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Cassandra Feltrop

Three saved by rescue teams

K9 rescue group to keep Kensett shelter from going to dogs

Delighted about new roof

Renaissance men


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Recital: Craig Coulter will present a voice recital in the Reynolds Center Recital Hall at 7 p.m. today. Admission is free.
Meeting: The Sunshine School and White County Group Homes Board of Directors will meet today at 11:30 a.m. at the Sunshine School, 901 Airpor ... « more »


Rupert Mack Smith

Rupert "Mack" Smith Rupert "Mack" Smith, 71, of Garner passed. . .

Berta Lamona Higginbotham

Berta Lamona Higginbotham Berta Lamona Higginbotham, 82, of. . .

Jerry Calvin Harmon

Jerry Calvin Harmon Jerry Calvin Harmon, 77, of Searcy left this. . .

Bobby J. Shouse

Bobby J. Shouse, 89, of Searcy, Ark., passed away on the morning. . .

James Rand Turley

Sept. 14, 1933-April 5, 2019 James Rand Turley, loving husband. . .

Jerry Lynn Herman

Jerry Lynn Herman, 63, of Judsonia was born March 2, 1956, and. . .

Bear necessities


Ranger II Lowell Altom (right) answers questions from Christian Baker during the youth Earth Day program. There was also an adult program earlier in the afternoon. County Ranger Kenny Coley answered questions about the best places to plant and how rangers put out fires, and gave attendees the opportunity to take home a 1-year-old tree to plant from the red oak family.

Over the Bump


Bruce Guthrie sports@thedailycitizen.comRose Bud's doubleheader sweep of Mountain View on Tuesday clinched a conference championship for the Ramblers, the first one in head coach Taylor Cooper's tenure.

By Bruce Guthrie sports@thedailycitizen.com
For the first time in head coach Taylor Cooper's tenure, the Rose Bud Ramblers' baseball team can wear the crown of conference champion. They clinched after sweeping Mountain View on the road winning game two 18-7.
The R. . . more »

Steve Brawner: One solution: Make them legal, and make them pay for it

The head of the Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce hears often from employers who can't find workers, so here's his solution: Let those workers come from south of the border, make them pay for a work permit and use the money to enhance border securit. . .

Asa Hutchinson: Daisy Bates, Johnny Cash give Arkansas history a fresh face

After three months of hard work that produced historic and much-needed legislation, the 92nd General Assembly has adjourned. Together, we cut taxes. We raised teacher pay. We funded roads and highways, and we passed legislation that will bring more e. . .