September 14, 2017

Glen Rose Beaver, Jarred Rogers hands the ball off to teammate Ryan Taylor during the week one game against Malvern on Saturday, Sept. 2. In the background is the Glen Rose football team watching as their running back takes the ball and tries to  pick up some yards.Josh Burroughs runs in for a Lion touchdown at the Friday, Sept. 8 game against the Poyen Indians.Bismarck’s quarterback James Kegley looks for a short pass at last week’s game against Poyen on Friday, Sept. 8 at Bismarck High School.JaShon Dawn scopes out a Lake Hamilton Wolf carrying the ball on Friday, Sept. 8.Poyen’s quarterback, Jacob Farmer catches a snap and gets ready to make a play at the game against the Bismarck Lions on Friday, Sept. 8. The Indians lost on the road and maintain a 0-2 record this season.The coach leans in to explain a play to the offense after the Malvern Elementary School football players warmed up at a rainy practice on Tuesday, Sept. 12. The practice took place on the field behind the old Malvern Junior High School and started at 6 p.m.Malvern Elementary School fifth grade football players practice at the old Malvern Junior High School field on Tuesday, Sept. 12. The practice began at 6 p.m. and continued despite the rainy conditions.Superintendent Brian Golden spoke to the Malvern Lions Club on Tuesday, Sept. 12 about the need for a millage increase to pay for renovations on the high school. Carolyn Otts with A Pocket Full of Posies demonstrates arranging cut flowers on Friday, Sept. 8 at the Hot Spring County Fair and Livestock Show fairgrounds educational building as Stephanie Collie, AMF CFD owner of A Pocket Full of Posies watches. Judge Nicki Litchford walks behind Cade Davis’ Hereford heifer during the cattle judging at the 2017 Hot Spring County Fair and Livestock Show on Wednesday, Sept. 6.The Hot Spring County Quorum Court held its invocation led by Don Key before the start of court on Tuesday, Sept. 12.

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