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July 18th, 2014
Video 3: U.S. Officials Race to Ukraine to Investigate Crash (Bloomberg)
Video 2: Malaysia Airlines Describes Passenger Manifest (AP)
Video 1: Raw: Debris From Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 (AP)
Firefighters work to douse debris on fire after a Malaysian jet was shot down in Ukraine. Officials say the plane was carrying 295 people.
Number 23, Tyson Cooper, bats for the Malvern Little League All-Stars Friday night against White Hall. Malvern lost 10-0, but bounced back Sunday afternoon with a 23-7 win over Corning. The team plays today at 6 p.m. at the Arkadelphia Youth Sports Complex as they take on Corning.
Rockport voters passed their bond issue in the Tuesday, July 8 election. The final vote was 74-44.
The Science Club was held at the Malvern/Hot Spring County Library Thursday, June 26 and they made Oobleck. Matthew Taber (standing) gave the kids a lesson in fluid dynamics and explained the basic states of matter and their physical properties. Oobleck is a non-Newtonian fluid. It acts like a liquid when being poured, but like a solid when a force is acting on it. It is made out of a mixture of corn starch and water. Oobleck gets its name from the Dr. Seuss book Bartholomew and the Oobleck. (Photo by Mi Vaughn available on MDR website)
The Magnet Cove School District recently received a grant for $20,000 from West Central Arkansas Planning and Development District (WCAPDD). The grant will assist the Magnet Cove School District with renovations of the baseball field and purchase new equipment. The WCAPDD General Improvement Fund grant program is to provide funding for community and economic development projects within a 10-county service area. Rep. David Kizzia, left, and Dwayne Pratt of the WCAPDD, right, present the grant check to former superintendent Gail McClure and Coach Robert Webb.
The Brickfest dog show was just one of this weekend's fun events. See a few of our photos from Brickfest 2014 online at the link below and be sure to check out the MDR this week for even more pics!
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.