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Lecture: ASU-Beebe will host Cara Brookins, author of "Rise: How a House Built a Family," today at 7 p.m. at the Searcy High School Performing Arts Center. Brookins will discuss the book, a memoir about escaping domestic violence with her four children and building ... « more »



Permit petition dropped


The Daily Citizen
No hearing was held Monday in Pulaski County Circuit Court on a motion to stay a decision to grant a Searcy restaurant a private club permit because the petitioner has dropped his request.
The motion to dismiss was filed Friday by Searcy attorney

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Slight Skid


Bruce Guthrie / sports@thedailycitizen.com
Raeven Seymore had 11 kills, seven blocks and three aces in Beebe's loss at home against Mountain Home on Tuesday.

By Bruce Guthrie sports@thedailycitizen.com
After winning the first four games of the Audra Higgins era, the Beebe Lady Badgers have dropped two straight.
Both of those matches have come in five sets and both were against Mountain Home on Tuesday and at Vilonia a w. . . 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.

Steve Brawner: How to be fearless on fourth down

After the Arkansas Razorbacks' field goal kicker -- a college kid, let's please remember -- missed two chip shot field goals against TCU recently, Coach Bret Bielema said, "We'll go for it every time, or we have to find a new kicker." If the first option is the cas . . . more »