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Option given for lift station

37 arrests include 4 from county

Family Day at Farmers' Market

Rose Bud receives grant on third try to build clinic

Judsonia man sentenced to 20 years

J.D. Clutter


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Library programs: Programs will be held today at the Rose Bud Public Library, 548A Arkansas Highway 5 in Rose Bud, at 10 a.m. and the Goff Public Library, 323 N. Elm St in Beebe, at 1 p.m. for school-age children.
Exercise: "Move with Balance," an exercise class ge ... « more »


Elwanda S. Taylor

Elwanda S. Taylor, 87, of Searcy went to be with the Lord,. . .

Kenneth Dallas Johnson

Kenneth Dallas Johnson, 80, of Bald Knob died Thursday.. . .

Charles Edward 'Chuck' Fowler Sr.

Charles Edward "Chuck" Fowler Sr., 59, of Bradford died. . .

Shirley Ann Hays King

Concluding a life of faith and love, Shirley Ann Hays King left. . .

Brander Mavrick Smith

Brander Mavrick Smith, 14, of Rose Bud, Arkansas went to be with. . .

Charles Dwight Smith Sr.

Charles Dwight Smith, Sr., 82, of Searcy, died Friday, June 14,. . .

Family Day at Farmers' Market


The farmers' market is open Saturdays on the east side of the square from 8 a.m.-noon or until sold out and Tuesdays from 3-6 p.m.

Could the Riverview School District find themselves in trouble?


Submitted PhotoRiverview head girls' basketball coach Ryan Smith won his termination hearing in front of the Riverview School Board on Thursday with a stipulation of a year's probation. Smith won back-to-back state championships in 2015 and 2016 including an unbeaten 38-0 record.

By Bruce Guthrie sports@thedailycitizen.com
When I walked into the termination hearing for Riverview girls' head basketball coach Ryan Smith, I figured his chances to retain his job were zero at best.
When I heard there were 14 counts that they were bringing again. . . more »

John Boozman: Creating regulatory certainty for farmers, landowners  

Arkansas agricultural producers feed and clothe the world. They need certainty and predictability in order to successfully operate their businesses, but too often federal regulations place unnecessary burdens on the industry. What our state's farmers. . .

Steve Brawner: How ocean trash became Greta the Great White Shark

Angela Haseltine Pozzi's aha moment came when she was walking along her beloved southern Oregon beach and saw a "mosaic of plastic" -- pieces so small she realized they were turning into sand. "I always felt that the ocean was something that would n. . .