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Father accused of shooting son

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Pool numbers 'welcome surprise'

Beebe schools to map more students' progress


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Library programs: Programs will be held today at the Goff Public Library, 323 N. Elm St in Beebe, at 10 a.m. and the El Paso Public Library, 1607 Ridge Road in El Paso, at 1 p.m.
Roads closed: The White County Road Department will be replacing culverts on Fairview ... « more »


Trudy Ann Noble

Trudy Ann Noble 56, of Heber Springs, passed away June 20, 2019.. . .

Mary Jane (Caldwell) Wright

Mary Jane (Caldwell) Wright of Bell, Calif., went to be with the. . .

Doug Whitener

Doug Whitener, 56, of Ward went to his Heavenly home June 20,. . .

Gilbert Richard Lay

Gilbert Richard Lay, 90, of Searcy died Wednesday, June 19,. . .

Dale Alan Ely

Dale Alan Ely Dale Alan Ely, 72, of Searcy passed away on June. . .

Jewel B. Spurlock

Jewel B. Spurlock Jewel B. Spurlock, 81, of Judsonia died June. . .

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Ally Randolpharandolph@thedailycitizen.comWork continues for a drainage project in the Cloverdale subdivision Monday with Park Avenue reduced to one-lane traffic. According to Searcy City Engineer Mark Lane, crews will be adding pipe from the ditch to the Cloverdale area, as well as replacing the ditch to attain good improvement in flow, enlarging inlets and filling in the ditch, which will help with stagnant water.

One Final Swing


Richard Sharp Special to the Daily CitizenJoley Mitchell hit two more home runs as a high school player on Friday. She now sets her sights to her career at Notre Dame.

By Richard Sharp Special to the Daily Citizen
CONWAY -- Rose Bud phenom and University of Notre Dame signee Joley Mitchell has proven time and again that she possesses the skills and mindset necessary to compete at the highest levels the sport of softball has to of. . . more »

Steve Brawner: With that big hog farm, it was time to fold 'em

If you're a red-blooded Arkansan, you know what words follow these: "You've got to know when to hold 'em, know when to …" In "The Gambler," it's "fold 'em." In politics and the legal environment, it sometimes is "settle," as I'm sure Gov. Asa Hutc. . .

John Boozman: Summer getaways are right in Arkansas

From guided hikes to kayak outings, there are more than 50,000 family friendly programs available at our Arkansas state parks. If you are still looking for a summer getaway, consider the options in our own backyard. In 1996, Arkansas voters passed a . . .