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Cleanup: Beebe will hold a spring cleanup today, Saturday and Monday and Wednesday at the dump, 207 W. Idaho. Hours are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Cost is free to Beebe residents. No curbside pickup. No paint, shingles, tires or batteries accepted.
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Police seeking male in suspected homicide

Saturday at approximately 3 p.m., Searcy Police responded to a mobile park off the 800 block of East Moore Avenue to do a welfare check on a male. Upon arrival, officers located a deceased white male with an apparent gunshot wound. During the course of the investig

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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 »

Art donated to new fire station

Tracy Whitaker/twhitaker@thedailycitizen.com
Firefighter Jake Green admires art donated by Searcy High School intended to decorate Fire Station No. 2 after it is built; although in the meantime, the art will be displayed at Searcy Fire Department Central Station. Recent Searcy High School graduate Devin Hoofman chats with Firefighter A.J. Coblentz after she was presented with the 2017 Governor's Young Artist Competition Winner award for a painting she's donated to the Searcy Fire Department. Other art students donated painting as well, and the fire department encourages the public to come by Central Station to check out the contributions.

Steve Brawner: Tax cuts: First answer how

Your state taxes were cut by $100 million in 2015 and about half that much this year. In 2019, Gov. Asa Hutchinson and state legislators intend to cut them again. But with state budgets growing tighter, "How?" is a more important question than "How much?" To answe . . . more »