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June 5th, 2014

Library served more than 63,000 visitors last year

June 5, 2014

Recently, Malvern/Hot Spring County Library Regional Director Ashley Parker-Graves presented the library’s 2013 Annual Report to the HSC Quorum Court and to the Malvern City Council as mandated by state law. The report covers information collected from January to December of 2013 and was reported to the Arkansas State Library and the federal government.

Big cat investigation leads to unrelated arrest

June 5, 2014

After numerous sightings of a large cat around the Hot Spring County, an investigation by Arkansas Game and Fish Commission officers and Hot Spring County sheriff’s deputies led to an unrelated arrest.

MES wins $10,000 in music equipment

June 5, 2014

Malvern Elementary School received a $10,000 grant from “Keys + Kids” Piano Grant Program. Sara Bareilles and the VH1 Save the Music Foundation announced the winners on May 30. MES received a total of $10,000 worth of equipment for their music room. They were awarded a Yamaha NU1 upright hybrid piano, a Yamaha StagePass 600i portable PA system, and a Sure SM58 vocal microphone.

Street repairs

June 5, 2014

A block of Reyburn Road at its intersection with Babcock was blocked off for street work Wednesday morning as crews worked to relieve draining issues along the sides of the street. Street superintendent Glenn McCloud said the city will also be repairing large potholes caused by water buildup and winter weather. Repair will begin next week, weather-permitting, he said. (Photo by Ronna Pennington available on the MDR website)

June 4th

MMS students score high on ACT

June 4, 2014

Four Malvern Middle School students received recognition from Duke University’s Talent Identification Program at the awards ceremony held at the University of Arkansas in Little Rock. These seventh grade students took the ACT test along with senior high students from around the nation and scored 21 or above in one or more of the core areas. Nathan Cowling received national as well as state recognition for his achievement. The students are Nathan Cowling, Chance Lund, Zaine Stoecker and Taylor Doddridge. (Photo submitted)

Ambulances online

June 4, 2014

LifeNet began officially operating its ambulance service in Malvern on Sunday, June 1. According to Robin Halbert, Hot Spring County 911 director, LifeNet software has been installed on computers at Hot Spring County 911 which allows dispatchers to view the location of ambulances.

For the rest of story pick up a MDR.

Malvern Water Works manager David Coston addresses the finance committee.

June 4, 2014

David Coston, general manager of Malvern Water Works, opened the Malvern City Council finance meeting Monday night, June 2, with the topic of raising water utility deposits. Coston said he wants to raise residential homeowners’ deposits to $75 from $50. As of now, the renter’s deposit is $75 and MWW wants to raise that to $100. Coston said he wants to increase commercial deposits from $50 to $100. Coston approached the matter of raising the rates as a comparison to paying first and last month’s rent.

June 3rd

Saturday storms create flash flooding

June 3, 2014

This past Saturday, May 31, much of the Malvern area saw a tremendous amount of rainfall. According to Robin Halbert, director of 911, Malvern experienced approximately 2 1/2 inches of rain fall in a very short amount of time.

May 31st

ProMed sues city, LifeNet

May 31, 2014

Ronna Pennington

ProMed Ambulance filed a motion for preliminary injunction in federal court around noon on Friday, May 30, in hopes of preventing the implementation of LifeNet as the city’s exclusive ambulance provider. ProMed also filed a “Brief in Support of Motion for Preliminary Injunction,” a “Summons in Civil Action” to the City of Malvern and LifeNet, Inc., and a “Verified Complaint for Declaratory Judgment, and Preliminary and Permanent Injunction for Damages” which asks the federal court to declare the city’s contract with LifeNet null and void.

May 30th

Wilson Student Council and homerooms help tornado victims

May 30, 2014

The Wilson Intermediate School student council hosted a change collection in each homeroom and raised $817 for tornado victims in the Vilonia and Mayflower areas. They voted to add money from their club's treasury to round the number up to $1000.

For more details, see page 1 of the Saturday, May 31 MDR

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