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Passing through with purpose

Commons area among projects going 'well'

Landscaping responsibility disputed

Ready to set resentencing date

Seeking full-time position

Dan Dawson


Meeting: The White County Regional Library System Board of Trustees will meet today at 5 p.m. at the Ewing P. Pyeatt Building in Searcy.
Library programs: The following programs will be held today -- Baldwin-Kittler Memorial Library, 612 Van Buren St. in Judsonia, ... « more »

Evelyn George Allen

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Madibee Jane Hollingshead Spradlin

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Jimmie Dale Sterling

Jimmie Dale Sterling Jimmie Dale Sterling, 68, of Judsonia died. . .

Leslie Joeh'ann (Talley) Wolfe

Leslie Joeh'ann Leslie Joeh'ann (Talley) Wolfe, 41, of Pangburn. . .

Carlon Eugene Southerland

Carlon Eugene Southerland Carlon Eugene Southerland, 81, went to. . .

Elvin Revelle Hicks Jr.

Elvin Revelle Hicks Jr. Elvin Revelle Hicks Jr., 77, of Judsonia. . .

Passing through with purpose

Senior Starters

Bruce Guthrie / sports@thedailycitizen.com
Davis Morgan is one of two senior returning quarterbacks. He and Griffin Miller will be just two that will return under center for their respective teams in 2018.

By Bruce Guthrie sports@thedailycitizen.com
All teams going into a brand new season have questions they must answer in order to be successful.
Harding Academy and Riverview have the luxury of starting quarterback not being one of those questions.
The Wildcats will . . . more »

John Boozman: Implementing reforms at VA requires strong leadership

The Senate Committee on Veterans' Affairs continues passing bills to create more efficient programs to serve the needs of our veterans. Since last year, 16 of those bills have been signed into law, including measures improving access to health care, . . .

Steve Brawner: In an imperfect world, should teachers be armed?

Let's start with the question that gets people interested: Should teachers be armed? But before continuing, let's go over some important but less controversial background information. On July 3, the 18-member Arkansas School Safety Commission appoin. . .