Archive - 2014 - News Article
The Malvern Daily Record is celebrating Veterans Day by honoring those who have served in our nationâ€™s military. Submit your service memberâ€™s photo along with name, branch of service, place of service and dates served and also note whether the veteran is living or deceased. Photos are due by Friday, Oct. 31 (no Polaroids or photocopies). Look for information forms in the MDR, or fill one out in the office at 219 Locust Street, Malvern. Veterans will be featured in the Saturday, Nov. 8 MDR.
U.S. Senator Mark Pryorâ€™s Mobile Office will continue its statewide tour to help Arkansans who may be having problems with the Veterans Administration, Social Security, or other services involving the federal government. Pryor invites Arkansans to visit with his staff in Malvern today (Wednesday, Oct. 8), 10:30 a.m. â€“ 11:30 a.m.: Hot Spring County Chamber of Commerce, 213 W. 3rd St.
The Malvern Daily Record invites you to join in its 98th birthday celebration on Tuesday, Oct. 7. The MDR will serve hot dogs, birthday cake and other refreshments beginning at 10 a.m. on Tuesday. The event will be held in the parking lot by the MDR office, 219 Locust Street in Malvern. In addition to refreshments, stop by to register for prize giveaways. We will have two give-aways per hour from noon to 3 p.m.
Recovery efforts are underway at the corner of Overman and Moore streets in Malvern where one person was killed after a tree fell on a home, according to reports.
The victim has been identified as Jonathan Cooper, age 28. A child in the home was rescued without injury, early reports say.
More information will be reported as it becomes available.
The Hot Springs Police Department arrested a Malvern man who allegedly raped a woman inside her car on a mall parking lot on Monday, Sept. 22 at approximately 4:30 p.m. According to KARK, police have charged Larry Lavell Jones, 36, of Malvern, with rape, battery and robbery.
The MDR will post additional information as it is confirmed.
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BOONEVILLE, Ark. (AP) â€” A convicted killer who escaped an Arkansas prison turned himself in to authorities Thursday after about three months on the run.
Arkansas Department of Correction spokeswoman Shea Wilson says inmate Timothy Buffington went to a home in western Arkansas on Thursday and asked the resident to call Booneville police so he could surrender.
Authorities had been searching an area in Logan and Sebastian counties after someone spotted Buffington and called law enforcement.
Prosecuting Attorney Stephen Shirron said there was a shooting in Hot Spring County shortly after midnight on Saturday, Sept. 13. A man was killed by an apparent single gunshot wound. Identification is pending notification of next of kin. Shirron said the body was sent to the crime lab for investigation. The MDR will release more information as it is made available.
I-30 repair results in county road complaints
MPD arrests two in abandoned building
Beetle causes firewood quarantine
Mayor confirms investigation
Groundbreaking for Veterans Memorial
Lions hear extension agency history
Malvern Fire Department Report
DHS proposes to change state's "private option" insurance program
Bismarck Educators get in on ALS challenge
Poyen Elementary School named one of nine schools to get shade trees
MHS Player of the Week
Bismarck Spirit Week begins
Magnet Cove cross country has good showing
Bismarck residents excel at shooting competition