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Extra votes don't change outcomes

Powell chooses bench trial

Saying farewell to tax collector

Expanding pre-K being planned

Horsing around for Hope Cottage

Judge recuses from Dillin trial


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Meeting: Friends of Pioneer Village will meet at First Community Bank, 800 East Beebe-Capps Expressway in Searcy, today at 2 p.m. For more information, call (501) 580-6633.
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Donna Rae (Swendsen) Jackson

Donna Rae (Swendsen) Jackson went home to be with her Lord, at. . .

Sonja McCauley

Sonja McCauley went to be with the Lord on Nov. 14, 2018, just. . .

Lonnie Dewayne Howard

Lonnie Dewayne Howard, 66, of Judsonia died Thursday. Survivors:. . .

Lillie Mae Collier Erwin

Lillie Mae Collier Erwin died Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2018, in. . .

Cleveland Timbs

Cleveland Timbs Cleveland Timbs, 69, of Bald Knob died Nov. 13,. . .

Teddy Verl Stone

Teddy Verl Stone Teddy Verl Stone, 76, of Judsonia died Tuesday,. . .

STEM-ulating experiences


Jeff Lewisjlewis@thedailycitizen.comWestside Elementary School second-graders tour the Galapagos Islands using virtual reality goggles. The activity was part of a STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) focus Wednesday.

Game Won


Bruce Guthrie sports@thedailycitizen.comKim Sitzman's debut as Searcy Lady Lions' coach ended with a 56-50 win. Alexis Broadway led the way for Searcy with 30 points.

By Bruce Guthrie sports@thedailycitizen.com
When Searcy girls' head basketball coach Kim Sitzman woke up Tuesday morning, she had the expected nerves that come with a coaching debut.
"It doesn't compare," Sitzman said if what she went through was similar to any of . . . more »

Asa Hutchinson: Computer science enrollment grows, tops 8,000 students

Arkansas has become a national leader in computer science education, and the increase in this year's enrollment numbers suggest we'll remain at the front of the pack. The number of students enrolled in computer science classes for the 2018-2019 schoo. . .

Outsiders again can't overcome obstacles 

Many voters say they want an outsider alternative to Republicans and Democrats, but in the ballot box they reliably select one of the two insiders. Such was again the case this election cycle. Take, for example, Arkansas' Libertarians. The party cont. . .