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Gun show: A gun show will be held at the White County Fairgrounds, 802 Davis Drive in Searcy, on Sunday from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Admission is $7. For more information, call (918) 659-2201.
Food for Fines: The White County Regional Library System will offer "Food for Fine ... « more »

Fire station dedicated

Tara Thomas/tthomas@thedailycitizen.com
A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Friday for the new Fire Station No. 2 on Golf Course Drive. Searcy Fire Chief Andy Woody, pictured with Mayor David Morris, contrasted the 19,000-square foot facility with the former 5,000 square foot Station No. 2 built in 1974, thanking the community "for your investment and we pledge to be good stewards of the facility that you've provided us with."

By Tara Thomas tthomas@thedailycitizen.com
Searcy Fire Chief Andy Woody marked the contrasts between the city's former Fire Station No. 2 and the new station that was dedicated Friday with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
"The former Station 2 was built in 1974," Woody

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Winning Openers

Al Fowler / Special to the Daily Citizen
Harding Academy's Kadynn Harris fights inside during Harding Academy's 52-43 win over Perryville on Tuesday.

By Bruce Guthrie sports@thedailycitizen.com
Several area high school teams found success on Tuesday night. Harding Academy, Bald Knob, and Pangburn, as well as Beebe, were winners in girlsaction.
The Lady Wildcats got 20 points from Elaine Helpenstill in a 52-43 ov. . . more »

Challenges fit for pilgrims, pirates

Westside Elementary School students Alahna Smith and Dawson Knight learn how to operate a robot as part of a Thanksgiving STEM activity day Wednesday.

Steve Brawner: Democrats will attempt to conquer Hill

Voters in central Arkansas' 2nd District might, possibly, maybe experience something that doesn't happen that much in congressional races -- a real, contested campaign. That's because national Democrats are targeting that race to try to unseat the Republican congre . . . more »