February 2019 Photographs

Encore Healthcare and Rehabilitation hosted breakfast for local law enforcement officers on Friday, January 25, 2019. Pictured above are Encore staff members Ashley Lindsey, Lynn Davis, and Kelly Alston with members of the Arkansas Game and Fish CommissionThe Arkansas Department of Transportation (ARDOT) is installing signs across the State to remind motorists of an existing law that prevents vehicles from continuous travel in the left lane of a multilane roadway whenever it impedes the flow of other traffic.Encore Healthcare and Rehabilitation hosted breakfast for local law enforcement officers on Friday, January 25, 2019. Pictured above are Encore staff members Ashley Lindsey, Lynn Davis, and Kelly Alston with members of the Arkansas State Police Department.A section of Lake Catherine as viewed from above Remmel Dam shows the lake level receding to expose shoreline and eventually the lake bed.Encore Healthcare and Rehabilitation hosted breakfast for local law enforcement officers on Friday, January 25, 2019. Pictured above are Encore staff members Lynn Davis, Ashley Lindsey, and Kelly Alston with members of the Malvern Police Department.Poyen senior Jacob Farmer (5) and junior Lance Austin (2) try to block a shot during a recent game while senior Tim Edwards (3) and sophomore Jaxson Carter watch for the ball.Poyen senior Kindi Puckett looks to pass the ball during a recent game.Seniors honored for being the oldest and youngest at the Senior Center for the month of January were — oldest woman, Berta Nutt; oldest man, Charles Webb; Youngest woman, Mavis Walker, and youngest man, Joe Newborn.Encore Healthcare and Rehabilitation hosted breakfast for local law enforcement officers on Friday, January 25, 2019. Pictured above are Encore staff members Lynn Davis, Ashley Lindsey, and Kelly Alston with members of the Hot Spring County Sheriff’s OfficeDarlene Bryant, right, prepares to draw a name from the squirrel cage in the end of the month drawing at the Malvern Senior Adult Activity Center on Thursday, January 31, 2019.A Glen Rose 7th graders shoots the ball over a Ouachita 7th grader during the Beavers game with the Warriors at the Glen Rose Sports Arena on Thursday, January 31, 2019. The Beavers took a 16-0 lead over the Warriors until the 2:13 mark of the first quarter. After the first half, the Beavers led 20-2. In the second half, the Beavers outscored the Warriors 10-7 to win the game 30-9.The Glen Rose and Ouachita 7th grade girls go after the ball during the Lady Beavers game with the Lady Warriors on Thursday, January 31, 2019 at the Glen Rose Sports Arena. The Lady Beavers held the Lady Warriors scoreless in the first half to take an 11-0 lead. In the second half, the Lady Beavers took a 13-0 lead before the Lady Warriors scored 14 unanswered points to win the game 14-13.A Glen Rose Jr. Beaver goes up for the layup against the Ouachita Jr. Warriors in their game at the Glen Rose Sports Arena on Thursday, January 31, 2019. The Beavers and Warriors kept it close the whole game with the Warriors leading 8-6 after the first quarter. The Beavers came back to take the lead 14-10 at the half. The Beavers remained in the lead in the second half, leading the Warriors 23-21 after the third and winning the game 29-26. The Lady Beavers and Lady Warriors game came down to the wire.Glen Rose senior Dalen Baldwin goes for the pin during a match with a North Little Rock at the Glen Rose Elementary Gym on Thursday, January 31, 2019. On Monday, January 28, the Glen Rose Wrestling team competed in a dual with Lake Hamilton, Hot Springs, and Sheridan at Hot Springs High School. The Beavers went 6-4 in their matches.Dr. Eliyaha Hemo with Baptist Health Speciality Clinic in Malvern explains how the stomach works and how bariatric surgery can help obese patients with weight loss.  Hemo was the guest speaker at the Malvern Rotary Club weekly meeting on Wednesday, January 30, 2019.Dr. Kim Armstrong (right) presented Wayne Reynolds (middle) and Jesse Clark with a certificate of appreciation after their presentation on the United Way of Hot Spring County on Thursday, January 31, 2019 at the Malvern Area Kiwanis weekly meeting.(12) Hannah Carey for Malvern looks to pass to teammate (14) Rylee White against Harmony Grove’s defense during ninth grade girls junior high basketball action Thursday, January 31, 2019 at the Leopard Center.Magnet Cove Middle School January Students of the Month are from left to right (back row) Ryan Vickery, Bliss Reynolds, Baylee Rudolph, Wilson Ballentine, (front row) Haddie Hawthorn, and Austin Moreland.Magnet Cove fans watch the seniors play in the Panthers game with the England Lions on for Senior Night on Friday, February 1, 2019.Magnet Cove aren’t excited about the play calling during the Panthers game with the England Lions on Friday, February 1, 2019.Magnet Cove fans pack the house to watch the Lady Panthers and Panthers take on the England Lions and Lady Lions for Senior Night on Friday, February 1, 2019.A Magnet Cove student tells a young fan about the game during the Panthers game with the England Lions on Friday, February 1, 2019.Malvern Lady Cubs’ (12) Chasney Cooper (pictured) and (10) Aubrey Sonnier soared down the lane toward the basket to score against Haskell Harmony Grove Jr. Lady Cardinals during seventh grade girls hoops on Thursday, January 31, 2019 at the Leopard Center. Cooper and Sonnier posted the Lady Cubs scoring against Harmony Grove in their final game of the season in seventh grade action. Malvern fell short to Harmony Grove 13-6 during two 12 minute running clock halves of action.A Magnet Cove Jr. Panther goes up for the lay up against the England Jr. Lions on Friday, February 1, 2019. The Jr. Panthers beat the Jr. Lions 46-35.Magnet Cove junior Riley Green (3) goes to pass the ball inbounds while being guarded by an England Lady Lion during their game on Friday, February 1, 2019. The Lady Lions defeated the Lady Panthers 59-43.Magnet Cove senior Bradley Castle saves the ball from going out of bounds during the Panthers game with the England Lions on Senior Night at Magnet Cove on Friday, February 1, 2019.Maurice Hendrix (left) and Bart Draper rekindled memories of years spent in the 4-H program at the annual 4-H Old Fashioned Pancake Breakfast held on Saturday, February 2, 2019 at First Baptist Church in Malvern.Clean Shave — a United States Naval Academy Barbershop Quartet — performs the national anthem at Gobbler's Knob in Punxsutawney on Saturday morning. Pictured from left to right are 4-H Teen Leaders, Eva Berryhill, Troy Ray III, and Katie Cloud serving guests at the annual 4-H Old Fashioned Pancake Breakfast held on Saturday, February 2, 2019 at First Baptist Church in Malvern. Bismarck Jr. Lady Lion Erin Fendley looks to pass the ball during a recent game. The Bismarck Jr. Lady Lions advanced in the 7-3A District Tournament after beating Ashdown 38-14 on Monday, February 4, 2019. Leading the Lady Lions was Hannah Collie with 11 points and Erin Fendley had seven points. The Lady Lions will play again on Thursday, February 7.Bismarck senior Brock Tenbrink drives past a Smackover Buckaroo defender to get to the basket during the Lions and Buckaroos game at Holt Gymnasium on Tuesday, February 5, 2019.Bismarck senior Mady Calhoun tries to make her way around a defending Smackover Lady Buckaroo during their game at Holt Gymnasium on Tuesday, February 5, 2019.Louise White (center) visits with Danna and Pat Carver at the annual 4-H Old Fashioned Pancake Breakfast held on Saturday, February 2, 2019 at First Baptist Church in Malvern. Glorie Thornton (left) and Scott White visit during the annual 4-H Old Fashioned Pancake Breakfast held on Saturday, February 2, 2019 at First Baptist Church in Malvern. In the background, Hot Spring County Judge Dennis Thornton (back right) visits with Shira Kelley. Danny Hedges (center) was the winner of the Malvern Area Kiwanis Sexy Legs contest on Saturday, February 2, 2019. Boone Hyatt (left) received fourth place and C.T. Tacker (right) was named runner up. Third place went to Donnie Baker, who was not present. Malvern Area Kiwanis President Sharon Walters (right) presents District Court Judge Emily White (left) a certificate of appreciation on Thursday, January 24, 2019. White was the guest speaker at the weekly Kiwanis meeting.Two dimensional design second place team members Kaylee Hooper, Merin Nichols, Kyleigh Garner, Rachael Howard, Gannyn Murphy, Adelyne Irwin.Bell Groomes creative writing first place, mixed media second-place, language arts fourth grade 2nd place.Left photo: Cara Medlin digital art third Place, three dimensional design second place.Colby Kyle language arts 5th grade second-place.Colt Barrett Barber art third place, woodworking second, painting third place.(1) Elijah Mitchell for the Malvern Cubs showcases impressive defensive pressure against De Queen during junior high boys district tournament competition on Saturday, February 2, 2019 in Arkadelphia. The Cubs defeated De Queen in the first round, then topped Arkadelphia in the semifinals to advance to the championship game.Contestant Josh Waddles pleads for donations at the annual Malvern Area Kiwanis Sexy Legs Contest held Saturday, February 2, 2019 at the Boys & Girls Club of Malvern and Hot Spring County.Contestant Herman Grayer shows off his  “character legs” for donations at the annual Malvern Area Kiwanis Sexy Legs Contest held Saturday, February 2, 2019 at the Boys & Girls Club of Malvern and Hot Spring County.Twelve men showed off their legs to raise money for the annual Malvern Area Kiwanis Sexy Legs Contest held Saturday, February 2, 2019 at the Boys & Girls Club of Malvern and Hot Spring County. Pictured above left to right is Julio Gamez, Billy Hunter, John Michael Bearden, Boone Hyatt (fourth place winner), Taylor Culbreath, Danny Hedges (winner), Gerren Smith, C.T. Tacker (runner up and Mr. Congeniality), Tirrell Brown, Herman Grayer, Josh Waddles, and Ryan Hanley.Engineering first place, team members, Kaden Edwards, Ethan Parrault, Lawson Riley, Beau Edwards, Layton Russell.Kaden Townley sculpture first place, Science fourth grade 3rd place.(5) Aubriel Lomack for Malvern looks over the Mena defense make a pass during junior high girls district tournament on Saturday, February 2, 2019 in Arkadelphia. Malvern fell short of victory to Mena, 48-12.Macy Riley photography third-place.Magnet Cove senior Noah Maher takes it to the hole during a recent game with the England Lions. The Panthers finished the regular season on the road at Murfreesboro.Hot Spring County Historical Society President Melissa Phillips (right) poses with Kim Sanders (left), curator at the Butler Center for Arkansas Studies after Sanders’ presentation of Japanese American Incarceration in World War II in Arkansas on Monday, February 4, 2019 at College of the Ouachitas.Pictured with First Place in Presentation trophy, MNB representatives: Kyle Keeney, Marla Hunter, Sharon Barker, KT Marshall the Cooperative Christian Ministries & Clinic’s (CCMC) 15th Annual Chocolate Festival in Hot Springs last weekend.Portfolio second-place, team members Kaylee Hooper, Merin Nichols, Ainzlee Carter, Baylie Morrison, Madisyn Poe, Halle Hall, and Alexia Wood.Sophia Groomes performing arts solo first place.Technology third-place, team members Colt Barrett, Beau Edwards, Sutter Speer, Colby Kyle.Senior (10) Corbin Hughes and (11) Brendan Hill for Glen Rose apply double-team pressure defense on Lisa Academy with senior (23) Caleb Barr and Brayden Lyons standing guard during senior high boys basketball action Tuesday, February 5, 2019 at the Glen Rose Sports Arena.Sherri L. Diamond, M.D. Senior (10) Kasey Griffin for Glen Rose goes to control possession against a Lisa Academy Lady Jaguar during senior high girls basketball action on Tuesday, February 5, 2019 at the Glen Rose Sports Arena.Magnet Cove Elementary recently participated in the Great Kindness Challenge and has earned the title of a Kindness Certified School!  One of the activities was a pajama day to represent that we are all "Dreaming of Kindness!"  Pictured are students in pj's from the After School Care program.ASC Family FunDay 2-9-19 - Bork.jpg — Second Saturday Family FunDay will bring featured artist Dustyn Bork on Feb. 9, 1-3 p.m. to instruct visitors on how to screen print on a T-shirt. Bork’s exhibition “Complex Shapes and Empty Space” on view now at ASC.Maude Nelson, Laura Gulley, Ethel Halton, Jean Banks, and Shakara Lomack stand by pairs of socks that were donated to the Hot Spring County Homeless Coalition on Friday, February 8, 2019.The Malvern Cubs junior high boys basketball team won the 2019 Jr. High District Tournament on Thursday, February 7, 2019 after defeating Bauxite 41-34 in the championship game hosted at Arkadelphia High School Gymnasium. The Cubs are under the direction of Malvern head junior high boys basketball coach Kendrick Smith and assistant coach Nick Brumfield.(5) Carter Martin and (32) Laqwon Luton for Malvern double-team in the lane defensively to make the deflection for a block on Bauxite going for the shot during the junior high boys district tourney championship game Thursday, February 7, 2019 in Arkadelphia.(1) Elijah Mitchell for Malvern squares up with determination to make a move against the Bauxite defense during the junior high boys district tournament championship game Thursday, February 7, 2019 in Arkadelphia.The Malvern Cubs embrace each other with excitement and celebration after defeating Bauxite 41-34 in the junior high boys district tournament championship game Thursday, February 7, 2019 in Arkadelphia.Laney Wallace (Malvern) was honored for sophomore night in National Park College’s 71-60 loss to Crowder College Wednesday in Hot Springs.Magnet Cove FFA students  work in the greenhouse.Ouachita fans sit and stand where they can to watch the Warriors and Lady Warriors battle the Kirby Trojans and Lady Trojans on Senior Night at Ouachita on Friday, February, 8, 2019.Ouachita students check their phones during a timeout in the Lady Warriors game against the Kirby Lady Trojans on Friday, February 8, 2019.Even the youngest of Warriors fans comes out to watch the Warriors on Senior Night against Kirby on Friday, February 8, 2019.Bismarck FFA students attend the FFA National Convention and Expo on October 24-27, 2018 in Indianapolis, IN.Former Arkansas Razorback Head Football Coach, Houston Nutt speaks at the annual Baptist Health Medical Center-Hot Spring County Steak Soiree held at May Family Farm on Saturday, February 9, 2019.Senior (33) Jasmyne Monk for Malvern drives hard against Hope’s pressure defense (3) Jaleia Davis during senior high girls action on Friday, February 8, 2019 at the Leopard Center.Seniors’ (2) Logan Schneider for Malvern goes to contest to block Hope’s (41) Torey Phillips shot in the lane while (10) Blace West, (1) London Flourence and (0) junior Dallas Lewis stand guard defensively during senior high basketball action against Hope on Friday, February 8, 2019 at the Leopard Center.Malvern FFA students participate in the Hot Spring County Fair on September 3-8, 2018.Members of the Hot Spring County Conversations Magnet Cove School District Steering Committee plan strategic action for their community, Thursday, February 7, 2019, at Magnet Cove High School Library.Magnet Cove FFA students  work in the food bank preparing to pack Christmas food boxes.Bismarck senior Dylan Clayton signed his letter of intent to play football for Ouachita Baptist University on Monday, February 11, 2019.A long-abandoned section of the former industrial park, located in Jones Mill, sits adjacent to the site of the future Jones Mill Family Fun Park.Friends of The Malvern-Hot Spring County Library held their annual meeting on Thursday, February 7, 2019 in Malvern. Pictured, Tom Dillard, President of The Malvern -HSC Friends of the Library presented awards to Sue Hutchison (left photo), Employee of the Year during their annual meeting.Friends of The Malvern-Hot Spring County Library held their annual meeting on Thursday, February 7, 2019 in Malvern. Pictured, Tom Dillard, President of The Malvern -HSC Friends of the Library presented awards to Pam Hall (right photo), Volunteer of the Year during the annual meeting.The Malvern Leopards and Lady Leopards seniors from the basketball team, managers and cheerleaders were  recognized with family members and coaches on Senior Night for the final home basketball game on Friday, February 8, 2019 at the Leopard Center. The Malvern Leopards and Lady Leopards were victorious against Hope to conclude the 7-4A Conference season on Senior Night for the hometown hoop fans at the Leopard Center.  The Malvern Leopards and Lady Leopards seniors from the basketball team, managers and cheerleaders were  recognized with family members and coaches on Senior Night for the final home basketball game on Friday, February 8, 2019 at the Leopard Center. The Malvern Leopards and Lady Leopards were victorious against Hope to conclude the 7-4A Conference season on Senior Night for the hometown hoop fans at the Leopard Center.  The Malvern Leopards and Lady Leopards seniors from the basketball team, managers and cheerleaders were  recognized with family members and coaches on Senior Night for the final home basketball game on Friday, February 8, 2019 at the Leopard Center. The Malvern Leopards and Lady Leopards were victorious against Hope to conclude the 7-4A Conference season on Senior Night for the hometown hoop fans at the Leopard Center. The Malvern Leopards and Lady Leopards seniors from the basketball team, managers and cheerleaders were  recognized with family members and coaches on Senior Night for the final home basketball game on Friday, February 8, 2019 at the Leopard Center. The Malvern Leopards and Lady Leopards were victorious against Hope to conclude the 7-4A Conference season on Senior Night for the hometown hoop fans at the Leopard Center.The Malvern Leopards and Lady Leopards seniors from the basketball team, managers and cheerleaders were  recognized with family members and coaches on Senior Night for the final home basketball game on Friday, February 8, 2019 at the Leopard Center. The Malvern Leopards and Lady Leopards were victorious against Hope to conclude the 7-4A Conference season on Senior Night for the hometown hoop fans at the Leopard Center. The Malvern Leopards and Lady Leopards seniors from the basketball team, managers and cheerleaders were  recognized with family members and coaches on Senior Night for the final home basketball game on Friday, February 8, 2019 at the Leopard Center. The Malvern Leopards and Lady Leopards were victorious against Hope to conclude the 7-4A Conference season on Senior Night for the hometown hoop fans at the Leopard Center.The Malvern Leopards and Lady Leopards seniors from the basketball team, managers and cheerleaders were  recognized with family members and coaches on Senior Night for the final home basketball game on Friday, February 8, 2019 at the Leopard Center. The Malvern Leopards and Lady Leopards were victorious against Hope to conclude the 7-4A Conference season on Senior Night for the hometown hoop fans at the Leopard Center.The Malvern Leopards and Lady Leopards seniors from the basketball team, managers and cheerleaders were  recognized with family members and coaches on Senior Night for the final home basketball game on Friday, February 8, 2019 at the Leopard Center. The Malvern Leopards and Lady Leopards were victorious against Hope to conclude the 7-4A Conference season on Senior Night for the hometown hoop fans at the Leopard Center.  Ouachita senior Will Hixon checks the defense before shooting a three-pointer during the Warriors game with the Kirby Trojans on Senior Night at Ouachita on Friday, February 8, 2019.Ouachita senior Haley Langley (43), junior Kinzey Pasley (11), and junior Maegan Schweitzer (15) battle for the rebound during the Lady Warriors game with the Kirby Lady Trojans on Senior Night at Ouachita on Friday, February 8, 2019.Dr. Charles “Chuck” Welch, president of the Arkansas State University system, addressed student and public concerns relating to the alignment with College of the Ouachitas during a meeting on Tuesday, February 12, 2019.Residents at Encore Health and Rehabilitation enjoyed a surprise visit from the Malvern Police Department during their Valentine Ball on Wednesday, February 13, 2019. Pictured Left to Right are Sergeant Coke, Sergeant Prince, and Corporal Dickson dancing with residents.Glen Rose junior Brayden Lyons shoots the three-pointer during a recent Beavers game.Glen Rose sophomore Emma McJunkins scans the floor during a recent Lady Beavers game.In 2018, club member Hannah Skorcz was elected State Secretary.  This year, she presided over one of the general sessions.Poyen Junior Beta (division 2 grades 6-8) members Carter Vann, Macey Rettig, Emma Gifford, Rhett Barker, and Anastasia Harrison won the group talent category at the State Convention in JanuaryLillie Edwards placed second in junior photography at the Jr. Beta State Convention.Silas Goodman placed third in junior drawing competition and second in the seventh grade math academic test.Rosabeth Smith placed second in junior mixed media art.Pictured left, Avrie Anna Jones placed second in junior painting division at the State Jr. Beta Convention.The Junior Beta Quiz Bowl team placed third at the State Convention.  Team members are Grace Jones, Silas Goodman,  Leah Petty, and Analyn Pacheco.Pictured right, Logan Aucoin won the sixth grade academic science division at the State Jr. Beta Club Convention.The Poyen Junior Beta Portfolio placed second in competition.  Teaghan Harris and Analyn Pacheco were the editors of the portfolioRodney Allen (right), owner of the Malvern Country Club, had Marty and Marla Nix speak to the Malvern Lions Club during their weekly meeting on Tuesday, February 12, 2019.Magnet Cove sophomore Emma Golden tries to find an open teammate during a recent Lady Panthers game.Poyen Jr. High Robotics team coached by Autumn Henry competed at the UALR Winter VEX Robotics Tournament on January 19, 2019 and placed second out of 21 teams. They will next travel to Henderson for their second VEX tournament. Pictured, (Left to Right) - Anastasia Harrison, Rhett Barker, Silas Goodman, Layne McLillie. Blake Riggan (left) and Danny Riggan (right) have their picture made with former Arkansas Razorback Head Football Coach Houston Nutt at the Baptist Health Foundation Steak Soiree on Saturday, February 9, 2019 at the May Family Farm.Lance Howell gives remarks on the Hot Spring County Medical Foundation during the Baptist Health Foundation Steak Soiree on Saturday, February 9, 2019 at the May Family Farm.Former Arkansas Razorback Head Football Coach Houston Nutt speaks to the audience during the Baptist Health Foundation Steak Soiree on Saturday, February 9, 2019 at the May Family Farm.One of the many desserts served during  the Baptist Health Foundation Steak Soiree on Saturday, February 9, 2019 at the May Family Farm.Farmers Band and Trust Malvern Market President Scott White talks with former Arkansas Razorbacks Head Football Coach Houston Nutt before the Baptist Health Foundation Steak Soiree on Saturday, February 9, 2019 at the May Family Farm.R. L. Oden delivers the invocation during the Baptist Health Foundation Steak Soiree on Saturday, February 9, 2019 at the May Family Farm.Alpha Omega had a Valentines Day party at Western Sizzlin and inducted their new officers.  Sharon Loftis is the new president, MaryJane Alpe Vice President, Reba Grounds Treasurer, Carol Morris Secretary, Carol Davis Parliamentarians, Lyndal Eason correspondence, and Mary Stevens educational.Senior (24) Tiaunica Henderson for Malvern drives hard aggressively against Hope’s pressure defense of (4) Ra’nazyia Miller during senior high girls action on Friday, February 8, 2019 at the Leopard Center. The Lady Leopards came up short of victory to Mena in the girls 7-4A District Tournament on Tuesday, February 12, 2019 in Mena.Malvern’s senior trio of (1) London Flourence, (2) Logan Schneider and (10) Blace West are seen applying pressure defensively during a recent game in senior high boys basketball action. Malvern fell short to Nashville in the 7-4A Boys District Tournament hosted in Mena on Tuesday, February 12, 2019.The Malvern Senior and Junior High School cheerleaders performed together on Friday, February 8, 2019 during halftime on Senior Night for the final home basketball game of the 2018-19 season at the Leopard Center. The cheer teams provided the hometown Malvern hoop fans plenty of exciting taunts, motions and stunts for an impressive overall finale performance at the Leopard Center.The  7-4A Jr. High Boys District Tournament champions Malvern  Cubs basketball team received special recognition on Friday, February 8, 2019 at the Leopard Center. The Cubs captured the 2019 Junior High District Tournament title hosted in Arkadelphia February 2-7, 2019. The Cubs finished the season 15-9 overall under the direction of Malvern Jr. High Boys basketball Head Coach Kendrick Smith and Assistant Coach Nick Brumfield.Magnet Cove High School’s EAST students recently submitted their video for the  NASA HUNCH Video Challenge 2019  and has received notification that the video has made the top 10 in the nation.  There are approximately 173 schools in 28 different states that compete in the NASA HUNCH Program.  The students used an engineering program called MAYA to created the rocket scaffoldingKathi Ledbetter, Circulation Manager of the Malvern Daily Record, accepted a donation for the Newspaper In Eduction program from Josh Sawyer of Nix Screw Machine Products, Inc. on Thursday, February 14, 2019 at the MDR office.Keeney’s Food Market, located at 101 W Mill St, in Malvern was named a finalist for the 2019 Food Hall of Fame.(10) Lizzy Rowton for Ouachita eyes over the defense to make a play for the Lady Warriors’ offense during senior high girls basketball this season. The Lady Warriors fell to Kirby in the girls 1A-7 District Tournament on Thursday, February 14, 2019 hosted in KirbyThe Magnet Cove Gifted and Talented Program’s 5th Grade Quiz Bowl Team placed 2nd at a tournament at HSU on 02-11-19.   The team, Coached by GT Coordinator Angie Whitley, won 5 out of 6 games.  Team members are: L to R: Baylie Martin, Kori Dawson, Sunny Ham, Kami Mooney, and Hunter WoodsThe winners of the Malvern Daily Record’s Valentine’s Day Giveaway were Bob Myrick and Johnny Brown (not pictured).Sergeant Prince dances with one of the resident’s at Encore Health and Rehabilitation during their Valentine Ball on Wednesday, February 13, 2019.Officer Gamez dances with one of the resident’s at Encore Health and Rehabilitation during their Valentine Ball on Wednesday, February 13, 2019.(4) Dalton Taylor for Ouachita orchestrates the Warriors offense during senior high boys basketball action this season at Ouachita High School Gymnasium. The Warriors defeated Mt. Pine in the boys semifinals at the 1A-7 District Tournament on Thursday, February 14, 2019 in Kirby.(2) Brayden Hill for the Glen Rose soars to the basket to score during recent games for senior high boys basketball action. Glen Rose finished 3A-5 District Tournament play No. 3 seeds after defeating Episcopal in the third and fourth place games.Food Center will reopen its doors on Wednesday, February 20, 2019 from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Normal operation hours of Monday through Saturday from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Sundays from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. will begin on Thursday. (5) Abby Ditzig for the Glen Rose Lady Beavers drives hard against the defense.DISTRICT TOURNEY RUNNERS-UP: (10) Truston Furr for Ouachita comes down with a monstrous rebound with (2) John Fowler and (1) Will Hixon focused in the lane during a recent game in senior high boys basketball action this season. The Ouachita Warriors finished runners-up in the 1A-7 District Tournament to earn the No. 2 seed at the 1A-4 Regionals Tournament scheduled February 20-23, 2019 hosted in Bradley. The Warriors lost to Kirby in the boys district tournament championship game, 58-41.(2) John Fowler for Ouachita takes control of the offense during a recent game for 1A-7 Conference basketball action. Fowler had a big scoring game of 33 points for the Warriors during tourney play hosted in Kirby last February 11-16, 2019. Malvern Middle School teacher Claudine James (center, behind governor) watches as Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinison signs a bill to increase teacher salaries on Monday, February 18, 2019. James was invited to attend the press conference on Monday for the Teacher Salary Enhancement Act (HB 1145).The hometown Malvern Leopards practicing on their home field and in the batting cage at Morrison Park with Head Coach Matt Weigand and Assistant Coach Chance Cleveland on Monday, February 18, 2019. The Malvern Leopards baseball team is ready to attack on the diamond for the 2019 baseball season. If weather permits, this Thursday, February 21, 2019 the Leopards will host the Hamburg Lions for their season home-opener at Morrison Park. The Leopards finished the 2018 season at 26-7 overall.The hometown Malvern Leopards practicing on their home field and in the batting cage at Morrison Park with Assistant Coach Chance Cleveland on Monday, February 18, 2019. The Malvern Leopards baseball team is ready to attack on the diamond for the 2019 baseball season. If weather permits, this Thursday, February 21, 2019 the Leopards will host the Hamburg Lions for their season home-opener at Morrison Park. The Leopards finished the 2018 season at 26-7 overall. The hometown Malvern Leopards practiced on their home field and in the batting cage at Morrison Park with Head Coach Matt Weigand and Assistant Coach Chance Cleveland on Monday, February 18, 2019. The Malvern Leopards baseball team is ready to attack on the diamond for the 2019 baseball season. If weather permits, this Thursday, February 21, 2019 the Leopards will host the Hamburg Lions for their season home-opener at Morrison Park. The Leopards finished the 2018 season at 26-7 overall.Sharon Tremor (left) was the guest speaker of Rotarian Christie Chandler on Wednesday, February 6, 2019. Tremor spoke about the purchase of a downtown Malvern building and her plans for that building.Ms. Ch. Jones’ class - Kadence Hart, King Brown; Mrs. Harrison’s class - Mariah Brown, Jaxin Clauss; Mrs. Henson’s class - TyQiana McDaniel, Nicholas Essary; Mrs. Huggins’ class - Isabella Thompson, Alan Rodriguez; Mrs. Louton’s class - Bradley Gay, Zoey Medlin; Mrs. M. Taylor’s class - Cora Robison, Levi Thornton; Mrs. Wilhite’s class - Ella Kate Williams, J’Lyen Carroll; Ms. Toni Bryant’s class - Ronnie Rhodes, Collin Brock.Mrs. Brosius’ class - Adelyn Grigsby, Brody Wheatley; Mrs. Flores’ class - Gabbie Sillavan, Jamarian Harris; Mrs. Hartsell’s class - Nora Smith, Vance Massey; Mrs. Riggan’s class - Kylie Barbary, Alex Torres; Mrs. P. Smith’s class - Mareli Marin, Corbin Young; Mrs. B. Taylor’s class - Francie Bedford, Iker Rodea-Arguelles.Ms. Blaschke’s class - Seth Salinas, Tarijah Clegg; Ms. Davis’ class - Jessica Pacheco Cam’ron Hunter; Mrs. Rood’s class - Miracle Dawn, Braylon Flurry; Mrs. Efird’s class - Avanna Aultman, Kole Tarkington; Mrs. Henderson’s class - Haleigh Lawson, Solomon Toney; Mrs. Schultz’s class - Tiana Paige, Gabe O’Connor.Mrs. Black’s class - Kiasha McAdoo, Carter Pulley; Mrs. C. Jones’ class - Aaliyah Banks, Westin Goyne; Mrs. Longworth’s class - Cheyenne Niece, Xander Littleton; Mrs. Tarkington’s class - Sha’nya Mauldin, Corde Caradine; Mrs. Whitfield’s class - Rayna Morgan, Keylen Ali; Mrs. Wallace’s class - Addyson Townsend, Mason Pasley; Mrs. White’s class - Heaven Brown, Jacob Norwood.Diane  Lewis, a carrier from the Malvern Daily Record newspaper seen purchasing an item in the check out line. Lewis was the first customer to be checked out Wednesday, February 20, 2019 for the re-opening of Malvern’s Food Center.A professional design cake was provided for the public to celebrate Malvern’s Food Center re-opening on Wednesday, February 20, 2019.The public turned out in big numbers and greeted by several employees on Wednesday morning February 20, 2019 for the re-opening of Malvern’s Food Center.Employees of the Malvern Food Center take time out from working to pose with excitement Wednesday, February 20, 2019.The atmosphere was packed with customers dropping in to buy several items on the day of re-opening Malvern’s Food Center Wednesday morning February 20, 2019.Mrs. Collie's class - Lillian Williams, Amir Johnson; Mrs. Ledbetter's class - Memphis Cummings, Kenzie Cervantes; Mrs. Overton's class - Allie Davis, Silas Childers; Mrs. Stiles' class - Madison Crews, Zyler Guin; Mrs. M. Tucker's class - Hadley Brashier, Albert Williams; Mrs. S. Tucker's class - Jazlen Hernandez, Malcolm Hunter; Mrs. Willard's class - Daijah Dismuke, Grant Nelson;  Mrs. Williams' class - Bliss Moore, Collin Courtney; Ms. Rankin's class - Emaje Winter-Jones, Andrew Manning.Donnie Taber, President of the Malvern Lions Club (left) presented Casson Brock (center) a certificate of appreciation with College of the Ouachitas Adult Education Program. Brock was the guest speaker of College of the Ouachitas President Dr. Steve Rook on Tuesday, February 19, 2019.Malvern Head Football Coach J.D. Plumlee speaks to guests at a meet and greet at the Malvern central office board room on Wednesday, February 20, 2019.Malvern Head Football Coach J.D. Plumlee talks with guests after speaking during  a meet and greet at the Malvern central office board room on Wednesday, February 20, 2019.Pictured: Brayden Phillips (1st place) of Glen Rose placed first in the State Tournament held at Russelville High School on Saturday, February 16, 2019. Phillips was named champion in his weight class. Other members of the Raptor Youth Wrestling team who competed were Josh Handloser of Sheridan who placed second, Braden Rios of Glen Rose who placed second, and Ace Earnest of Bauxite. The Raptor Youth Wrestling team is coached by Doug McGuire at the Southwest Arkansas Wrestling Academy in Malvern.Malvern’s Food Center opened its doors after 11 months of renovations following a fire in March 2018 on Wednesday, February 20, 2019 with a ribbon cutting. Food Center is located at 534 South Main Street in Malvern and is open Monday through Saturday from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. and on Sunday from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.

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