magnolia
≥ North Arkansas Community College at Harrison
≥ Lyon College at Batesville
≥ Forrest City Public Library
Retained LESS THAN HALF
≥ White River Regional Library at Batesville
≥ The Texarkana Public Library
≥ The Saline County Public Library at Benton
≥ The Fort Smith Public Library
≥ The Southeast Arkansas Regional Library at Monticello
≥ The Harding University Library at Searcy
≥ The Pope County Library at Russellville
≥ The Johnson County Library at Clarksville
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