October 2019 Photographs

Monica Yarbrough, Insurance Agent with State Farm, bought patrons who visited Coffee Records on Saturday, September 28, 2019, a cup of coffee as a part of Good Neighbor  Appreciation Day.The England Jr. Lions can’t bring down Magnet Cove Jr. Panther Julius McClellan during their game on Thursday, September 26, 2019.The 2019 Glen Rose Homecoming Jr. high princess Alexis Perryman was escorted by her father during the evening ceremony at Beaver Stadium on Friday, September 27, 2019.The 2019 Glen Rose Homecoming princess Molly Padgett was escorted by her father during the evening ceremony at Beaver Stadium on Friday, September 27, 2019.The 2019 Glen Rose Homecoming Queen Katelyn Kester was crowned by her father during the evening ceremony at Beaver Stadium on Friday, September 27, 2019.The Glen Rose cheer and dance team lock arms for the alma mater before the Beavers game on Friday, September 27, 2019.The Glen Rose Beavers football team runs onto the field to start their game against Two Rivers at Beaver Stadium on Friday, September 27, 2019.Malvern Lions Club member, Danny Riggan (left) invited Kelly Freudensprung, publisher of the Malvern Daily Record to speak during the Malvern Lions Club meeting on Tuesday, September 24, 2019.The Malvern Lady Leopards volleyball team huddles with head coach Patricia Glover during a timeout of a recent game. The Lady Leopards volleyball team is currently 3-9 on the season and 3-3 in conference play.Brandon Rimmer (right) and Hailey Rimmer feed some of the alpacas at Chez Fur Fiber Farm during National Alpaca Farm Days on Saturday, September 28 and Sunday September 29, 2019. Glorie Thornton delivers meals to guests at the Christmas on the Courthouse Square Dorey’s Catfish fundraiser on Friday, September 27, 2019. All proceeds will go towards purchasing Christmas decorations for the courthouse.Malvern Cubs’ (16) Simeon Mitchell surpasses the Arkadelphia defense with (80) Jeremiah Creggett going to block  during seventh grade football competition Thursday, September 26, 2019 at Claude Mann Stadium-David Alpe Field. Malvern came up short to Arkadelphia, 24-8. Mitchell scored Malvern’s touchdown and Ben Rock scored the two-point conversion against Arkadelphia. In the 10 minute running clock game, the Cubs fell short to Arkadelphia, 8-6. Keith Sonnier scored the Cubs touchdown.Defensively Cubs’ (25) Jordan Redick and (2) Evan Stewart work together for the huge takedown to stop Arkadelphia’s offense during seventh grade football competition Thursday, September 26, 2019 at Claude Mann Stadium-David Alpe Field. Malvern came up short to Arkadelphia, 24-8. Mitchell scored Malvern’s touchdown and Ben Rock scored the two-point conversion against Arkadelphia. In the 10 minute running clock game, the Cubs fell short to Arkadelphia, 8-6. Keith Sonnier scored the Cubs touchdown.The Malvern/Hot Spring County Chamber of Commerce held a Ribbon Cutting for the Grand Opening of the new The Sweet Magnolia event center, located at 3456 Oliver Lancaster Blvd., on Wednesday, September 25, 2019.The Malvern/Hot Spring County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting to celebrate the expansion and acquisition of a new client Viasat at Sykes Enterprises, Inc. in Malvern located at 1620 US 270. Irving Williams, Site Manager at Sykes in Malvern stated this is a huge milestone of achievement for the company and has the potential to start with 100 new jobs; hoping to expand.Dr. Matt Teale and Dr. Jessi Teale, owners of Teale Dentistry in Malvern.Tony Jenkins visits with guests as he takes meal tickets at the Christmas on the Courthouse Square Dorey’s Catfish fundraiser on Friday, September 27, 2019. All proceeds will go towards purchasing Christmas decorations for the courthouse.The Bismarck Lions march onto the field for home action on the gridiron during their 2019 football season at Doyle Henderson Field.Pictured, Dewayne Garrison (manager), Jennifer Robinson (assistant manager) and Amanda Hughes (shift manager) of McDonald's restaurant on 307 E. Page in Malvern pose with law enforcement officers' Miles French, Hayden Bolding and Lieutenant Doye DelaCruz of the Malvern Police Department during the Coffee with a Cop event held on Wednesday, October 2, 2019.The Extension Homemakers Council of Hot Spring County donated several cot covers for preschool kids at the Central Arkansas Development Council (CADC) Malvern Head Start Child Care Center on Tuesday, October 1, 2019. EHC of Hot Spring County made around 125 cot covers to provide for kids at the Malvern Head Start Child Care Center. On behalf of the CADC Malvern Head Start Child Care Center, Annette Summerville, CADC Center Director, was appreciative to the Extension Homemakers Council of HSC for all of the Malvern’s Christian Warren (26) finds running room during a recent Leopards game.Glen Rose’s Noah Wright (10) makes his way to the end zone during the Beavers game against Two Rivers on Friday, September 27, 2019 at Beaver Stadium.The Malvern Lady Leopards celebrate after winning their match against Magnolia at the Leopard Center on Tuesday, October 1, 2019.Malvern’s Emily Cunningham competes during senior high girls singles competition against Arkadelphia for the final home matches on Thursday, September 26, 2019 at Malvern City Park tennis courts.Malvern Assistant Volleyball Coach Jacob Keeney talks with the 8th grade Lady Cubs during a timeout during their game with Magnolia on Tuesday, October 1, 2019 at the Leopard Center. The 8th grade Lady Cubs lost 3-0 to Magnolia.Malvern 9th grade Lady Cub Ayanna Johnson (4) goes up to spike the ball during the 9th grade Lady Cubs game against Magnolia on Tuesday, October 1, 2019 at the Leopard Center. The 9th grade Lady Cubs lost to Magnolia 2-0. In set one, Magnolia defeated the Lady Cubs 25-22. In set two, Magnolia defeated the Lady Cubs 25-13.The water level of DeGray Lake remains low as cooler temperatures and rain is forecasted for the coming week. Pictured above is the Arlie Moore day use area on Saturday, September 28, 2019.Glen Rose Head Football Coach Mark Kehner accepts a $5,000 donation from the Hughes Family before the Beavers Homecoming game against Two Rivers on Friday, September 27, 2019.A Glen Rose 7th grader takes the handoff before the quarterback gets hit during the Beavers game with the Mayflower Eagles on Thursday, October 3, 2019 at Beaver Stadium.ENJOYING TIME WITH LOCAL HEROES: Preschoolers of (CADC) Central Arkansas Development Council Malvern Head Start Child Care Center received a visit from the Malvern Fire Department, Malvern Police Department law enforcement and LifeNet EMS on Tuesday, October 1, 2019. The kids got to meet some of the local town Malvern heroes of firefighters, LifeNet EMS paramedics along and meeting MPD officer Heath Dickson with police K-9 dog named Csipa. The kids enjoyed the experience to go inside one of the fire trucks Poyen Indians sophomore quarterback Jaxson Carter was selected the Farm Bureau of Grant County’s Player of the Week for his performance in Poyen’s 34-21 victory against Murfreesboro Friday, September 21, 2019. Carter had 17 carries for 128 yards rushing with three touchdowns and completed 3 of 5 passes for 19 yards passing.Malvern’s Hannah Hunter was crowned the 2019 Football Homecoming Queen on Friday, October 4, 2019 at Claude Mann Stadium-David Alpe Field.The Glen Rose Jr. Beavers storm onto the field for their game against the Mayflower Jr. Eagles at Beaver Stadium on Thursday, October 3, 2019.Malvern’s Daylan Ross makes a Harmony Grove Cardinal miss the tackle during a punt return in the Leopards game with the Cardinals on Friday, October 4, 2019.PANTHERS CAPTURE 2019 BACKYARD BRAWL RIVALRY TROPHY: The Magnet Cove Panthers celebrate with the 2019 Backyard Brawl trophy after defeating close county rivals’ the Poyen Indians 43-14 Friday, October 4, 2019 at Kenneth W. Hammons Stadium in their rivalry game for 5-2A Conference play.The cheerleaders welcome the Leopards onto the field before their game on Friday, October 4, 2019. Homecoming maid Haley Moore was escorted by her father during the 2019 Homecoming ceremony on Friday, October 4, 2019. Homecoming maid Haylea Chancellor was escorted by her father during the 2019 Homecoming ceremony on Friday, October 4, 2019. Participants in the Ouachita River Challenge kayak down the Ouachita River during the first leg of the challenge on Saturday, October 5, 2019. The Ouachita River Challenge is sponsored by Arkansas Getting Everyone Outside.Presenting the game ball for the Leopards Homecoming game was Aiden McClendon. Presenting the Homecoming queen her crown was Madison Plumlee on Friday, October 4, 2019.Kathaleen Cole (left), director of the Literacy Council, spoke to the Malvern Area Kiwanis Club about the READ program on Thursday, Oct. 3. Also pictured is Kiwanian Sharon Walters.Zach Haugh paddles down the Ouachita River during the Ouachita River Challenge on Saturday, October 4, 2019. Haugh was the top finisher in the kayak, bike, and run race with a time of 2:18.40.Col. Pat Daniel peddles during the bike leg of the Ouachita River Challenge on Saturday, October 5, 2019. The Ouachita River Challenge is sponsored by Arkansas Getting Everyone Outside.Homecoming princess Kaylee Fike and her father smile for a picture during the 2019 Homecoming ceremony on Friday, October 4, 2019.Malvern Homecoming queen Hannah Hunter receives a kiss on the cheek from her father during the Homecoming ceremony on Friday, October 4, 2019.Jeff Lew and Jessica Stiles race to the finish line during the last leg of the Ouachita River Challenge on Saturday, October 5, 2019. The Ouachita River Challenge is sponsored by Arkansas Getting Everyone Outside.MES RECEIVES HANNAH'S LIGHTS FROM LIFENET: Meredith McCormack, Principal at Malvern Elementary School with third grade students display Hannah's Lights with LifeNet Air Flight Medic Bobby King on Thursday, October 3, 2019 at Malvern Elementary School.Jace Wilson (left) and sister, Jaelyn Wilson visited the Malvern Daily Record to wish the MDR a happy anniversary during the papers 103rd Anniversary Celebration on Friday, October 4, 2019. Patrons in the background enjoyed fellowshiping and talking about the newspaper.The Malvern Tuggle Restoration Organization received a $2,500 donation from the Henson Benson Foundation. The donation will support the restoration of the former Malvern Colored School. The HB Foundation was established in 2010 by the late Samuel G. Benson, M.D., Ph.D., a visionary physician-scientist and humanitarian whose heritage is a remarkable family from the Hot Spring County region of Arkansas.Teachers from Malvern Elementary School cross the finish line as a team during the 2018 Running for Cover 5K Run/Fun Walk sponsored by the Hot Spring County Homeless Coalition.Malvern Daily Record employees assist guests at the Malvern Daily Record’s 103rd Anniversary Celebration on Friday, October 4, 2019 at the MDR.Malvern Daily Record Publisher Kelly Freudensprung (left) visits with Helen Cobler and Louise White at the Malvern Daily Record’s 103rd Anniversary Celebration on Friday, October 4, 2019 at the MDR.Blakelyn Riggan (left) visits with Bill Scrimshire at the Malvern Daily Record’s 103rd Anniversary Celebration on Friday, October 4, 2019 at the MDR.Malvern’s Marquez “Bud” Johnson carries the ball during the Leopards game against Harmony Grove on Friday, October 4, 2019.Malvern’s Olivia Petty goes for the tip during the Lady Leopards 9th grade game at Fountain Lake on Monday, October 7, 2019.Malvern’s Leia Patton spikes the ball during the Lady Leopards Junior Varsity game at Fountain Lake on Monday, October 7, 2019.Magnet Cove’s senior quarterback (3) Tyler Hodges eyes for a receiver to complete a pass with a key lineman ready to block during a recent home football game at Kenneth W. Hammons Stadium.Malvern’s Rylee White tips the ball over the net during the Lady Leopards game at Fountain Lake on Monday, October 7, 2019.Malvern School District Superintendent Brian Golden (left) and School Board President Don Rash (right) stand with Wall of Honor inductees (left to right) Allen and Carolyn Beene, Linda Jimerson, Dr. Tom Justus and Danny Riggan prior to the Malvern Leopards game against Haskell Harmony Grove on Friday, October 4, 2019.Poyen Indians’ (18) Brandon Sanchez explodes through the defense towards the end zone during a recent home football game in 5-2A Conference play at Malvern National Bank Stadium, Indian Field.ESA presented a check for $400 to members of the Christmas on the Courthouse Square committee on Wednesday, October 9, 2019.  Pictured is (front) Reba Grounds, ESA Treasurer presenting check to Tony Jenkins, Christmas on the Courthouse Square committee member; (middle) Rita Turner with ESA; Sharon Loftis, president ESA; Olivia Santillan, Christmas on the Courthouse Square committee member; Glorie Thornton, Christmas on the Courthouse Square committee member, and Mary Stevens with ESA.Two Malvern 7th grade Cubs go for the tackle against an Ashdown 7th grade Panther during the 7th grade Cubs game with the Ashdown 7th grade Panthers on Thursday, October 10, 2019.Presenting the game ball for the Leopards Homecoming game was Ayden McLelland. Presenting the Homecoming queen her crown was Madison Plumlee on Friday, October 4, 2019.Pictured, representatives and board members of The Smith House of Hot Spring County Inc. Rev. Henry "Hank" Mitchell— Board Member, Linda F. Smith—Board Member, Brenda Northcross—Shelter Advocate, Michelle Hood—Board Member, Angelique Marshall—Board Member, Robin Freeman—Board Member, Billy Hunter—Board Member, Ashley Walker and Sativa Carpenter of The Arkansas Coalition Against Domestic Violence (ACADV).The Bismarck 2019 Homecoming Queen is Bianca Pettus. She was escorted by her father and Homecoming King Kadin Walker.Bismarck’s Joshua Allsup (32) stands alone in the end zone waiting to catch a pass while teammate Preston Demorrow gives the signal during the Lions game on Friday, October 11, 2019.UTILIZING THE GROUND ATTACK: Magnet Cove’s (9) Julius McClellan takes the handoff from (4) Jacob Clausen to pick up productive yardage for the Jr. Panthers rushing attack against the Quitman Jr. Bulldogs during junior high football action Thursday, October 10, 2019 at Kenneth W. Hammons Stadium. McClellan sparked for  three touchdowns scored in Magnet Cove’s 36-14 victory against Quitman.TRIBE DEFENSE: Poyen Indians’ (52) Lorenzo Agular impacts the defense with a monster takedown for the sack on Cutter Morning Star quarterback (8) Sam Moore during 5-2A Conference football action Friday, October 11, 2019 at Malvern National Bank Stadium, Indian Field.READY TO EXECUTE: The Poyen Jr. Indians took care of business on the gridiron Thursday, October 11, 2019 on the road to defeat Cutter Morning Star Jr. Eagles 28-12 in junior high football action. The Jr. Indians will return to Thursday Night Touchdowns at home Thursday, October 17, 2019 hosting the Bigelow Jr. Panthers at Malvern National Bank Stadium, Indian Field.The Malvern Cubs junior high football team explodes onto the field led by the Malvern junior high cheerleaders to showcase some intense play on the gridiron during the 2019 season for the hometown fans at Claude Mann Stadium, David Alpe Field. The Cubs travel to Little Rock to face Joe T. Robinson on Thursday, October 17, 2019 for junior high football action.In honor of National 4-H Week, 4-H’ers from across Hot Spring County lead the Pledge of Allegiance at the Hot Spring County Quorum Court monthly meeting on Tuesday, October 8, 2019.Senior Carson Massey, was among several student-athletes from the Malvern Leopards tennis team to represent in singles competition at the 2019 4A-7 District Tournament. Above, senior (5) Noah Dahlke takes the ball strong across the court for the Warriors Green team during Ouachita’s Green-Gold basketball game Tuesday, October 15, 2019 at the Ouachita High School Gymnasium on the All Care Pharmacy Court. Dahlke put on shooting clinic for the home fans and swished eight trifecta’s from way behind the arc to secure a Green team victory over Gold team 53-51 in senior high boys scrimmage.HEADED TO THE ROCK: The Malvern Cubs huddle around assistant coach Austin Warford to discuss important play strategy of execution during a recent home game for junior high football action during the 2019 season at Claude Mann Stadium, David Alpe Field. The Cubs came up short in victory to Ashdown 40-6 last Thursday night October 10, 2019 at home. Jahnoah Harris scored Malvern’s lone touchdown against Ashdown.The 2019 Poyen Indians golf team pose with their 2019 Class 2A State Golf Tournament Trophy won at the state golf tournament. Pictured, back row, Coach Andy Brakebill, Lance Austin, Layton Austin, Sean Craig, Taylor Melton and Coach Blue Kesterson. Front row, Lane Austin and Dylan Barker. The Poyen Indians golf team finished second overall out of 10 teams competing at the state golf tournament. Traveling through Hot Spring County one can’t miss the red surprise lilies that have been in full bloom recently. The above lily is an old variety at an old home place in the Antioch community. Lycoris radiata is also known as red spider lily, red magic lily, surprise lily, resurrection lily, naked lily, or equinox flower, which refer to the fact that the flowers appear atop a leafless, sturdy stem months after its foliage has withered away.Wes Copland, Captain of Glen Rose Fire Department explains how fire trucks are operated to Kindergarten students at Glen Rose Elementary School during a recent visit Wednesday, October 16, 2019.Malvern’s Rylee White goes for the spike during a recent Lady Leopards game at the Leopard Center.Magnet Cove’s Kailyn Harville was crowned the 2019 Homecoming Queen on Friday, October 18, 2019 at Kenneth W. Hammons Stadium. Malvern’s Cedric Simmons (3) tries to get past the Joe T. Robinson Senators defense during the Leopards game with the Senators on Friday, October 18, 2019 at Claude Mann Stadium-David Alpe Field.Malvern’s Jacobe Hart runs with open field during the Leopards game with Joe T. Robinson on Friday, October 18, 2019.Magnet Cove’s quarterback (3) Tyler Hodges rolls out the pocket to pass with teammate (64) Hunter Hilborn blocking against the Mt. Pine Red Devils’ defense on Friday, October 18, 2019 during 5-2A Conference play at Kenneth W. Hammons Stadium.Malvern Head Football Coach JD Plumlee and son Jackson Plumlee watch the cheerleaders perform before the Leopards game against Joe T. Robinson on Friday, October 18, 2019.The Malvern Little Leopards Cheerleaders performed before the Leopards football game on Friday, October 18, 2019. The Malvern Sr. and Jr. High Cheerleaders hosted a Little Leopards Cheer Camp from Monday, October 14 to Friday, October 18, 2019.The Malvern football team heads onto the field to start their game against Joe T. Robinson on Friday, October 18, 2019.Bradley Jackson crosses the finish line as the overall finisher of the Fifth Annual Running for Cover 5K Run/Fun Walk sponsored by the Hot Spring County Homeless Coalition on Saturday, October 19, 2019. Jackson finished the 5K with a time of 22:14.Racers sprint towards the finish line during the Fifth Annual Running for Cover 5K Run/Fun Walk sponsored by the Hot Spring County Homeless Coalition on Saturday, October 19, 2019.NATIONAL RECOGNITION: Pictured, Malvern Leopard football players junior quarterback Braxton Allen and senior wide receiver Christian Warren with Malvern head coach JD Plumlee. Honorees Allen and Warren were named the winners of the MaxPreps Winning Connections Award presented by Suddenlink by Altice on Friday, October 18, 2019.Racers take off from the start line in the Fifth Annual Running for Cover 5K Run/Fun Walk sponsored by the Hot Spring County Homeless Coalition on Saturday, October 19, 2019. Mrs. Dani Ragan class at Glen Rose Elementary School enjoy having the opportunity to go inside a LifeNet EMS ambulance on Wednesday, October 16, 2019.Rockport Police Department Chief Shane Davis explains how his patrol vehicle operates to several students during a visit at Glen Rose Elementary School on Wednesday, October 16, 2019. Glen Rose Elementary School students and teachers pose with representatives of the Hot Spring County Sheriff’s Department, Rockport Police Department and LifeNet EMS at the school on Wednesday, October 16, 2019.(11) Hayden Browning makes an explosive move toward the end zone with (20) Kizer Kidder and (30) Briar Treadwell trail behind for the Magnet Cove Jr. Panthers during home junior high football action this season at Kenneth W. Hammons Stadium.Jr. Indians’ (35) Kevin Freeman sparks Poyen’s offensive execution to pick up positive yardage with (5) Connor Lisenby trailing behind to secure the path against Bigelow during junior high football action Thursday, October 17, 2019 at Malvern National Bank Stadium, Indian Field.Mark Hunt, Entergy Customer Service Manager presents a check for $675 to Jan Lambert, Library Services with the Malvern-Hot Spring County Library for Friends of the Library. Friends of the Library is a asset to the local library. It promotes the library with fundraisers, book sales, book store and story hour supplies.Shane Broadway, Arkansas State University Vice President for University Relations (left) and Amber Childers, College of the Ouachitas Executive Director (right) hold a slingshot while a visitor waits to catch a T-shirt being slingshotted by Howl the Arkansas State University Red Wolves Mascot at the College at the Ouachitas’ 50th Anniversary celebration on Tuesday, October 22, 2019.Fred Smith removes the judges robe covering Arkansas Court of Appeals Judge Mac Glover’s portrait during an unveiling ceremony on Wednesday, October 23, 2019 at the Hot Spring County Courthouse courtroom.Malvern’s Josie Nix (3) bumps the ball while Audrey Carr (13) watches during a recent Lady Leopards game.Malvern’s Kieth Caradine tries to get past the Joe T. Robinson defense during their game at Claude Mann Stadium-Daivd Alpe Field on Friday, October 18, 2019.RECORD BREAKING KICKER: Magnet Cove’s senior kicker Alex Ordonez has broke over the 100th mark of making PAT’s for his career as one of the best kickers in the state for Class 2A. Pictured Ordonez successfully making the extra point attempt during Magnet Cove’s win against Mt. Pine 35-26 last Friday October 18, 2019 at Kenneth W. Hammons Stadium.MAGNET COVE YOUTH FOOTBALL ACTION: Magnet Cove youth football teams showcase their intense play offensively and defensively against Mt. Pine on Monday, October 21, 2019 at Kenneth W. Hammons Stadium.MAGNET COVE YOUTH FOOTBALL ACTION: Magnet Cove youth football teams showcase their intense play offensively and defensively against Mt. Pine on Monday, October 21, 2019 at Kenneth W. Hammons Stadium.PRODUCTIVE GROUND ATTACK: Poyen’s Christian Rauls takes the handoff from quarterback Jaxson Carter to showcase some productive running during recent 5-2A Conference football action.STOUT BEAVER DEFENSE: Glen Rose’s (52) Ryan Fox shows emotions of excitement after impacting the Beavers’ defense to cause loss of yardage for Perryville with teammate (52) Alan Lackey  during 4-3A Conference football action Friday, October 25, 2019 at Beaver Stadium.Malvern’s Evan Myers tries to make his way into the end zone during the Jr. Cubs game against the Fountain Lake Cobras on Thursday, October 24, 2019 at Claude Mann Stadium-David Alpe Field.The Malvern offensive line looks to the sideline for the play during a recent Leopard game.Bismarck’s Braden Shuffield fights for yards during a recent Lions game.Mitzi Overturf (left) and Amber Childers hold then ends of a slingshot as Howl, the Arkansas State University Red Wolves mascot, loads the slingshot with T-shirts to shoot to the crowd during the College of the Ouachita’s 50th Anniversary celebration on Tuesday, October 22, 2019.Visitors run to catch T-shirts that were being thrown out during the College of the Ouachita’s 50th Anniversary celebration on Tuesday, October 22, 2019.The Lazy Desperados performed during the College of the Ouachita’s 50th Anniversary celebration on Tuesday, October 22, 2019.Magnet Cove quarterback Tyler Hodges (3) and running back Landon Stone (15) show enthusiasm after play during a recent Panthers game.Poyen’s offense huddles before a play during a recent Indians game.Raechel Lindsey celebrates after making a point in Baggo during the College of the Ouachita’s 50th Anniversary celebration on Tuesday, October 22, 2019.Malvern’s Cedric Cook makes a tackle against a Fountain Lake Cobra during the Malvern 7th grade game against Fountain Lake on Thursday, October 24, 2019.A Fountain Lake Cobra drags Malvern’s Simeon Mitchell down by his jersey during the Malvern 7th grade game against Fountain Lake on Thursday, October 24, 2019.City and county officials, and fire department representatives met during a Hot Spring County Intergovernmental Council meeting on Tuesday, October 22, 2019 to discuss county business at the Malvern/Hot Spring County Chamber of Commerce Community Room.Members of the Malvern 5th grade peewee team hang out before their championship game against the Fountain Lake Cobras on Saturday, October 26, 2019 at Bauxite.Jackson Plumlee, fourth grader at Malvern Elementary, is the Malvern Daily Record’s Athlete of the Week for his performance in the Malvern 4th grade peewee championship game against Fountain Lake on Saturday, October 26, 2019. Plumlee scored one rushing touchdown to open scoring in the championship game. Plumlee then threw a game winning passing touchdown to teammate Jacob Lewis.The Malvern 4th grade peewee team and their coaches celebrate after taking the lead in their championship against the Fountain Lake Cobras. The 7-4A Peewee Conference Championship games were held at Bauxite on Saturday, October 26, 2019. The Malvern 4th grade peewee team poses with their championship trophy after defeating Fountain Lake 12-8 in the 7-4A Conference Championship game on Saturday, October 26, 2019 at the Pit at Bauxite High School. he Malvern 5th grade peewee watergirls run off the field after a timeout during the Malvern 5th grade championship game against Fountain Lake on Saturday, October 26, 2019 at Bauxite.The Malvern 6th grade peewee captains head onto the field for the coin toss before their championship game against Fountain Lake on Saturday, October 26, 2019 at Bauxite.The Malvern 5th grade peewee team poses with their runner-up trophy after falling to Fountain Lake 14-0 in the championship game held at the Pit at Bauxite High School on Saturday, October 26, 2019.SOARING TO THE END ZONE: Magnet Cove’s (9) Julius McClellan soars by the Bigelow defense to score one of three touchdowns during junior high football action at Kenneth W. Hammons Stadium on Thursday, October 24, 2019.The Malvern 6th grade peewee team holds up one finger after defeating Fountain Lake 6-0 to become the 7-4A Conference Champions. Championship games were held at the Pit at Bauxite High School on Saturday, October 26, 2019.PREPARING FOR COURTHOUSE CHRISTMAS FESTIVITIES: The Hot Spring County Courthouse Christmas Committee met Monday, October 28, 2019 to make plans for Christmas on the Courthouse Square at the Mayor’s office.The Hot Spring County Courthouse Christmas Committee received a $1,000 donation from Farm Bureau in Malvern to contribute funds for Christmas lights and decorations on Tuesday, October 29, 2019 at the Hot Spring County Farm Bureau office located at 611 Martin Luther King Blvd, in Malvern.The Malvern/Hot Spring County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting to welcome Iron Eagle Moving Company to the Chamber on Tuesday, October 22, 2019 at the Chamber office located at 213 W. 3rd Street. Iron Eagle Moving Company Helpers aim for "quality service that soars above the rest." The company provides services for packing-unpacking, loading-unloading, house cleaning and lawn care. Iron Eagle Moving Company can be contacted at (870) 260-1776 for Leon JohnsonJR. PANTHERS DEFENSE: The Magnet Cove Jr. Panthers defense works together as a powerful unit to stop Bigelow’s run game on the ground during seventh grade football action on Thursday, October 24, 2019 at Kenneth W. Hammons Stadium.The greens at Malvern Country Club have recently been updated for members and guests.Malvern Country Club Superintendent, Tracy Yarbrough and Clubhouse Managers, Marla and Marty Nix.VICTORIOUS ON THE GRIDIRON: The Magnet Cove Panthers celebrate together after seeking victory at home during this season at Kenneth W. Hammons Stadium. The Panthers will aim to clinch a top seed for the postseason this Friday night, November 1, 2019 battling Conway Christian for 5-2A Conference play at home.The Lady Leopards volleyball team celebrates after scoring a point during a recent game.Malvern’s Cedric Simmons takes the ball on a quarterback keeper during a recent Leopards game.Lady Warriors’ (10) Lizzy Rowton goes up strong with the left hand floater to score against Saline County Christian Homeschool during senior high girls basketball action Tuesday, October 29, 2019 on the AllCare Pharmacy Court at Ouachita High School Gymnasium.Warriors’ (5) Noah Dahlke soars strong in the paint area to score against the Saline County Christian Homeschool Warriors during senior high boys basketball action Tuesday, October 29, 2019 at Ouachita High School Gymnasium. Dahlke scored a season-high 26 points in the Warriors tough loss to SCCHS, 55-52.

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