September 28, 2017

Jarred Rogers hands the ball off to Jayshawn Cox as the Beavers face the Camden Harmony Grove Hornets on Friday, Sept. 22.Three Magnet Cove players make it a team effort to stop the Cardinals’ run on Friday, Sept. 15.The Malvern varsity cheerleaders flip for the Malvern Leopards before the game began on Friday, Sept. 22.Malvern’s Whit Jones cuts towards center field during a play on the Friday, Sept. 22 game against Bauxite.Coach Mike Scarbrough is the coach for the Malvern High School varsity football team.Jordan Hart catches the snap for Malvern and prepares to make a play as a Miner defender scopes him out on the left side of the line at the Bauxite game on Friday, Sept. 22.Malvern defensive players explode off the line at the varsity football practice on Tuesday, Sept. 26.Malvern Middle School students wear crazy hats on Tuesday, Sept. 26 for spirit week.Amy Mann coerces Lola to perform a stunt at the Boys & Girls Club of Malvern and Hot Spring County on Wednesday, Sept. 27.A student goes for a layup in the gym of the Boys & Girls Club on Wednesday, Sept. 27.A student makes a header during a soccer game at the B&GC on Wednesday, Sept. 27.The Malvern varsity football team practices on Tuesday, Sept. 26 in preparation for the homecoming game on Friday.The Malvern-Hot Spring County Library put on a display of books which have been banned or challenged in certain areas, mostly school districts. The majority of complaints come from parents who try to get the books removed from curriculum for many reasons. Even The Bible was challenged in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota by a group that called the book “Lewd, indecent, obscene, offensive, violent and dangerous to women and children.” Bobby Goodknight (center), pastor of Butterfield Missionary Baptist Church gave the invocation at the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission monthly meeting at College of the Ouachitas on Thursday, Sept. 21Malvern Mayor Brenda Weldon (left) and Arkansas Game & Fish Commission Chairman Steve Cook of Malvern smile for the camera while visiting after the monthly Chamber of Commerce Breakfast at College of the Ouachitas on Thursday, Sept. 21. Cook and the AGFC made a short presentation to Chamber members before conducting the AGFC’s monthly commission meeting at COTO.At least one parent tried to get Bridge to Terabithia taken off a public school’s reading list because the main character sometimes took “The Lord’s name in vain” and showed “Disrespect to authority figures.” Merchants with the Farmers Market sold their goods at Malvern City Park on Wednesday, Sept. 27. Lance Howell, Malvern/Hot Spring County Chamber of Commerce executive director introduces Arkansas Game and Fish Commission Chairman Steve Cook as the guest speaker during the monthly Chamber of Commerce Breakfast at College of the Ouachitas on Thursday, Sept. 21. Cook and the AGFC made a short presentation to Chamber members before conducting the AGFC’s monthly commission meeting at COTO.The air is electric as the Malvern Leopards prepare for the conference opener on Friday, Sept. 22.Paul Helberg (left) and Arkansas Game and Fish Commission Director Jeff Crow visit after the monthly Chamber of Commerce Breakfast at College of the Quachitas on Thursday, Sept. 21. The AGFC held its monthly commission meeting following the breakfast at COTO.Tim Edwards of Poyen dives in an effort to catch a ball on Friday, Sept. 22.Quorum Court committee meetings Sept. 27Tony Jenkins (left), Arkansas Game and Fish Commission Chairman Steve Cook (center) and Leon Jenkins visit after the monthly Chamber of Commerce Breakfast at College of the Ouachitas on Thursday, Sept. 21. Cook and the AGFC made a short presentation to Chamber members before conducting the AGFC’s monthly commission meeting at COTO.

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