Pictured at left is Evan Cloud with Blakelyn Riggan. They are the Malvern Daily Recordâs Smile of the Week. Cloud and Riggan assisted the 4-H Auction on Friday by presenting items to the audience. (Photo submitted by Sarah Colson, reporter of HSC 4-H Teen Leaders)
Tuesdayâs warm sunny afternoon brought families out to City Park. (Photo by Mi Vaughn available ont he MDR website)
Phil Clem was honored â and the subject of some good-natured kidding â at the Hot Spring County Medical Foundationâs annual toast and roast. Hospital administrator Sheila Williams said the event was just a little short of a total sell-out. The event raised more than $6,200 through its silent and live auctions, she said. Williams did not have the total earned through the eventâs ticket sales at press time.
The Boys & Girls Club basketball games provide light moments for the fans. (Photo by Eric Moore available on the MDR website)
Parents often look in on their children while the kids are sleeping. Kids often look peaceful while asleep, and parents enjoy seeing them getting their needed slumber. However, some kids can struggle when it comes to getting their necessary rest.
This past weekend, I participated in my final winter meeting of the National Governors Association in Washington, D.C. These meetings allow governors to come together to share ideas and discuss issues that our states face collectively. As you might expect, other governors approached me about the ground we have broken on health care in Arkansas, both with our Payment Improvement Initiative and with the Arkansas Private Option.
Get your Canadian tuxedos ready, ladies. Canadian tuxedos? If you donât know what one is (which you do, just maybe not by this name) let me tell you... it is when you wear denim both on top and bottom. Do you think this is a fashion faux pas, because if you do youâre mistaken. Once upon a time perhaps it was, but not anymore. Denim is an excellent material due to how durable and long-lasting it can be. Youâll hear me say this on just about everything, you get what you pay for. I have jeans that cost more than your average pair of jeans do; mind you, I have had some of these for years upon years and will have them for years to come.
The Malvern High School EAST Lab recently received confirmation they had been awarded a $1,000 grant from Blue Cross & Blue Shield Blue & You Foundation.
The grant will fund a project called Hunger Relief. According to EAST teacher Mary LaVergne, the students submitted the paperwork for the grant online and were notified quickly that they qualified and would receive the grant.
For the rest of the story pick up a MDR Friday Feb. 28 edition.
ON THE FRONT:
Majestic Hotel burns
MHS EAST to receive grant
$5,000 reward for information in killing of eagle
Ambulance service public hearing to be held Monday
Couple arrested after selling tamales filled with deer meat
Agency tells Exxon to clean spillâs pathways better
Elvis is back, and running for office
Sprayer calibration deadline
ON THE INSIDE:
Examining Sunday Sacredness In the New... Testament
Our Quest for Eternal Life, Whatâs Next?
Trusting God in the Interruptions
More residents speak out on proposed ambulance changes
Brown offers âword of the monthâ
Malvern recognizes student achievers
Letters to the Editor
Time to get your Canadian tuxedos ready
Killdeers can be seen nesting now
Recently Accounted For Service Members
Lady Leopards on court for Round 2 today
Angler Kilgore has eyes on Bassmaster Southern Open
with two-run homer Thursday
Honor Code remains on target for Rebel
Today in sports history, Thursdayâs sports transactions