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The Shout Heard 'Round the World?

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Exercise: "Move with Balance," an exercise class geared toward seniors of all ages and abilities, will be held Friday at the John E. Lightle Center, 2200 E. Moore Ave. in Searcy, at 10:15 a.m. The class is held each week on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
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Alice Louise Joyner

Alice Louise Joyner Alice Louise Joyner, age 94, of Searcy died. . .

Fayetta C. Murray

Fayetta C. Murray, age 94, died on Jan. 8, 2019. Born on July. . .

Curtis McKinley Goad

Curtis McKinley Goad of Bradford, Ark., passed away Saturday.. . .

Diane DeBusk

Diane DeBusk Diane DeBusk, age 64, of Rose Bud, Ark., passed. . .

Ada Jean Searfoss

Ada Jean Searfoss Ada Jean Searfoss, 78 of Judsonia passed away. . .

The Shout Heard 'Round the World?


The crowd gathered at the communitywide pep rally shows its enthusiasm for Searcy being in contention to win the competition to appear on the eight-episode series broadcast by Hulu. Searcy was announced as one of the top 10 in December, while the top five will be selected after the producers complete site visits to each of the cities. A winner will be selected in February through a public vote, with six businesses then selected to take part in a $500,000 makeover.

Riverview wins with final run


Bruce Guthrie sports@thedailycitizen.comMakayla Baker's 17 points proved key along with Baylee Davis' 11 points to help the Lady Raiders beat Bald Knob 75-65 on the road Friday night. Abbi Jiles was her consistent self with 30 points.

By Bruce Guthrie sports@thedailycitizen.com
BALD KNOB -- When the Riverview got a second chance, the didn't let it slip from them.
The Lady Raiders watched a 19-point lead dissipate in the third quarter, but the built a 10-point lead to open the fourth and hung on . . . more »

Steve Brawner: Capitol corruption determined by culture

Sen. Jim Hendren, R-Sulphur Springs, spent his 10-minute address Monday talking about one issue: legislative corruption. The Air Force colonel and ex-F-15 fighter pilot made his remarks on the opening day of the 2019 legislative session after being s. . .

John Boozman: Dear Senator: Answers about the partial government shutdown

I'm disappointed that differences in funding priorities has resulted in a partial government shutdown. Republicans and Democrats must come to the table to find a solution so we can end this partial shutdown and allow all federal agencies to provide t. . .