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Dallas officer fired for shooting

Enhancing the attraction

81/2 inches flood roads

Buck Layne

McRae man accused of stabbing dad with pocketknife

Sanctions not ruled out


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Lecture: Harding University's American Studies Institute will host Michael Cox, former Federal Reserve chief economist, for the first presentation of its 2018-19 Distinguished Lecture Series at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in Benson Auditorium. Admission is free and all event ... « more »


Margaret Ann Sheffield Gregersen

Margaret Ann Sheffield Gregersen passed away Sept. 23, 2018, in. . .

Jo Ann Green

Jo Ann Green, 77, of Searcy passed away on Friday, Sept. 21,. . .

Fannie Pauline "Polly" Grigsby

Fannie Pauline "Polly" Grigsby, 92, of Russell, died Thursday,. . .

Modean Huffman Bowerman

Modean Huffman Bowerman, 71, of Beebe, passed away Sept. 20,. . .

Alene Holden

Alene Holden was born May 10, 1923, at Joy, Ark., to William. . .

Joshua Grantham Dill

It is with great sadness, the family of Joshua Grantham Dill. . .

Enhancing the attraction


Melissa Block of Searcy walks down Art Alley on Monday looking at the various works of art that are part of the effort to beautify the alley.

Stepping Down


Greg Davis Special to the Daily CitizenRiverview announced that head football coach Mike McCain was stepping down from his coaching duties for the remainder of the season due to "health issues." The Raiders are off this week and will resume action Sept. 21 against CAC.

By Bruce Guthrie sports@thedailycitizen.com
In a statement released on Wednesday, the Riverview School District announced that head football coach Mike McCain will stepping away from his duties for "health issues."
"The Riverview School District supports this decis. . . more »

Steve Brawner: #BetterOffNow, but what about later?

There's been good news and bad news lately when it comes to the way Congress spends your money (and your children's and grandchildren's). Which do you want first? Let's start with the good news. Last Tuesday, the Senate sent to the House an $854 bil. . .

Asa Hutchinson: Arkansas' work, community

On June 1, Arkansas became the first state to implement a work requirement for able-bodied Medicaid recipients who are of working age with no dependents at home. The goal is to identify and provide worker training to those who need employment and to . . .