October 2018 Photographs

Hot Spring County Election Commissioners Jerry Craycraft (left) and Jim Houpt (right) and Election Coordinator Patty Griggs learn the operation of the new voter machines at the Hot Spring County Election Commission during machine testing on Tuesday, October 2, 2018. Malvern senior Kealy Barber serves the ball for the Lady Leopards during their game with the Fountain Lake Lady Cobras on Monday, October 1, 2018. The Lady Leopards lost 3-0 to the Lady Cobras.A Malvern junior high volleyball player goes up for the kill during the Lady Leopards game against the Fountain Lake Lady Cobras on Monday, October 1, 2018. The Lady Leopards lost 2-1 to the Lady Cobras. Malvern sophomore Makenzie Hambrick goes up to spike the ball for the Lady Leopards during the junior varsity game with the Fountain Lake Lady Cobras on Monday, October 1, 2018. The Lady Leopards lost 2-1 to the Lady Cobras.Hot Spring County Master Gardeners Paula Morrison (left) , Gail McClure (middle), and Pam Hall bring winter life to the flower bed by planting winter hardy plants and flowers at Malvern City Hall on Friday, September 28, 2018.  The Master Gardeners are currently recruiting new members. Contact Rachel Bearden at the County Extension office at (501) 332-5267 or 1415 Smith Street in Malvern.Bismarck senior Dylan Clayton rushes the ball during a recent game.Janet Freeman gives an alpaca a treat during during National Alpaca Farm Days on Saturday, September 29, 2018 at Chez Fur Fiber Farm on Highway 9 in Malvern. Jim Freeman gives a sheep a treat during National Alpaca Farm Days on Saturday, September 29, 2018 at Chez Fur Fiber Farm on Highway 9 in Malvern as Janet Freeman watches.Kim Shaffer co-owner of Chez Fur Fiber Farm demonstrates feeding an alpaca during National Alpaca Farm Days on Saturday, September 29, 2018 at Chez Fur Fiber Farm on Highway 9 in Malvern.Magnet Cove senior Trenton Robinson tries to outrun Poyen junior Carson Keen during the Panthers and Indians game on Friday, September 27, 2018The Leopards secondary gets ready to make a tackle during a recent game.The Leopards offense watches from the sideline during a recent game.Malvern senior Tiaunica Henderson spikes the ball during the Lady Leopards game against Camden Fairview on Tuesday, October 2, 2018.Sophomore Jaxson Carter steps in as quarterback for the Indians during a recent game.Sophomore Brandon Sanchez rushes the ball for the Indians during a recent game.Clare Graham, MLS, regional director of the Malvern-Hot Spring County Library demonstrates painting a razorback at an Adult Painting class on Thursday, September 27, 2018 at the library. Visit www.hsclibrary.arkansas.gov for upcoming library events.The Kindergarten class of Dani Ragan of Glen Rose Elementary School were surprised by members of the flight crew with Survival Flight, during Community Helpers week. Students were also visited by members of the Glen Rose Fire Department and Rockport Police Department on Wednesday, October 3, 2018.Hot Spring County Master Gardeners Ann Phelan (right) and Freddy Hughes dedicated variable time Thursday morning Oct. 4, 2018 to provide gardening work at the entrance sign of Morrison Park ball field’s complex. Over the years, they’ve cared for several flower bed projects in Malvern and enjoy serving their community during the process.The Poyen junior high cheerleading squad cheer on the junior high Indians as they took on the Cutter Morning Star Eagles on Thursday, October 4, 2018. The Indians beat the Eagles 34-8.Eagle down! Two Poyen Indian junior high football players bring down the Cutter Morning Star quarterback during their game on Thursday, October 4, 2018. The Indians beat the Eagles 34-8.Employees of Hot Spring County and elected officials went pink on Friday, October 5, 2018 in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Pictured above left to right are; (front) Bailiff Scott Walters, Jill Parish, Susie Cash, Vatries Gulley, Allison Collie, Shauna Walton, Brandi Lingo, Cheryl Bryant, (middle) Glorie Thornton, Circuit Judge Chris E Williams, Treasurer Mary Cansler, Renee Elliott, (back) Beth Selph, Lori Burks, County Clerk Sandy Boyette, and County Judge Dennis Thornton.Barbara Key (sitting) listens as Hot Spring County Judge Dennis Thornton reads a proclamation proclaiming the day Barbara Key Day for her retirement during a reception on Friday, September 28, 2018 at the courthouse pavilion.Kathy Beard stands beside the Hot Spring County Courthouse In God We Trust rock as a reminder of her trust in God to get her through cancer. Beard has been cancer free since 2007. She is also a mother, grandmother and published children’s book author.The Magnet Cove offense utilizing their ground attack to move past the Quitman’s defense that gave the Panthers a 60-41 victory Friday night for 5-2A Conference play.The Malvern Leopards defense takes down the quarterback for the Ashdown Panthers during their game on Friday, October 5, 2018. The Panthers defeated the Leopards 47-15.The Malvern junior high and senior high cheerleaders hosted a Little Leopard Cheer Camp for the week of October 1 through October 5 and performed before the Malvern Leopards game with the Ashdown Panthers on Friday, October 5, 2018.Fans stand as the Leopards run onto the field for their game against the Ashdown Panthers on Friday, October 5, 2018Fans line the fence before the start of the Leopards game against the Ashdown Panthers on Friday, October 5, 2018.Taken at the Malvern vs. Ashdown Game on Friday, October 5, 2018.Tiaunica Henderson athlete of the weekRick Watts of the Burlsworth Foundation, addresses employees of the Ouachita River Corrections Unit on Friday, September 28, 2018, during ORCU’s 15th Annual Employee Award Luncheon.Nick Bradford with Arkansas Food Bank gives Kiwanis an overview of the Food Bank at Malvern Area Kiwanis weekly meeting on Thursday, October 4, 2018.The Poyen PeeWee cheerleaders performed during halftime of the fifth grade PeeWee game of the Magnet Cove Panthers and the Poyen Indians on Monday, October 8, 2018.A Poyen fifth grade PeeWee player eyes a Magnet Cove Panther defensive player during their game on Monday, October 8, 2018. The Panthers beat the Indians 22-8.Vernon Maupin (left) was sworn in by Hot Spring County Judge Dennis Thornton on Tuesday, October 9, 2018 after being appointed to the Governor’s Advisory Council on Aging by Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson.Malvern Daily Record publisher Kelly Freudensprung (left) and retired MDR publisher Richard Folds talk during the MDR 102 anniversary celebration on Friday, October 5, 2018.Hot Spring County Judge Dennis Thornton (right) talks to patrons while at the MDR 102 anniversary celebration on Friday, October 5, 2018.Michelle Cummins (left) and Stephanie Rhea share a hug and a smile at the MDR 102 anniversary celebration on Friday, October 5, 2018.Patrons sign up for door prizes while at the MDR 102 anniversary celebration on Friday, October 5, 2018.Even the littles celebrate with a hot dog and chips during the MDR 102 anniversary celebration on Friday, October 5, 2018.Malvern Daily Record publisher Kelly Freudensprung mans the grill at the MDR 102 anniversary celebration on Friday, October 5, 2018.Brandon Rimmer squeezes mustard on his hot dog while at the MDR 102 anniversary celebration on Friday, October 5, 2018.Bismarck senior Brock Tenbrink checks with the line judge before a play during a recent game.During a recent game against the Fountain Lake Lady Cobras, the Malvern junior and senior volleyball team wore pink in support of Dig Pink. Dig Pink is a nationwide movement to provide meaningful and impactful experiences for athletes while inspiring and empowering them to come together in support of the breast cancer community. The Lady Leopards as well as the Lady Cobras take a picture with those who have survived cancer.Lions Club President Donnie Taber (left) stands with guest speakers Pat (middle) and Dana Carver after the Lions Club weekly meeting on Tuesday, October 9, 2018.The Magnet Cove offense utilizing their ground attack to move past the Quitman’s defense that gave the Panthers a 60-41 victory Friday night for 5-2A Conference playHSC Sheriff Mike Cash presents Lt. Glen Pye with the Law Enforcement Officer of the Year Award from the offices of State of Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge Kelly Freudensprung, Publisher of The Malvern Daily Record of Malvern and The Saline Courier of Benton newspapers addressed the Malvern Rotary Club on Wednesday afternoon October 10, 2018 at Western Sizzlin. Freudensprung introduced himself to all Rotary Club members present and provided inspiring important information about the newspaper business. He emphasized the importance of how small town newspapers strongly connects and stay relevant with the community. His goal is for the paper to touch livesThe Glen Rose junior high offense sets up for a big gain during their game with the Jessieville Lions on Thursday, October 11, 2018. The Beavers beat the Lions 16-0.A Glen Rose seventh grade player tries to ward off a Jessieville Lions defender during their game on Thursday, October 11, 2018. The Beavers lost 8-0 to the Lions.Members and guests at the Malvern Senior Activity Center studied their cards in hopes of being the first to yell BINGO on Thursday, October 11, 2018. Bismarck junior Jayson Coleman avoids a tackle by a Horatio defender during Bismarck’s game with Horatio on Friday, October 12, 2018. Horatio won 18-13.The 2018 Bismarck Homecoming Queen is senior Chloe Spraggins. She was escorted by her father and senior Dylan Clayton during the evening ceremony on Friday, October 12,2018.Poyen’s (1) quarterback Jacob Farmer goes on the run to make a play by avoiding Bigelow’s defense during their bout at Malvern National Bank Stadium Friday night in Poyen Poyen’s won 39-28 over Bigelow.Bismarck senior maid Belle Harmon during the 2018 Bismarck Homecoming evening ceremony on Friday, October 12, 2018.Bismarck junior maid Bianca Pettus during the 2018 Bismarck Homecoming evening ceremony on Friday, October 12, 2018.The 2018 Bismarck Homecoming Queen, Chloe Spraggins was escorted by her father during the 2018 Bismarck Homecoming evening ceremony on Friday, October 12, 2018.The 2018 Bismarck Homecoming prince, Aiden Farrell and princess, Eva Denton during the 2018 Bismarck Homecoming evening ceremony on Friday, October 12, 2018.Bismarck senior maid Cassidy Mueller during the 2018 Bismarck Homecoming evening ceremony on Friday, October 12, 2018.Bismarck senior maid Cecilia Howell during the 2018 Bismarck Homecoming evening ceremony on Friday, October 12, 2018.Crown the King Elvis Contest promoter Cyndi Muncrief with Hospice Home Care, Malvern Senior Activity Center Director Darlene Bryant and co-sponsor Tamara Gray with BrightStar Care show the trophy and prize that will be awarded to the best Elivs on Wednesday, October 24, 2018. Bismarck junior maid Emily Fields during the 2018 Bismarck Homecoming evening ceremony on Friday, October 12, 2018.Taken at the Bismarck vs. Horatio Game on Friday, October 12, 2018.Bismarck junior maid Gloria Berry during the 2018 Bismarck Homecoming evening ceremony on Friday, October 12, 2018.Bismarck junior maid Jennifer Diaz during the 2018 Bismarck Homecoming evening ceremony on Friday, October 12, 2018.Bismarck sophomore maid Kalie Lacy during the 2018 Bismarck Homecoming evening ceremony on Friday, October 12, 2018.Bismarck senior maid Karigan Beckwith during the 2018 Bismarck Homecoming evening ceremony on Friday, October 12, 2018.Bismarck junior maid Katelyn Shoultz during the 2018 Bismarck Homecoming evening ceremony on Friday, October 12, 2018.Bismarck senior maid Lauren Corley during the 2018 Bismarck Homecoming evening ceremony on Friday, October 12, 2018.Bismarck senior maid Madyson Calhoun during the 2018 Bismarck Homecoming evening ceremony on Friday, October 12, 2018.Bismarck sophomore maid Makenna Norris during the 2018 Bismarck Homecoming evening ceremony on Friday, October 12, 2018.Bismarck sophomore maid Mirissa Kegley during the 2018 Bismarck Homecoming evening ceremony on Friday, October 12, 2018.Magnet Cove Panthers senior high cheerleaders are showcasing their excitement and spirits to pump up the fans during previous home football games at Kenneth W. Hammonds Stadium. Both the Magnet Cove senior and junior high cheer squads provide talented performances at halftime to keep the atmosphere enthused for their Panthers football teams.Magnet Cove Panthers junior high cheerleaders are showcasing their excitement and spirits to pump up the fans during previous home football games at Kenneth W. Hammonds Stadium. Both the Magnet Cove senior and junior high cheer squads provide talented performances at halftime to keep the atmosphere enthused for their Panthers football teams.Malvern freshman Rylee White goes up for the block during the ninth grade Lady Leopards game against the Mena Ladycats on Tuesday, October 16, 2018. The Lady Leopards lost 2-0 to the Ladycats. They lost set one 25-10 and set two 25-14.Malvern senior Abby Leming spikes the ball during the Lady Leopards senior high game against the Mena Ladycats on Tuesday, October 16, 2018. The Lady Leopards lost 3-1 to the Ladycats.Jerry Nipper explains his latest pulley lock design at a recent Malvern Rotary Club meeting.Scene from South Malvern Fire Department station dedication ceremony of honor guard, family, friends of the three honorable founding members stand and salute during the National Anthem.Warriors (2) John Fowler starts the fast-break with (20) Nathaniel Sandage trailing against Sacred Heart Rebels during Ouachita’s senior high basketball team’s season opener Tuesday night Oct. 16 at Ouachita High School Gymnasium. The Warriors lost 43-35.Frank Kratz, Buryl Attaway and Carroll Neeper with Fire Chief Steve Turner and former Fire Chief Jimmy Crain.Senator Alan Clark expresses words of gratitude in honor of appreciation to South Malvern Fire Station founding members Frank Kratz, Buryl Attaway and Carroll Neeper during the ceremonyLocal singing sensation Emma Eubanks honors america by singing of the National Anthem. Scene from South Malvern Fire Department station dedication ceremony of honor guard, family, friends of the three honorable founding members stand and salute during the National Anthem.-County Judge Dennis Thornton stands in honor of America during the singing of the National Anthem.Honor Guard present flags to the station's new flag pole.South Malvern Fire Department founding members Frank Kratz, Buryl Attaway and Carroll Neeper with County Judge Dennis Thornton, Senator Alan Clark display their dedication plaques of 30 plus years of appreciation.Left Photo: The Poyen offense looks to the sideline for the next play call during a recent game against the Magnet Cove Panthers.Poyen’s star running back (18) Brandon Sanchez explodes to soar past the Bigelow defense during football action for the Indians. Sanchez accounted to huge touchdown scores against the Panthers in Poyen’s 11-point 39-28 home victory in conference play.Ouachita Lady Warriors opened the 2018 basketball season victorious against Sacred Heart Lady Rebels of Morrilton 48-41 Tuesday night Oct. 17 for senior high girls basketball action at Ouachita High School Gymnasium. Pictured, (10) Lizzy Rowton and Kinzy Pasley colliding with a pair of Lady Rebels during game action. The Lady Warriors begin hoops season 1-0.Malvern junior Christian Warren runs the ball during a recent game.The Malvern defense lines up against the Ashdown offense during a recent game.The Malvern Leopards run onto the field before a recent game.The Malvern defense stuffs the Ashdown quarterback during a recent game.A Magnet Cove runner tries to escape the clutches of a Poyen defensive player during a recent game.Magnet Cove’s (55) Ty Dawson stretches arms out to make the deflection defensively during a home football game this season at Kenneth W. Hammonds Stadium.Lady Warriors (00) Bella Daniell drives strong along the baseline to score against Sacred Heart Lady Rebels’ defense on Tuesday Oct. 16 at Ouachita High School Gymnasium. The Lady Warriors beat the Lady Rebels 48-41Candidates for the office of  Hot Spring County Sherrif, incumbent HSC Sheriff Mike Cash (left), and opponent, Woody Perry, debate issues important to citizens of HSC on Tuesday, October 16, 2018, at the HSC Pilitical Debate held at the Senior Activity Center.Code Enforcement of the City of Malvern arranged longtime old Chief Gas Station, Phillips 66 Company building located on 505 East Page Ave. in Malvern to be tore down and demolished Thursday (October 18, 2018) morning by Hobbs' Contractors, Inc., a commercial and residential crew. They handle project's of dismantling abandoned buildings, houses, etc., stationed on properties that need attention for service. It's apart of Code Enforcement's mission and duties to help clean up the city.Darlene Bryant (center) receives a certificate of appreciation from Malvern Lions Club President Donnie Taber after speaking to Lions members about the Malvern Senior Activity Center. Also pictured is Lion member Barbara SchadowskiA Fountain Lake Cobras player loses the ball in front of the Junior Cubs defense during their game on Thursday, October 18, 2018. The Junior Cubs beat the Cobras 27-18.Jace Roberts, Chief of Staff of Malvern School District addressed Malvern Rotary Club members on Wednesday Oct. 17 at Western Sizzlin. Roberts emphasized about homecoming festivities for Malvern School District this Friday Oct. 19, which includes the Wall of Honor ceremony to be held at Claude Mann Stadium for pre-game ceremonies. Those being inducted into the Wall of Honor include William Don Baker, Vonda Lee West Cranford, Dr. James Nathaniel McCollum, and Patricial Jane Williamson. Brett Ausley (left) with Ausley Farms in Bismarck poses with Rotarian Billy Jack Gipson at a recent Rotary meeting.The Glen Rose Jr. Beavers defensive unit stops Perryville’s offense from gaining yardage to score during their intense battle for junior high action. The Jr. Beavers’ defense held Perryville scoreless for the final three quarters of the game to secure a 14-6 victory in their final home game of the season at Beaver StadiumGlen Rose Beavers seventh grade football team and coaching staff celebrate at midfield after securing their 27-0 shutout victory against Perryville Thursday night Oct. 18 for the final home game of the season at Beaver Stadium.Malvern senior London Florence tries to break a tackle during the Leopards game against the Fountain Lake Cobras on Friday, October 19, 2018. The Cobras beat the Leopards 35-0.The 2018 Malvern Homecoming Queen is Emma Green. She was escorted by her father.Malvern senior London Florence waits for the kickoff during the Leopards game with the Fountain Lake Cobras on Friday, October 19, 2018. The Cobras beat the Leopards 35-0.It was a wet night for the Poyen Indians as they tried to defeat the Quitman Bulldogs on Friday, October 19, 2018. The Bulldogs won 41-20.The rain didn’t stop the Poyen senior high cheerleaders from cheering for the Indians during their game with the Quitman Bulldogs on Friday, October 19, 2018. The Bulldogs won 41-20.The 2018 Poyen Homecoming Queen is Kaitlyn Hill.The Malvern School District inducted four new members to their Wall of Honor on Friday, October 19. The inductees along with their families were honored with a ceremony in the Leopard Center prior to the Leopards football game on Friday. Those inducted to the Wall of Honor include William Don Baker, Vonda Lee West Cranford, Dr. James Nathaniel McCollum, and Patricial Jane Williamson.Teachers and staff from Malvern Elementary School celebrate finishing the Homeless Coalition’s Running for Cover 5K on Saturday, October 20, 2018. The teachers also won a prize for best dressed after the race.The family of the late William Don Baker celebrate his induction into the Malvern Wall of Honor during a ceremony on Friday, October 19, 2018.Vonda Lee West Cranford (fifth from left) is inducted into the Malvern Wall of Honor during a ceremony on Friday, October 19, 2018. She is pictured with her family.Dr. James Nathaniel McCollum (holding plaque) is inducted into the Malvern Wall of Honor during a ceremony on Friday, October 19, 2018. He is pictured with his family.Patricial Jane Williamson (holding plaque) is inducted into the Malvern Wall of Honor during a ceremony on Friday, October 19, 2018. She is pictured with her family.A family member of Vonda Lee West Cranford sits in the stands of the Leopard Center before the induction of the Malvern School District Wall of Honor nominees on Friday, October 19, 2018.Taken at the Malvern vs. Fountain Lake Game on Friday, October 19, 2018.The atmosphere presented a full day of fun, thrilling smiles and several kids enjoying themselves dressed in remarkable costumes to experience learning the importance of health and safety information during the 14th Annual Children's Health and Safety Fair.---- PHOTOS BY GERREN SMITHThe atmosphere presented a full day of fun, thrilling smiles and several kids enjoying themselves dressed in remarkable costumes to experience learning the importance of health and safety information during the 14th Annual Children's Health and Safety Fair.---- PHOTOS BY GERREN SMITHThe atmosphere presented a full day of fun, thrilling smiles and several kids enjoying themselves dressed in remarkable costumes to experience learning the importance of health and safety information during the 14th Annual Children's Health and Safety Fair.---- PHOTOS BY GERREN SMITHThe atmosphere presented a full day of fun, thrilling smiles and several kids enjoying themselves dressed in remarkable costumes to experience learning the importance of health and safety information during the 14th Annual Children's Health and Safety Fair.---- PHOTOS BY GERREN SMITHThe atmosphere presented a full day of fun, thrilling smiles and several kids enjoying themselves dressed in remarkable costumes to experience learning the importance of health and safety information during the 14th Annual Children's Health and Safety Fair.---- PHOTOS BY GERREN SMITHThe atmosphere presented a full day of fun, thrilling smiles and several kids enjoying themselves dressed in remarkable costumes to experience learning the importance of health and safety information during the 14th Annual Children's Health and Safety Fair.---- PHOTOS BY GERREN SMITHThe atmosphere presented a full day of fun, thrilling smiles and several kids enjoying themselves dressed in remarkable costumes to experience learning the importance of health and safety information during the 14th Annual Children's Health and Safety Fair.---- PHOTOS BY GERREN SMITHThe atmosphere presented a full day of fun, thrilling smiles and several kids enjoying themselves dressed in remarkable costumes to experience learning the importance of health and safety information during the 14th Annual Children's Health and Safety Fair.---- PHOTOS BY GERREN SMITHThe atmosphere presented a full day of fun, thrilling smiles and several kids enjoying themselves dressed in remarkable costumes to experience learning the importance of health and safety information during the 14th Annual Children's Health and Safety Fair.---- PHOTOS BY GERREN SMITHThe atmosphere presented a full day of fun, thrilling smiles and several kids enjoying themselves dressed in remarkable costumes to experience learning the importance of health and safety information during the 14th Annual Children's Health and Safety Fair.---- PHOTOS BY GERREN SMITHKids participating in the costumes contest during the 14th Annual Children's Health and Safety Fair.---PHOTOS BY GERREN SMITHKids participating in the costumes contest during the 14th Annual Children's Health and Safety Fair.---PHOTOS BY GERREN SMITHKids participating in the costumes contest during the 14th Annual Children's Health and Safety Fair.---PHOTOS BY GERREN SMITHKids participating in the costumes contest during the 14th Annual Children's Health and Safety Fair.---PHOTOS BY GERREN SMITHKids participating in the costumes contest during the 14th Annual Children's Health and Safety Fair.---PHOTOS BY GERREN SMITHKids participating in the costumes contest during the 14th Annual Children's Health and Safety Fair.---PHOTOS BY GERREN SMITHKids participating in the costumes contest during the 14th Annual Children's Health and Safety Fair.---PHOTOS BY GERREN SMITHBismarck junior quarterback James Kegley follows his blockers while rushing the ball during a recent game.Wade White was crowned Elvis by event producer Cyndi Muncrief (left) at the 2018 Crown The King Elvis Contest on Wednesday, October 24, 2018 at the CADC Malvern Senior Adult Activity Center. White received a large trophy, a crown, gift certificate to Steinhaus Keller Restaurant in Hot Springs, and a free nights stay at the Marriott of Hot Springs. He will also have the opportunity to walk with in the St. Patty’s Day parade in Hot Springs with Irish Elvis. More photos of contestants will be published on Satu(32) Emma Williams eyes the basket to score over the Oden defense in the paint area in Ouachita Jr. Lady Warriors win 59-22 Tuesday night October 23, 2018 at Ouachita High School Gymnasium.Lizzy Rowton powers over a host of Oden Lady Wolves defenders to score during senior high girls basketball action Tuesday October 23, 2018 at Ouachita High School Gymnasium.Lions president Donnie Taber (left) gives guest speaker Chance Cleveland a certificate of appreciation after the Lions Club meeting on Tuesday, October 23, 2018.Poyen’s offensive unit utilizing their running attack with key blocking from linemen for star running back Brandon Sanchez during a recent home game this season. The Tribe travels to battle Mt. Pine for 5-2A Conference football action Friday October 26, 2018.Malvern junior Dallas Lewis runs with the ball during a recent game.The Magnet Cove defense apply the defensive pressure for a key stop during a recent home game this season. Magnet Cove will battle on the road to face ranked Conway Christian the Friday October 26, 2018 for 5-2A Conference football action.The Indians try to get into the end zone during a recent game.Arbor Oaks residents participating in the 2018 Senior Olympics on Friday, October 19, 2018 at the Boys & Girls Club of Malvern and Hot Spring County.Encore residents and Rosie (dog) participating in the 2018 Senior Olympics on Friday, October 19, 2018 at the Boys & Girls Club of Malvern and Hot Spring County.Arbor Oaks residents participating in the 2018 Senior Olympics on Friday, October 19, 2018 at the Boys & Girls Club of Malvern and Hot Spring County.Arbor Oaks residents participating in the 2018 Senior Olympics on Friday, October 19, 2018 at the Boys & Girls Club of Malvern and Hot Spring County.Shelly Collie casts her vote at the Hot Spring County Election Office for early voting on Wednesday, October 24. As of 4 p.m. Wednesday, 1,094 votes had already been cast.Ouachtia Warrior (1) Will Hixon hustles through a pair of Oden Timberwolves for possession during senior high boys basketball action Tuesday October 23, 2018 at Ouachita High School Gymnasium.Senator Alan Clark spoke to Rotarians about Ballot Issues at their weekly meeting on Wednesday, October 24, 2018.The Malvern Junior High Cubs celebrate after becoming the 7-4A Conference Champions. The Cubs beat Nashville 21-7 on Thursday, October 25, 2018 in their final game of the season. Full story on page 5.The Malvern junior high Cubs defense swarms the Nashville Scrappers quarterback during their game on Thursday, October 25. The Cubs beat the Scrappers 21-7 to become the 7-4A Conference Champions with a season record of 8-1.Poyen’s quarterback (1) Colton Lowe charges past the Mt. Pine defense with (56) Wyatt Rocha aiming to block the path during Thursday’s October 25, 2018 junior high football game at Malvern National Bank Stadium in Poyen. The Poyen Jr. Indians wrapped up their season defeating Mt. Pine 34-6 at home to capture back to back conference championships and went undefeated at 8-0 under head coach Vick Barrett.Darren Butchko sings Hound Dog as Tamara Gray plays the part of a backup dancer in the Crown The King Elvis Contest on Wednesday, October 24, 2018 at the Malvern Senior Activity Center. Contestants in the Crown The King Elvis Contest Wade White, Darren Butchko, James Linsey, and Maria Gonzalez visit before performing on Wednesday, October 24, 2018 at the Malvern Senior Activity Center. Judges for the Crown The King Elvis Contest on Wednesday, October 24, 2018 at the Malvern Senior Activity Center were left to right, Hot Spring County Judge Dennis Thornton, Vicki Cranford, and Malvern/Hot Spring County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Lance Howell.Glen Rose senior Caleb Barr hurdles an Atkins Red Devil defensive player during their game on Friday, October 26, 2018. The Beavers came back in the fourth quarter to beat the Red Devils 25-19.Maria Gonzalez singing Jail House Rock in the Crown The King Elvis Contest on Wednesday, October 24, 2018 at the Malvern Senior Activity Center.James Linsey sings Love Me Tender in the Crown The King Elvis Contest on Wednesday, October 24, 2018 at the Malvern Senior Activity Center. Doris Wyatt (left) was excited when Elvis (contestant Paul Wells) took her on stage and sang Can’t Help Falling In Love as his song in the Crown The King Elvis Contest on Wednesday, October 24, 2018 at the Malvern Senior Activity Center.The Poyen Jr. Indians junior high football team with head coach Vick Barrett and coaching staff celebrate on the field following their win over Mt. Pine 34-6 at Malvern National Bank Stadium Thursday night, October 25, 2018 to be crown back to back conference champions for an impressive undefeated season at 8-0 overall for 2018.Wade White singing Don’t Be Cruel in the Crown The King Elvis Contest on Wednesday, October 24, 2018 at the Malvern Senior Activity Center. White was crowned The King after winning the contest.Glen Rose senior Carter Tolleson was honored during the Beavers last home game against the Atkins Red Devils on Friday, October 26, 2018.Glen Rose senior Nicholas Prichard was honored during the Beavers last home game against the Atkins Red Devils on Friday, October 26, 2018Glen Rose senior Corbin Hughes was honored during the Beavers last home game against the Atkins Red Devils on Friday, October 26, 2018Glen Rose senior Jace Haynes was honored during the Beavers last home game against the Atkins Red Devils on Friday, October 26, 2018.Glen Rose senior Brayson Efird was honored during the Beavers last home game against the Atkins Red Devils on Friday, October 26, 2018.Glen Rose senior Jay’Shawn Cox was honored during the Beavers last home game against the Atkins Red Devils on Friday, October 26, 2018.Glen Rose senior Jeremy Beasley was honored during the Beavers last home game against the Atkins Red Devils on Friday, October 26, 2018.Glen Rose senior Caleb Barr was honored during the Beavers last home game against the Atkins Red Devils on Friday, October 26, 2018.Glen Rose senior Dalen Baldwin was honored during the Beavers last home game against the Atkins Red Devils on Friday, October 26, 2018.Sandra Bailey (center) was the winner of the Malvern/Hot Spring County Chamber of Commerce vacation raffle held recently. Bailey’s name was drawn at the monthly Chamber Breakfast on Thursday, October 18, 2018.Participants line up and are given directions before the start of the Zombie Glow Run 5K at the Hot Spring County Fairgrounds on Saturday, October 27, 2018. The proceeds from the race benefitted the Hot Spring County 4-H Club.Malvern junior KJ Burks tries to get past the Ashdown defense during a recent game.Malvern junior Christian Warren runs with the ball into the open field during a recent game at Claude Mann Stadium, David Alpe Field.Malvern senior London Florence waits for the kick during a rainy game at Claude Mann Stadium, David Alpe Field.The Malvern Leopards run onto the field during a recent game at Claude Mann Stadium, David Alpe Field.

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