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April 1st, 2014
The Lions Club meets every Tuesday at Western Sizzlin. For more information, contact President Shanna Stuckey at 501-467-1586.
Current City Attorney James Lucas Graham has announced his candidacy for the Malvern City Attorney position and will be running against Cecilia Ashcraft for the Democratic nomination in the May Democratic Primary. Graham has served as Malvernâ€™s city attorney since January 2013, and owns and operates the Graham Law Firm in Malvern. Graham previously gained experience in the areas of municipal law and governance while working for the Arkansas Municipal League and while serving as an Assistant City Attorney for the City of Little Rock.
The Malvern Area Kiwanis hosted the Kelly Miller Circus for two performances on Sunday, March 30. Despite the change of venue from the Malvern Moose Lodge to Sykes parking lot, Susan Lafond, president of Kiwanis was pleased with the turnout. â€śWe believe that the visibility increased attendance. We had to use social media to spread the word about the last minute change. The ringmaster held each show several minutes to allow for those that had not heard about the change of location to find us,â€ť said Lafond.
According to the Hot Spring County Sheriffâ€™s Office, Theodore Steven McElroy, a suspect in a Military Road burglary investigation, has been apprehended.
On Tuesday the Hot Spring County Circuit Court Judge Chris E Williams presided over his docket. The following were seen in Williamsâ€™ court:
The sunny weather earlier in the week encouraged people to get outdoors to enjoy the start of Spring. These folks enjoyed a day of Spring Break by fishing at the Ouachita River boat ramp. (Photo by Mi Vaughn on the MDR website)
The sound of squealing tires was heard just before a loud boom, the house shook and everything fell, according to a resident of a mobile home on Wine Dot Road.
Looking Back to March 26, 1990 â€” these items were featured in the Malvern Daily Record:
WASHINGTON (AP) â€” Wal-Mart Stores Inc. is recalling 174,000 dolls because the toy can overheat and potentially burn consumers.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said Tuesday that the "My Sweet Love / My Sweet Baby Cuddle Care Baby Doll" has a circuit board in its chest that can overheat, causing the surface of the doll to get hot and burn someone.
Wal-Mart has received 12 reports of incidents, including two burns or blisters to the thumb.
Consumers should stop using the product, remove the batteries and return them to any Wal-Mart store for a refund.