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Searcy woman missing

Lewd act at park leads to arrest

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Judsonia switching to heavy-gauge kennel

School's still out at pre-k addition

'Saturation' planned for campaign


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Meeting: The La Leche League of Searcy will meet today at 7 p.m. The group meets the third Tuesday of the month to aid mothers in breastfeeding. All interested women are welcome. For more information, call (501) 268-7623.
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Norma Thompson

Norma Thompson, 89, went home to be with her heavenly Father on. . .

Leon Stipes

Leon Stipes Leon Stipes, 64, of Mountain Pine, Ark., died July. . .

Ronald Joseph Searcy

Ronald Joseph Searcy Ronald Joseph Searcy, 83, went to be with. . .

Lou Ella Evans

Lou Ella Evans, 92, died Sunday, Aug. 18, 2019, at the Beebe. . .

Margie Ann Childress

Margie Ann Childress Margie Ann Childress, age 70, of Searcy. . .

Mary Elizabeth Hudson

The world is a less interesting place as of August 15, 2019 when. . .

School's still out at pre-k addition


The project, costing $500,000 to $600,000 for district, according to Superintendent Dean Stanley, is being paid for with building funds the school has saved over the past few years and will double the preschool's capacity from 40 students to being able to house 80. "I like the look of the building; I think it's going to look really nice," Stanley said.

Greater Vision


File PhotoFormer Riverview head football coach Mike McCain has found a greater calling after stepping away from coaching football.

By Fred Conley Special to the Daily Citizen
When Riverview head football coach Mike McCain stepped down from that position at the end of the 2018 season, due to health-related reasons, he did so with a greater vision ahead of him.
A vision much greater than his own. . . more »

Steve Brawner: What happens when Texas becomes a purple state?

Arkansas is now dominated by Republicans, so the outcomes of most of next year's elections aren't in doubt here. Our neighbor, Texas -- that's where things are getting interesting. Texas, formerly one of the country's reddest states, is turning a sha. . .

Asa Hutchinson: It's time for a change

As we continue to mourn the tragic loss of life in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, it appears that the suspect in the Texas attack is a white nationalist who hates immigrants. He traveled more than 600 miles to a border town, where the majority of . . .