November 11th, 2014
HSCSO Press Release
Hot Spring County Sheriff's Deputies responded to calls Sunday, Nov. 9 on Lambert Road in the Bismarck area. With the assistance of Arkansas State Police, Clark County, Arkansas Park Police a subject was taken into custody with no officer or officer related injuries. The suspect was taken into custody after barricading himself into a building on the property with family members and allegedly shooting at other family members. At the time of this release all suspects are in custody and all deputies, troopers and law enforcement are back on duty safely.
Baptist Health Center-Hot Spring County is hosting a senior health fair on Wednesday, Nov. 12, 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. at the Malvern Senior Adut Center, 1800 West Moline Street.
Representatives from Baptist will offer free cholesterol, triglyceride and glucose testing, diabetic foot checks, pulmonary function testing and blood pressure checks.
Those who attend may register for door prizes that have been donated by 20 businesses and vendors that target seniors. The public is invited to participate in the senior health fair. For additional information, call Kelli Hopkins at (501) 332-7018.
Malvern Middle School will host a drop-in reception for local veterans on Tuesday, November 11, from 2:00 p.m. until 2:30 p.m. All local veterans to drop by for refreshments in their honor. Students will be available for guided tours of the building.
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Pro Football Weekend Recap
28 New Orleans (4-4) @
10 Carolina (3-5-1)
New Orleans took over sole possession of first place in the NFC South, as running back Mark Ingram continued his strong season as he ran for 100+ yards and 2 touchdowns. The New Orleans defense was able to stymy Carolina QB Cam Newton, who was 10-28 passing for 151 yards.
22 Cleveland (5-3) vs.
17 Tampa Bay (1-7)
It was senior night at Glen Rose on Friday, Oct. 31, but it was the younger crowd that helped lead the Beavers (2-7 overall, 2-4 in the 5-3A Conference) to a 30-7 victory over the Horatio Lions (0-9 overall, 0-6 in the 5-3A Conference).
It was not the Glen Rose offense, nor its defense that got the first score of the game. Facing a fourth down deep in its own territory, the Lions elected to punt, but the snap went through the hands of the punter, forcing him to kick it out of the back of the end zone for a safety and a 2-0 lead for Glen Rose with 7:34 to go in the first quarter.
The Bismarck Lions (4-5 overall, 2-4 in the 5-3A Conference) could not keep up with the overpowering Prescott Curley Wolves (9-0 overall, 6-0 in the 5-3A Conference), falling by the score of 52-14 at home on Friday, Oct. 31.
Prescott was the first to put points on the scoreboard, finding the end zone on a 40-yard pass with 10:48 remaining in the opening stanza to go up 7-0.
Bismarck would have an answer for that score with a 75-yard touchdown scamper by Zack Roberts. The point-after attempt was no good and the Curley Wolves retained the lead at 7-6 with 9:00 left in the first quarter.
The Magnet Cove Panthers (6-3 overall, 4-2 in the 5-2A Conference) needed a win on Friday, Oct. 31 to keep their hopes alive for a fourth-straight conference title.
For much of the road game at the Conway Christian Eagles (8-1 overall, 6-0 in the 5-2A Conference), it looked like the Panthers might pull it off, before succumbing to the homestanding Eagles by the score of 17-14.
The Panthers struck first on a 15-yard touchdown run by Josh Smeltzer with 3:39 remaining in the first quarter. Smelterâ€™s point-after attempt was good and Magnet Cove held a 7-0 lead.
The 7-4A Conference has been a meat-grinder for its members this season, but as the season neared its conclusion, two teams began to emerge from the pack â€” the Malvern Leopards and the Nashville Scrappers.
On Friday, Oct. 31, the Leopards (6-3 overall, 4-2 in the 7-4A Conference) traveled to face the Scrappers (8-1 overall, 5-1 in the 7-4A Conference) and came up just short of having the top spot in the conference all to themselves after a 28-26 loss.
Charles Cooper, age 57 of Malvern, died early Tuesday, October 29, 2014, at his residence.