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Grayson defeats Calhoun

Doing Their Civic Duty

Miller, Edwards set for runoff

Absconder arrested

Final round of filings for most cities

3 charged with attempted murder


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Museum: The Pangburn Museum on Searcy Street will be open 1-3 p.m. today. There is a display of Pangburn's history with photographs, letters and various artifacts from the early 20th century. No admission charge. For more information, call (501) 728-3513.
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Ruby Etta Holleman Carter

Ruby Etta Holleman Carter It was a cold wet, stormy Dec. 17,. . .

Mildred Ruth Manis

Mildred Ruth Manis, 103 years and seven months, passed away May. . .

Patricia Ann Bowden

Patricia Ann Bowden, 56, of Searcy, died Sunday, May 20, 2018.. . .

Teresa Darline Long

Teresa Darline Long, 64, died May 20, 2018 at her home in. . .

Beverly Odell Irwin Chandler

Beverly Odell Irwin Chandler, age 71, passed away Thursday, May. . .

Charlotte Campbell Haynes

Charlotte Campbell Haynes, 66 of Judsonia, died May 17, 2018.. . .

A gym full of activities


Tara Thomas/tthomas@thedailycitizen.com
McRae Elementary School students played and worked hard when they participated in the school's Track and Field Day last week in the school's gymnasium. The event is an element of students' physical education.

Wildcats grind through, pull out 2nd straight state title


Jeff Montgomery / www.jeffmontgomeryphotography.com
Harding Academy got the go-ahead run in the seventh inning and held on to win its second straight 3A state baseball championship at Baum Stadium on the campus of the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville.

By Bruce Guthrie sports@thedailycitizen.com
FAYETTEVILLE -- It wasn't Dalton Koch's best performance on the mound, but Friday's start might have been his gutsiest.
The senior pitcher threw six innings allowing three earned runs on three hits, and scored the winnin. . . more »

John Boozman: Arkansas small businesses are worth celebrating

During a recent in-state work period -- a feature of the Congressional calendar designed to give members of Congress the ability to devote time to being in their home states and districts -- I had the opportunity to travel around south and southwest . . .

Steve Brawner: Better ways to elect, or select, judges?

Let's say you were on trial for a murder you didn't commit. Your fate would be decided by average Arkansans. Which process would you prefer? A) A small group of focused people from all walks of life would hear both sides of the case through an order. . .