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Searcy County was named for a pioneer Arkansas Territorial Judge, Richard Searcy. The county seat is at Marshall. The courthouse address is: Courthouse Square, P. O. Box 297, Marshall, AR 72650-0297. Telephone: 870-448-3554. The county was organized December 13, 1838 from part of Madison County. The Buffalo River runs through the county and there are several caves found, including Hurricane River Cave and Blowing Cave.
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