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Tabletop exercise allows for emergency preplanning

Making fair progress on pens

County in 'good shape' to take loss, judge says

2nd attorney added by Beebe

Pangburn to save nearly $80,000 by refunding bond

Hiring freeze response to revenue rebate


Revival: New Horizons Church, 404 Eastline Road in Searcy, will hold revival services today at 10 a.m. and Monday through Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. The speaker will be Dale Everett. For more information, call (501) 388-0708.
Meeting: The Board of Directors of Newhope ... « more »

Mary Earline Eakins

Mary Earlene Eakins Mary Earlene Eakins, age 87 of Searcy,. . .

Austin Lane Adams

Austin Lane Adams Austin Lane Adams, 24, of Bald Knob died. . .

Linda Jean (Grooms) Henstley

Linda Jean (Grooms) Henstley Linda Jean (Grooms) Henstley, 81,. . .

Orville Edward Huckabee

Orville Edward Huckabee Orville Edward Huckabee, 80, of McCrory. . .

Jack Huskey

Jack Huskey Jack Huskey, 48, of Big Spring, formerly of. . .

Christal Ann Latham

Christal Ann Latham Christal Ann Latham, 42, of Searcy passed. . .

Making fair progress on pens

Students from White County Central, Searcy, Beebe, Rose Bud and Riverview have all pitched in with the work so far, according to White County Fair board member Alan Quattlebaum. "We're doing everything we can to make it one of the biggest and best fairs in the state of Arkansas," Quattlebaum said.

Greater Vision

File PhotoFormer Riverview head football coach Mike McCain has found a greater calling after stepping away from coaching football.

By Fred Conley Special to the Daily Citizen
When Riverview head football coach Mike McCain stepped down from that position at the end of the 2018 season, due to health-related reasons, he did so with a greater vision ahead of him.
A vision much greater than his own. . . more »

John Boozman: Connecting with Arkansas classrooms

Students across the state are back in class for the 2019-20 school year. As administrators, teachers and pupils begin diving into new lesson plans and formulating goals and objectives to work toward this year, we are all excited for what the future h. . .

Steve Brawner: Arkansas gets say for president. Worth it?

This year, legislators permanently moved Arkansas' presidential primary elections to March, and the state starting seeing last week the maybe-or-not-worth-it results: visits by two mid-tier Democratic presidential candidates. Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobu. . .