January 2019 Photos

Fans look at their phones between games at Herb Russell Holiday Hoops Tournament held at Ouachita High School December 27-29, 2018.Ouachita fans watch from the sidelines during the Warriors first round game of the Herb Russell Holiday Hoops Tournament on Thursday, December 27, 2018.A Magnet Cove fan waits to watch the Panthers in their first game of the Herb Russell Holiday Hoops Tournament on Thursday, December 27, 2018 at Ouachita High School.Bismarck fans groan after the Lions missed a shot during their game against Rison in the first round of the Herb Russell Holiday Hoops Tournament on Thursday, December 27, 2018 at Ouachita High School.Young fans play on their phone and with slime during the Herb Russell Holiday Hoops Tournament held at Ouachita High School on December 27-29, 2018.Fans are all smiles while watching the games at the Herb Russell Holiday Hoops Tournament held at Ouachita High School on December 27-29, 2018.Magnet Cove fans discuss the games at the Herb Russell Holiday Hoops Tournament held at Ouachita High School on December 27-29, 2018.A Glen Rose fan frowns during the games at the Herb Russell Holiday Hoops Tournament held at Ouachita High School on December 27-29, 2018.Glen Rose junior Brendan Hill (11) tries to make a move past Ouachita junior Noah Dahlke during their game in the finals of the Herb Russell Holiday Hoops Tournament held at Ouachita High School on Saturday, December 29, 2018.Ouachita junior Truston Furr takes a shot during the Warriors game with the Glen Rose Beavers in the championship game of the Herb Russell Holiday Hoops Tournament held at Ouachita High School on Saturday, December 29, 2018. The Warriors defeated the Beavers 43-37. See full story on page 5.The Ouachita Lady Warriors pose with their championship plaque after defeating the Poyen Lady Indians 57-48 in the finals of the Herb Russell Holiday Hoops Tournament held at Ouachita High School on Saturday, December 29, 2018. See full story on page 5.Ouachita junior Kinzey Pasley (11) tries to get past Bismarck senior Bri Sampson during the Lady Warriors and Lady Indians second round game of the Herb Russell Holiday Hoops Tournament held at Ouachita High School on Friday, December 28, 2018.Poyen senior Lacy Beaver (3) and Ouachita senior Bella Daniell (00) try to block each other out during a free throw in the Lady Warriors game with the Lady Indians in the finals of the Herb Russell Holiday Hoops Tournament held at Ouachita High School on Saturday, December 29, 2018.Bismarck junior Bianca Pettus steals the ball from a Woodlawn Lady Bear during their game for third place in the Herb Russell Holiday Hoops Tournament held at Ouachita High School on Saturday, December 29, 2018.Bismarck sophomore Dawson King (14) tries to get past Poyen sophomore Brandon Sanchez (4) during the Indians and Lions game for third place in the Herb Russell Holiday Hoops Tournament held at Ouachita High School on Saturday, December 29, 2018.Hot Spring County Assessor Blake Riggan was sworn into office by Hot Spring County Circuit Court Judge Chris E Williams on Tuesday, January 1, 2019 at the Hot Spring County Courthouse.City of Malvern Mayor Brenda Weldon was sworn in as Mayor by Hot Spring County Circuit Court Judge Chris E Williams on Tuesday, January 1, 2019 at the Hot Spring County Courthouse.Hot Spring County Constables were sworn into office by Hot Spring County Circuit Court Judge Chris E Williams on Tuesday, January 1, 2019 at the Hot Spring County Courthouse.Hot Spring County Judge Dennis Thornton was sworn into office for his second term as County Judge by Hot Spring County Circuit Court Judge Chris E Williams on Tuesday, January 1, 2019 at the Hot Spring County Courthouse.Hot Spring County Sheriff’s Deputies were sworn-in by Hot Spring County Circuit Court Judge Chris E Williams on Tuesday, January 1, 2019 at the Hot Spring County Courthouse.Don Robinson (right) was sworn in as the City of Rockport Mayor by Hot Spring County Circuit Court Judge Chris E Williams on Tuesday, January 1, 2019 at the Hot Spring County Courthouse.Cheryl Whitley (right) was sworn into the office of Donaldson City Treasurer by Hot Spring County Circuit Court Judge Chris E Williams on Tuesday, January 1, 2019 at the Hot Spring County Courthouse.Jason Chenault (second from right) was sworn in as Hot Spring County Coroner by Hot Spring County Circuit Court Judge Chris E Williams  on Tuesday, January 1, 2019 at the Hot Spring County Courthouse. Deputy Coroners Kaye Fain, Laci Copeland and Stephen Turner were also sworn in on Tuesdays. Deputy Coroners not present are David Sanders, Damon Dyer, Duke Evans, Matt Weatherford, Chip Duboise, Richard Waters, Chad Ledbetter, and Courtney Daniel.Hot Spring County Justices of the Peace (left to right) Brian Coston,Randy Greathouse, Ralph Williams, Darrin Hardy, Andrew Daily, Carl Cook, Jewel (Pete) Willis, Don Hillyard, Gerald Black, Mike Fletcher, and Ray Cook were sworn in as Justices of the Peace for Hot Spring County  by Hot Spring County Circuit Court Judge Chris E Williams on Tuesday, January 1, 2019 at the Hot Spring County Courthouse.Hot Spring County Sheriff Mike Cash (right) was sworn-in for his second term as Sheriff by Hot Spring County Circuit Court Judge Chris E Williams on Tuesday, January 1, 2019 at the Hot Spring County Courthouse.Hot Spring County Clerk Sandy Boyette was sworn into office by Hot Spring County Circuit Court Judge Chris E Williams on Tuesday, January 1, 2019 at the Hot Spring County Courthouse.Hot Spring County Prosecuting Attorney Teresa Howell was sworn into office by Hot Spring County Circuit Court Judge Chris E Williams on Tuesday, January 1, 2019 at the Hot Spring County Courthouse.Teresa Pilcher was sworn into the position of Hot Spring County Circuit Clerk by Hot Spring County Circuit Court Judge Chris E Williams on Tuesday, January 1, 2019 at the Hot Spring County Courthouse.Hot Spring County Tax Collector Valerie Hearn was sworn into her 17th term by Hot Spring County Circuit Court Judge Chris E Williams on Tuesday, January 1, 2019 at the Hot Spring County Courthouse.Glen Rose wrestler Dalen Baldwin (right) is named the winner of a match during the 2018 Holiday Rocket Rumble held at Catholic High School on Saturday, December 29, 2018.Volunteers serve guests a ham dinner at the annual Drug Court Christmas Meal on Thursday, December 13, 2018 at Second Baptist Church in Malvern.Hot Spring County Circuit Court Judge Chris E Williams watches as a drug court participant and his family open gifts at the annual Drug Court Christmas Meal on Thursday, December 13, 2018 at Second Baptist Church in Malvern.Hot Spring County Circuit Court Judge Chris E Williams visits with family of a drug court participant at the annual Drug Court Christmas Meal on Thursday, December 13, 2018 at Second Baptist Church in Malvern.(Above and below) Hot Spring County Circuit Court Judge Chris E Williams visits drug court participants and family at the annual Drug Court Christmas Meal on Thursday, December 13, 2018 at Second Baptist Church in Malvern.Drug court participants and family enjoy visiting and receiving gifts at the annual Drug Court Christmas Meal on Thursday, December 13, 2018 at Second Baptist Church in Malvern.Hot Spring County Justices of the Peace held the first meeting of the Quorum Court immediately following being sworn into office on Tuesday, January 1, 2019 at the Hot Spring County Courthouse. Above justices recite the Pledge of Allegiance at the beginning of the meeting.The Glen Rose Wrestling Team competed at Catholic High School for the 2018 Holiday Rocket Rumble on Saturday, December 29, 2018. The Beavers placed seventh out of 13 teams and had three members make the podium. Dalen Baldwin was named champion while Logan Phillips and Dusty Reasons both placed third in their divisions. Phillips made Glen Rose school history by picking up his 100th high school career win in the tournament. Pictured left to right is Head Coach Doug McGuire, Dusty Reasons, Logan Phillips, DaleBismarck junior Joshua Allsup shoots the three-pointer during the Lions game against the Magnet Cove Panthers in the Battle at the Cove Tournament on November 26, 2018. The Panthers won the match up 45-43 in the final seconds of the game. The Lions will be at Magnet Cove for a rematch on Friday, January 4, 2019. Tip off is set for 4:30 p.m.(20) Kailyn Harville for Magnet Cove handles the ball efficiently with control from being pressured defensively by a Rison Lady Wildcat during senior high girls basketball action Friday, December 28, 2018 in the Herb Russell Invitational Holiday Hoops Tournament at Ouachita High School Gymnasium.  Magnet Cove fell to Rison 39-35 in overtime. The Lady Panthers will face the Bismarck Lady Lions on Friday, January 4, 2019. Tip off is set for 4:30 p.m.Malvern Leopards big man (2) Logan Schneider seizes the moment to score under the basket with (4) Aaron Jones keeping close concentration and during 7-4A Conference senior boys basketball action at the Leopard Center on Friday, December 21, 2018.Malvern Lady Leopards (1) Tiffany Monk handles the ball to score toward the baseline during 7-4A Conference senior  girls basketball action at the Leopard Center on Friday, December 21, 2018.No movies on the marquee, nor posters on the wall can be seen at The Ritz Theatre in downtown Malvern as the town mourns after finding out the theater has closed. Only a single note on the door from Marty and Marla Nix, owners of the theater with an explanation of the closing exists.The first sunset of 2019 illuminates reds, purples and blues on Lake Catherine at the T-Dock area as it sets for the first time in the new year on January 1, 2019.Magnet Cove students get ready to watch the Panthers take on the Bismarck Lions on Friday, Jan. 4, 2019.A tiny fan helps cheer on the Bismarck Lions during their game with the Magnet Cove Panthers on Friday, Jan. 4, 2019.Magnet Cove fans are all smiles before the Panthers game with the Bismarck Lions on Friday, Jan. 4, 2019.(23) Kiya Mitchell looks to pass to teammate (10) Viktoria Jergenson for Malvern against Bauxite’s defense during senior high girls 7-4A Conference basketball action Friday, January 4, 2019 at the Leopard Center. Malvern fell in defeat to Bauxite.(2) Logan Schneider for Malvern pulls up to shoot from the top of the key for a three-pointer against Bauxite during senior high boys basketball action Friday, January 4, 2019 at the Leopard Center. Malvern defeated Bauxite, 57-56 in 7-4A Conference action.Magnet Cove senior Noah Maher (33) and Bismarck senior Dylan Clayton (10) smile at the referee before tip off of the Panthers game with the Lions at Magnet Cove on Friday, January 4, 2019. The Panthers got the win over the Lions 57-34. Magnet Cove sophomore Levi Horton goes up for the shot against the Bismarck Lions during their game on Friday, January 4, 2019.Bismarck senior Mady Calhoun looks to take a shot against the Magnet Cove Lady Panthers during their game on Friday, January 4, 2019.Teresa PilcherGeorgia and Maurice Hendrix enjoying the volunteer council’s spaghetti supper held on Friday, March 8, 2013.The Bismarck Junior Lady Lions listen to Coach Brett Barber during a timeout during the Lady Lions game with the Gurdon Lady Go Devils at the Bismarck Junior High Invitational held at Holt Gymnasium on Monday, January 7, 2019.A Bismarck Junior Lion leaps for the ball during tipoff of the Lions game with the Gurdon Go Devils during the Bismarck Junior High Invitational held at Holt Gymnasium on Monday, January 7, 2019.The Glen Rose Junior Beavers and the Poyen Junior Indians watch for the rebound during their game at the Bismarck Junior High Invitational held at Holt Gymnasium on Monday, January 7, 2019.A Poyen Junior Lady Indian tries to block the shot of a Glen Rose Junior Lady Beaver during their game in the Bismarck Junior High Invitational held at Holt Gymnasium on Monday, January 7, 2019.Motorists that commute west on Interstate 30 will notice a smoother ride in the outside lane. On Tuesday, January 8, 2019, Arkansas Department of Transportation crews were doing maintenance repairs to the roadway. Above view from Grigsby Ford Road overpass. Maurice and Georgia Hendrix Area Agency on Aging Senior Companion showed their appreciation to the Malvern Daily Record on Tuesday, January 8, 2019. Pictured above left to right is (back) Gretchen Ritchey, editor at Malvern Daily Record; Lori Voss, Area Agency on Aging Senior Companion Marketing Director; Beverly Williams, Area Agency on Aging Senior Companion Coordinator, and Senior Companion volunteer Cynthia “LuLu” Luke. For more information about volunteering to be a companion call (501) 337-1711.Malvern City Council members and city clerk were sworn into their positions by District Judge Emily White (left) on Monday, January 7, 2019 prior to the first meeting of the new year at the Malvern City Council agenda meeting at the City Hall Courtroom.Newly elected Justice of the Peace Mike Fletcher (left) visits with Jerry Craycraft after the first Quorum Court meeting on Tuesday, January 1, 2019 at the Hot Spring County Courthouse.A Poyen seventh grader defends against a Carlisle seventh grader trying to save the ball from going out of bounds during the Indians game with the Bison on Tuesday, January 8, 2019. A Poyen junior Lady Indian shoots the layup against a Carlisle junior Lady Bison during their game on Tuesday, January 8, 2019.Poyen junior Kyla Puckett fights her way to the basket during the Lady Indians game with the Carlisle Lady Bison on Tuesday, January 8, 2019.Poyen sophomore Jaxson Carter (center) secures the rebound during the Indians game with the Carlisle Bison on Tuesday, January 8, 2019. The Indians made a comeback to beat the Bison 50-48. See full story on page 5.Poyen junior Lance Austin goes to shoot the three-pointer during the Indians game with the Carlisle Bison on Tuesday, January 8, 2019.Virginia CardinJeri CrawfordHarvest of Hope recently presented a check for $17,500 to the Arkansas Food Bank. The money will be used to purchase the food for the Food For Kids Backpack Program for the hungry children in Hot Spring County. Harvest of Hope is grateful to everyone that helped donate to this worthy cause. Pictured from left to right is Emily Gassman, Donor Engagement Director; Sarah Riffle, Chief Development Officer; Penny Gassman, Harvest of Hope Chairperson, and Cathy Dingler, Harvest of Hope Board Member. Maxine HughesKiwanis President Sharon Walters (left) presents guest speaker Star Casey with a certificate of appreciation during the weekly Kiwanis meeting on January 3, 2019.  Casey spoke to Kiwanis members about her time at Key Leader.Malvern Lady Cubs basketball junior high head coach Kristen Weigand provides her team important game instructions during a time out from competing in their first tournament competition on the road in Lakeside on December 3-9, 2018. The Lady Cubs recently competed in their second junior high tournament over the Christmas holiday break December 27-29, 2018 in the Kameron Hale Invitational hosted at Lake Hamilton senior and junior high basketball gymnasiums in Pearcy.Malvern Jr. High cheerleaders, seen with joy and excitement on the hardwood, provide the Leopard Center basketball fans a stellar performance at halftime during Malvern Cubs and Lady Cubs junior high games in December 2018. Malvern Jr. High cheer squad anticipates to showcase more spirit for the Cubs and Lady Cubs basketball teams throughout scheduled games for the new year in January 2019 at the Leopard Center. Malvern Jr. High cheerleaders are under the direction of head coach Mandy Green.Betty McClenahan(11) Brendan Hill for Glen Rose handles the ball aggressively against Mayflower’s pressure defense during senior high boys basketball action Tuesday, January 8, 2019 at the Glen Rose Sports Arena. Mayflower defeated Glen Rose, 48-29.(25) Coker Carter for Glen Rose scoops up a floater in the lane over the Mayflower defense during junior high boys basketball action Tuesday, January 8, 2019 at the Glen Rose Sports Arena. Glen Rose defeated Mayflower, 23-20.(4) Rachel LeQuieu for Glen Rose scores with aggression under the basket against Mayflower during senior high girls basketball action Tuesday, January 8, 2019 at the Glen Rose Sports Arena. Glen Rose Lady Beavers fell short to Mayflower, 44-37.Glen Rose wrestler Trenton Owings is named the winner against a Little Rock Central wreslter during the Conway Invitational on Saturday, January 5, 2018. Owings placed fourth in the tournament. Out of 17 teams participating in the tournament, the Beavers had everyone place. Raymond Murry placed as champion, Dalen Baldwin placed second, Logan Phillips placed second, Dusty Reasons placed third, and Carter Tolleson placed second for the junior varsity. “Our kids are looking better every day, very proud of theiMagnet Cove junior Panther Jace Beckwith goes for the ball during the Panthers game with the Centerpoint junior Knights at the Bismarck Junior Invitational held at Holt Gymnasium on Wednesday, January 9, 2019.A Magnet Cove junior Lady Panther fights for the ball during the Lady Panthers game with the Harmony Grove junior Lady Cardinals at the Bismarck Junior Invitational held at Holt Gymnasium on Wednesday, January 9, 2019.Theoplus Clayton of Malvern displays his sign protesting additional charges he received stemming from an incident in July 2018.Bart Gillham, left, Tanner Neighbors, and Joey Norwood, replace flags and flag pole hardware on the courthouse lawn.A Bismarck junior Lion goes up for the lay up during the Lions game with the Poyen junior Indians on Thursday, January 10, 2019 in the Bismarck Junior Invitational held at Holt Gymnasium. The Lions defeated the Indians 32-21.The Bismarck junior Lady Lions try to get an edge on a Poyen junior Lady Indian after a fast break by the Lady Indians during their game in the Bismarck Junior Invitational on Thursday, January 10, 2019 at Holt Gymnasium.The Glen Rose 2019 Basketball Homecoming Court is front row L to R: Olivia Launius, Emma Wright, Alexis Ross, Gracie Wright, and Emily Steed. Second row L to R: Kylee Wells, Nicole Schneider, Jr. High Princess Lydia Milinowski, Queen Emily Bowdle, Sr. High Princess Aubrey Jackson, Maddi Carver, and Mikayla Long. The Glen Rose Basketball Homecoming is set for Friday, January 18, 2019 with the theme “Let’s Get Fired Up” to take on the Haskell Harmony Grove Cardinals. The Hot Spring County Historical Society is seeking information on the above photos. The photos are believed to be from the early 1960s and taken at Malvern High School. If you have any information about these photos please call the Historical Society at (501) 229-1600, a answering machine is available. The Hot Spring County Historical Society meets on the first Monday of  each month at 7 p.m. at The Heritage House located at 118 West 2nd Street in Malvern.The Hot Spring County Historical Society is seeking information on the above photos. The photos are believed to be from the early 1960s and taken at Malvern High School. If you have any information about these photos please call the Historical Society at (501) 229-1600, a answering machine is available. The Hot Spring County Historical Society meets on the first Monday of  each month at 7 p.m. at The Heritage House located at 118 West 2nd Street in Malvern.(13) Jared Westbrook for Ouachita eyes the basket toward the baseline to score over a pair of Dierks Jr. Outlaws during junior high boys basketball action Thursday, January 10, 2019 at Ouachita High School Gymnasium. Dierks defeated the Ouachita Jr. Warriors, 53-22.Claudine JamesMalvern fans cheer after a good shot by the Leopards during their game against the DeQueen Leopards on Friday, January 11, 2019.The Malvern Cheerleaders cheer for the Lady Leopards and Leopards during their games against the DeQueen Lady Leopards and Leopards on Friday, January 11, 2019.Malvern fans are all smiles as the Leopards take on the DeQueen Leopards on Friday, January 11, 2019.A Malvern fan watches the game closely as the Leopards face the DeQueen Leopards on Friday, January 11, 2019.H & R Block employees of the Malvern office presented a check with several other items to staff representatives of the Hot Spring County Homeless Coalition on Thursday, January 10, 2019 from money raised for their "Give Back to the Community Day," fundraiser. H & R Block and Hot Spring County Homeless Coalition team members set up booth’s at various locations in Malvern to accept donations from the public in an effort to raise money for the Homeless Coalition on Saturday, December 15, 2018 and Monday,Rev. J.O.T. Lea with Greater New Hope Baptist Church in Malvern was the guest speaker at the annual Malvern Martin Luther King Jr. Prayer Breakfast held on Saturday, January 12, 2019. Malvern junior Aaron Jones drives the lane to get to the basket during the Malvern Leopards game with the De Queen Leopards on Friday, January 11, 2019.Malvern junior Viktoria Jergenson dribbles past a De Queen Lady Leopard defender during their game on Friday, January 11, 2019.(11) Kinzy Pasley for Ouachita tries to dribble around Blevins’ (15) Camri Kirkham applying defensive pressure during senior high girls basketball action Friday, January 11, 2019 at Ouachita High School Gymnasium. Ouachita defeated Blevins, 55-51.Braden Rios of Glen Rose placed first in the Terry Davis Classic in Russellville on Sunday, January 6, 2019. Rios pinned all five of his opponents in the 10u 73 lbs division to earn first place and won the quickest pin contest. His teammate, Ace Earnest of Bauxite captured third place with a 3-1 record in the 8u 64 lbs division. Both are members of Raptor Youth Wrestling and train at the Southern Arkansas Wrestling Academy in Malvern. “I couldn’t be more proud of them.” Coach Doug McGuire said.Bismarck Jr. Lion Grady Howell goes up for the lay up during the finals of the Bismarck Jr. Invitational held at Holt Gymnasium on Saturday, January 12, 2019. The Lions played the Centerpoint Knights in the finals and fell 40-21 to the Knights.Bismarck Jr. Lady Lion Hannah Collie tries to beat a Centerpoint Lady Knight on a fast break during the finals of the Bismarck Jr. Invitational held at Holt Gymnasium on Saturday, January 12, 2019. The Lady Lions took on the Centerpoint Lady Knights in the finals and fell 33-12 to the Lady Knights.(13) Jared Westbrook for Ouachita skies high to score against Blevins' (11) Robert Carrigan during junior high boys basketball action Friday, January 11, 2019 at Ouachita High School Gymnasium. Blevins defeated Ouachita, 47-22.Malvern School District residents talk about the future of Malvern at the Hot Spring County Conversations Malvern Community Meeting on Tuesday, January 15, 2019 at the Boys and Girls Club of Malvern and Hot Spring County.Malvern High School teacher Daniel Daley addresses attendees at the Hot Spring County Conversations Malvern School District Community meeting on Tuesday, January 15, 2019 at the Boys and Girls Club of Malvern and Hot Spring County.Pat Carver (left) fills out a survey about what he believes the Malvern community needs to succeed. at the Hot Spring County Conversations Malvern Community Meeting on Tuesday, January 15, 2019 at the Boys and Girls Club of Malvern and Hot Spring County. Also pictured is Phyllis Dial.Hot Spring County Circuit Court Judge Eddy Easley (left) visits with Rev. Henry Mitchell prior to the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Association Prayer Breakfast on Saturday, January 12, 2019 at the Odie B. Williams Center in Malvern.Glen Rose wrestler Dusty Reasons is named the winner in his match against a Mountain Home wrestler in the Pulaski Academy Invitational on Saturday, January 12, 2019. The Glen Rose wrestling team placed 11th out of 21 teams with six wrestlers. Logan Phillips placed first with a win over Van Buren, Dalen Baldwin placed third after a win over Van Buren, Reason placed third, and Trenton Owings placed fifth after a tough match against Pulaski Academy. “Very proud of them all.” A Malvern seventh grade Cub looks for an open player during the Cubs game with the Nashville Scrappers on Monday, January 14, 2019.A Malvern eighth grade Cub tries to get past two Nashville defenders during the Cubs game with the Nashville Scrappers on Monday, January 14, 2019.Malvern Cub Jacobe Lock goes up to score during the Cubs game with the Nashville Scrappers on Monday, January 14, 2019.Remmel Dam is pictured above during late summer with minimal water being released. Entergy Arkansas has announced that Remmel Dam will begin releases a higher volume of water in the upcoming week.Vicki Giles (right) sings a solo during at the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Association Prayer Breakfast on Saturday, January 12, 2019 at the Odie B. Williams Center in Malvern.The University of Kansas signee and top D-I prospect (5) Issac McBride of the Baptist Prep Eagles soars strong to score at the rim between Glen Rose Beavers’ (2) Brayden Lyons and (10) Corbin Hughes during senior high boys basketball action Tuesday, January 15, 2019 at the Glen Rose Sports Arena. Glen Rose fell short to the Class 3A No. 1 ranked Baptist Prep, 73-50.(1) Emma McJunkins for Glen Rose hustles for a loose ball against a Baptist Prep Lady Eagle during senior high girls basketball action Tuesday, January 15, 2019 at the Glen Rose Sports Arena. The Glen Rose Lady Beavers defeated Baptist Prep, 42-32.Kinney Black shows Rotarians the copy of an early Malvern High School The Record book. Black spoke to Rotarians about the Hot Spring County Historical Society’s school project to find all schools that once existed in Hot Spring County. The list of schools is currently in 160s. Members of the metalcore band, Levels; Jacob Hubbard, left, Dalton Kennerly, Jake Sanders, Jagar Felice, and Rob Mathews, right.(5) Aubriel Lomack for the Malvern Lady Cubs leaps off the floor with steady concentration to attempt to score against Nashville during ninth grade girls junior high basketball action Thursday, January 17, 2019 at the Leopard Center. The Malvern Lady Cubs fought hard in defeat to Nashville to close out their season series matchup in junior high basketball.Magnet Cove senior Noah Maher goes for the jump shot during the Panthers game with the Carlisle Bison on Tuesday, January 15, 2019.Magnet Cove freshman Karsen Davis takes a shot during the Lady Panthers game with the Carlisle Lady Bison on Tuesday, January 15, 2019.Tom Dillard (front center) of Glen Rose has been re-elected as chairman of the Hot Spring County Democratic Committee. Other officers are from left (back) Marion Gibson, secretary; Angie Davis, treasurer; Lynette Smith, vice chair; and Walter Grant, State Committeeman and Election Commission representative.  Not pictured is Dottie Tarlton, State Committeewoman.Pictured above are (back row) Travis Worthington-board member, Jesse Clark-board member, Connie Bane-board member, Steve Williams-board member, (front) Don Rash-board member, Brian Golden-superintendent, and Keven Carr-board member. Not pictured is board member Deborah Smith.A Magnet Cove third grade Peewee Lady Panther dribbles away from the Poyen Peewee Lady Indians defense during their game at Magnet Cove on Thursday, January 17, 2019. A Poyen third grade Peewee Indian tries to get past one last Magnet Cove Peewee Panthers during their game at Magnet Cove on Thursday, January 17, 2018.(4) Dy’sire Jones for Malvern scores under the basket against Nashville during eighth grade girls basketball action Thursday, January 17, 2019 at the Leopard Center.Glen Rose students try to disrupt a Harmony Grove Cardinal during a free throw by banging on the Beaver Dam sign during the Beavers game on Friday, January 19, 2019.A young fan crawls on the court between the Beavers and Harmony Grove Cardinals games on Friday, January 18, 2019.Even the tiniest fans come to watch the Beavers on Friday, January 18, 2019.Glen Rose’s Emily Bowdle was crowned the 2019 Basketball Homecoming Queen on Friday, January 18, 2019.Glen Rose’s Emily Bowdle was named the 2019 Basketball Homecoming Queen during the evening ceremony on Friday, January 18, 2019 at the Glen Rose Arena. She was escorted by her father and her cousin during the ceremony.The Glen Rose junior Lady Beavers chase after a loose ball during their game with the Haskell Harmony Grove Lady Cardinals on Friday, January 18, 2019.Glen Rose’s Lydia Milinowski was crowned the 2019 Basketball Homecoming Jr. Princess on Friday, January 18, 2019.Glen Rose’s Aubrey Jackson was crowned the 2019 Basketball Homecoming Sr. Princess on Friday, January 18, 2019.Glen Rose senior Corbin Hughes watches the ball during the Beavers game with the Haskell Harmony Grove Cardinals on Friday, January 18, 2019.Glen Rose junior Nicole Schneider looks to throw the ball to sophomore Love Doddridge (23) during the Lady Beavers game with the Haskell Harmony Grove Lady Cardinals on Friday, January 18, 2019.The following students were chosen as Malvern Elementary School Fall 4th Grade Terrific Kids. Students celebrated with Rev. Mitchell (right) and Mrs. Stoecker (not pictured) with the Kiwanis Club of Malvern with an Ice Cream Party on Friday, January 18  in Mrs. Hedges' officeLouis Smith, minister of the Colonel Glenn Church of Christ, was the keynote speaker at the Martin Luther King Jr. Association’s 25th Annual Banquet on Saturday, January 19, 2019. Smith spoke on this year’s theme “Never Lose Hope! Achieve the Struggle”. Smith used Matthew chapter 15 verse 21-28 and Mark chapter 7 verse 25 from the Bible to explain that through faith, one can never lose hope and that they can achieve the struggle.Drs. Matt and Jesse Teale and the staff at Teale Dentistry and others prepare to break ground at the groundbreaking ceremony for their new office on Tuesday, January 16, 2019. Jaime Jorge(24) Grace Baker for the Ouachita Jr. Lady Warriors handles the ball to start the transition to surpass several Mt. Pine Jr. Lady Red Devils during junior high girls basketball action on Friday, January 18, 2019 at Ouachita High School Gymnasium.(43) Haley Langley for the Ouachita Lady Warriors gets set to shoot behind the arc for a three-pointer against Mt. Pine during senior high girls basketball action Friday, January 18, 2019 at Ouachita High School Gymnasium.Malvern hometown native, Kenneth Newburn, now of Dallas, Texas, with the MLK Gospel Fest Community Choir, shares an inspiring message with the congregation, before the choir rendered a few selections during the 25th Annual Gospel Fest Program at Greater New Hope Baptist Church, Sunday, January 20, 2019. Newburn, a well-known gospel choir director and musician from Malvern, served as director of the MLK Gospel Fest Community Choir.Malvern Dr. Martin King Luther Jr. Association’s annual MLK Parade Grand Marshal Claudine James waves at parade goers during the annual parade on Monday, January 21, 2019 in downtown Malvern. The parade was part of several scheduled activities in honor of celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday, January 15, as a national holiday of observance.(2) John Fowler for the Ouachita Warriors soars between a host of Mt. Pine Red Devils to score in the lane during senior high boys basketball action Friday, January 18, 2019 at Ouachita High School Gymnasium.J.D. PlumleeGlen Coston, Magnet Cove School Board member was recognized last month in Little Rock at the 2018 Arkansas School Boards Association’s 65th Annual Conference. Debbie Ugbade (left), president of the ASBA, and Tony Prothro (right), executive director of the ASBA, presented the Pinnacle Award to Mr. Coston (center) for earning at least 200 hours of continuing education through workshops, seminars or other board development activities designed to improve their effectiveness as members of the local school board.A Poyen seventh grade Lady Indian shoots from behind the arc against a Magnet Cove seventh grade Lady Panther during their game on Monday, January 21, 2019.The Poyen jr. high Indians try to block the Magnet Cove jr. Panthers inbound pass during their game on Monday, January 21, 2019.Poyen junior Kyla Puckett (00) shoots the ball while Magnet Cove senior Lily Barber (44) tries to block the shot during the Lady Panthers game with the Lady Indians on Monday, January 21, 2019.Magnet Cove senior Ethan Zaunbrecher (2) dribbles the ball past Poyen sophomore Brandon Sanchez during the Panthers game with the Indians on Monday, January 21, 2019.The Malvern Dr. Martin King Luther Jr. Association held it’s annual MLK Parade Monday, January 21, 2019 on downtown main street in Malvern. The Malvern High School Marching Band, The Praise Team of First Baptist Church on Vine Street in Malvern provided a stellar performance during the 25th Annual Malvern Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Association Gospel Fest held on Sunday, January 20, 2019 at New Greater Hope Baptist Church in Malvern. The service featured Greater New Hope Baptist Church Brotherhood Men’s Choir and the MLK Gospel Fest Community Choir. Malvern native Kenneth Newburn served as the choir director of the MLK Gospel Fest Community Choir. The Praise Team of First Baptist Church on Vine Street in Malvern provided a stellar performance during the 25th Annual Malvern Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Association Gospel Fest held on Sunday, January 20, 2019 at New Greater Hope Baptist Church in Malvern. The service featured Greater New Hope Baptist Church Brotherhood Men’s Choir and the MLK Gospel Fest Community Choir.The Malvern Dr. Martin King Luther Jr. Association held it’s annual MLK Parade Monday, January 21, 2019 on downtown main street in Malvern. Hot Spring County Judge Dennis Thornton and several participants held signs in honor of Dr. King Jr.’s birthday.The Malvern Dr. Martin King Luther Jr. Association held it’s annual MLK Parade Monday, January 21, 2019 on downtown main street in Malvern. Several participants held signs in honor of Dr. King Jr.’s birthday.The Malvern Dr. Martin King Luther Jr. Association held it’s annual MLK Parade Monday, January 21, 2019 on downtown main street in Malvern. Hot Spring County Judge Dennis Thornton and several participants held signs in honor of Dr. King Jr.’s birthday.Lady Knighthawk Laney Wallace dribbles the ball during the Lady Knighthawks game on Monday, January 21, 2019.Red Cross program specialist Michelle Corbin leads students at Wilson Intermediate School in the Red Cross Pillowcase Project held at the school on January 10 and 11, 2019. Work continues on the restoration of Malvern’s Food Center at 534 South Main Street in Malvern. The store is set to reopen on February 20, 2019. Details of the grand reopening will be announced at a later date. To follow the stores process visit its Facebook page. (23) Kiya Mitchell for Malvern goes up strong to score under the basket over a few Mena Ladycats while teammate (1) Tiffany Monk is seen focused on the action during senior high girls basketball on Tuesday, January 22, 2019 at the Leopard Center.(3) Dakovon Blackmon for the Malvern Leopards towers to score from the post area between a pair of Mena Bearcats during senior high boys basketball action Tuesday, January 22, 2019 at the Leopard Center. Blackmon led the Leopards in scoring with 25 points. Malvern fell short of victory against Mena in 7-4A Conference play.2) Logan Schneider for the Malvern Leopards pulls up to shoot in the lane over a pair of Mena Bearcats during senior high boys basketball action Tuesday, January 22, 2019 at the Leopard Center.Glen Rose senior Aubrey Jackson signed her national letter of intent to play softball at Crowley’s Ridge College at the Glen Rose Arena on Thursday, January 24, 2019.Members of the Malvern High School JROTC Color Guard presented the colors as attendees at the annual Chamber of Commerce Awards Banquet sang the National Anthem. Award winners photos will be published next week.Bismarck junior Joshua Allsup shoots the three-pointer against the Prescott Curley Wolves during their game at Holt Gymnasium on Tuesday, January 22, 2019.Bismarck jr. Lady Lion Hannah Collie dribbles around a Prescott jr. Lady Wolf during their game at Holt Gymnasium on Tuesday, January 22, 2019. The jr. Lady Lions defeated the jr. Lady Wolves 41-19.Bismarck senior Bri Samspon looks at the goal while surrounded by the Prescott Lady Wolves defense during their game at Holt Gymnasium on Tuesday, January 22, 2019.Two photos taken one day apart reflect the sky’s beauty that can often be seen in the western sky as you look across the Hot Spring County Courthouse lawn. The (submitted to the MDR by Erica Brown) was taken on Sunday, January 20, 2019.  The other photo was taken by Malvern Daily Record editor Gretchen Ritchey on Monday, January 21, 2019. Both photos show courthouse pavilion and the lit courthouse In God We Trust rock, and are taken in close proximity of the other one day apart. Two photos taken one day apart reflect the sky’s beauty that can often be seen in the western sky as you look across the Hot Spring County Courthouse lawn. The (submitted to the MDR by Erica Brown) was taken on Sunday, January 20, 2019.  The other photo was taken by Malvern Daily Record editor Gretchen Ritchey on Monday, January 21, 2019. Both photos show courthouse pavilion and the lit courthouse In God We Trust rock, and are taken in close proximity of the other one day apart. Miss Asijah (Asia) Yarbrough received Young Person of the Year at the annual Chamber of Commerce Awards Banquet on Thursday, January 24, 2019. She is the Senior Class secretary, was a Girls State delegate in the summer of 2018, and is a member of the student council. The award is sponsored by Bank OZK and receives a $250 scholarship from the Chamber of Commerce Scholarship Fund. Blue & You Foundation presented a check for $54,240 to Hot Spring County on Monday, January 28, 2018. Pictured above left to right is (front) Terry Eubanks, director HSC Department of Emergency Management; HSC Judge Dennis Thornton; Melissa Ramsey, Ouachita Fire Department; Rebecca A. Pittillo, BlueCross BlueShield Regional Executive; Danna Carver, HSC Grants Advisory Committee; Jeremy Brown, BlueCross BlueShield Regional Operations Manager; (back) Blake Hughes, Southwest Rural Volunteer Fire DepartmentCharlesa Black (left) was awarded the Educator of the Year Award by Scott White, with Farmers Bank & Trust, at the annual Chamber of Commerce Awards Banquet on Thursday, January 24, 2019. She is one of her Malvern School District’s great assets.  She has been in the Education field for 25 years. The award is sponsored by Farmers Bank & Trust.Bismarck fans focus closely on the game between the Lions and the Prescott Curley Wolves at Holt Gymnasium on Tuesday, January 22, 2019.A Bismarck fan disagrees with a call during the game between the Lions and the Prescott Curley Wolves at Holt Gymnasium on Tuesday, January 22, 2019.Bismarck fans watch, discuss, eat, and enjoy the game between the Lions and the Prescott Curley Wolves at Holt Gymnasium on Tuesday, January 22, 2019.Bismarck fans enjoy a treat from the concession stand during the Lions and the Prescott Curley Wolves game at Holt Gymnasium on Tuesday, January 22, 2019.Danny Riggan received the Lifetime Achievement Award at the annual Chamber of Commerce Awards Banquet on Thursday, January 24, 2019. Riggan has been a recognized leader in his community and has been dedicated to many organizations within Malvern and Hot Spring County. The Lifetime Achievement Award is sponsored by Diamond Lakes Federal Credit Union.Danny Riggan (left) presented Shelyn Davis the Healthcare Worker of the Year award at the annual Chamber of Commerce Awards Banquet on Thursday, January 24, 2019. She has been doing her job since 1990 and just recently opened her own business in 2018. Davis goes above and beyond for her customers and is dedicated to her job and the health and well-being of others. The award is sponsored by McClure Real Estate.Malvern Lions Club President Donnie Taber (left) presented Lieutenant Glen Pye, with the Hot Spring County Sheriff’s Office (right), the Law Officer of the Year Award at the annual Chamber of Commerce Awards Banquet on Thursday, January 24, 2019. Pye has had a lifetime career in law enforcement. He conducts himself in a manner which allows him to treat all parties involved with dignity and respect. The award is sponsored by the Malvern Lions Club. Stan and Donna May (left and center) were presented the Business of the Year Award by Mark Roberts with Malvern National Bank at the annual Chamber of Commerce Awards Banquet on Thursday, January 24, 2019. This business has been locally owned and operated for 33 years. The owners have spent over 30 years teaching and guiding youngsters. They have a passion and a love for children – theirs and yours. The award is sponsored by Malvern National Bank.Gerald Williams (left) was presented the Kristi Parker Norris Community Service Award by Kelly Freudensprung, publisher of Malvern Daily Record, at the annual Chamber of Commerce Awards Banquet on Thursday, January 24, 2019. Williams is the current editor of The Heritage for the Hot Spring County Historical Society as well as a former board member. He has served as Pastor at five churches in the area and is currently serving as the Pastor at Glen Rose Assembly of God.Captain Jonathan Farber (left), with Malvern Fire Department received Firefighter of the Year at the annual Chamber of Commerce Awards Banquet on Thursday, January 24, 2019. Farber has been a fireman for 16 years. He is dedicated to training the other firefighters to work more effectively while always maintaining safety.  The award is sponsored by Bill Scrimshire. Also pictured is Jennifer Eubanks with the Malvern/HSC Chamber of CommerceKathy Ramsey (left) presented Von Michael, with College of the Ouachitas the Manager of the Year award at the annual Chamber of Commerce Awards Banquet on Thursday, January 24, 2019. Michael is very active within the community, is the current president of Brickfest and believes that volunteering in her community helps Malvern and Hot Spring County become a more successful place. The award is sponsored by Southern Bancorp.Tiaunica Henderson for Malvern drives hard past the Arkadelphia Lady Badgers' defense during senior high girls basketball action Friday, January 25, 2019 at AHS Gymnasium. Henderson led the Lady Leopards in scoring with 13 points for double-figures. The Malvern Lady Leopards prevailed over Arkadelphia, 48-25.(11) Jabri Artis for Malvern concentrates at the foul line before attempting to shoot a pair of free-throws during ninth grade boys basketball action Thursday, January 24, 2019 at the Leopard CenterThe Ouachita Warriors 5th grade boys basketball team finished their season 11-1 in conference.  The Warriors beat Poyen 27-17 in the final game of the South Central 2A tournament on Saturday, January 26, 2019 to take home the championship trophy for the second year in a row.A Bismarck 7th grader takes a shot over a Magnet Cove 7th grader during their game on Monday, January 28, 2019 at Holt Gymnasium.The Bismarck and Magnet Cove 7th grade girls fight for the ball during their game on Monday, January 28, 2019 at Holt Gymnasium.Bismarck’s Ian Smith dribbles to the basket during the jr. Lions game with the Magnet Cove jr. Panthers on Monday, January 28, 2019 at Holt Gymnasium.Bismarck’s Kady Pleasants tries to get past the Magnet Cove jr. Lady Panthers defense during their game at Holt Gymnasium on Monday, January 28, 2019.Mark Roberts (left), President of MNB, presents check to Dr. Steve Rook, President of COTO for the Malvern National Bank Endowed Scholarship.Disabled American Veterans Hot Springs, James L. Whitby Chapter 5 members Benny Arego, Rick Martin, and Gene Rasure recently volunteered to give hospitalized veterans at the Eugene J. Towbin Veterans Healthcare Center in North Little Rock free ice cream. The DAV is a nonprofit charity that provides a lifetime of support for veterans of all generations and their families, helping more than 1 million veterans in positive, life-changing ways each year. Malvern junior high cheerleaders showcased their talents for the hometown hoop fans during halftime on Monday, January 28, 2019 at the Leopard Center. The Malvern junior high cheerleaders have shown their support for the Cubs and Lady Cubs basketball teams during the 2018-19 season. Each cheer team member was introduced before Monday night’s performance. The Malvern junior high cheerleaders are under the direction of Mandy Green.Malvern junior high cheerleaders showcased their talents for the hometown hoop fans during halftime on Monday, January 28, 2019 at the Leopard Center. The Malvern junior high cheerleaders have shown their support for the Cubs and Lady Cubs basketball teams during the 2018-19 season. Each cheer team member was introduced before Monday night’s performance. The Malvern junior high cheerleaders are under the direction of Mandy Green.Malvern junior high cheerleaders showcased their talents for the hometown hoop fans during halftime on Monday, January 28, 2019 at the Leopard Center. The Malvern junior high cheerleaders have shown their support for the Cubs and Lady Cubs basketball teams during the 2018-19 season. Each cheer team member was introduced before Monday night’s performance. The Malvern junior high cheerleaders are under the direction of Mandy Green.Malvern junior high cheerleaders showcased their talents for the hometown hoop fans during halftime on Monday, January 28, 2019 at the Leopard Center. The Malvern junior high cheerleaders have shown their support for the Cubs and Lady Cubs basketball teams during the 2018-19 season. Each cheer team member was introduced before Monday night’s performance. The Malvern junior high cheerleaders are under the direction of Mandy Green.Jennifer L. Jones(6) Trevion Richardson for Malvern skies-high for the lay-up during seventh grade boys basketball action against Bauxite on Monday, January 28, 2019 at the Leopard Center. Malvern posted a dominating victory over Bauxite, 47-15.(12) Chasney Cooper for Malvern shoots a free-throw during seventh grade girls basketball competition against Bauxite on Monday, January 28, 2019 at the Leopard Center. Malvern fell short to Bauxite, 10-6.The Ouachita Warriors 6th grade boys basketball team finished their season 10-1 in conference.  The Warriors beat  Mt. Ida 41-17 in the final game of the South Central 2A tournament on Saturday, January 26, 2019 to take home the championship trophy. Pictured Back Row L to R:  Owen Floriani, Trey Cox, Cameron Mattingly, Konnor VanHorn, Luke Howard, Jace Ramsey, Aiden Witherington, Ethan White and Coach Regan Jones. Front Row L to R:  Aric Nutt, Cameron O’Donovan, Ashton Ivy, James Jones and Aiden Morrison.Area Agency on Aging Senior Companion Program presented donations received during the programs MLK Day of Service to Breath of Life Pregnancy Resource Center in Malvern on Thursday, January 24, 2019. Pictured above is (left to right) Dorothy Brennan, assistant director Senior Companion Program; Lori Voss, Program Coordinator, Senior Companion Program; Beverlyn Williams, Senior Companion Volunteer Coordinator; Pam Robideaux, director Breath of Life Pregnancy Resource Center, and Cynthia LukeElijah Mitchell for Malvern soars in the air to score a basket against the Bauxite Jr. Miners during ninth grade boys junior high basketball action on Monday, January 28, 2019 at the Leopard Center.The Malvern High School JROTC presents the colors before the 2019 Malvern/ Hot Spring County Chamber of Commerce Awards Banquet on Thursday, January 24, 2019.Danny Games with Entergy Arkansas was the keynote speaker during the 2019 Malvern/ Hot Spring County Chamber of Commerce Awards Banquet on Thursday, January 24, 2019.Donnie Taber (right), President of the Malvern Lions Club presents Glen Pye with the Law Officer of the Year Award during the 2019 Malvern/ Hot Spring County Chamber of Commerce Awards Banquet on Thursday, January 24, 2019.Members of the Hot Spring County Conversations Executive Committee and Steering Committees pose for a picture with County Judge Dennis Thornton (center) and Amy Whitehead (far left) from University of Centeal Arkasnas Community Development after receiving the Arkansas Community Development Program Award at the 2019 Malvern/ Hot Spring County Chamber of Commerce Awards Banquet on Thursday, January 24, 2019.Star Casey for Malvern makes a strong move toward the lane past the Bauxite Jr. Lady Miners during ninth grade girls junior high basketball action Monday, January 28, 2019 at the Leopard Center.Malvern Lions Club President, Donnie Taber, poses with Malvern Mayor Brenda Weldon after Mayor Weldon spoke to Lions members on Tuesday, January 29, 2019 during their weekly meeting.Malvern Lions Club President, Donnie Taber, poses with Malvern Mayor Brenda Weldon after Mayor Weldon spoke to Lions members on Tuesday, January 29, 2019 during their weekly meeting.

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