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Bikers' benefit ride stops in Searcy

WISE Coalition returns with opioid mission

Beebe nurses become nationally certified

Another armed robbery

Land purchased probable site for fire station


VBS: Higginson First Baptist Church, 211 Walker Road in Higginson, will host Vacation Bible School on Sunday through Wednesday from 6-8 p.m. for children ages 4 through sixth grade. Pastor is Matt Corkran. Theme is "Roar: Life is wild. God is good."
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Roland Roberson

Roland Roberson, beloved father of four and husband for 63 years. . .

Merrell Walker

Merrell Walker Merrell Walker, age 67, of Searcy, Arkansas. . .

James 'Sam' Dillard

James "Sam" Dillard, 68, of Bald Knob passed away July 18, 2019. . .

David C. Schoenberger

David C. Schoenberger of Searcy, Ark., died peacefully at his. . .

Jerry White

Jerry White Jerry White, 68, of Bald Knob died. . .

MaryAnn Helen (Ruelle) Hooker St. Amant

MaryAnn Helen (Ruelle) Hooker St. Amant, 90, of Olive Branch,. . .

Bikers' benefit ride stops in Searcy

Around 50 riders were in Searcy for the benefit ride. Proceeds from the ride will be donated to the nonprofit Arkansas Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.), which supports the families of fallen law enforcement officers. There were seven routes for the one-day event, with Searcy being a stop along the Northeast route that began in Jonesboro and the Craighead County Sheriff's Office. All routes ended at Burns Park in North Little Rock.

Hanging up the Cleats

Richard Sharp Special to the Daily CitizenGracie Hartle has chosen to not play college softball. She announced her decision via social media on Monday.

By Bruce Guthrie sports@thedailycitizen.com
When former Rose Bud pitcher Gracie Hartle was finished celebrating her second 3A state softball championship, she had a decision to make.
That decision of whether or not to play softball at the college level wa made this. . . more »

John Boozman: U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement will help Arkansas  

Fair trade agreements have become increasingly important to Arkansas' economy over the last half-century. The world is more connected than ever. Access to global markets is necessary, not just for the large corporations that call Arkansas home, but a. . .

Asa Hutchinson: Efficient spending, intentional saving

Today, I want to share the good news that we ended the 2019 budget year with a $295 million surplus. That means more people are working, we are controlling spending and intentionally saving. A budget surplus doesn't happen by accident. Just like in y. . .