July 11th, 2014
Kindy serves as director for Boys & Girls Club
Rhodes tells wife's story
BEST OF HSC BALLOT IN TODAY'S PAPER
Junior high team camp prepares local players
Enter our Hot Dog Month contest
BRICKFEST FOLLOW-UP special section!
Big cat sightings still under investigation
Returning a volley
Cleaning up the park
Don't forget your ballot
Homeless Coalition receives grant
Marian Louise Potts Lively, 79, of Malvern, Arkansas, passed away Wednesday evening, July 9, 2014, at Garland Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Hot Springs.
The Rockport special election concluded voting on Tuesday, July 8. The bond issue passed 74-44 (a total of 118 votes). This will re-allocate the 1-percent sales tax that passed in 2011. The allocation of funds to be used for wastewater treatment will take effect at the beginning of 2015.
Just a few years ago, LeBron James was the darling of the NBA world as a member of the Cleveland Cavaliers, then with a one-hour debacle of a marketing ploy, he threw away all of that good will with â€śThe Decision.â€ť
Instead of just announcing he was leaving his home state and joining another team (like every other player on Earth would have), he drug it out and milked it for everything it was worth.
Teams from 14 different schools assembled at Malvern High School on Wednesday for the second James King Memorial 7-on-7 Tournament.
The tournament is named for former Malvern Leopard football player James King, who tragically lost his life in 2012. The tournament was started as a way to remember and honor King, who was a beloved member of the community as much as he was a talented football player.
Linda Sue â€śNanaâ€ť Jones age 61, of Bismarck passed away July 9, 2014.
Rockport voters passed their bond issue in the Tuesday, July 8 election. The final vote was 74-44.
Have you cast your ballot in the Malvern Daily Record's annual "The Best of Hot Spring County" competition? The annual awards honor area businesses, agencies and individuals for their commitment to service, quality and overall excellence. "When a business or individual wins in our Best of Hot Spring County competition, it means their customers recognize their efforts and their expertise," said MDR Publisher Richard Folds.
Pat Shea, age 80, of Malvern passed away July 8, 2014 at his home.