The Malvern High School EAST Lab recently received confirmation they had been awarded a $1,000 grant from Blue Cross & Blue Shield Blue & You Foundation.
The grant will fund a project called Hunger Relief. According to EAST teacher Mary LaVergne, the students submitted the paperwork for the grant online and were notified quickly that they qualified and would receive the grant.
For the rest of the story pick up a MDR Friday Feb. 28 edition.
Crews continue to battle a massive fire that consumed an abandoned historic hotel thatâs been a Hot Springs landmark for more than 130 years.
ON THE FRONT:
Majestic Hotel burns
MHS EAST to receive grant
$5,000 reward for information in killing of eagle
Ambulance service public hearing to be held Monday
Couple arrested after selling tamales filled with deer meat
Agency tells Exxon to clean spillâs pathways better
Elvis is back, and running for office
Sprayer calibration deadline
ON THE INSIDE:
Examining Sunday Sacredness In the New... Testament
Our Quest for Eternal Life, Whatâs Next?
Trusting God in the Interruptions
More residents speak out on proposed ambulance changes
Brown offers âword of the monthâ
Malvern recognizes student achievers
Letters to the Editor
Time to get your Canadian tuxedos ready
Killdeers can be seen nesting now
Recently Accounted For Service Members
Lady Leopards on court for Round 2 today
Angler Kilgore has eyes on Bassmaster Southern Open
with two-run homer Thursday
Honor Code remains on target for Rebel
Today in sports history, Thursdayâs sports transactions
Parents and students alike watch in anticipation to see what the next move the 3-D printer is going to make while layering layer upon layer of their projects. (Photo by Mi Vaughn available on the MDR website)
Ritz owner Marla Nix can barely contain her excitement when speaking to local and area ministers about the upcoming Christian films that they plan to show. (Photo by Mi Vaughn available on the MDR website)
Malvern Fire Departmentâs arson dog Beth and her handler Chris Brewster do training exercises at a recent house fire. Beth is trained with a 50 percent gasoline solution and when she hits on it, she goes into a sitting position. And awaits her reward...food. Brewster trains with Beth three to four times daily. (Photo by Mi Vaughn available on the MDR website)
Sprayer calibration is just as, if not more important, than picking the right chemicals to spray on your fields. Every year money is wasted because of improper or no sprayer calibration before going to the field. The pesticides that are on the market today list all of the information that is needed on the label but the label is sometimes hard to understand. Also with so many products on the market, how do you know which is best for your weed control problems? What type of weeds do you really have? How much water do you need in your tank? How much chemical do I mix with how much water?
Kevin Duck was back in Hot Spring County Circuit Court in front of Judge Chris E Williams on Tuesday, Feb. 25.
The honorable Judge Chris E Williams held court on February 25 and the following were on his docket.
â¢ Kevin Tyrone Steele Jr., charges dismissed on theft of property.
â¢ Michael Lester Baker, motion to dismiss denied on one count of theft of property. Attorney Gregory Crain was legal counsel. Callback set for April 8.
â¢ Audie Milton Echols, entered a guilty plea of probation revocation. Attorney Phyllis Lemons was legal counsel. Echols was sentenced to eight years in Arkansas Department of Correction, $1,985 in fines and costs and $430 in supervision fees.