July 26th, 2013
In our last installment, we broke down the schedule of the Malvern Leopards in the 4A Classification.
Today, weâ€™re going to step down one class and look at the Beavers of Glen Rose, a team that made it to the 3A state championship game. They seemingly had the game won, but Harding Academy set up a brilliant set of plays in the last half-minute to score a touchdown and win the game.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) â€” Arkansas Attorney General Dustin McDaniel is warning about two phone scams going on in the state.
McDaniel says his office has received a number of reports that people claiming to be with credit card companies or the government are trying to obtain credit card or bank numbers.
McDaniel says one scam involves a person alleging to be with a credit card company and saying the would-be victim's credit cards are locked and that their credit numbers are needed to unlock the cards. He says credit card companies would already know the customers' card number.
David Paul Tatten, age 62, passed away Saturday, June 8, 2013.
Louise Linda Dial, 66, of Lonsdale, Arkansas passed away Monday July 22, 2013.
Thelma Cash Baggett, age 77, of Benton, passed away Tuesday, July 23, 2013 in Little Rock at the Baptist Medical Center.
With a little more than a month to go before the first game of the 2013 football season, football fever is beginning to take hold across the county.
Here at the Malvern Daily Record, we will have a football preview coming out soon, but Iâ€™d like to give you a little sneak peak of the upcoming season by breaking down the schedules of all six teams in our coverage area.
Today, we are going to take a look at the schedule of the Malvern Leopards, of the 7-4A Conference.
For the full story, see Thursday's Malvern Daily Record.
Mary Alice Henson Holcomb â€śhas entered a new city, a new lifeâ€ť.
Louise Posey, age 72, of the Brown Springs Community, died Sunday, July 21, 2013 in Little Rock.
Lloyd (Curlie) F. Hardage, 93, of Malvern passed away Sunday July 21, 2013.
As I read more and more about the most recent scandal involving Biogenesis and Major League Baseball, a simple saying comes to mind â€” â€śNow this is why we canâ€™t have nice things.â€ť
Scandals and baseball are nothing new. In fact, the most underhanded scandal in baseball history happened almost 100 years ago with the Black Sox.
When you factor in the Pete Rose gambling problem and the steroid era of the late 1990s through now, itâ€™s hard to believe we can still get worked up over misdeeds performed by professional baseball players.
But here we are, embroiled in yet another scandal.