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Preparing 'since October'

City to do salary analysis

Culvert being added on Country Club

Wall to receive musical makeover

'I'm not an adult'

Chief deputy to seek office


Assistance program: The Community Action Program for Central Arkansas Regular Winter Utility Assistance Program for gas and/or electricity is open. Applications will be taken Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 8:15-11 a.m. and 1:15-3:30 p.m. The office will be c ... « more »

Maxine H. Curd

Maxine H. Curd (90), ended her 18-month struggle peacefully at. . .

Charlotte Wrinkle

Charlotte Winkle, 72, of Fairfield Bay passed away Thursday,. . .

Anna Mae Rocka

Annie Mae Rocka, 94, of Searcy passed away Friday, Jan. 19 at. . .

Beatrice Davis Roth

Beatrice Davis Roth, 84, of Judsonia passed away Jan. 18, 2018,. . .

Helen Thrasher

Helen Thrasher, 77, of Judsonia died Thursday. Survivors:. . .

JoNell Townsend

JoNell Townsend, 89, of Rose Bud died Wednesday, Jan. 17, at. . .

Preparing 'since October'

By Tara Thomas tthomas@thedailycitizen.com
A Harding Academy 11-year-old who won the 39th annual White County Spelling Bee on Friday had been practicing "non-stop, since October," according to his father.
Sixth-grader Griffin Thomas held up his trophy for photogr

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Lady Badgers' play spoils Devil Dogs' newly dedicated floor

Michael Long / Special to the Daily Citizen
Beebe's Katie Turner orchestrated the Lady Badgers' overtime 51-49 win over Morrilton by scoring the game-winning jumper.

By Bruce Guthrie sports@thedailycitizen.com
MORRILTON -- Friday night was to be a festive night in Morrilton with the ribbon cutting of their new arena and the formal dedication of their playing floor to former coach John Widner. After those ceremonies, however, ba. . . more »

John Boozman: Tax reform helps Arkansas' family farmers

Agriculture is Arkansas' largest industry, adding around $16 billion to our economy annually and accounting for approximately one in every six jobs. We are the top rice-producing state in the nation, No. 2 in the nation in broiler chicken production . . .

Steve Brawner: After medical pot, Couch wants you to vote on legislative lines

The man who legalized medical marijuana in Arkansas has another one up his sleeve. David Couch, the attorney who sponsored the Arkansas Medical Marijuana Amendment in 2016, is working with potential backers on an initiative that would let voters crea. . .