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Judsonia switching to heavy-gauge kennel

By Ally Randolph arandolph@thedailycitizen.com
Dogs chewing up the fence and pushing their way out of Judsonia's dog kennel led city officials to decide last week to purchase a new heavy-gauge kennel as a preventative.
Mayor . . .

Rick Harper

By Ally Randolph arandolph@thedailycitizen.com
Since beginning his work with Health Talents International, Searcy resident Rick Harper has seen a young child who dreamed of wearing scrubs from the age of 3 years old become a . . .

Lewd act at park leads to arrest

By Greg Geary newsroom1@thedailycitizen.com
A 32-year-old Searcy man was arrested Monday morning after reportedly being seen by law enforcement exposing himself, as well as performing a lewd act, in Berryhill Park.
Robert Lamont . . .

Searcy woman missing

UPDATE Samantha Jo Pinner has been found and is safe, according to the Searcy Police Department.
By Greg Geary
A 30-year-old Searcy woman was reported missing Monday after being last seen dropping her children off at schoo . . .

Tax deduction letter sent 'same morning'

By Sha Johnson Special to The Daily Citizen
An Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration employee said the agency the Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration provided information on a sales tax revenue deduction . . .

City officials frustrated by lack of information from DFA

By Greg Geary newsroom1@thedailycitizen.com
There is little the city can do to find out what company is causing Searcy to absorb a $504,000 tax revenue deduction over the next several months, City Attorney Buck Gibson told the . . .

Riverview participating in at-risk student program

By Adam Chapman Special to The Daily Citizen
A partnership with ARcare is providing the Riverview School District with programs and strategies to assist at-risk students at the district's elementary schools in Judsonia and . . .

'Saturation' planned for campaign

By Greg Geary newsroom1@thedailycitizen.com
The Searcy Police Department's participation in the national "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over" campaign for the Labor Day holiday began Friday.
The department is partnering with the U.S. . . .

School's still out at pre-k addition

The project, costing $500,000 to $600,000 for district, according to Superintendent Dean Stanley, is being paid for with building funds the school has saved over the past few years and will double the preschool's capacity from 40 students to being able to house 80. "I like the look of the building; I think it's going to look really nice," Stanley said.