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Road closed: The White County Road Department will be replacing culverts on West Country Club from Arkansas Highway 13 to Bluebird Lane from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. today. The public is encouraged to take an alternative route. For more information, call (501) 279-6200.
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Linda Kay (Campbell) Vaughn

Linda Kay (Campbell) Vaughn, 72, of Russell passed away. . .

Rita Pearl (Harrison) Rogers

Rita Pearl (Harrison) Rogers, age 79, of Searcy passed away. . .

Lorene Barnett

Lorene Barnett, age 94, of Searcy entered into eternal rest on. . .

Bobbie Rose Jones

Bobbie Rose Jones, 72, of Kensett passed away peacefully on Jan.. . .

Maxine H. Curd

Maxine H. Curd (90), ended her 18-month struggle peacefully at. . .

Charlotte Wrinkle

Charlotte Winkle, 72, of Fairfield Bay passed away Thursday,. . .

Construction causing congestion


Tracy Whitaker/twhitaker@thedailcitizen.com
After weather delays, millage work resumed on Beebe-Capps Expressway on Monday with an eastbound lane closed for part of the day around its intersection with Main Street, causing delays in traffic. The Arkansas Department of Transportation is preparing the intersection, as well as other sections of Beebe-Capps, to be overlaid.

Lady Badgers' play spoils Devil Dogs' newly dedicated floor


Michael Long / Special to the Daily Citizen
Beebe's Katie Turner orchestrated the Lady Badgers' overtime 51-49 win over Morrilton by scoring the game-winning jumper.

By Bruce Guthrie sports@thedailycitizen.com
MORRILTON -- Friday night was to be a festive night in Morrilton with the ribbon cutting of their new arena and the formal dedication of their playing floor to former coach John Widner. After those ceremonies, however, ba. . . more »

Jeremy Gillam: New method aids students

With several schools across the state closing their doors for severe weather recently, you may have been hearing about something called alternative methods of instruction or AMI. The Legislature has passed a few laws in recent years giving schools m. . .

John Boozman: Tax reform helps Arkansas' family farmers

Agriculture is Arkansas' largest industry, adding around $16 billion to our economy annually and accounting for approximately one in every six jobs. We are the top rice-producing state in the nation, No. 2 in the nation in broiler chicken production . . .