September 2019 Photos

The Bismarck Lions mascot plays a game with a fan during the Lions and Cutter Morning Star Eagles game on Friday, August 30, 2019.The Bismarck Marching Band trombone section gets warmed up before of the Lions and Cutter Morning Star Eagles game on Friday, August 30, 2019.The Bismarck Cheerleaders perform a stunt during halftime of the Lions and Cutter Morning Star Eagles game on Friday, August 30, 2019.Malvern Police Chief Donnie Taber (left) and Sgt. Clay Coke visit with students at Malvern Elementary School on their first day of school, Monday, August 19, 2019.Malvern Police Chief Donnie Taber visits with students at Malvern Elementary School on their first day of school, Monday, August 19, 2019.Hot Spring County Sheriff Mike Cash (right) and Chief Deputy Richard Tolleson (left) present Deputy Joshua Thomason with his Certificate of Commendation for his decisive tactics and heroic actions on July 4th that resulted in the saving of a human life and the display of conspicuous initiative, capability, and attention to duty.LifeNet Medical Emergency Service staff Tommy Singleton, Melinda Ritter, DJ Sanders, Jeff Hunter, Devan Steen, Tina Bell and Brad Chunn hosted their annual Community BBQ and Membership Drive in Malvern on Thursday, July 11, 2019. The event was open to anyone living in Hot Spring County. Several citizens of the community attended and were provided a barbecue sandwich, chips, desserts with a drink.Concerned citizens listened to a presentation by Magnet Cove Elementary School Principal Whitney McCutcheon on Tuesday, August 27, 2019 during a special public town hall meeting about a proposed millage rate increase.Pictured is Makenna Norris teeing off during a 9-hole golf match at Magellan Golf Course in the Hot Springs Village on Thursday, August 29, 2019. Norris was the medalist of the match with a round of 42. The Lady Lions were the winners of the match with a team score of 131. The Lady Lions defeated host team Fountain Lake and Nashville in the match.Malvern’s Raechel Lindsey volleys with aggression during senior high girls tennis singles competition against Joe T. Robinson on Thursday, August 29, 2019 at the Malvern City Park. Today, September 3, 2019 Malvern Leopards and Lady Leopards tennis teams will return to singles and doubles competition on the road to face Fountain Lake for the second time this season. Matches are scheduled to begin at 4 p.mMalvern athlete Marquez Johnson stands with Malvern Superintendent Brian Golden after receiving the Robbie Thomason Award in recognition of his outstanding leadership and character displayed as a student athlete at Malvern Junior High for the 2018-2019 school year.Pictured from left to right:  Lillian Harper, MSD Assistant Superintendent; Velda Keeney, MMS Principal; and Mayor, Brenda Weldon. Malvern athlete Rylee White stands with Malvern Superintendent Brian Golden after receiving the Lady Cub Award in recognition of her outstanding leadership and character displayed as student athlete at Malvern Junior High for the 2018-2019 school year.SKETCH OF NEW MALVERN FIRE STATION A glimpse of the sketch design for the new Malvern Fire Station building to be located at 712 West Moline Street in Malvern.Cheif Deputy Prosecuting Attorney for the 7th Judicial District of Arkansas, Stephen Shirron spoke at the Malvern Area Kiwanis Club and Malvern Lions Club recently.The Bismarck Lions football team runs out onto the field for their 2019 season opener against the Cutter Morning Star Eagles on Friday, August 30, 2019 at CMS.Wayne Nugent (right) discusses some of his bottle collection with Hot Spring County Historical Society VP Kinney Black on Friday, August 30, 2019 at The Heritage House. Included in the bottles is a Paine’s Celery Compound bottle and a variety of snuff bottles.The Magnet Cove senior high cheerleaders pumped up the crowd with spirit and support for their Panthers football team during the 2019 football season-opener at Kenneth W. Hammons Stadium on Friday, August 30, 2019. The Magnet Cove Panthers came up short to Mt. View 30-28 in close battle to kick off the 2019 football season at home.The Malvern Lady Leopards Volleyball team celebrates after (21) Kiya Mitchell makes a block during the Lady Leopards game with the Fountain Lake Lady Cobras on Tuesday, September 3, 2019. The Lady Leopards fell to the Lady Cobras 3-0. Full story in the Thursday, September 5, 2019 edition of the Malvern Daily Record.The annual Trash Bash is scheduled to be held Saturday, September 14, 2019 at Lakes Catherine and Hamilton and the Ouachita River. Eager chickens greet guests at the 2019 Hot Spring County Fair and Livestock Show on Wednesday, September 4, 2019.Claudine James selected for Community Appreciation Award.Local arts and crafts will be on display at the Hot Spring County Fair through Saturday, September7, 2019 at the HSC Fairgrounds on MLK Blvd. in Malvern. Admission is $1 per person. Bales of hay lined the grounds of the Hot Spring County Fairgrounds for judging at the 2019 Hot Spring County Fair and Livestock Show on Wednesday, September 4, 2019.Malvern running back Kieth Caradine (11) takes the handoff from quarterback Cedric Simmons (3) during the Leopards scrimmage against White Hall on Thursday, August 22, 2019.Glen Rose kicker/punter Colby Steed practices his kicks before the Beavers scrimmage against Hot Springs on Tuesday, August 27, 2019.Bismarck senior guard Luke Falco gets ready for the kickoff during the Lions game with the Cutter Morning Star Eagles on Friday, August 30, 2019.Malvern Head Volleyball Coach Patricia Glover goes over the game plan with the 9th grade Lady Leopards before their game with the Fountain Lake Lady Cobras on Tuesday, September 3, 2019.Three take a break from the heat at the livestock barn to watch a fellow exhibitor practice roping at the 2019 Hot Spring County Fair and Livestock Show on Wednesday, September 4, 2019.Lane Allen walks his heifer around the show ring during market cattle show judging at the Hot Spring County Fair on Wednesday, September 4, 2019.Malvern’s Hannah Miller displays positive sportsmanship against her opponent from Fountain Lake following their singles match. Miller came out victorious in senior high girls tennis singles competition on the road Tuesday, September 3, 2019 against Fountain Lake.The Poyen Indians with head coach Vick Barrett and the assistant coaches huddle up together following productive work out during 7 on 7 competition over the summer to prepare for the 2019 football season.Malvern Lady Leopards Brandin Thomas (12) and Kaylee Fike (17) maintain focus on the ball after Kiya Mitchell bumps it in the air during the Lady Leopards game with the Fountain Lake Lady Cobras on Tuesday, September 3, 2019.Glen Rose’s Matthew Clark and Malvern’s Dallas Lewis battle for the ball during the Malvern at Glen Rose game on August 31, 2018. A Malvern 7th grader serves the ball during Malvern’s jamboree style of play with Fountain Lake on Wednesday, September 4, 2019.The Farm Bureau Player of the Week for Magnet Cove’s season opener is Landon Stone. He had 12 carries for 102 yards, three catches for 29 yards, 12 tackles, five of which resulted in loss of yards. Stone is pictured with Farm Bureau Agent Brent Thompson.A Malvern 8th grader tips the ball over the net during Malvern’s game with Fountain Lake on Wednesday, September 4, 2019.The City of Malvern Mayor Brenda Weldon with the City Council members discussing items of business during the council's monthly agenda meeting in the Malvern City Hall Courtroom on Tuesday, September 3, 2019.Malvern’s Tyler Golden (5) carries the ball after making an interception against the Glen Rose Jr. Beavers during their game at Beaver Stadium on Thursday, September 5, 2019.Four boys eagerly listen to judge Nick Mason (far right) as he judges their rabbits in the Rabbit Show at the Hot Spring County Fair on Thursday, September 5, 2019. Assisting the judge is Bismarck High School Agriculture Teacher John Crangle (left), and Mandy Taylor with Hot Spring County Cooperative Extension Service (center).Shorty (roping dummy) was left hitched to a post in the livestock barn at the Hot Spring County Fair on Thursday, September 5, 2019 while exhibitors enjoyed lunch. Bismarck Lions quarterback (7) James Kegley soars to the end zone with (33) Brett Williams blocking the path against Baptist Prep during the Lions season home-opener on Friday, September 6, 2019 at Doyle Henderson Field.The Bismarck Lions’ defense pile on top of a Baptist Prep Eagle to stop their running attack during the Lions football season home-opener Friday, September 6, 2019 at Doyle Henderson Field in Bismarck.Faith Harmon shows her Pygmy goat during a goat show on Thursday, September 5, 2019 at the Hot Spring County Fair.The Malvern defense goes in for the tackle against Glen Rose’s Ahamd Holmes during the Leopards and Beavers game on Friday, September 7, 2019 at Claude Mann Stadium-David Alpe field.Rya Avant enjoys some play time with her goat on Thursday, September 5, 2019 at the Hot Spring County Fair.Hannah Riggan (left) and Eva Berryhill show their dairy goats in the Dairy Goat Show on Thursday, September 5, 2019 at the Hot Spring County Fair.Jenna McManigal gets her Boer goat in position for judging on Thursday, September 5, 2019 at the Hot Spring County Fair.Poyen’s defense (13) Jake Burks wraps up Drew Central’s running back Chris Shaw with help from (35) Kevin Freeman and (70) Luke Rybard on the tackle during junior high football action on Thursday, September 5, 2019 at Malvern National Bank Field, Indian Field.The Malvern Area Kiwanis immediate Past President, Henry Mitchell, and President Sharon Walters take a picture with their Certificate of Honor as the Best Civic Club voted on by readers the Malvern Daily Record.Malvern’s Marquez “Bud” Johnson (8) tries to escape the grasp of Glen Rose’s Gavin Chaney (32) during the Leopards and Beavers game on Friday, September 7, 2019 at Claude Mann Stadium-David Alpe Field.Mason Tittle (right) watches as the judge looks at his goat during a Goat Show on Thursday, September 5, 2019 at the Hot Spring County Fair.Weston Ramsey rides Shorty the roping dummy on Thursday, September 5, 2019 at the Hot Spring County Fair.Bismarck FFA Instructor John Crangle visits with Ayden Ashley during the special needs livestock show at the Hot Spring County Fair on Saturday, September 7, 2019, while 4-H’er Hannah Riggan (back) and Shane Ashley listen.The Malvern JROTC Color Guard presents the colors before the Malvern Leopards and Glen Rose Beavers game on Friday, September 6, 2019 at Claude Mann Stadium-David Alpe Field.The Glen Rose Beavers carry the American flag while running onto the field for their game with the Malvern Leopards on Friday, September 6, 2019 at Claude Mann Stadium-David Alpe Field.The Malvern Leopards run onto the field for their ball game with the Glen Rose Beavers on Friday, September 6, 2019 at Claude Mann Stadium-David Alpe Field.Futrell Marine technician Justin Harrington demonstrates how to open the XT-22 engine compartment to Marine Repair Technology students Danielle Russell, Charles Smith-Rowland, and Zachary Wagoneer.POYEN SEVENTH GRADE FOOTBALL ACTION 2019: Poyen Jr. Indians’ (4) Noah Roacha chases down a Drew Central Jr. Pirate toward the sideline to save a touchdown during seventh grade football action on Thursday, September 5, 2019 at Malvern National Bank Stadium—Indian Field. The Poyen Jr. Indians came up short to Drew Central 20-0.Faith Harmon (left) and Abby Loy battle to be the fastest in the Watermelon Eating Contest at the Hot Spring County Fair on Saturday, September 7, 2019. Harmon was the winner in her division.Carl Cook is currently enjoying the time serving the citizens of Hot Spring County as the new Election Coordinator.A Malvern 8th grade volleyball player bumps the ball up while the other Lady Leopards move into position for the next hit during the Lady Leopards game with the Magnet Cove Jr. Lady Panthers at the Leopard Center on Monday, September 9, 2019.The Magnet Cove Jr. High Volleyball team celebrates with high fives after scoring a crucial point in their game with the Malvern Lady Leopards 8th graders at the Leopard Center on Monday, September 9, 2019. Malvern’s Taylor VikMalvern’s Hallie ToddGlen Rose senior Matthew Clark deflects a pass intended for Malvern’s Christian Warren during the Beavers game against the Leopards on Friday, September 6, 2019.Blake Smith tries to hit his ball out of a sand trap during an 18-hole golf match at DeGray Golf Course on Monday, September 9, 2019.Gloria Berry tees-off during an 18-hole golf match at DeGray Golf Course on Monday, September 9, 2019. Berry was the runner-up medalist of the match with a round of 83.Hannah Collie goes back to swing during an 18-hole golf match at DeGray Golf Course on Monday, September 9, 2019. Collie was the medalist of the match with a round of 80.A Bismarck Lion defender tries to bring down a Poyen Indian runner during the Lions and Indians 2018 game.Malvern’s Dante Reed (7), Nick Voss (13), and Christian Warren (26) celebrate after Malaki Asher scored the first touchdown for the Leopards in their game with Glen Rose on Friday, September 6, 2019.A Magnet Cove 8th grader bumps  the ball during the Lady Panthers game with Scott Charter on Tuesday, September 10, 2019.A Magnet Cove 9th grader jumps to spike the ball during the Lady Panthers game with Scott Charter on Tuesday, September 10, 2019.Pictured, Harris United, LLC construction crew workers continue to make progress during the construction process for the building project of the upcoming Love's Travel Stop located at mile marker 97— 6716 Highway 171 in Malvern on Monday, September 9, 2019.Magnet Cove senior quarterback (3) Tyler Hodges scrambles for yardage towards the end zone for productive play during the Panthers 2019 football season-opener at home against Mt. View Friday, August 30, 2019 at Kenneth W. Hammons Stadium.The Farm Bureau Player of the Week for Malvern in their season opener against Glen Rose is Kieth Caradine. Caradine had six carries for 96 yards, two touchdowns, and had four tackles on defense.  He is pictured with Farm Bureau Agents Travis Worthington (right) and Shanna Stuckey.The Dunbar-Hunter Keelboat will be on display Friday, September 13, 2019 on the Ouachita River at the Tanner Street Bridge in Malvern from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The event is sponsored by the Hot Spring County Historical Society.Dancers with Levi’s & Lace Square Dance Club await the call to begin their dance during demonstrations on Saturday, September 7, 2019 at the Hot Spring County Fair.Dancers with Levi’s & Lace Square Dance Club demonstrated the art of square dancing on Saturday, September 7, 2019 at the Hot Spring County Fair as fair goers watch.Dancers with Levi’s & Lace Square Dance Club demonstrated the art of square dancing on Saturday, September 7, 2019 at the Hot Spring County Fair.Dancers with Levi’s & Lace Square Dance Club demonstrated the art of square dancing on Saturday, September 7, 2019 at the Hot Spring County Fair.Arkansas Department of Transportation map of proposed Camden Expedition Scenic Highway.Members of the Malvern 7th Grade Cubs defense take down a Hot Springs Trojan runner during their game on Thursday, September 12, 2019 at Claude Mann Stadium-David Alpe Field.Malvern Jr. Cub Keelan Jenelle finds a gap during the Cubs game with the Hot Springs Trojans on Thursday, September 12, 2019 at Claude Mann Stadium-David Alpe Field.Mary Strother, with Frisard’s Trucking Co. Inc. donated 25 Baran’s Bears to the Hot Spring County Sheriff’s Office on Wednesday, September 11, 2019. This is Strother’s first driver donation. Strother is a former resident of Hot Spring County and was helped by the Sheriff’s Office. After that, she made a promise to one day pay it forward. She is pictured with Hot Spring County Sheriff Mike Cash and one of the donated bears.Winners of the Cutest Baby Contest at the Hot Spring County Fair on Saturday, September 7, 2019.Crews installed the new flight simulator Sept. 5 in the Caplinger Airway Science Center.Special needs youth learn about showing pigs during the special needs livestock show on Saturday, September 7, 2019 at the Hot Spring County Fair.4-H’er Abby Loy (right) helping another exhibitor show a horse in the special needs livestock show on Saturday, September 7, 2019 at the Hot Spring County Fair.4-H’ers help special needs youth line up the goats they are showing during the special needs livestock show on Saturday, September 7, 2019 at the Hot Spring County Fair.Malvern’s Jason Lambel (61) signals touchdown with the referee after Cedric Simmons scored for the Leopards during their game with the Lake Hamilton Wolves on Friday, September 13, 2019 at Claude Mann Stadium-David Alpe Field.Eva Berryhill’s Nubian goat greeted fair goers at the 2019 Hot Spring County Fair.THE FAIR FAN CLUB: Ann Koller, Charli Vincent, Paul Tudor, and Will Tudor posed for a photo after the Premium Sale on Friday, September 6, 2019 at the Hot Spring County Fair.Elijah Cranford (left) and Houston Garner battle to be the winner in the Power Wheels Derby on Saturday, September 7, 2019 at the Hot Spring County Fair.Peewee Livestock Show contestant, Izzy Steuart shows a goat at the Hot Spring County Fair on Saturday, September 7, 2019.SOARING  THROUGH THE DEFENSE: Jr. Panthers’ (9) Julius McClellan surpasses through the Jr. Red Devils defense for one of four touchdowns scored with (20) Kizer Kidder, (66) Chris Medina and (50) Maceon McCutcheon trailing the path in Magnet Cove’s 40-20 victory over Atkins during junior high football action on Thursday, September 12, 2019 at Kenneth W. Hammons Stadium.Just Horsen Around was the People’s Choice Award winner of the Second Annual Dutch Oven Competition at the 2019 Hot Spring County Fair. Just Horsen Around also won first place in the Advanced 1-pot and Advanced 2-pot category. The group members were Cody Smith, Ashley Smith, and Melody Phillips.Pictured is Daniel Lankford, Camp Director at Family Farm (left), and Stan May, owner of Family Farm after they spoke at the Malvern Lions Club’s weekly meeting on Tuesday, September 10, 2019.Peewee Livestock Show contestants along with 4-H members who assisted peewees with showing animals at the Hot Spring County Fair on Saturday, September 7, 2019.Power Wheels Derby contestants show off their prizes on Saturday, September 7, 2019 at the Hot Spring County Fair.Poyen’s (18) Brandon Sanchez turns on the jets to score the game’s first touchdown on the opening kickoff against Bismarck Lions’ (22) Grady Howell trailing behind during the Indians season home-opener on Friday September 13, 2019 at Malvern National Bank Stadium—Indian Field. Sanchez scored four touchdown in Poyen’s 30-14 win against Bismarck during their non-conference football bout.Troy Ray and Amberlee Ray with Ray Farms received first place in the Novice 2-pot category of the Second Annual Dutch Oven Competition at the 2019 Hot Spring County Fair.John Stiles and Jessica Stiles with The Stiles Camp were the first place winners of the Youth 1-pot category of the Second Annual Dutch Oven Competition at the 2019 Hot Spring County Fair.Bobby Johnson and Sean Fryar with Johnson Farms were the first place inners in the Youth Novice 1-Pot category of the Second Annual Dutch Oven Competition at the 2019 Hot Spring County Fair.Mountain Men — Michael Hardage, Matthew Hardage, Micaiah Hardage, and Mel Hardage were the second place winners of the Advanced 1-pot category, and the second place winners of the Advanced 2-pot category of the Second Annual Dutch Oven Competition at the 2019 Hot Spring County Fair.MAGNET COVE SEVENTH GRADE PREVAILS: Pictured, Magnet Cove Jr. Panthers utilizing their offensive ground attack against Atkins during seventh grade football action. The Magnet Cove Jr. Panthers seventh grade football team displayed a productive performance in victory against Atkins 14-6 for “Thursday Night Lights” September 12, 2019 at Kenneth W. Hammons Stadium. Magnet Cove seventh grade football returns to the gridiron with momentum on Thursday, September 19, 2019 to host Cutter Morning Star at home.An air tanker plane makes a drop to slow a forest fire near the 85 mile marker on Interstate 30 on Sunday, September 15, 2019.The Malvern Leopard Cheerleaders lead the football team onto the field before the Leopards game with the Lake Hamilton Wolves on Friday, September 13, 2019.Members of the Malvern JROTC celebrate a Leopards touchdown during the Leopards game with the Lake Hamilton Wolves on Friday, September 13, 2019.The Malvern Leopards Marching Band takes the field to perform during halftime during the Leopards game with the Lake Hamilton Wolves on Friday, September 13, 2019.College of the Ouachitas President Steve Rook unveils the new logo for Arkansas State University — Three Rivers at the college’s Woods n’ Water event on Saturday, September 14, 2019.Rodney Allen tries to make a hole in one with one arm while playing a game at the Woods n’ Water event on Saturday, September 14, 2019.Angel Perez takes her aim while playing a game at the Woods n’ Water event on Saturday, September 14, 2019.Jordan Knight smiles as his wife bids on an item during the live auction at the Woods n’ Water event on Saturday, September 14, 2019.BACK FOR HOME COMPETITION: Malvern’s Star Casey battles during recent senior high girls singles competition for the 2019 tennis season. Today, September 17, 2019 the Malvern Leopards and Lady Leopards tennis teams return home for singles and doubles competition to conclude their season series meeting against De Queen. Matches are scheduled to begin at 4 p.m. at the Malvern City Park tennis courts.The evening dew begins to settle in for the night as the day’s sun sets over a field near Poyen on Sunday, September 15, 2019.The Bismarck Lions Club met on Tuesday, September 10, 2019 at Fisherman’s Grill and Pizza Shack in Bismarck. Pictured above left to right is Lions members and guest speakers, Lion Dennis Thornton, Hot Spring County Judge; guest speakers, Catherine Plyler, Pharmacy Director and Rural Health Clinic Director with Baptist Health; Sydney Hughes, pharmacy student, and Tamara Tate, APRN at Baptist Health Clinic in Bismarck; Lion Mike Cash, Hot Spring County Sheriff and behind, Lion President Evan Smith.Malvern/Hot Spring County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting for the grand opening of the new boutique Cute Affordable Fashion store located at 418 S. Main Street in downtown Malvern on Thursday, August 22, 2019. This is a women’s and children’s boutique with a variety of styles, sizes (S-3X) and offer adorable jewelry and several unique accessories. Sarah Loy and Tonia Davis are the owners of Cute Affordable Fashion in Malvern.Fashions and accessories available at Cute Affordable Fashion store located 418 S. Main Street in downtown Malvern. Fashions and accessories available at Cute Affordable Fashion store located 418 S. Main Street in downtown MalvernBismarck 7th grader Joseph Porter placed 10th in the Jr. Boys division of the Bob Gravett Invitational. Porter was a medalist in the event.Malvern fourth grader Jackson Plumlee tries to get past two Glen Rose fourth graders during the Malvern and Glen Rose peewee game on Saturday, September 14, 2019. Malvern defeated Glen Rose 14-0.A Glen Rose fifth grader tries to escape the clutches of a Malvern fifth grader during their game on Saturday, September 14, 2019. The Glen Rose fifth grade peewee squad defeated Malvern 20-0.A Malvern sixth grader fights his way to the end zone while being pursued by a host of Glen Rose sixth graders during their game on Saturday, September 14, 2019. The Malvern sixth grade peewee squad defeated Glen Rose 20-0.Malvern Middle School student Michael Ledbetter visits with Billy Runyan on Friday, September 13, 2019 at the Hot Spring County Historical Society’s presentation of the Dunbar-Hunter Expedition exhibit near the Tanner Street bridge of the Ouachita River.  Runyan explained the route of the expedition. Students visited five different presentations about the expedition, including an exhibit of artifacts at Ouachita Baptist University.Two Malvern 8th graders focus on hitting the ball during the Lady Leopards game with the Jessieville Lady Lions on Monday, September 16, 2019.Members of the Malvern 9th grade volleyball team go for a block and maintain focus on the ball during the Lady Leopards game with the Jessieville Lady Lions on Monday, September 16, 2019.Bettye the barn cat enjoys some afternoon shade in a swing at the Hendricks Farm in the Antioch community.The Hot Spring County Museum 1892 Boyle House will be hosting an open house on Thursday, October 3, 2019 from 3 to 6 p.m. Glen Rose quarterback Wesley Launius tries to escape the Malvern Leopard defense during Week 1 of the 2019 season at Claude Mann Stadium-David Alpe Field on Friday, September 6, 2019.  The Beavers will be on the road as they face the 2-0 Fouke Panthers on Friday, September 20. Kickoff is at 7 p.m.Malvern’s Lynasia Moore spikes the ball while other members of the Lady Leopards junior varsity team get in position for the next play during the Lady Leopards game with the Jessieville Lady Lions on Monday, September 16, 2019.Magnet Cove’s (11) Jaxon White explodes past the Cutter Morning Star defense to score one of his two touchdowns scored during the third-fourth grade pee wee football contest on Monday, September 16, 2019 at Kenneth W. Hammons Stadium.Magnet Cove’s (14) Angel Villezcas receives a hug in the end zone after scoring the first touchdown of the game from teammate (25) Hunter Harrison against Cutter Morning Star during the fifth-sixth grade game on Monday, September 16, 2019 at Kenneth W. Hammons Stadium.PRODUCTIVE PANTHER DEFENSE: The Magnet Cove Panthers’ defense work productively to stop the running attack against Mt. View during their season-opener at home at Kenneth W. Hammons Stadium. The Panthers anticipates to stop Mt. Ida’s running attack this Friday, September 20, 2019 for their final non-conference game before entering 5-2A Conference play.Malvern students get loud as they cheer on the Lady Leopards volleyball team during their match with the Jessieville Lady Lions on Monday, September 16, 2019 at the Leopard Center.Moonlight enjoys greeting guests at the Hendricks Farm in the Antioch community.Horses gather around Michael Ritchey waiting on treats on Sunday, September 15, 2019 at Diamond R Farm near Poyen.Poyen’s quarterback (8) Jaxson Carter powers for yardage against the Bismarck Lions’ defense last Friday, September 13, 2019 during the Indians season home-opener at Malvern National Bank Stadium. Carter led the Indians rushing attack with 198 yards and one touchdown.November Rain wonders where his treats are on Thursday, September 12, 2019 at Diamond R Farm near Poyen.Malvern’s Rylee White spikes the ball during the Lady Leopards game with the Jessieville Lady Lions on Monday, September 16, 2019.Malvern’s Christian Warren goes up for the ball against two Lake Hamilton defenders during their game at Claude Mann Stadium-David Alpe Field on Friday, September 13, 2019. The Leopards will now go on the road to face the Lakeside Rams for Week 3 action.Cyndi Muncrief, patient care representative with Hospice Home Care presented information about being a volunteer to sit with patients in the Hot Spring County area using the theme Bee a Hospice Volunteer and Share the Buzz to Malvern Rotarians on Wednesday, September 11, 2019. Malvern 7th grader Luke Major makes a cut back during the Cubs game with the Bauxite 7th grade Miners to open 7-4A Conference play at Claude Mann Stadium-David Alpe Field. The Cubs were defeated 18-6 by the Miners.Bismarck’s Gloria Berry watches her ball fly down the fairway during a 9-hole golf match at the Glenwood Country Club on Monday, September 16, 2019. Berry was the medalist of the match with a round of 39.Bismarck’s Jacob Loy hits the ball out of the rough during a match at the Glenwood Country Club on Monday, September 16, 2019. Loy was the runner-up medalist of the match with a round of 44.The Hot Spring County Jail was a topic of discussion at the recent Hot Spring County Quorum Court meeting on Tuesday, September 10, 2019.Kairos Prison Ministry members with cookies they will be delivering to local inmates this weekend. This weekend the ministry will deliver its one millionth cookie.Bismarck’s Makenna Norris putts her ball towards the hole during a 9-hole golf match at the Glenwood Country Club on Monday, September 16, 2019. Norris was the runner-up of the match with a round of 41.Malvern Leopard Gavin Frye is ready to display a powerful serve during senior high boys singles competition against De Queen on Tuesday, September 17, 2019 at the Malvern City Park tennis courts.The Farm Bureau Player of the Week for Malvern from Week 2 of the season is Christian Warren. Warren had seven catches for 155 yards and one touchdown in the Leopards game against the Lake Hamilton Wolves. Warren is pictured with Shanna Stuckey with Farm Bureau.Bismarck High School recognizes these outstanding Students of the Month.  From left to right: Seniors Clinton Baccam and Emily Coleman; Juniors Jonathan Luna and Alexis McMillan; Sophomores Reynaldo Vasquez and Melissa Diaz; and Freshmen Freddy Clampet and Natalie McCollum.Fourteen 7th grade students from Malvern Middle School have met the eligibility requirements for the Duke University Talent Identification Program. As 7th graders, these students will be able to take the ACT or SAT—the same exams that college-bound seniors take! They will also receive education guidance, specialized publications, and independent learning opportunities from Duke University.Malvern’s Cedric Simmons (3) carries the ball behind blocker Keith Caradine (11) during a recent game. The Leopards were on the road at Hot Springs Lakeside for Friday night football action on September 20, 2019. The Malvern Cubs defensive line lines up against the Bauxite Jr. Miners during their game on Thursday, September 19, 2019. Magnet Cove Jr. Panthers’ (20) Kizer Kidder makes the touchdown reception in the end zone against the Cutter Morning Star Jr. Eagles during junior high football action Thursday, September 19, 2019 at Kenneth W. Hammons Stadium.(15) Landon Stone heads to the sideline after scoring one of his five touchdowns in Magnet Cove’s 55-26 victory against Mt. Ida with teammates (4) Braxton Sulton and (11) Levi Horton congratulating Stone on Friday, September 20, 2019 at Kenneth Hammons Stadium.PANTHER CELEBRATION: The Magnet Cove Panthers celebrate after an impressive victory against Mt. Ida, 55-26 on Friday, September 20, 2019 at Kenneth W. Hammons Stadium.Magnet Cove Middle School September Students of the Month pictured above are (left to right) Mia Harper, Jacob Vickery, Meadow Hodges, Braxton Ballentine.On Tuesday, September 17, Mrs. Wallace's Arkansas History Class at Poyen presented a program for the school on checks and balances and divided powers.  State Senator Alan Clark shown here with the students attended the program.JONES MILL — As Summer draws to a close so will Entergy's recreational float releases out of Remmel Dam for 2019.   Subject to weather, Remmel Dam will have releases the next three weekends culminating with releases on October 4 through 6.  Entergy hopes that everyone has enjoyed their Summer and are looking forward to next years floating season.College of the Ouachitas Adult Education faculty and staff: Left to right, Greg Lemons, Sherrie Muasau, Casson Brock-Director, Jan Roberston, Stella Murdock, Dorothy Hutcherson, Valerie Free, and Margaret "MJ" Johnston.Sharon Loftis, President of ESA (left) and other ESA members celebrated  Helen Cobler’s (right) 57 years of service at their September meeting.The Farm Bureau Player of the Week for Glen Rose in Week 2 against Bauxite was Ethan Taylor. Taylor had 11 carries for 65 yards and two touchdowns. Taylor is pictured with Farm Bureau Agent Brent Thompson as he is present the Player of the Week Ball.Coach Warford and Coach Knight huddle with the Malvern 7th grade football team during their game with Bauxite on Thursday, September 19, 2019.Cadets with the JROTC get ready to carry the colors to midfield for the National Anthem during the Malvern Cubs game with the Bauxite Jr. Miners on Thursday, September 19, 2019.Middle photo: The Malvern Jr. High Cheerleaders welcome the Jr. High Cubs onto the field before their game with the Bauxite Jr. Miners on Thursday, September 19, 2019.JR. INDIANS TOUCHDOWN: Poyen Jr. Indians’ (5) Connor Lisenbey dashes past the defense towards the end zone to score a touchdown during recent junior high football action at Malvern National Bank Stadium, Indian Field. Lisenbey scored Poyen’s lone touchdown in the Jr. Indians loss to England 26-6 on Thursday, September 19, 2019 at Malvern National Bank Stadium, Indian Field.Lions member Chris E Williams had Heather Hendrickson, project manager in Entergy Arkansas’ Office of Energy Efficiency, speak at the Malvern Lions Club on Tuesday, September 17, 2019.The Farm Bureau Player of the Week for the Magnet Cove Panthers in Week 2 against Atkins is the Offensive Line. The offensive line helped the Panthers score seven touchdowns and have 465 yards. Pictured from left to right is Head Coach Caleb Carmikle, Carson Lane, Bently Garibay, Jacob Newman, Lucas Smeltzer, and Hunter Hilborn.Malvern tennis Lady Leopard Tyra McMahan Malvern tennis Lady Leopard Elli WhiteThe Malvern-Hot Spring County Chamber of Commerce saw a record number of people during their monthly breakfast on Thursday, September 19, 2019 at the College of the Ouachitas Great Room. There were more than 75 attendees at the breakfast.501st Legion Cosplaying  Stromtroopers, Jawas, Darth Vader, Bounty Hunters, Kylo Ren at Spa Con IV in Hot Springs on Saturday, September 21, 2019.Gollum from Lord of the Rings Franchise figure on display at Spa Con IV in Hot Springs on Saturday, September 21, 2019.DeLorean time machine replica from the Back to the Future Trilogy at Spa Con IV in Hot Springs on Saturday, September 21, 2019.Transformers Bumblebee at Spa Con IV in Hot Springs on Saturday, September 21, 2019.Barry Bostwick aka Brad Majors (left) with Brandon Rimmer from Rocky Horror Picture Show at Spa Con IV in Hot Springs on Saturday, September 21, 2019.MALVERN — A fundraiser will be held from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Hot Spring County Courthouse pavilion on Friday, September 27, for the purpose of raising funds to purchase Christmas decorations for the HSC Courthouse. Dorey’s 4 pieces catfish or chicken (or mixed) will be available for $12 a plate which will include meat, slaw, fries, hushpuppies and drink.  For more information or tickets, call (501) 627-4547 or (501) 337-2036.The Bismarck defense gets lined up against Cutter Morning Star during the Lions 2019 season opener.Malvern’s Jacobe Hart rushes with the ball during a recent game.A Malvern 9th grader jumps up to spike the ball during the Lady Leopards game against Ashdown on Monday, September 23, 2019. The 9th grade squad fell to Ashdown 2-0. In set one, Ashdown defeated the Lady Leopards 25-8. In set two, the Lady Leopards fell 25-12 to Ashdown.Malvern’s Kaylee Fike spikes the ball while Brandin Thomas watches during the Lady Leopards game against Ashdown on Monday, September 23, 2019. The Lady Leopards were defeated by Ashdown 3-0.Pictured, Literacy Council of Hot Spring County representatives: Left to right, Vickie McNees (Volunteer/Board Member), Ann Wright (Board Member), Peggy Richardson-Turchi (President/Board member), and Kathaleen Cole (Director).JOB WELL DONE: Magnet Cove football head coach Caleb Carmikle gives a thumbs up to the Panthers while addressing the team on the field following their 55-26 victory against Mt. Ida on Friday, September 20, 2019 at Kenneth W. Hammons Stadium.The Poyen cheerleaders pep up the crowd during a recent Poyen Indian football game.ROLL TRIBE: The Poyen Indians bust out onto the field ready to showcase some intensity for their home fans on the gridiron at Malvern National Bank Stadium, Indian Field for the 2019 football season.Magnet Cove 7th grader Bronson Coolis breaks free of the England defense during the Panthers game with the England Lions on Thursday, September 27, 2019. The 7th grade Panthers defeated England 8-6.Malvern Area Kiwanis member Barbara Schowdoski (right) presents Cyndie Muncrief, patient care representative with Hospice Home Care (middle), and Brandee Munn, nurse practitioner with Palliative Community Resources, with a certificate of appreciation after they spoke during the Malvern Area Kiwanis’s weekly meeting on Thursday, September 19, 2019.Loose gravel and highway flaggers are no stranger to motorists traveling on Highway 84 east of Bismarck. Arkansas Department of Transportation crews continue to overlay the highway with gravel this week. Motorists traveling in the area will notice slowed traffic and loose gravel in many areas. Malvern Daily Record representatives delivered Gifts of Happiness to residents at Arbor Oaks Healthcare and Rehab in Malvern on Thursday, September 26, 2019.Malvern Daily Record representatives delivered Gifts of Happiness to residents at Encore Healthcare Rehabilitation on Thursday, September 26, 2019.Glen Rose’s Katelyn Kester was crowned the 2019 Football Homecoming Queen on Friday, September 27, 2019 at Beaver Stadium.Glen Rose quarterback Wesley Launius slips past the Two Rivers defense during the Beavers game with Two Rivers on Friday, September 27, 2019.PRODUCTIVE CUB DEFENSE: Malvern’s (13) Jessie Casey lands a monster hit to tackle (2) Arkadelphia’s Latonio Hughes with (42) Kieston Biggs and (24) Dyelon Caradine to stop the Badgers ground attack during junior high football action Thursday, September 26, 2019 at Claude Mann Stadium, David Alpe Field. Arkadelphia defeated Malvern, 21-8.Poyen’s Rachel Nannemann was crowned the 2019 Football Homecoming Queen on Friday, September 27, 2019 at Malvern National Bank Stadium, Indian Field.The Poyen Indians defense collide to take down Conway Christian’s quarterback (7) Tyler Cossey during their 5-2A Conference opener Friday, September 27, 2019 at Malvern National Bank Stadium, Indian Field. The Indians defeated Conway Christian, 32-6 on homecoming night in Poyen.Malvern Daily Record representatives delivered Gifts of Happiness to residents at The Crossing at Malvern on Thursday, September 26, 2019.

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