City of Searcy
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Est. 1987


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Historical Pictures 

Stone & Rock Architecture 

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Land Use Plan 1993-2013

City of Searcy - General Fund
Year Ended Dec 31, 2006

Western Hills Addition

Searcy Living

OFFICIAL City of Searcy Home
 Personnel Policy

Searcy Yesteryear
Original Town Plan
The Searcy College

Captain Ken Edmunson hangs up his badge after 26 years
Known by Frankfort (1837), Searcy (1839), Sulphur Springs (1840s) & then Searcy again in 1840s (both of the latter names are shown on maps at that time). It is the county seat of White County, named for Richard Searcy, a territorial judge. Harding University is located here.
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