December 2017

Crews continued the milling process of East Page Avenue in Malvern on Thursday, Nov. 30 preparing the roadway to be resurfaced.Tricia Baar, dean of learning at College of the Ouachitas, updated the Malvern Rotary Club on COTO’s Honors Seminar and their fundraiser to scholarship students for the Boys & Girls Club of Malvern & Hot Spring County. Yessenia Gonzalez, honors student with College of the Ouachitas, spoke to the Malvern Area Kiwanis on Thursday about her participation in the Honors Seminar. Collier Robertson, playing for the Bismarck Lions, scurries to avoid Magnet Cove’s defense during the game on Thursday, Nov. 30. Bismarck won the game 48-33. Starters for Magnet Cove and Bismarck, Micheal Rowton (Magnet Cove) and Colton McMullin (Bismarck) square off during their game at the Magnet Cove Invitational on Thursday, Nov. 30. Bismarck won the game 48-33. The College of the Ouachitas held a surprise retirement party for Terri Colananni (right) in the foyer of the College of the Ouachitas on Friday, Dec. 1.From left to right: Loy Mauch, Darrin Hardy, Stephen Merrit and Tobin Fulmer. These four and a few more volunteers from the Sons of Confederate Veterans restored several headstones in the cemeteries off of Pine Bluff Street on Saturday, Dec. 2. Plenty of time for a selfie before the start of the Magnet Cove Senior Tournament  on Saturday, Dec. 2 at Magnet Cove High School.People filled the arena and had chats before the start of the Magnet Cove Senior Tournament  on Saturday, Dec. 2 at Magnet Cove High School.Fans got early seats for the Magnet Cove Senior Tournament  on Saturday, Dec. 2 at Magnet Cove High School.The Magnet Cove Lady Panthers played a very close game against Rison during the Magnet Cove Senior Tournament on Thursday, Nov. 30, the Lady Panthers fell 43-42. The Arklahoma Band performed for the Malvern Senior Center on Monday, Dec 4Angel Trees are set up at both front entrances of Malvern Walmart. Angels may be chosen from the tree at anytime. Gifts should be returned to Walmart by  6 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 21.Ted Bolton, an Airman First Class and veteran of The Korean War, was only 9 years old when Japan attacked Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941. His father saved that day’s newspaper for him and he kept it all his life. The ends are frayed and Bolton said nothing lasts forever, but he took care of it well and the newspaper still clearly tells the story of those who lost their lives during the attack.Ted Bolton, an Airman First Class and veteran of The Korean War, was only 9 years old when Japan attacked Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941. His father saved that day’s newspaper for him and he kept it all his life. The ends are frayed and Bolton said nothing lasts forever, but he took care of it well and the newspaper still clearly tells the story of those who lost their lives during the attack.The Poyen Lady Indians defeated Magnet Cove 59-19 on Tuesday, Dec. 5. The Malvern Area Kiwanis Club made a $250 donation to HannahGrace’s Gift, an organization which collects toys for foster children in Hot Spring County for Christmas. The Malvern Hot Spring County Library employees all dressed up in their ugliest sweaters on Thursday, December 7. On Saturday, December 9 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., the Library will be having an ugly sweater craft activity where you bring your own sweater and make it perfectly ugly for the holidays. The public can vote on the ugliest sweater until December 21.The Highway Department shutdown sections of East Page one lane at a time on Wednesday and Thursday to repave the road, which had previously been milled in preparation.

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