Frequently Asked Questions

How can I contact the magazine?

Searcy Living Magazine
812 South Main Street
Searcy, AR 72143
(501) 368-0095

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I'm interested in advertising.

Our magazine is proud to promote businesses like your own through effective advertising. We use full color and high gloss to provide beautiful ads that reach the most consumers for your dollar. We distribute 17,000 copies every issue to homes and businesses in Searcy and the White County region. We'd love to have your business included in Your Hometown Magazine!

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If you are interested in advertising, feel free contact us.

I would like to subscribe.

Yearly subscriptions to guarantee your issue are available for $12.


I'm looking for a particular article.

Back issues are available at our office.

Can I use a photo from this website?

Sure! We encourage you to print any photos from this website for personal use. Commercial use is prohibited.

What exactly is Searcy Living?

We are the area's premier magazine for inspirational and informative stories, features of local homes, recipes, shopping ideas and more.

How often is the magazine put out?

We are a bimonthly publication, distributing new issues every other month. We deliver to homes and businesses around White County and the Searcy region.

How can this be free?

We are able to keep each issue complimentary with our great advertiser family.

I would like a photo included in the issue.

Your photo may be considered by either e-mailing it or bringing it by our office.

I want to write an article.

Please contact us if you have ideas for articles.

Where can I get a copy?

We deliver to homes and businesses within the White County area. Our magazine is available at most area businesses and racks around town (look for the purples ones!) We also offer out of town subscriptions for a small fee.

Can I work for the magazine?

We have no open positions now, but you are welcome to send us your resume to keep on file.

Can I intern?

Internships are available for the fall and spring semesters. Contact us if you are interested.

Who is the Searcy Living team?

Christine Walker

As the Publisher of Searcy Living, Christine's passion is the magazine and the community of Searcy. Christine strives to see the magazine grow and mature through the years, listening to reader comments and concerns regarding the magazine. Christine is part of many organizations in the Searcy community and takes part in many charitable functions and events throughout the years.

Christine received the Searcy Businesswoman of the Year Award in 2005 for her hard work and dedication to the business.

Searcy Living also received the Governor's Quality Award in 2003 and the CASA Community Award in the same year.

Cecelia Wilson

For more than a decade, Cecelia Wilson has been the Feature Writer for Searcy Living. In that capacity, she has interviewed Governors, Senators, Grammy-award winning musicians and individuals from all walks of life, penning their stories of hope and inspiration.

From Country and Bluegrass music superstar, Ricky Skaggs to Searcy’s own, Governor Mike and First Lady Ginger Beebe, the late Arkansas Lt. Gov. Win Rockefeller and so many more in between, each has talked with Cecelia on matters political, personal and always fascinating to the readers of Searcy Living.

Writing stories that leave readers touched by what they've read is one of Cecelia Wilson's hallmarks. And those stories will keep you coming back to Searcy Living each issue.

Want to read more? Cecelia’s new book, “Something Better Than Death” is the emotional true story that conveys the fear of a child, the determination of a mother and the sheer will to return home despite hunger, loss and a 9-week journey through WWII Germany. It is a vivid reminder that war makes victims of us all, no matter how ordinary we are.

Watch for Cecelia’s book, “Something Better Than Death” coming to bookstores in Spring 2017.

Cherie Sewell

Editorial Assistant for the magazine.

Garrett Johnson

As the Art Director and Webmaster of Searcy Living, Garrett strives toward creating beautiful ads and layouts that stand out as a beacon in our community. On the web, Garrett maintains and hopes it can enrich people's lives with.

Christine Locke

Makeover coordinator.

Amanda Lutrell

Writer for the magazine.

What are the magazine's credentials?

We are a member of the National Federation of Independent Businesses and our team has been honored individually and as a whole with awards such as the Arkansas Quality award in 2003. We are very active in the community and are proud to be independently and locally owned and operated.


Where can I find information on the Foster Care Boutique?

You'll find more information at the Foster Care Boutique Website.

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