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Staying in Searcy Fits Youthful Tastes

Staying in Searcy Fits Youthful Tastes

Harding students are not only deciding to stay in Searcy after graduating, the millennials are also following the movement of buying and eating locally, which has helped new restaurants.
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No Word Yet on White County Going Wet

Despite persistent chatter, no application for a new permit to serve alcohol by the drink in Searcy has been filed with the ABC.
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Hive Chef Matthew McClure Sees Opportunity in Having a Full Plate

Matthew McClure has been named a semifinalist for three consecutive years for the James Beard Foundation Awards' best chef in the South. This year's semifinalists are announced this month.
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Video: Tyson Unveils New Corporate Logo, Growth Strategy at Conference

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Solutions In Search of Problems (Editorial)

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Rock Capital to Develop $16M-$17M Downtown Little Rock Hotel

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