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To help individuals who are prone to wander, the Hot Spring County Sheriff's Office has utilized a solution—"Project Lifesaver." This program is designed to help residents who may have Alzheimer’s Disease, Dementia, mental dysfunction disorders as well as others with Down Syndrome or Autism.

The Malvern City Council will have its regular monthly finance/agenda meeting tonight at 6:30 p.m. via teleconference through the Teamup Microsoft web app online.

Recently, the Magnet Cove School Board members met for a construction meeting held with the architect, construction manager, and all subcontractors for the new elementary school. The construction process for the new Magnet Cove Elementary school project continues to progress while the 2020-2…

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The Malvern/Hot Spring County Library is ready to kick off its events schedule for the public to enjoy during the entire month of January for the new year of 2021. The library is presenting a winter reading challenge which began January 3 and ends February 28.

The construction process for the new Magnet Cove Elementary school project continues to progress productively, according to  Magnet Cove School District Superintendent Danny Thomas. While school is currently on the Christmas holiday break, plans for the new school remain on schedule.

The Malvern/Hot Spring County Library has several events planned during the most jolly and cheerful holiday month of the year in December. The library staff has made changes to its Santa at the Library event which is set to take place Saturday. 

 The Malvern City Council held its final monthly council meeting of 2020 Monday via teleconference through the Teamup Microsoft web app online. 

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ounty Library has provided several events planned during the most jolly and cheerful holiday month of the year in December. The library is presenting a reading challenge for December 1 through 23—"12 Days of Christmas."  

With the Thanksgiving holiday shortly approaching, Victory Praise and Worship Church in Malvern is hosting a free meal-to-go pre-Thanksgiving dinner event for the community Wednesday, November 18.

On November 17, Central Arkansas Development Council is scheduled to finish its emergency food distribution in Hot Spring County at the HSC Fairgrounds in Malvern. Distributions will begin at 10 a.m. and will proceed while supplies last. 

The Malvern City Council held its monthly council meeting Monday via teleconference. During the meeting, the council approved four items of business. The council agreed to accept an ordinance levying 2021 taxes following its third reading. The ordinance was introduced by the council and read…

The Malvern City Council met for its monthly agenda meeting Monday—the council voted to include several items of business to be placed on the agenda for its upcoming meeting November 9.

This Saturday, the Malvern Downtown Development with the Hot Spring County Conversations—Malvern Beautification Action Team is hosting its annual Malvern Quarterly Clean-Up beginning at 8 a.m. to 10 a.m.

Registered voters continue to pile in to vote during early voting for the 2020 November 3 General Election. at the Hot Spring County Fairgrounds in Malvern.

The Malvern/Hot Spring County Library has provided several events planned during the most thankful  month of the year in November—"We Give Thanks For Books." The library is presenting a reading challenge for November, "DEAR Season Reading Challenge." To participate, visit READsquared and log…

With Halloween just weeks away several events are planned for the community in Malvern. But this year's spookiest, scariest fun holiday will be celebrated differently due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Hot Spring County Election Commissioners met recently with County Clerk Sandy Boyette and Liz Pfeiffer, HSC deputy of elections to have its logic and accuracy testing of all necessary software, printer and the ExpressVote machines for the 2020 November General Election at the HSC Electio…

The Malvern City Council met for its monthly agenda meeting Monday via teleconference through the Teamup Microsoft web app online to utilize communication with Malvern Mayor Brenda J. Weldon at Malvern Water Works board room.The council voted to place several items of business on the agenda …

Due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Malvern Downtown Development Corporation has informed the public that the annual Trick or Treat on Main Street event is canceled this year. The organization announced the cancellation Tuesday on its Facebook page.

Pursuant to legislation passed by Congress, educational institutions receiving federal funding from the U.S. Department of Education are required to hold an educational program pertaining to the United States Constitution on September 17 of each year. This year, students at Malvern Middle Sc…

Next week is “Mass Flu Week,” and the Hot Spring County Health Unit will be giving free flu shots—drive-through only on September 21 through 25 from 8 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. The clinic is located at 2204 E. Sullenburger Street in Malvern.  The flu shot is available at no cost and must bring an…

During the Malvern City Council’s regular meeting Monday, Greg Pumphrey of Pumphrey Architecture, Inc. provided a presentation via teleconference to up date the council members on the sketch plans of remodeling the Fred’s building for a new Malvern Police Station on 110 N Main and the Malver…

On September 12, 2020 at approximately 0020 hours, officers with the Hot Springs Police Department responded to 1374 E. Grand Avenue, Hot Springs, in reference to a shooting. Read more about the shooting in Wednesdays September 16 MDR newspaper edition.

The Malvern City Council approved two items of new business during its monthly meeting Monday. The council agreed to accept the 2019 audit report from legislative audit and approved extension of water service on Babcock Street. Read more details from the meeting in Wednesdays September 16 MD…