April 2020 Photos

After people across the nation have been told to take safety and health precautions due to the COVID-19 outbreak, a Bigfoot display is shown wearing a mask holding disinfectant supplies at the residence of William and Cheri Bailey located on Highway 67 in Malvern.As small business owners in downtown Malvern, Cute Affordable Fashion co-owners Sarah Loy and Tonia Davis remain hopeful during COVID-19 crisis.Malvern Elementary School Counselor Becky Hedges and her family are all smiles while participating in a parade Wednesday afternoon.During the parade, members of this family showcase signs they made for the Malvern Elementary School teachers. Bismarck sophomore Hannah Collie takes a shot during a game during the 2019-2020 basketball season.Bismarck senior Alyssa Zia dribbles the ball down the court during a game during the 2019-2020 basketball season.Hot Spring County Chief Deputy Treasurer Glorie Thornton, who also serves on the Christmas courthouse committee, remains hopeful about the courthouse decorations fundraiser June 26 at the courthouse pavilion. The fundraiser was originally scheduled for April 3, but was postponed due to the outbreak of COVID-19.Magnet Cove senior Hailey Rimmer goes up to bat during a 2019 Lady Panthers softball game. The Lady Panthers 2020 softball season was postponed due to concerns about  COVID-19.Magnet Cove sophomore Jace Beckwith jumps for the tipoff during a Panthers’ game during the 2019-2020 basketball season.Magnet Cove sophomore Evin Ashcraft dribbles around an England defender during a Panthers’ game during the 2019-2020 basketball season.Magnet Cove sophomore Owen Tillery goes up for a shot during a Panthers’ game during the 2019-2020 basketball season.Magnet Cove junior Levi Horton takes the ball towards the basket for the Panthers during the 2019-2020 basketball season.Leona Hogan and Cedric Simmons play tennis at Malvern City Park. Kayla Graham, left, and Haley Cazort paint cartoon characters on the window of a downtown Malvern business. Hot Spring County Clerk Sandy Boyette, left, sprays hand sanitize into the hands of Deputy Payroll Clerk Patty Griggs. Boyette amid the outbreak of coronavirus has created hand sanitizer and face masks to keep fellow courthouse employees safe. Hot Spring County Judge Dennis Thornton wears a face mask and encourages others to wear masks as well. Stephanie Collie, owner of Malvern Mercantile, hands an order to Malvern/ Hot Spring Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Lance Howell. Baptist Health Family Clinic-Malvern providers work  a COVID-19 screening site at 2204 Sullenberger Ave. located behind the Baptist Health Medical Center-HSC hospital in Malvern. Poyen senior Taylor Melton defies gravity to make a pass during an Indians game during the 2019-2020 basketball season.Poyen senior Lance Austin shoots a three-pointer during an Indians game in the 2019-2020 basketball season.Ray Bailey, head of the maintenance department at the Hot Spring County Courthouse stays busy completing handy work in the county judge's office Thursday. Throughout Oak Ridge Cemetery, several headstones were damaged as a result of fallen trees.Senior Madison Yarbrough 33, battles an opponent for the opening tip of a recent game. Junior Madyson Edward, 44, shoots the ball during a regular season game. Senior Kyla Puckett, 00, dribbles the ball past a Bigelow defender in the 2A-5 District Tournament.Hot Spring County Deputy Payroll Clerk Patty Griggs wears a protective mask and gloves while handling the procedure of a marriage license with a couple outside the courthouse.Lukas Boling lime washes the Arkansas Yarn Co. building in downtown Malvern to give it a natural age look.Magnet Cove senior Riley Green, dribbles the ball during a Lady Panthers game during the 2019-2020 season.Magnet Cove junior Zoee Rednour, makes a move around a defender during a Lady Panthers game in the 2019-2020 season.Magnet Cove sophomore Karson Davis, dribbles past a defender during a Lady Panthers game during the 2019-2020 season.Magnet Cove senior Kaitlin Fletcher, passes the ball during a Lady Panthers game during the 2019-2020 season.Senior Kelsey Dingler of the Malvern Lady Leopards soccer team perform for the final time at home before the season was officially canceled due to the COVID-19 virus.Senior Piper Baker of the Malvern Lady Leopards soccer team perform for the final time at home before the season was officially canceled due to the COVID-19 virus.Ouachita River Correctional Unit Superintendent DeAngelo Earl Staff at Baptist Health Family Clinic-Malvern screen a patient for COVID-19. Ouachita senior Greyson Huneycutt gets ready to pitch during a Warriors game during the 2020 baseball season.Ouachita freshman Bradley Abernathy slides into second base during a Warriors game during the 2020 baseball season.Ouachita senior Landon Jackson goes back to swing at the ball during a Warriors game during the 2020 baseball season.Ouachita freshman Hunter Rook pitches during a Warriors game during the 2020 baseball season.Ouachita senior Blake Abernathy leads off of second base during a Warriors game during the 2020 baseball season.Danna Carver and Sue Hutchison work together to assemble a face shield Friday at ASU Three Rivers. Sidney DeGrasse, a student at ASU Three Rivers, showcases how he made pieces for the face shields with a 3D printer.Centiennal Park was severely damaged. The park is still closed as city employees work to clean up. The entrance to Centennial Park is blocked as city of Malvern employees work to clean up following a severe storm. Danna Carver, far left, shows Joye McCarley-Short, center, and Sue Hutchison how to assemble the face shield. Pat Carver, left, uses a hole punch to construct a piece of the face shield. Community volunteers worked together to make face shields for local first responders and healthcare workers in Hot Spring County. Staff at ASU Three Rivers provided the 3D printers to create the headpieces. A total of 213 face shields were made.Left to right, Paul Helberg, Faith Harmon, Danna Carver and Joye McCarley-Short display face shields  that were made with the help of several agencies. These face shields will be given away to first responders and healthcare workers in Hot Spring County.