May 2018 Photographs

Runners throw up color paint as the race begins at the first ever Bismarck Fun Color Run on Saturday, April 28, 2018 at Bismarck School.Little fans practice their cheer moves during the 2A-7 West District Tournament on April 24-27 at Magnet Cove.Fans braid each others hair while manning the ticket table at the 2A-7 West District Tournament on April 24-27 at Magnet Cove.Fans of all sorts come out to the 2A-7 West District Tournament at Magnet Cove on April 24-27.A Magnet Cove Lady Panther fan is not happy with the outcome of the Lady Panthers game against the Murfreesboro Lady Rattlers during the 2A-7 West District Tournament.Magnet Cove fans watch as the Panthers baseball team takes on the Murfreesboro Rattlers during the 2A-7 West District Tournament.JROTC Color Guard are all smiles as they wait for Relay for Life to kick off. From left to right are Balana VanLiew, Abreanna Dickerson, Zoey Garibay and Acacia Hunter.The Magnet Cove Panthers meet sophomore Brennen Koller at home plate after Koller hit the ball over the fence for a home run in the Panthers game against the Murfreesboro Rattlers on Thursday, April 26, 2018.Poyen junior Lacy Beaver tosses the ball around before the Lady Indians game with the Foreman Lady Gators on Thursday, April 26, 2018.Dr. Chris Nelson, DVM and assistant Patrick Gaither with Providence Veterinary Care vaccinate Petey, Margaret and Bob Hale’s dog at the Glen Rose stop during the annual Hot Spring County 4-H Rabies Clinic held on Saturday, April 28, 2018 at various locations throughout Hot Spring County.The “In God We Trust” Courthouse Rock will be the location where the county will observe the National Day of Prayer on Thursday, May 3 at noon. A list of those praying can be found on page 3.Ouachita senior Austin Weldon goes up to bat for the Warriors during their game against the Taylor Tigers on Friday, April 27, 2018.Ouachita senior Sidney Kuykendall pitches the ball for the Lady Warriors during their game against the Taylor Lady Tigers on Friday, April 27, 2018.District Judge Emily White (left) gets sworn in by Judge Chris Williams on Monday, April 30 at the Hot Spring County Courthouse.Hot Spring County Circuit Court Judge Chris Williams spoke to attendees at the Prayer Breakfast celebrating Re-Entry Week at the Hot Spring County Courthouse on Friday, April 27, 2018.Crowds of Hot Spring County residents walked at the Relay for Life on Saturday, April 28 at the Malvern/HSC Boys and Girls Club.Survivors of all shapes and sizes came out on Saturday, April 28 to the Malvern/Hot Spring County Boys and Girls Club at 2 p.m. to support cancer research and the American Cancer Society. Survivors kicked off the Relay with their own lap after opening ceremonies.Bobby Smith poses with daughter Kimberly Burrow at the Relay for Life on Saturday, April 28 after the Survivor lap.Caregivers and those running in honor of those who passed away from cancer also took an honorary lap immediately after the survivors at Relay for Life on Saturday, April 28 after opening ceremonies.Arkansans in Top 12 states breathing nation’s cleanest airLady Lion Victoria Bourgious crosses the finish line after competing in the 400 meter dash at the State Meet on May 1, 2018.Lion Alex Ventress runs for the finish line during the 1600 meter run during the State Meet on May 1, 2018.Betty Johnson joined many other residents in praying for members of the community and the nation.(Left to Right) Sheriff Mike Cash, Lt. Doye Delacruz and President of Farmer’s Bank & Trust in Malvern, Scott White, sit and enjoy the BBQ served by Farmer’s Bank on Wednesday, May 2 at Farmer’s Bank & Trust.Lady Beaver Elise Santoff competes in the 300 meter hurdles during the State Meet on May 1, 2018.Beaver Jay’Shawn Cox runs in the 100 meter dash during the State Meet on May 1, 2018.Beaver Jared Rogers competes in the long jump during a recent meet.The Gospel Lighthouse Youth Choir sang on Thursday, May 3 at the National Day of Prayer held on the Hot Spring County Courthouse lawn, singing 10,000 Reasons.Malvern senior Garrett Mayhan eyes the pitcher before hitting a home run in the Leopards game against the Monticello Billies.County Judge Dennis Thornton also prayed for the county on National Prayer Day on Thursday, May 3.Scott Efird stepped in for Malvern Mayor Brenda Weldon, who was injured, to pray over the city of Malvern on National Prayer day on Thursday, May 3.People of all ages prayed on Thursday, May 3 for the National Day of Prayer.Pictured L to R: Kathryn Jones, Christina Harris, and Mikayla Buck were awarded certificates for being the finalists for the Kiwanis Scholarship. The three presented their essays to members of the Malvern Area Kiwanis on May 3, 2018 during their weekly meeting.Malvern junior Parker Freer slides into home during the Leopards game against the Monticello Billies during the first round of the 4A-South Regional Tournament on Thursday, May 3, 2018. Due to inclement weather on Thursday that postponed games, the Leopards originally scheduled game for Friday at noon was moved to today, Saturday, May 5. The Leopards will be taking on the Warren Lumberjacks at Morrison Park.Malvern senior Joseph Brewster (left) passes the ball to senior Antwuan Johnson (right) during a recent game. The Malvern Leopards soccer team took on the Arkadelphia Badgers in a tournament game in Arkadelphia on Monday, April 30, 2018.The Leopards lost 6-2 to the Badgers. In the first half, the Badgers took a 4-1 lead over the Leopards and expanded their lead in the second half. The Badgers scored two goals on the Leopards in the second half while the Leopards managed to score only one goal.Matt Crutchfield sang praise and worship songs at National Prayer Day on the Hot Spring County Courthouse lawn on Thursday, May 3.Ouachita Elementary Gifted & Talented held their culminating project for the Ouachita School district on Egypt on Friday, May 4. Pictured is Ethan Webb, one of the guides for the tour.Heads were bowed in prayer on Thursday, May 3 at the National Day of Prayer on the HSC Courthouse lawn.Poyen junior Kindi Puckett runs for home during a recent game.President of Gateway Bank, Corby Wright (standing) speaks to the Malvern Rotary Club on May 2 during their weekly meeting at Western Sizzlin.Brandon Brannen, student in Magnet Cove School District, proudly displays the catfish he caught Thursday, May 3, at Diamondhead Country Club during the Lion’s Club Fishing Derby.Judy Linam (center) and Holly Houpt (right) assist Billy Jack Gibson as he signs in to vote during the first day of early voting on Monday, May 7, 2018 at the HSC Election Commission Office located at 230 West Second Street in Malvern. Martin Milner talks about the benefits of stretching at his booth during the Baptist Health-HSC 5K run and health fair on Saturday, May 5, 2018.Jackson Roberts is excited about the fish he caught on  Thursday, May 3, at Diamondhead Country Club during the Lion’s Club Fishing Derby.Malvern senior Whit Jones crosses home plate during the Leopards game with the Warren Lumberjacks in round two of the 4A-South Regional Tournament held at Malvern on Saturday, May 5, 2018.Residents and their daughters were able to enjoy tea, cake, and music from Roy Hale at the 2018 Mother/Daughter Tea at Encore Health and Rehab in Malvern on Monday, May 7, 2018.Ouachita junior Braxton Bailey waits for the pitch during a recent game.Ouachita freshman Linsey Sirratt waits for the pitch while on second base during a recent game.The Poyen Lady Indians go to congratulate junior pitcher Kindi Puckett after striking out a player during a recent game.Jasmine Luster, left, and Jamie Schell (top right), enjoy a laugh with the students in their class during the Malvern Head Start/Early Head Start Art Show10-year-old Jamarion Lomack pitches the ball for the Sox, a team with the Hot Spring County Cal Ripken Baseball League, during their game against the Outlaws on Tuesday, May 8, 2018.Ouachita senior Titus McBay swings at the ball during a recent game.Ouachita sophomore Haley Langley gets ready for the pitch while at first base during a recent game.Coach Ryan McKinney rallies his team, the Sox a part of the Hot Spring County Cal Ripken Baseball League, as they head into the bottom of the third inning during their game with the Outlaws on Tuesday, May 8, 2018. The Sox beat the Outlaws 9-5.Pictured are the students of Miss Katie Odom and Kara Smith’s class at the Malvern Head Start/ Early Head Start Art ShowOwners and employees of Crutchfield Body Shop, recently held a ribbon cutting ceremony with members of the Malvern Chamber of Commerce.The students of Whitney Vallun pose with their art work during the Mavern Head Start/Early Head Start Art ShowMark (left), Linda (center) and Jennifer Bailey were the speakers at Lions Club on Tuesday, May 8.Glen Rose senior Noah Ellis runs for first after hitting the ball during a recent game.Glen Rose senior Hannah Jester goes up to bat during a recent game.Magnet Cove senior Hunter Dickey runs for home during a recent game.Malvern junior Micah Hollyfield pitches the ball for the Leopards during a recent game. Hollyfield lasted six innings in the Leopards game against the Baptist Prep Eagles in the 4A State Tournament on Friday, May 11, 2018. Hollyfield struck out three Eagles players during the course of the game.Tom Dillard (standing right) was the guest speaker at the Malvern Rotary Club on Wednesday, May 9, 2018. Dillard gave an informative talk about Arkansas history.Pictured left to right is Ramsey Newingham, Rachel Newton, Brodie Wright, Cameron Paul, and Malvern Elementary EAST Teacher Brigette Jones posing with their certificates of appreciation after presenting to the Malvern Area Kiwanis Club on Thursday, May 10, 2018.Poyen junior Kindi Puckett smiles before pitching the ball during a recent game.The City Council sits before a crowded room of eager people waiting to hear the decision on Resolution 540 on Monday, May 14, 2018Rev Jimmy Bobo and Alderperson Mary Fraction talk before the City Council meeting on Monday, May 14, 2018.Fans watch one of the many games at the Hot Spring County Cal Ripken Youth Baseball League on Tuesday, May 8, 2018.Fans fill the stands during the games at the HSC Cal Ripken Youth Baseball League on Tuesday, May 8, 2018.Fans fill the stands during the games at the HSC Cal Ripken Youth Baseball League on Tuesday, May 8, 2018.Fans gear up to watch the Sox game at the HSC Cal Ripken Youth Baseball League on Tuesday, May 8, 2018.Glen Rose freshman Love Doddridge goes up to bat during a recent game.Jamarion Lomack, 10-year-old pitcher for the Sox HSC Cal Ripken Youth Baseball Team, is the Malvern Daily Record’s Athlete of the Week for his performance throughout the season for the Sox. Lomack had given up two runs and struck out 21 guys prior to the Sox game against the Outlaws on Tuesday, May 8, 2018. In two games prior to the Sox game with the Outlaws, Lomack had 19 strikes. In Lomack’s game against the Outlaws he had 52 pitches with five hits, six walks, and one strike out in two innings.Malvern senior Garrett Mayhan stands on first base during a recent game.Junior Kindi Puckett warms up her arm before a recent game. Puckett threw a no hitter in the Lady Indians semifinals game in the 2A State Tournament on Saturday, May 12.Bonnie and Wayne Ritter provided a musical special at the Annual Antioch Cemetery Decoration Day held on Sunday, May 6, 2018 at the Antioch Community Center.Bro. Doyle Calwell warming up his guitar before providing a musical special at the Annual Antioch Cemetery Decoration Day held on Sunday, May 6, 2018 at the Antioch Community Center.Rev. Gerald and Lore Williams provided a musical special at the Annual Antioch Cemetery Decoration Day held on Sunday, May 6, 2018 at the Antioch Community Center.Kinney Black (left) shows Pauline Reynolds a list of school districts once located in Hot Spring County at the monthly Historical Society meeting on Monday, May 7, 2018. Black said the list is still incomplete and any information on former schools in the area are welcome. The next meeting will discuss Bonnerdale and will be held on the first Monday in June.Melissa Phillips (left) and Deanie Green with the Hot Spring County Historical Society showed appreciation of the Malvern Daily Record’s continued support of the Historical Society with a lunch for MDR employees on Wednesday, May 9, 2018 .Poyen freshman Madison Edwards goes up to bat  during a recent game.Poyen junior Kindi Puckett pitches the ball during a recent game.Poyen junior Faith Diehl runs for home during a recent game.Nurses at Encore Health and Rehabilitation, dressed up as what they wanted to be when they grew up as a celebration of Nursing Home Week on Thursday, May 17, 2018. L to R: Nikki Thornton, Ashley Lindsey, Megan VanWechel, Kristene Allan, Becky Bingham, Chanta Dedman, Jennifer Shearim, Crissy Green, Adriena Hankins, and Theresa Monroe.Tusk IV, the official live mascot for the Arkansas Razorbacks, makes an appearance at the Roy L. Murphy Razorback Club Spring Rally held at Lakeside High School in Hot Springs on April 25, 2018.Mrs. Henderson’s 3rd grade class collected 26 pounds of pop tabs overall, joining Mrs. Ledbetter’s Kindergarten class as the overall winners at Malvern Elementary. Students collected pop tabs for Pop Tab Pandemonium, a fundraising program for Ronald McDonald House.Farm Bureau Insurance treated staff and residents at Arbor Oaks Healthcare and Rehabilitation to grilled hamburgers and hot dogs with all the fixings on Friday, May 18 to celebrate National Nursing Home Week. Pictured from left to right is Travis Worthington with Farm Bureau, Arbor Oaks administrator Chyra Worthington and Brian Wilson with Farm Bureau.Mrs. Ledbetter’s Kindergarten class collected the most amount of pop tabs (29 pounds) and was treated to McDonald’s at the Rockport McDonald’s on Tuesday at 10:15 a.m. Mrs. Henderson’s third grade class won second overall at MES with 26 pounds.(Left to right) Pleasant Martinez, Bryana Saling, Jack Bulhoes, Angel Perez, and Coach Josh Cartwright receive certificates of appreciation after speaking to the Malvern Area Kiwanis Club on Thursday, May 17, 2018.The infield players for the Poyen Lady Indians meet on the mound during the 2A State Championship game on Friday, May 18, 2018.Poyen sophomore Madison Wilfong squares up the bat during the Lady Indians 2A State Championship game on May 18, 2018. Poyen junior Kindi Puckett winds up the pitch during the Lady Indians 2A State Championship game on May 18, 2018.Brad Bowman with the Commissioner of State Lands takes bids on parcels of land up for auction on Thurdsay, May 17 at the Malvern-Hot Spring County Chamber of Commerce Community Room. Poyen fans find any place they can to watch the Lady Indians face off with the Quitman Lady Bulldogs during the 2A State Championship game on Friday, May 18, 2018.Fans pack the stands to watch the 2A State Championship game between the Poyen Lady Indians and Quitman Lady Bulldogs on Friday, May 18, 2018.Poyen fans cheer on the Lady Indians during the 2A State Championship game on Friday, May 18, 2018.Outrider for the Sue’s Pawn Express wagon makes his way to the finish line in the mule races at the first Racing On The Ridge Chuckwagon Races held at Whiskey Ridge Ranch in Social Hill on Saturday, May 19, 2018.

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