November 7, 2017

Jashon Dawn carries the ball down the sideline with no pads on at the Monday, Nov. 6 practice for the Malvern Leopards at Claude Mann Stadium.Glen Rose High School cheerleaders toss toy footballs into the stands for people watching the football game on Friday, Nov. 3.Hot Spring County Judge Dennis Thornton welcomed attendees at the Hot Spring County Conversations meeting held on Wednesday, Nov. 1 at College of the Ouachitas.Beaver stadium was full on Friday, Nov. 3 for the last home game of the regular season for the Glen Rose Beavers. Glen Rose took on the Gurdon Go-Devils. The Beavers won and became undisputed conference champions with a 63-24 final. The Beavers bring a 9-1 overall record into the postseason to take on the Newport Greyhounds on Friday, Nov. 10. Newport competes in the 3-3A conference and lost three games in the 2017 regular season.Phala Strother (top left) gives Vicki Wardell a razorback quilt raffle ticket while Laura Gulley (bottom left) greets Andrea Goss as she signs up for a door prize at the Baptist Health Medical Center - HSC’s Holiday Extravaganza.Jimmy (Jaammys) Bennett grabs a one-footed blunt stall on top of the six foot halfpipe in Benton’s Tyndall Park recently. The Malvern local rides boards from local companies and ones that he cuts himself.The Malvern Leopard crowd in Arkadelphia was unsatisfied with the 66-6 result of the rivalry game on Friday, Nov. 3 with the Leopards’ loss to Arkadelphia.Saturday, Nov. 4 was a different evening in Malvern, the Moonlite Market came to town. Families and friends gathered to visit the market in the dark hours. The Market was open from 3 to 9 p.m. with vendors lighting up their booths. The Market was held at the Bank of the Ozarks Stage in Malvern City Park. It will return on Saturday, Dec. 2.Second graders from Bismarck Elementary School, Malvern High School Color Guard, local elected officials, veterans and others gathered at the Hot Spring County Courthouse for the planting of the WWI Centennial Memorial Tree. The event was sponsored by Hot Spring County Historical Society, WWI Centennial Commemoration Committee, Department of Arkansas Heritage and Arkansas Forestry Commission.Two Malvern Middle School cheerleaders lock arms with Leo the Leopard in support of the Malvern Leopards while they fought for the Ouachita River Rumble Belt on Friday, Nov. 3.

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