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'Big fanfare' planned

Road closure to last 2 days

Searcy man charged with rape

Two charged in pizza delivery robbery

Bradford police request raise

Two victims, 46 years


Lecture: Cynthia Able with UAMS Institute on Aging will speak to area senior centers about "Tips For A Healthy Brain." Able will speak Tuesday at the Garner Senior Center at 11 a.m. and March 22 at the Griffithville Senior Center at 10 a.m. For information, call (5 ... « more »

Darol Wayne Graham

Darol Wayne Graham, 67, of Higginson died Wednesday, March 14,. . .

Providing access to care

Tara Thomas / tthomas@thedailycitizen.com
Several area agencies that serve in the health industry gathered to showcase their services to the community at a health and wellness fair at the Carmichael Community Center on Thursday. The event was hosted by White River Area Agency on Aging. "I was aware that in White County, they didn't have one [a health and wellness fair] and we wanted to get information out to the public about all the different providers and services," WRAAA Regional Manager Blaine Kalb said.

Getting It In

Bruce Guthrie / sports@thedailycitizen.com
Harding Academy hosted a one-day classic round robin tournament at Harding University on Saturday featuring Atkins, Flippin and Rose Bud.

By Bruce Guthrie sports@thedailycitizen.com
With spring break looming for most schools, baseball and softball teams are clamouring for game reps.
With that in mind, Harding Academy decided to host what was tabbed as the First Ever and Only Harding Academy Softball. . . more »

Steve Brawner: Will the red tide flood Arkansas' county races?

The most compelling races in Arkansas this November won't be the big ones -- governor, Congress, etc. Republicans probably are going to win all of them, and most of them easily. Instead, the county races may be the ones most worth watching. That's be. . .

Jeremy Gillam: Laws passed during special session

Over the course of the last week, the House officially adjourned the fiscal session, elected the speaker-designate, convened for a special session and sent more than a dozen bills to the governor's desk. On Monday, shortly after adjourning the 2018 . . .