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Popping in at pop-up shop

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Living Nativity: Searcy First Assembly of God, 101 S. Benton St., will host a drive-through Living Nativity today from 5:30-8:30 p.m. Admission is free.
Meeting: The White County Retired Teachers Association will meet Monday at noon at Country Kitchen in Kensett.
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James Franklin Myers

James Franklin Myers, resident of Searcy, Ark., formerly of. . .

Mary Ann Dabbs Youngblood

Mrs. Mary Ann Dabbs Youngblood, 77, of Searcy died Friday.. . .

Harry Gaffney Casson Jr.

Harry Gaffney Casson Jr., 95, known most of his life as H.G., of. . .

M. Carnell Beck

M. Carnell Beck, 91, of Jonesboro, formerly of Searcy, passed. . .

Robert 'Bob' Leonard Jr.

Robert "Bob" Leonard Jr., 66, of Searcy, formerly of Moreno. . .

Norma Burgin

Norma Burgin, 85, of Searcy passed away on Dec. 5, 2018. She was. . .

Popping in at pop-up shop


Sha Johnsonsjohnson@thedailycitizen.comCustomers peruse the vendors at the Women for Harding's second annual Christmas Pop-Up Shop. According to Heather Kemper, Harding University's event and project director for alumni and parent relations, the event raises money for scholarships that go to students in need. Kemper said the vendors for the pop-up shop were area small business owners. The one-day-only shopping event was held at the Student Center on campus.

Showing their Openers


Bruce Guthrie sports@thedailycitizen.comMyles Arnett and the Riverview Raiders got ahead of Bald Knob early and defeated the Bulldogs 76-66 in their home conference opener.

By Bruce Guthrie sports@thedailycitizen.com
In the spirit of the Red River rivalry, Bald Knob and Riverview held their conference openers at the RAC on Tuesday night.
It did not disappoint as Riverview held off a Bald Knob rally to beat the Bulldogs 76-66.
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John Boozman: Why NATO as important as ever

When the Second World War came to an end, the uneasy alliance between Western powers and the Soviet Union quickly dissolved into acrimony and tension. While European nations struggled to rebuild from the devastation, they were forced to grapple with . . .

Steve Brawner: Instead of gaining five yards, Congress takes a knee

No, adopting a two-year budget cycle wasn't going to restore fiscal sanity in Washington, much less make a dent in the $21.85 trillion national debt (your equal share as of 9:24 a.m. Tuesday: $66,389.76). But as Rep. Steve Womack, R-Ark., told me, w. . .