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June 27th, 2014

Brickfest will use "Brick Bucks" currency

June 27, 2014

The MDR just learned that this year's Brickfest will be using Brick Bucks as currency for food vendors, drink stations and carnival rides. $1= 1 Brick Buck. Brick Bucks can be purchased at four locations at Malvern City Park. One of those locations will accept debit and credit cards. More details about Brick Bucks will be included in the Saturday MDR.

June 26th

Brickfest Corrections

June 26, 2014

Brickfest Corrections:

Information provided to the Malvern Daily Record from the Brickfest Committee was incorrect regarding sponsorship of the pro bull riding event and parking. The correct information is:

The Malvern Tire Company Brickfest Bull Bash is presented by Mahindra Tractors of Malvern. In addition to Malvern Tire and Mahindra Tractors of Malvern, sponsors of the event are Teeter Motor Co., Southern Bancorp, Rent-a-Center, Horns Used Cars, Sykes Enterprises, Malvern Power Equipment and Red River Dodge.

June 20th

Jones receives Farm Credit scholarship

June 20, 2014

Levi Jones, a 2014 Glen Rose High School graduate, was one of 20 western Arkansas students awarded a $1,000 academic scholarship from Farm Credit of Western Arkansas.
Jones is attending Arkansas Tech University this fall and plans to pursue an Agriculture Education degree. He is the son of John and Tara Jones of Malvern.
“We proudly award this well-deserved scholarship in recognition of Levi’s many academic accomplishments and student leadership,” explains Farm Credit CEO Glen Manchester.

Brickfest events finalized

June 20, 2014

Brickfest is just a week away and things are falling into place, according to Brenda Weldon, music coordinator of the festival. Weldon put to rest rumors about any uncertainties regarding funding for scheduled entertainment. “Sykes is the presenting sponsor as the biggest donor to the festival,” she said. In addition to monetary donations, Sykes has also provided volunteers who will help with parking and other festival responsibilities, she said.

Road recognition

June 20, 2014

Resident Engineer Tim Baber (right) of the Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department, presents Hot Spring County Judge Bill Scrimshire with a plaque from the Arkansas Asphalt Pavement Association in recognition for quality asphalt paving for two county roads in Region 5, CC Road and Amity Road. Local company Martin Marietta provided the labor and materials for the jobs and the county did the prep work. (Picture by Mi Vaughn available on the MDR website)

June 17th

Farm Bureau claims adjusters win honors at recent conference

June 17, 2014

Above: Farm Bureau claims adjuster Michael McCrary (center) of Malvern was named the 2014 District Two Adjuster of the Year during the 61st annual Farm Bureau Claims Conference June 5 in Hot Springs. Forrest Fletcher (left), district two claims manager, and John Bonner (right), vice president of claims, presented the award to McCrary. The award is given annually to the adjuster in each of the nine claims districts who shows the most proficient job skills, outstanding leadership, professionalism and dedication during the previous year. (Photo submitted)

Malvern Students of the Month honored at May school board meeting

June 17, 2014

Malvern Superintendent Brian Golden, back center, recently recognized the May Students of the Month at the school board meeting. Students recognized include Cheyenne McWhirter (kindergarten), Dustin Farber (first grade), Fatima Flores (second grade), Briana Crews (third grade), Ben Capes (fourth grade), Anthony Beard (fifth grade), Piper Bailey (sixth grade), Laura Beth Russell (seventh grade), Will Smith (eighth grade), Christian Morgan (ninth grade), Katelyn Kratz (10th grade), Sebastian Romero (11th grade) and Maya McGhee (12th grade). (Photo submitted)

Bear visits Earnest St.

June 17, 2014

On Monday morning, Animal Control Officer Darren Finley helped the Malvern Police Department remove a bear from a tree on Earnest Street. Finley stated, “It was about 180 pounds, a 2-year-old black bear.” Finley said they used sedation and a rope system to get the bear out of the tree. Generally, he said, black bears are fairly docile. “To me they are not a danger as long as you don’t get in between mama and cubs,” Finley added.

For the rest of the story pick up a copy of today's MDR. Tuesday June 17.

Finishing touches

June 17, 2014

Doris English (from left), Betty Parker and Margaret Lawrence put the finishing touches on dishes to be served at the Senior Center Card Tournament held at the Malvern Country Club on Saturday. (Photo by Ronna Pennington)

June 14th

Health Focus

June 14, 2014

How to manage back pain, No-bake desserts make the perfect end to a gathering

See page 5A in the Saturday, June 14 MDR

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