July Homecoming Picnic and Parade latest casualties of 2020 pandemic
Treadway talks football, the pandemic and a new season
New BRAD Program Director comes full circle
City council hits ground running after April break
B & B Farms selected Clay Co. Farm Family
Starlink satellites seen over region


July Homecoming Picnic and Parade latest casualties of 2020 pandemic

The Corning Area Chamber of Commerce Board made the weighty decision in a meeting Wednesday, May 13, to cancel Corning’s annual Fourth of July Homecoming Picnic and Parade for 2020.

According to Sheriff Terry Miller of the Clay County Sheriff’s Department, they received a call on Saturday morning, May 16, about a gentleman from Greene County who had put his boat into the water

The main topic of the Quorum Court meeting on Monday, May 18 were the measures deemed necessary in order to keep the county afloat monetarily.


20 minutes and 20 seconds . . .

On Friday evening, April 17, the Corning, Rector, and Piggott School Districts turned on the football stadium lights and the baseball and softball lights at 8:20 p.m.

Looking back at sports . . .

The Knobel Mustang Colts won their very first trophy last weekend by capturing third place honors at the Elementary Invitational Basketball Tournament held at Rector.

Wiedeman selected to 3A-3 All-Conference Team

Junior Jayden Wiedeman was recently selected to the 3A-3 All Conference Basketball Team. Jayden is a Forward for the Bobcats.


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Well, well, I hear Roy Smalley caught a 10-pound catfish on his tied-out lines in Corning Lake, Sunday night.

The view from the cheap seats . . .

2020 has been a tough year not only for Corning, but also for other towns and their counties.

Rambling Vines

People who know me can tell by looking that the weather is warming up, the warmer it gets, the more I whack on my hair.

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