Archive - 2014
Cecil George Thornton, age 88, of Hot Springs passed away Sunday, November 30, 2014 at CHI ST. Vincent in Hot Springs.
Emma Jean Childers-Wisemore, 80, of Benton passed away on November 28, 2014.
Thomas Jerald â€śJerryâ€ť Cunningham, 77, of Malvern passed away at his favorite place to be, deer camp, on November 27, 2014.
Tammy Passafiume has been named the new President/CEO of Diamond Lakes Federal Credit Union, headquartered in Malvern, Arkansas. Passafiume was previously President/CEO of River Valley Federal Credit Union in Camden, Arkansas. She brings 23 years of credit union industry experience to her new position with Diamond Lakes.
See details in the Tuesday, Dec. 16 MDR.
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The Magnet Cove Invitational tournament wrapped up its first round of play on Wednesday, Dec. 3 with Bismarck and Cutter Morning Star squaring off in both senior girls and senior boysâ€™ games.
The Bismarck Lady Lions got off to a slow start but eventually pulled away with win over the Lady Eagles by the score of 50-38.
Cutter Morning Star led the game 7-5 after the first quarter, but Bismarck held a 21-20 advantage at the halftime break.
This year is the first year of the college football playoffs (for Division I) and it was almost in ruins before the first game was played.
It still might end up as a big mess, depending on how the games this weekend go.
The first major blow to the system was when Ole Miss knocked off No. 4 Mississippi State in a convincing fashion in the Egg Bowl.
That was followed by Georgia choking away its annual rivalry game with Georgia Tech.
Those two losses made the Southeastern Conference look weaker than it is and left the SEC with just one team that could make it into the playoffs.
For the three largest classifications in the state, the championship matchups are set.
For the other three classes, there is still work to be done.
The Malvern Leopards (10-3) will go on the road on Friday, Dec. 5 to take on 7-4A Conference rival Mena. The Bearcats (11-2) got the better of Malvern the last time the two teams hooked up in Week 5.
In that game, also at Randall Whorton Field, Malvern came out on the wrong side of a 36-22 decision, which ultimately led the Bearcats to finish second in the conference ahead of Malvern.
On Tuesday, Dec. 2, Ouachita High School welcomed Sparkman for three games.
The Warriors and Junior Warriors came out victorious, while the Lady Warriors came up short at Ouachita High Schoolâ€™s All Care Court.
In the first game of the evening, the Junior Warriors rallied for a 34-30 victory.
Ouachita and Sparkman were all knotted up at 6-6 after one quarter, but the Junior Warriors held Sparkman to just two points in the second quarter to take a 15-8 halftime lead.
For the full story, see the Wednesday, Dec. 3 edition of the Malvern Daily Record.