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Sharing visions for A&P tax


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Exercise: "Move with Balance," an exercise class geared toward seniors of all ages and abilities, will be held today and 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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Diana Langley

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Ricky Quattlebaum

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Larry Neal Travis

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Betty Lou Harris

Betty Lou Harris Betty Lou Harris, age 80, of Searcy died. . .

George Michael Goodwin

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Sharing visions for A&P tax


Sha Johnsonsjohnson@thedailycitizen.comSearcy City Councilmen Mike Chalenburg and Chris Howell, Brandon Williams and Mica Boykin (from left), along with Brandon Fox (not pictured) make up the rest of those appointed to the A&P Commission. During the first meeting, the commission discussed visions and introduced themselves to each other.

By Sha Johnson sjohnson@thedailycitizen.com
Taking the city's parks to "the next level," increasing revenue in Searcy and adding more attractions were some of the visions presented Monday at the first meeting of the newly appointed A&P Commission.
The appointee

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Redemption


Bruce Guthrie sports@thedailycitizen.comRose Bud softball players celebrate after beating Genoa Central for the 3A state softball championship. The Lady Ramblers won for the second time in four straight title game appearances.

By Bruce Guthrie sports@thedailycitizen.com
For the second time in four years, the Rose Bud Lady Ramblers are the 3A state softball champions redeeming a heartbreaking loss in the title game in 2018.
"It feels good," Rose Bud head coach Scotty Starkey said. "It fee. . . more »

Steve Brawner: No 'I feel your pain' answer from Cotton

We don't do politics like we used to. Exhibit A would be President Donald Trump and his trade policies. Exhibit B would be Arkansas' junior senator. Trump won the presidency as a Republican despite counteracting some long-held Republican beliefs, par. . .

Asa Hutchinson: ADEQ rewards for environmental efforts

This week, I'd like to highlight the work of some companies that are finding innovative ways to conduct their business and to protect the environment at the same time. This is timely because this week the Department of Environmental Quality handed ou. . .