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Dance: The Heber Springs Folklore Society will hold a dance today and Friday and Saturday from 7-9:30 p.m. at 810 Wilburn Road in Heber Springs. All proceeds go toward the society that serves Cleburne and White counties.
Blood donation: Blood donations for the Amer ... « more »



Statue threat draws crowd


Tracy Whitaker/twhitaker@thedailycitizen.com
Timothy Counts (left) reviews a laminated copy of the Inaugural Address being explained by Billy Ray Riggs of Searcy on Friday evening during the demonstration at the Confederate statue in downtown Searcy.

BY TRACY WHITAKER
twhitaker@thedailycitizen.com
A threat made by a hacker group to tear down several Confederate statues, including one at the White County Courthouse, resulted in demonstrators gathering downtown in Searcy on Friday, but no physical confrontation

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Week 1 Done


Bruce Guthrie / sports@thedailycitizen.com
Harding finished up its first full week of work on the field on Saturday. They will do a team-building trip to the lake today to wrap up Week 1 of preseason workouts.

By Bruce Guthrie sports@thedailycitizen.com
In just 18 days, the Harding Bisons football team will open its season at home against the Henderson State Reddies.
It will be the first time the Bisons have played football since losing at Northwest Missouri in the NCAA. . . more »


Gathering for lunch on the lawn


Tracy Whitaker
/twhitaker@thedailycitzen.comHarding University students Abby Austin and Logan Webster chat on the front lawn during a luncheon cookout Thursday held during orientation for families of students moving into the dormitories to prepare for the start of fall classes.

Steve Brawner: Arkansas students have fast internet

It's not often a public policy problem can be completely checked off the to-do list. Last month, one was. That's when 100 percent of Arkansas' school districts reached broadband internet connections of 200 kilobits per second per student. That's twice the national . . . more »