Two local high schools held homecoming football games on Friday, Oct. 1, in the midst of a busy couple of weeks for fall sports in Searcy.
Searcy, Arkansas, residents have created a campaign to support the renewal of the 1-cent sales tax, aiming to show others its importance and encourage eligible citizens to register to vote for the Nov. 9 election. The last day to register to vote is tomorrow, Oct. 9.
Harding’s Arts and Life and Searcy Beats and Eats have partnered up to present Java & Jazz, happening tomorrow night, Oct. 9. Admission will be free for everyone.
A new cafe and bake shop, Warehouse 4, plans to open on the Harding campus January 2022.
Tacos 4 Life has recently closed permanently, leaving many to wonder why such a popular restaurant shut down. Several factors point toward the worker shortages found all over the country, especially in areas of employment, like foodservice and hospitality.
Citizen’s Park, a previously vacant lot turned concert venue in Downtown Searcy, hosted a summer concert series highlighting local artists from the community.
The White County Fair returned on Saturday, Sept. 11, 2021. This year’s events kicked off with an opening fair parade Saturday in Downtown Searcy.
Men’s social club Knights hosted a back-to-school concert Aug. 28 in Searcy, featuring the band Sparky & the Hills.
Two Harding students with connections to people in Afghanistan spoke with The Bison about their perspectives on the Taliban occupation of the country and the Harding community’s response.