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Revival: Country Valley Christian Church, 1916 Arkansas Highway 267 S. in Searcy, will hold revival services today through Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. Speaker is Brother Randy Morris. Music will be presented by Breaking Chains. For more information, call (501) 626-7265.
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Theft covered by insurance


BY TRACY WHITAKER twhitaker@thedailycitizen.com
An insurance claim to cover theft is in process that is expected to reimburse the Southeast White County Water Association for almost all of the more than $400,000 allegedly stolen by two former employees, according t

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Academic Honor


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The Harding Bisons men's basketball team accumulated a 3.17 GPA, earning it the National Association of Basketball Coaches 2016-17 Team Academic Excellence Award.

By Bruce Guthrie sports@thedailycitizen.com
The Harding Bisons basketball team received a national honor on Wednesday.
The National Association of Basketball Coaches gave the 2016-17 Bisons the Team Academic Excellence Award. The honor recognizes outstanding academ. . . more »


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Should the White County Quorum Court have a say in opposing or supporting private club permits?
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'Secret Garden' in Searcy


Jamie Williams/jwilliams@thedailycitizen.com
Young Mary Lennox, played by Brianna Foust, is welcomed to Yorkshire by her uncle's housekeeper Mrs. Medlock, played by Dorothy Hatfield, in Center on the Square's musical production of "The Secret Garden." The Center on the Square, at 219 W. Arch Ave., is set to perform the musical July 28-29 and Aug. 4-5 at 7:30 p.m. and Aug. 6 at 1:30 p.m. Ticket prices are $18 for the show only and $35 for a meal and the show. Senior citizen (55-plus), students, and military personnel receive a $1.50 discount. Tickets can be purchased at centeronthesquare.org or by phone at (501) 368-0111.

Jeremy Gillam: Rediscover fun of cycling

At one time, all bicycles were, really, "dirt bikes." In cycling's earliest days, wheelmen -- and women -- followed uneven gravel roads and rough paths to get from point "A" to point "B" and for the sheer joy of the ride. Today, many cyclists have rediscovered the . . . more »