April 5th, 2011
Three members of the Bryant girls basketball team were honored last week by the Arkansas Activities Association.
Sophomore McKenzie Adams was named to the 2011 7A All-Tournament Team.
Head coach Blake Condley said that, although the Lady Hornets lost in the first round to Rogers, Adams scored half of the teamâ€™s points in their only game of the tournament.
â€śShe played very aggressively,â€ť he said. â€śWe were in a position where other girls didnâ€™t score well, and she did.â€ť
Beva Myers Ensey, 93, of Malvern passed away April 2, 2011, in Benton.
She was born Aug. 20, 1917, in Dallas County to the late Dick and Mary (Dalton) Myers.
She was a member of Emmanuel Baptist in Malvern, and had worked in a furniture factory.
She was preceded in death by her parents; four brothers, Ralph, Thomas, Doyle and Roscoe Myers; and four sisters, Ethel Lawrence, Earnestine Walker, Jamie Howell and Juanita Givens.
Billy Dee Nabors, 77, of Paron passed away April 3, 2011.
He was born April 22, 1933, in Greenbrier to the late Harold Clarence and Loy Lou (Breeding) Nabors.
Mr. Nabors was a retired carpenter, a member of North Fork Missionary Baptist Church of Paron, a member of Carpenterâ€™s Local Union 690 of Little Rock, Boy Scouts of America Ouachita Area Council, Paron Masonic Lodge 309, and Congo Masonic Lodge 743.