November 2018 Photographs

Tom Dillard, Dinner Chairman, makes the opening remarks at the Hot Spring County Community Appreciation Dinner that honored Terri Bryant on October 27, 2018.Jerri Clark with the Arkansas Department of Education speaks at the Hot Spring County Community Appreciation Dinner that honored Terri Bryant on October 27, 2018.Karen Swinton with the Center for Youth and Families spoke at the Hot Spring County Community Appreciation Dinner that honored Terri Bryant on October 27, 2018.Malvern Mayor Brenda Weldon welcomes attendees at the Hot Spring County Community Appreciation Dinner that honored Terri Bryant on October 27, 2018.Jennifer Shnaekel with the Malvern School District speaks at the Hot Spring County Community Appreciation Dinner that honored Terri Bryant on October 27, 2018Lance Howell president of  the Malvern-HSC Chamber of Commerce speaks at the Hot Spring County Community Appreciation Dinner that honored Terri Bryant on October 27, 2018.Honoree Terri Bryant took the stage to say a few words during the Hot Spring County Community Appreciation Dinner on October 27, 2018Glen Rose senior Jay’Shawn Cox runs past an Atkins defender during their game on Friday, October 26, 2018.The Magnet Cove Panthers are ready to get in position for combat on the gridiron for 5-2A Conference football action.Bismarck senior Jordan Webb runs with the ball during a recent game.Poyen sophomore Brandon Sanchez takes the handoff during a recent game. Emily McBay puts some aggressive defense on the ball to disrupt Nevada’s point guard during senior high girls home basketball action Tuesday October 30, 2018Ouachita’s (32) Emma Williams snatches a huge rebound over the Nevada defense during junior high girls basketball action Tuesday night October 30, 2018 at Ouachita High School Gymnasium.Ouachita Jr. Warriors hustles for possession against Nevada during junior high boys basketball action on Tuesday, October 30, 2018.Ouachita’s (32) Emma Williams snatches a huge rebound over the Nevada defense during junior high girls basketball action Tuesday night October 30, 2018 at Ouachita High School Gymnasium.Junior student Ross Whitley gave a speech to attendees about Bismarck at a press conference on Monday, October 29, 2018 at the Arkansas State Capitol.Ouachita's (10) Lizzy Rowton showing aggression against Nevada's (21) Bracelynn Glover to battle for possession of the ball during their intense battle in senior high girls basketball action Tuesday night October 30, 2018 at Ouachtia High School Gymnasium. Oucahita Lady Warriors defeated Nevada 58-44. The Lady Warriors' victory improves their overall record to 4-1 for three consecutive wins.Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson (left) and Commissioner of Education Johnny Key (right) listen as Bismarck High School senior student Karigan Beckwith (center) speaks to fellow students, staff and other attendees at a governor’s conference held Monday, October 29, 2018 at the Arkansas State Capitol to recognize Bismarck School District for its achievements in receiving a Grade A in all three schools within the district.Terri Bryant, Director of School Improvement for Malvern School District, poses with the award she received after being honored in front of friends and family during the Hot Spring County Community Appreciation Dinner on Saturday, October 27, 2018.Children of all ages braved the weather for tricks or treats in downtown Malvern on Wednesday, October 31, 2018.  Trick-or-Treat Main Street in Malvern continued “rain or shine.”The Malvern/Hot Spring County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting welcoming Coffee Records on Tuesday, October 30, 2018. Coffee Records coffee shop recently opened its doors in Malvern at 1601 MLK Blvd. Suite 104. The business is co-owned by Stephen Bailey and Mason Rose and currently has three employees. With the support of the community Bailey and Rose believe Coffee Records will be a success. Meet the chefs of The Crossing of Malvern staff chili cook-off 2018. Pictured, Jennifer Smith, Candy Jackson, Amanda Adams, Clay Nutt, Ashley Guidry, Kevin Sweeney, Bernard Smith, Megan Hobbs and Madison Gregory.Ceaira (Eeyore) Crawford, Frank (Winnie the Pooh) Crawford and Elidja Crawford (Batman) didn’t let the forecast of rain spoil their fun in downtown Malvern for the annual Trick-or-Treat Main Street held on Wednesday, October 31, 2018.The delicious chili made from The Crossing of Malvern staff for their chili cook-off contest.The delicious chili made from The Crossing of Malvern staff for their chili cook-off contest.Guest judges Lt. Josh Lingo and Deputy Toby Morales from Hot Spring County Sheriff's OfficeThe guest judges for The Crossing chili cook-off contest taking time to make decisions for the best tasting dish.Kennadie Dixon having fun at Trick-or-Treat Main Street in Malvern on Wednesday, October 31, 2018.Emma Eubanks sported her deer costume at Trick-or-Treat Main Street in Malvern on Wednesday, October 31, 2018.Employees of Farmers Bank and Trust hand out candy at Trick-or-Treat Main Street in Malvern on Wednesday, October 31, 2018.Trick-or-Treaters of all ages filled the streets of Malvern for Trick-or-Treat Main Street on Wednesday, October 31, 2018.Trick-or-Treaters of all ages filled the streets of Malvern for Trick-or-Treat Main Street on Wednesday, October 31, 2018.Sierra Wilson (left) and Kaliann Wilson were dressed and ready for tricks or treats at Trick-or-Treat Main Street in Malvern on Wednesday, October 31, 2018Poll workers Angie Linam, Beverly Leming, Phyllis Butler and Jerri Crawford were ready to assist voters at the College of the Ouachitas voting center on Election Day, Tuesday, November 6, 2018. Senior Michael Cervantes was honored Friday, November 2, 2018 before the Malvern vs. Arkadelphia game.Senior Jarvis Owens was honored Friday, November 2, 2018 before the Malvern vs. Arkadelphia game.Senior John Nolen was honored Friday, November 2, 2018 before the Malvern vs. Arkadelphia game.Senior Alex Nobles was honored Friday, November 2, 2018 before the Malvern vs. Arkadelphia game.Senior Zay Newborn was honored Friday, November 2, 2018 before the Malvern vs. Arkadelphia game.Senior Tobias Mendenhall was honored Friday, November 2, 2018 before the Malvern vs. Arkadelphia game.Senior Braedon Kenney was honored Friday, November 2, 2018 before the Malvern vs. Arkadelphia game.Senior Michael Cervantes was honored Friday, November 2, 2018 before the Malvern vs. Arkadelphia game.Senior Amyas Hunter was honored Friday, November 2, 2018 before the Malvern vs. Arkadelphia game.Senior Hunter Hogue was honored Friday, November 2, 2018 before the Malvern vs. Arkadelphia game.Senior Cameron Davidson was honored Friday, November 2, 2018 before the Malvern vs. Arkadelphia game.Senior London Florence was honored Friday, November 2, 2018 before the Malvern vs. Arkadelphia game.Hot Spring County Judge Dennis Thornton (left)  declared Friday, November 2, 2018 to be Edna Regan Day. Regan (right), a resident at The Crossing at Malvern, turned 105-years-old on Friday. Thornton presented Regan with a plaque to commemorate the honor during a reception with family and friends present.Bismarck’s (1) Alyssa Zia shoots a three-pointer from the corner against Star City during the OBU Tip-Off Classic at Bill Vining Arena in Arkadelphia.Ouachita’s (10) Lizzy Rowton drives strong across the half-court line against her Spring Hill Lady Bears defender during the OBU Tip-Off Classic at Bill Vining Arena in Arkadelphia.Eleven 4th grade students have met the eligibility requirements for the Duke University Talent Identification Program. This is a 33% increase in the number of qualifying students from last year. The program is designed to help participants learn more about their academic strengths through educational resources and access to above-level testing.Eleven 5th grade students and twenty-one 6th grade students have met the eligibility requirements for the Duke University Talent Identification Program. The program is designed to help participants learn more about their academic strengths through educational resources and access to above-level testing. To qualify, the students must have scored at or above the 95th percentile on any subtest of a grade level standardized test or have a standard score at or above 125 on a qualifying school ability test given A creepy clown takes a moment to pose for a photo during the Malvern Police Department’s Fall Festival on Saturday, November 3, 2018. Eleven 5th grade students and twenty-one 6th grade students have met the eligibility requirements for the Duke University Talent Identification Program. The program is designed to help participants learn more about their academic strengths through educational resources and access to above-level testing. To qualify, the students must have scored at or above the 95th percentile on any subtest of a grade level standardized test or have a standard score at or above 125 on a qualifying school ability test given Voters filled the Hot Spring County Courtroom with anticipation on Tuesday, November 6, 2018 for election night results. Results were projected onto the courtroom wall for voters to view. Many in attendenance took photographs and updated social media in hopes their candidate was victorious.Arkansas Farm Bureau President Randy Veach (right) recently presented Hannah Riggan of Donaldson the Arkansas Purple Circle Club for her Grand Champion Toggenburg goats at the Arkansas State Fair and Livestock Show.Members of the HSC Historical Society held a reception honoring Hot Spring County for turning 189 years old on Friday, November 2 at the courthouse pavilion. Pictured above left to right is HSCHS VP/program chair Kinny Black, president Melissa Phillips, and historian Deanie Green. The Magnet Cove Panthers line up to run a play during a recent game.Magnet Cove’s (33) Eli Dawson busting through the Bigelow Panthers’ defense for yardage on a rainy night of gridiron action at Kenneth W. Hammons Stadium during a recent game.The Glen Rose Lady Beavers seventh grade team hurries back to play defense against the seventh graders of Magnet Cove during the Lady Beavers and Lady Panthers game on Tuesday, November 6, 2018. The Lady Panthers beat the Lady Beavers 21-6.The Magnet Cove Lady Panthers and the Glen Rose Lady Beavers junior high teams watch as the ball drops through the hoop during the Lady Panthers and Lady Beavers game on Tuesday, November 6, 2018. The Lady Beavers beat the Lady Panthers 39-15.Twelve year old Molly Reeves killed her first deer on Saturday, November 3, 2018. Reeves is the daughter of Kathy and Chuck Reeve of Hot Springs. Reeves was hunting with her Papa Bill Cothren when she killed the spike. Reeves was using a 243., the same gun her mother used to kill her first deer at the age of 12. Billy from the Saw movies made an appearence on his tricycle at the Malvern Police Department’s Fall Festival on Saturday, November 3, 2018.Eternal Redemption plays at the Malvern Police Department’s Fall Festival on Saturday, November 3, 2018.Bismarck’s Mady Calhoun eyes the basket to score against the Genoa Central defense. The Lady Lions beat Genoa Central 39-28 on Wednesday, November 7, 2018.The children of Joe Keith and their spouses were present during the Malvern Lions meeting on Tuesday, November 6, 2018. The Lions honored Keith for his 65 years of dedication to the Malvern Lions Club with the Melvin Jones Fellow Award.The Lady Warriors wrestle for possession with Fordyce during hoop action in the OBU tournament at Bill Vining Arena in Arkadelphia. The Lady Warriors beat Fordyce 54-29 on Wednesday, November 7, 2018.The October birthday celebration at the Senior Activity Center was October 26. Persons honored for being the oldest and youngest were: oldest woman-Ruby Draper, oldest man-Edwin Killian, youngest man-Freddy Hughes and youngest woman-Joy Frisby. Congratulations and Best Wishes.Dara Casey spoke to the Malvern Rotary Club on Wednesday, November 7, 2018 about her mission to revamp the Malvern Train Station located at 200 East First Street in Malvern and revitalize Malvern. Jan Lambert with the Jessie Ashford Genealogy Annex His-tri-olgy Tour winner Helen Cobler.The Magnet Cove junior high Panthers and the Lisa Academy North junior Jaguars jump high for the tipoff during their game on Thursday, November 8, 2018. The Panthers beat the Jaguars 43-30.A junior high Lady Panther goes up for the shot during the junior high Lady Panthers game with the Lisa Academy North Lady Jaguars on Thursday, November 8, 2018. The Junior Lady Panthers won 42-8 over the Lady Jaguars.Jasmyne Monk brings the ball across half-court to set up the Malvern Lady Leopards offense against Lakeside Thursday, November 8, 2018 at the Lakeside Fieldhouse Gymnasium for a benefit match-up.Malvern Leopard’s Dallas Lewis soars to the basket for the dunk against Lakeside during a benefit basketball game Thursday, November 8, 2018 at Lakeside Fieldhouse Gymnasium. Magnet Cove’s (33) Eli Dawson bulldozes through the defense for productive yardage after taking the snap from teammate (3) Tyler Hodges during recent action on the gridiron. The Magnet Cove Panthers suffered a heartbreaking loss on the road to Des Arc, 35-31 Friday, November 9, 2018 in first round action of the 2018 Class 2A state football playoffs.Melissa Phillips with Hot Spring County Historical Soceity and His-tri-olgy Tour winner Laura Hathcock.Magnet Cove junior Christian Burks shoots the ball from behind the arc during the Panthers game against the Lisa Academy North Jaguars on Thursday, November 8, 2018. The Panthers beat the Jaguars 74-51.Magnet Cove sophomore Kassidy Gray goes in for the layup against the Lisa Academy North Lady Jaguars during their game on Thursday, November 8, 2018. The Lady Panthers beat the Lady Jaguars 56-11.Virginia Cardin with the HSC Museum and His-tri-olgy Tour winner Mary Jim Ledbetter.Epsilon Sigma Alpha held a special dinner to honor veterans on Veterans Day. Many local veterans attended, including a few members of Harmon & Atkins VFW, Post 2586.Girl Scout troops 6017,6202,6034 and 6011 from Hot Spring County 5 star service unit honoring our troops Veterans Day, Sunday, November 11, 2018 on Main Street in Malvern.Girl Scout troops 6017,6202,6034 and 6011 from Hot Spring County 5 star service unit honoring our troops Veterans Day, Sunday, November 11, 2018 on Main Street in Malvern.Jr. Lady Warriors’ Gabrielle Buras puts up a floater over the Haskell Harmony Grove Jr. Lady Cardinals in the post area during junior high girls basketball action Friday, November 9, 2018.Jr. Warriors’ Austin Wilkinson shoots a fade-away jumper near the post area in front of the basket against a host of Haskell Harmony Grove Jr. Cardinals during junior high boys basketball action Friday, November 9, 2018.Dakovon Blackmon looks to pass over the Hot Springs Lakeside Rams' defense during a benefit game Thursday, November 8, 2018 in Lakeside to get tuned up for the 2018-19 basketball season. This week, the hometown Malvern Leopards and Lady Leopards tipoff their seasons on the hardwood to begin senior high basketball competition under the direction of new head coaches' Jess Martin and Cleveland Gordon.Ouachita fans have a good time while watching the Warriors games against the Haskell Harmony Grove Cardinals on Friday, November 9, 2018.Ouachita fans cheer on the Warriors during the Warriors games against the Haskell Harmony Grove Cardinals on Friday, November 9, 2018.Little Warrior fans cheer during the Warriors games against the Haskell Harmony Grove Cardinals on Friday, November 9, 2018.Ouachita fans in the student section get heated after a bad call during the Warriors games against the Haskell Harmony Grove Cardinals on Friday, November 9, 2018.Robert Lafond (left), E4 Electrician with The United States Navy, and Jim Scrimshire, Master Sgt. With The United States Marines, cut the cake at a special event held for veterans on Veterans Day. Epsilon Sigma Alpha (ESA) held the event at Malvern's community center.Ouachita’s Nathaniel Sandage attempts to score under the basket during the Warriors matchup against the Harmony Grove Cardinals for senior high boys basketball action Friday, November 9, 2018.A Bismarck junior Lion steals the ball from a Ouachita junior Warrior during their game on Monday, November 12, 2018. The Lions beat the Warriors 34-24.Members of the junior Lady Lions try to steal the ball from the junior Lady Warriors during the Bismarck vs. Ouachita game on Monday, November 12, 2018. The Lady Warriors got the win over the Lady Lions 39-38 after double overtime.Ouachita junior Truston Furr goes up for the shot while Bismarck senior Dylan Clayton tries to block the shot during the Warriors game against the Lions on Monday, November 12, 2018. The Warriors beat the Lions 67-37.Ouachita sophomore Lizzy Rowton tries to shoot over Bismarck senior Cecilia Howell during the Lady Warriors game with the Lady Lions on Monday, November 12, 2018. The Lady Warriors beat the Lady Lions 44-43.Magnet Cove FCCLA club sponsored a fun afternoon of treats and games at The Crossing, a local nursing home located in Malvern. Club members Promise Sikes and Kylie Robins organized this for STAR(Students Taking Action for Recognition) competition which takes place in December.  This Life Event Planning competition helps students gain real life skills that help them prepare for future careers and life itself. The residents had a great time and loved the bingo and door prizesMagnet Cove Elementary students recently celebrated Red Ribbon Week with special events and activities. The message shared was Always Stay Drug Free. The students pictured were chosen for having the best hats/caps on Put a Cap on Drugs day. Pictured from left to right is (back row) Michael Efurd, Kennedy Wilson, Brent Hardwick, Londan Zapfe, Bentleigh DeArmond, (middle row) Annabell Merritt, Harper Wilson, Grace Schaefer, (front row) Michael Lacey, Kaleb Hibbard,and Kalyiah OllisonMNB Market President Kyle Keeney (right) presents a check to Malvern JROTC cadets Marshuana Randall and Kayce Cothern in appreciation for the group’s hard work picking up litter on a section of Highway 270 in Malvern recently. MNB has partnered with the Malvern High School JROTC to participate in the Arkansas Adopt-A-Highway program for many years.The Malvern Police Department would like to thank the following people and organizations for volunteering and donating to this years Fall Festival, Mayor Brenda Weldon and her Administrative Assistant Dede Riggan, Street Superintendent Mike Smith, and Jacob Wright, Water Department General Manager David Coston and Terry Littles, everyone at Bailey’s Towing and Recovery, Southern Bancorp, Walmart, Kelly Eslinger, Kristin Jones, the band Eternal Redemption, and Pastor Billy Bartlett and First Baptist Church mDr. Steve Rook, College of the Ouachitas president addressed attendees on Monday, November 12, 2018 during a community forum at the college about the possibility of the college becoming aligned with another, separate college or university.Ethan Sanders, a senior, standout athlete of Ouachita High School recently signed a National Letter of Intent to the University of Arkansas Rich Mountain Community College, in Mena. Sanders will join the UA Rich Mountain Community College Bucks Cross Country team, with Samantha Shores as head coach, Jerod McCormick serves as Athletic Director at the college. Sanders excelled as a runner in high school and apart of the Ouachita Warriors Class 1A-2A last three state championship teams in cross country. The Ouachita Warriors cross country team poses for a picture after winning their third straight 1A/2A State Championship on Friday, November 2, 2018. Pictured front row left to right: Landon Jackson, Michael Rowton, Jackson Smith, Garett Webb, Brailyn Maynard, and Quentin Hixon. Back row left to right: Logan Starkey, Tanner Wison, Jared Westbrook, and Ethan Sanders.Poyen senior Kindi Puckett (middle) signed a national letter of intent to play softball at Three Rivers College in Missouri on Wednesday, November 14, 2018 in the Jerry and Ouida Newton Arena. Puckett is pictured with her family and coaches.Hot Spring County saw its first snowfall of the 2018 winter season on Wednesday, November 14, 2018. Much of Arkansas saw cold temperatures and winter weather on Wednesday.Junior KJ Burks looks to make a move against the Lakeside Rams’ defense during the Leopards benefit game match-up Thursday, November 8, 2018 at Lakeside Fieldhouse Gymnasium. The Leopards were at Lakeside for the Lakeside Classic on Tuesday, November 13, where they battled with Sylvan Hills. Sylvan Hills won the game 73-56.October was Fire Safety Month and Magnet Cove Elementary students were visited by Hot Springs firefighters Mr. Quincy and Ms. Casey. Students were shown the special safety gear that a firefighter wears and taught the importance of learning their addresses, never playing with matches, knowing how to Stop, Drop and Roll and calling 911 in case of an emergency. Pictured above firefighter, Ms. Casey (right) explains to students about the fire safety gear worn by Mr. Quincy.The Malvern High School JROTC Color Guard presented the colors during the monthly Chamber of Commerce Breakfast meeting on Thursday, November 15, 2018 as members recited the Pledge of Allegiance.

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