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Revival: Calvary Baptist Church, 1508 W. Center Ave., will hold revival services today at 7 p.m. Bro. C.W. Blood will be the evangelist.
Revival: Foothills Church of Christ, 95 Central Ave. in Searcy, will host a revival today at 7 p.m. Guest speaker is Ty Rhymes ... « more »

Jones executed

By Tracy Whitaker twhitaker@thedailycitizen.com
Jack Harold Jones Jr. was pronounced dead at 7:20 p.m. Monday night after a lethal injection at the Cummins prison death chamber.
It took 14 minutes for Jones, 52, to stop breathing. A room full of witnesses watched s

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Walk-off Winner

Bruce Guthrie / sports@thedailycitizen.com
Garrett Price (center) is mobbed by teammates after his ground ball drove in Will Wilkins, who scored the winning run from second base in Searcy's 7-6 win in eight innings over Vilonia on Thursday.

By Bruce Guthrie sports@thedailycitizen.com
All Garrett Price wanted to do was drive in his teammate. Though he won't get official credit for it, the ground ball off his bat in the bottom of the eigth that consumed Vilonia's second baseman allowed Will WIlkins to s. . . more »

Surgeons operate at Searcy High

Jamie Williams/jwilliams@thedailycitizen.com
Josh Sullivan with MidSouth Orthopedics shows 10th-grader Kristin Walker how to operate arthroscopy tools used in surgery. Searcy High School science class students had the opportunity to witness Unity Health Orthopaedic Surgeon Justin Franz M.D. perform a knee reconstruction. He demonstrated the steps taken to reconstruct the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) and damage to the meniscus on a cadaver appendage in the Performing Arts Center on Monday. Franz was brought in by MidSouth Orthopedics of Little Rock, which represents Arthrex Surgical Products. MidSouth strives to educate students through training and live demonstrations in schools all over the state of Arkansas in addition to serving hospitals.

Asa Hutchinson: River offers much recreation

We have endured the early mornings and late nights of the 91st legislative session, which is enough to require some rest and recreation out of town. And with a special session looming in May, the Buffalo River getaway the first lady and I have planned is looking ev . . . more »