Login NowClose 
Sign In to thedailycitizen.com           
Forgot Password
Close


e-Edition




Calendar

Blood donation: Blood donations for the American Red Cross will be taken at Rose Bud High School, 124 School Road, today from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. For any more information, visit redcrossblood.org.
Play: Center on the Square, 219 W. Arch Ave. in Searcy, will pres ... « more »



Swim center prices set


BY TRACY WHITAKER twhitaker@thedailycitizen.com
Prices have been set, staff is hired and the Searcy Swim Center is getting closer to opening, according to Mike Parsons, director of Searcy Parks and Recreation.
Once the point-of-sale credit card system is set up, po

. . . more »

Title Search


Jeff Montgomery / www.jeffmontgomeryphotography.com Harding Academy will look to come back from road loss to Heber Springs on Friday against Bald Knob, who is also looking for redemption on Friday after losing at home to Riverview.

By Bruce Guthrie sports@thedailycitizen.com
Week four is also known as conference week one in White County, but just because it is the first conference game, doesn't mean it's less important. The three teams in the 2-3A will begin jockeying for position in the leag. . . more »


Pouring an overpass


Tracy Whitaker/
twhitaker@thedailycitizen.comBeverly's Construction of Batesville, subcontracting for McGeorge Construction of Little Rock, pours concrete Friday on the Main Street overpass as part of a major step toward finishing the new Arkansas Highway 13 extension route designed to connect state highways 13, 267, 36 and 16 to U.S. Highway 67/167. Beverly's Construction workers Anthony Nerjil and Louis Ross work Friday morning to lay concrete on the Main Street overpass. One employee said this was a "ceremonious" part of the project due to be completed by spring 2018.

John Boozman: Never forgetting, never losing hope for our POWs/MIA

Few people understand the horrors of being held captive by our enemies. The courage of the men and women who have been victimized offer an inspiring example of the human will to survive. We recognize their bravery in September on National POW/MIA Recognition Day, b . . . more »