Archive - News Article
August 20th, 2014
Delayed arrival of some prisoners to court can delay the judicial process and jeopardize court security, according to some of those involved in the court system. They say the sheriffâ€™s office is responsible for the late delivery of prisoners who are to appear in court.
Read the full story in the Wednesday, Aug. 20, 2014 Malvern Daily Record
Sheriff's office responds to prison transport complaints
Easley sets fines and callbacks in circuit court
MYSTERY PERSON CONTEST!
MHS student speaks to Kiwanis
Point Cedar News
Poyen Purple-Gold game kicks things off
Scrimmage games continue this week
Manziel not ready for prime-time
Scenarios help local schools prepare to protect students
Jay joins county extension agency
Dugan to celebrate 90th birthday
CADC to begin utility assistance
Ensuring safe canned foods
Wrecking Crew wins inaugural tournament
Grass vs. turf â€” the age-old debate
Pics from the first day of school, the Victory Back to School Explosion and Fan Page
Grant County Sheriff Donald Ray Vance reportedly submitted a letter of resignation to Grant County Judge Kemp Nall, effective at 8 a.m. Monday, Aug. 18. Read more in the Saturday, Aug. 16, 2014 MDR.
How a lien can help keep the city clean
Williams hears pleas, sets callbacks
Fair queen pageants set for Saturday
Pastors share messages on our Religion Page
Deer plentiful in state again
Malvern tennis prepares for season
Cinnamon roll shortcut recipe in "Spoonful of Grace"
Mystery Person revealed
...and much more!
The Malvern Daily Record is seeking teachers and sponsors to participate in the newspaperâ€™s annual Newspapers in Education (N.I.E.) program. Each school year, the MDR, with the help of community sponsors, sends about 75,000 newspapers into area classrooms, according to MDR Publisher Richard Folds.
The Hot Spring County Quorum Court met Tuesday, Aug. 12 in regular session and approved several bills and resolutions. Among those, justices of the peace voted unanimously to transfer funds from the Unappropriated General Fund to a sheriff's department account. The funds transferred are actually from a check received from Gallagher Bassett insurance for damage to a 2008 Dodge Charger used by the sheriff's department.
Magnet Cove School District will welcome a new superintendent for the 2014-2015 school year, Danny Thomas. The Magnet Cove School Board convened earlier in the year to look for prospective replacements for former superintendent Gail McClure, now retired. After much deliberation, on March 19 the board decided on Batesville native Danny Thomas.
Read the full story on the front page of the Thursday, Aug. 14 MDR.
In today's MDR:
Magnet Cove welcomes new superintendent
Quorum court approves transfers and positions
MDR seeks teachers, sponsors for NIE
Columnist Ann Ashcraft's Senior Activity Center News
Looking back to 1989
Smile of the Week
Shorewood Hills UMC celebrates 65 years
Bismarck golf wins again, stays perfect this season
MSD to begin drug testing
Bismarck football practice pics
Pics from around the city and county on "Our Community" page
VIDEO: Joint practice becomes ugly between Raiders and Cowboys