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May 27th, 2014

Interstate Thirty highlights HSC Memorial Day Celebration,

May 27, 2014

Tuesday, May 27, 2014 headlines

May 27, 2014

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Saturday, May 24 headlines

May 27, 2014

Honoring those who’ve fallen, MDR closes Monday for
Memorial Day, Henson atty. picked up transcript, Man pleads guilty to
hijacking bus, Mental Health awareness, How to Become an EMT or Paramedic, Resolution signals new rift with court, Standing to volunteer, Recovery efforts from Arkansas storms progresses, Driver in Ark. crash that killed Okla. woman found, Senators push for Redskins name change, Derby winner unfazed by possum, B&G Club basketball camp set for June, Cuban apologizes for comment,On this weekend in sports history, Pope selected, Meet…Casey Weaver, Arkansas farm and grain

May 22nd

Veterans tribute

May 22, 2014

The American Flag/Veterans Tribute (top photo) will be on display at the HSC Courthouse lawn until Tuesday, June 3. (Bottom photo) The removable/reusable display was developed by Tom Arnold, (center back) U.S. Army Master, Ret. as a fundraiser for a Malvern High School JROTC scholarship fund. Pictured above are members of the Woodmen of the World, MHS JROTC, American Legion 11 and VFW Post 2586: (from left) Brian Smith, Carl Cook, Dylan Whitley, Col. Pat Daniel, Randall Ward, Mike Wofford, Arnold, K.J. Felders, Nick Cothern, Robert Lafond, David Arnold, Jeff Price and Richard Myers.

Thursday May 22, 2014 headlines

May 22, 2014

Veterans tribute, Cox, Ashcraft, Willis win outright, Election problems

May 21st

How Hot Spring County voted in the state races

May 21, 2014

US Congress Dist. 4
Moll (R) 694
Westerman (R) 630

Governor
Bryant (D) 469
Ross (D) 2,572
Coleman (R) 341
Hutchinson (R) 981

Lt Governor
Griffin (R) 761
Hobbs (R) 238
Mayberry (R) 292

Attorney General
Nation (R) 134
Rutledge (R) 628
Sterling (R) 505

State Auditor
Lea (R) 883
Yang (R) 346

State Treasurer
Baird (R) 645
Milligan (R) 579

ELECTION 2014, Hollingsworth, Weldon take preliminary lead

May 21, 2014

Hot Spring County Election Commissioner Terry Bracy (left) and Hot Spring County Election Coordinator Patty Griggs (right) count votes with a technical support person from Department of Information Services. (Photo by Ronna Pennington available on the MDR website)

ELECTION 2014

May 21, 2014

Sheriff Ed Hollingsworth won 50.98 percent of the vote in his re-election bid for the Democratic nomination for Hot Spring County Sheriff. Malvern Mayor candidate Brenda Weldon garnered 50.58 percent of the vote in the Democratic primary, but with 33 absentee ballots left to verify and some paper ballots cast at the polls on Tuesday, percentages may change.

Wednesday May 21, 2014 headlines

May 21, 2014

Wednesday May 21, 2014 headlines

May 21, 2014

ELECTION 2014 Hollingsworth, Weldon take preliminary lead, Garland Co. voting trouble, GOP looks to fall to
complete Arkansas turnover, How Hot Spring County voted in the state races, Local dodges phone scam, Recipe Scene, Delta Sigma
Theta Scholarship, Art contest, JBU grad, Wonders of Wildflowers Weekend, Busy weekend planned for Point Cedar, Arkansas war was still raging 150 years ago, Remember a loved one this weekend, Celebrate EMS history and heroes, The emergency medical technician, National

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