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Bringing net into play


Tracy Whitaker/twhitaker@thedailycitizen.com

Searcy Parks and Recreation Department employees work Wednesday to erect a new play structure near the Searcy Event Center and the skate park. The structure, the Hyparnet, is being built with a 50/50 Arkansas Parks and Toursim grant, which the city has applied for and received for more than 10 years. This giant net climbing structure, scheduled to be completed in about a month, is geared toward middle-school-aged and older kids. Eventually, other peices of equipment will be added to attract smaller children.

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Paragould gets walk-off win over Searcy


Mike McKinney / Special to the Daily Citizen

Searcy's Kyle Burton is out at second base in Tuesday's American Legion baseball game at Paragould. Searcy lost both games of Tuesday night's road doubleheader.

By Bruce Guthrie sports@thedailycitizen.com
PARAGOULD -- For a single game, the Searcy American Legion squad had chances to win, but a few missed opportunities caused them to fall short in a 4-3 loss to Paragould Glen Sain on . . .


Bringing net into play


Tracy Whitaker/twhitaker@thedailycitizen.com

Searcy Parks and Recreation Department employees work Wednesday to erect a new play structure near the Searcy Event Center and the skate park. The structure, the Hyparnet, is being built with a 50/50 Arkansas Parks and Toursim grant, which the city has applied for and received for more than 10 years. This giant net climbing structure, scheduled to be completed in about a month, is geared toward middle-school-aged and older kids. Eventually, other peices of equipment will be added to attract smaller children.






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