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December 19th

Shipping out

December 19, 2014

Employees at the Malvern post office help patrons decide the best shipping method for their packages. The post office will be open on Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve, but lobby hours both days will be 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Regular mail delivery won't be affected.

December 18th

Amber Alert inactivated

December 18, 2014

The sign at Malvern's Walgreen's displayed an amber alert at about 2:45 this afternoon, Thursday, Dec. 18. It was inactivated shortly before 3 p.m. According to Officer Foster with the Rogers Police Department, a citizen in Oklahoma spotted the car and called the sheriff's office. The child has been recovered and the driver of the black BMW is under arrest.

TBT: From the Dec. 18, 1989 MDR

December 18, 2014

In the Dec. 18, 1989 MDR, the Malvern Leopards basketball team crushed Camden scoring 68 points to Camdens 39 points. Pictured, Mike Jones watches a lay-up clear.

NFL Round-up

December 18, 2014

Michael Conochan’s Pro Football Recap- Week 15
Thursday Night Football 12/11/14

Arizona (11-3) 12 @
St. Louis (6-8) 6

Lady Beavers defeat Bismarck

December 18, 2014

On Monday, Dec. 15, the Glen Rose Lady Beavers took a road trip to Bismarck to face the Lady Lions and came away with a big 42-39 conference win.
Christian Cooper led the Lady Beavers with 17 points.
Katie Dorsey added 14 points for Glen Rose, including making seven of her 10 free throws in the fourth quarter.

For the full story, see the Thursday, Dec. 18 edition of the MDR.

Indians knock down Mountain Pine

December 18, 2014

On Tuesday, Dec. 16, Poyen High School hosted conference foe Mountain Pine for a set of games, coming out victorious in each one.
In the first match up, the Junior Indians dispatched of Mountain Pine by the score of 44-27.
The game was all tied up at 8-8 after one quarter, but the Poyen offense came alive in the second quarter to take a 22-12 lead into the locker room for the halftime break.
The Junior Indians continued to pressure Mountain Pine in the third quarter and led 32-21 heading into the final six minutes of the game.

Leopards fall on the road to Jessieville

December 18, 2014

If not for a big third quarter by Jessieville, the Malvern Leopards could have picked up a big road win against one of the more talented teams in the 3A Classification on Tuesday, Dec. 16.
The Lions were able to pick up the win against Malvern by the score of 65-54.
The Leopards trailed just 9-7 after one quarter and the margin remained at two (25-23) at the halftime break.
But in that third quarter, Jessieville outscored the Leopards 23-12 to put Malvern in a deficit they could not overcome.

For the full story, see the Thursday, Dec. 18 edition of the MDR.

The bowl season is reaching tipping point

December 18, 2014

I do love the college football bowl season.
Aside from March Madness, it is one of my favorite seasons of the year, but something has changed that has made getting to a bowl so much less significant.
There was a time where the bowls were confined to just a couple of days around the start of the year and only the best of the best were allowed to compete.
Don’t get me wrong, I think it was beyond time that the playoff system got underway, only the bowl system seems to be getting bigger and bigger each year.

For the full column, see the Wednesday, Dec. 17 edition of the MDR.

Bismarck Lions pick up win over Woodlawn

December 18, 2014

On Friday, Dec. 12, the Bismarck Lions basketball team hosted the Woodlawn Bears and came away with a 39-27 victory.
The Bismarck defense was in top form, holding Woodlawn to just two points in the first quarter and seven points overall in the first half.
The Lions’ offense was on point, taking a 10-2 lead after the first eight minutes and an 18-7 lead into the locker room for the halftime break.
Bismarck maintained its 11-point lead at the end of the third quarter, leading 29-18 on their way to victory.

For the full story, see the Wednesday, Dec. 17 edition of the MDR

Poyen teams top Mount Ida

December 18, 2014

The Poyen Indians and Lady Indians remained perfect in 5-2A Conference play on Friday, Dec. 12 with a home sweep against Mount Ida.
The night started with a junior girls game, which was won by the Junior Lady Indians 43-33.
Poyen held a slim 18-15 lead at the end of the first quarter and the margin remained the same as the two teams went into the halftime break with score at 25-22.
The Junior Lady Indians extended their lead slightly in the third quarter to lead 33-28 heading into the final six minutes and pulled away at the end for a 10-point win.

Michael Conochan’s Pro Football Recap- Week 15 Thursday Night Football 12/11/14 Arizona (11-3) 12...
On Monday, Dec. 15, the Glen Rose Lady Beavers took a road trip to Bismarck to face the Lady Lions...
On Tuesday, Dec. 16, Poyen High School hosted conference foe Mountain Pine for a set of games,...
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