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No record of unauthorized asbestos tests

Warehouse bids to be considered

Expelled for 'threatening video'

Emergency rates increased

Only courts in moving plan

Abandoned house used to 'cook dope' catches on fire


Exercise: "Move with Balance," an exercise class geared toward seniors of all ages and abilities, will be held today and Friday at the John E. Lightle Center, 2200 E. Moore Ave. in Searcy, at 10:15 a.m. The class is held each week on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
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Othal Ray Roberson

Othal Ray Roberson Othal Ray Roberson, 74, died Monday.. . .

Nan Dyer

Nan Dyer Nan Dyer, 79, of Griffithville, formerly of Fort Smith,. . .

Thomas McDaniel

Thomas McDaniel Thomas McDaniel, 97, of Searcy, Ark., passed. . .

Mildred (Millie) June Ferren Henderson

Mildred (Millie) June Ferren Henderson, 86, went to be with her. . .

Robert Scott Fuller

Robert Scott Fuller, 83, passed away, peacefully and. . .

Pascal English

Pascal English Pascal English, 78, of Searcy, Ark., passed away. . .

Facing truth about rape not easy

"Take no part in the unfruitful works of darkness, but instead expose them."
-- Ephesians 5:11
The details were painful to read. They made us uncomfortable. And they should.
A Bald Knob man was convicted Tuesday of viciously attacking his

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Stop ... Drop ... Roll

Michael Long Special to the Daily CitizenSearcy's Demacio Whittier wrestles Sheridan quarterback Hunter Tucker to the ground in Searcy's 39-7 win on Friday night.

By Bruce Guthrie sports@thedailycitizen.com
SHERIDAN -- Although the Yellowjackets got a pick-six early Friday, it was Searcy's defense that kept the Yellowjackets' offense in check in the Lions' 39-7 win at Sheridan.
"Our defense played outstanding," Lions' head c. . . more »

John Boozman: Creating a talent pipeline for Arkansas's Workforce

The effort to develop a skilled workforce continues to build momentum in all corners of Arkansas. This statewide endeavor to promote workforce development and career and technical training programs is a priority. It is part of the key to a prosperous. . .

Steve Brawner: Why one ex-con is ‘proud of the man that I have become’

Less than a year ago, Terrance Knowlton was in a Wrightsville prison for dealing drugs. Now, he says, "I'm proud of the man that I have become today." How did he get from there to here? Partly thanks to Shorter College. Knowlton, 30, made bad choices. . .