The Corning City Council meeting for the month of August was held on Monday, August 10 at 6 p.m. in the M.B. Ainley, Jr. Community Center on the east side of town.
By Pam Lowe
There’s been quite a bit of public controversy over the use of the drug, hydroxychloroquine for COVID-19 patients. Dr.
By Pam Lowe
POCAHONTAS – The woman accused of killing former Sen. Linda Collins pleaded guilty to her murder Thursday, Aug. 6, in Randolph County Circuit Court and was sentenced to 50 years in prison.
By Brandon Smith Star Herald Staff
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.
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.
Junior Jayden Wiedeman was recently selected to the 3A-3 All Conference Basketball Team. Jayden is a Forward for the Bobcats.
State Senator Blake Johnson shares support for RAAD (Rising Above Alcohol and Drugs) and Partnership for Success.
1st Choice Healthcare gave away free backpacks during the event. Rhonda McKinney hands a backpack to a parent.
The Corning School District administration poses with Rylee Grubb, America Youth Advocacy Board Member for Arkansas, SRO Terry Ladd and Daren the Lion and McGruff the Crime Dog.
Corning Volunteer Firemen, J.R. Roark - Secretary, Jason Grubb - Chief, and Kelly Carpenter prepare grilled hotdogs.
Angie White cuts a student's hair as B & B Studio provided free haircuts for children preparing to start school.
The Rise Above Alcohol and Drugs (RAAD) table was giving away free t-shirts and information concerning drug use in Clay County.
Barbara Caldwell's reaction as she walked into her business, Sam and Sam's Products, Inc. to find members of the Chamber and Growing Corning Together.
Barbara's husband, Jim Caldwell and her granddaughter stand near Barbara as she realizes the surprise.
Barbara Caldwell's daughter, Heather Frost and her grand-daughters helped with the ruse to get Barbara to the surprise celebration.
Right now there are many teachers across Arkansas and in the United States expressing concern, anger, and worry about starting a school year during a pandemic with Covid case numbers higher than la
By The Lowe Down
Corning friends of Mrs. Mae HAIZLIP, (the former Mae HAYS) now a noted St.
That means the days will be getting shorter and shorter.
It also means that some day before long it will get too cold for mosquitoes!
By Marylea Vines
Clay County Courier
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