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Book sale continues at library

Behind bars for false confessions

Time for car show to 'Shine' for school

'Left high and dry' when water shut off

Rose Bud seeking projects for grant


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Friday, Sept. 20
Charity bingo: The Bald Knob VFW will hold charity bingo today at 1189 U.S. Highway 167 in Velvet Ridge from 6-10 p.m. Minimum packet is $20.
Distribution: CAPCA will hold a commodity distributio ... « more »


Darrek England

Darrek England Darrek England, 54, died Wednesday. Survivors:. . .

Robert D. Fisher

Dr. Robert D. Fisher Dr. Robert "Bob" aka "The Fish" D. Fisher,. . .

Donna Kay Hicks

Donna Kay Hicks Donna Kay Hicks, 74, of Sevierville, Tenn.,. . .

Mildred (Millie) June Ferren Henderson

Mildred (Millie) June Ferren Henderson Mildred (Millie) June. . .

Donna Kay Hicks

Donna Kay Hicks, Donna Kay Hicks, 74, of Sevierville, Tenn.,. . .

Charles Thomas Burton Sr.

Charles Thomas Burton Sr. Charles Thomas Burton Sr., 81, of. . .

Book sale continues at library


Ally Randolpharandolph@thedailycitizen.comThe White County Public Library Friends Foundation Book Sale will continue at the Searcy Public Library's meeting room until Sept. 28. For $1 a paperback and $2 a hardback, visitors can find a new read while supporting the library.

Stop ... Drop ... Roll


Michael Long Special to the Daily CitizenSearcy's Demacio Whittier wrestles Sheridan quarterback Hunter Tucker to the ground in Searcy's 39-7 win on Friday night.

By Bruce Guthrie sports@thedailycitizen.com
SHERIDAN -- Although the Yellowjackets got a pick-six early Friday, it was Searcy's defense that kept the Yellowjackets' offense in check in the Lions' 39-7 win at Sheridan.
"Our defense played outstanding," Lions' head c. . . more »

Steve Brawner: Helping kids in crisis immerse into adulthood

Eric and Kara Gilmore's lives changed when they watched Meagan ride off in a Greyhound bus the day after her 18th birthday. She was exiting the foster care system with one bag of clothes, one night's worth of bipolar meds and a one-way bus ticket to . . .

John Boozman: Creating a talent pipeline for Arkansas's Workforce

The effort to develop a skilled workforce continues to build momentum in all corners of Arkansas. This statewide endeavor to promote workforce development and career and technical training programs is a priority. It is part of the key to a prosperous. . .