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'Close to 10,000' turn out

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Fundraiser: Members from the Searcy Police Department, Searcy Fire Department, White County Sheriff's Office, Arkansas State Police and Northstar EMS will be waiting tables at the Rock House today from 5-9 p.m. collecting donations for Special Olympics Arkansas.
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Burl Thomas Butler

Burl Thomas Butler Burl Thomas Butler, 36, of Searcy, died March. . .

Larry Ellinger

Larry Ellinger, 78, of Beebe, passed away March 20, 2019 at his. . .

Benjamin "Ben" Kelley, Sr.

Benjamin "Ben" Kelley Sr., 30, of Letona, died March 23.. . .

Burley E. Scissell

Burley E. Scissell Burley E. Scissell, 90, passed away March 21,. . .

Viola Jane DeFoure

BALD KNOB -- Viola Jane DeFoure, born Oct. 7, 1920, passed away. . .

Lena Ruth Story Pearson

Lena Ruth Story Pearson was born to John W. and Ella Mathes. . .

'Close to 10,000' turn out


"Small Business Revolution -- Main Street" co-hosts Ty Pennington and Amanda Brinkman were quickly surrounded after exiting the stage during Friday's announcement of the six businesses taking part in the $500,000 in makeovers. The co-hosts of the Hulu-based series appeased the crowd by participating in photos and giving away hugs.

Swing Kings


Bruce Guthrie sports@thedailycitizen.comTanner Leonard's two-RBI hit in the fourth was enough to put Beebe away in a 14-6 win in the Mayflower Invitational on Thursday. The Lions got their third win of the season pounding out 18 hits against the Badgers.

By Bruce Guthrie sports@thedailycitizen.com
MAYFLOWER -- A pair of productive innings is all the Searcy Lions needed in their opener of the Mayflower Invitational on Thursday.
Tied 2-2 in the third, Ckyler Tengler's RBI single drove in two runs. The Lions got four . . . more »

Steve Brawner: Legislature nears the finish line, and then ”

The legislative session at the Arkansas Capitol heads for the finish line. What's left? Mostly spending your tax dollars and finalizing the constitutional amendments you'll consider in 2020. In the next few weeks, lawmakers will divvy up state fundin. . .

Asa Hutchinson: Minimum wage in Arkansas

In the election last fall, the voters of Arkansas approved an increase in the state's minimum wage. It will rise to $11 an hour by January 2021. Some nonprofit organizations, small businesses and others are concerned that a mandatory increase in wage. . .