City approved for CARES grant
Pandemic effects on human spirit
Record number of Clay Countians cast votes during 2020 election
Sewer project underway
An interview with Dr. Shane Speights
Election Day . . .


City approved for CARES grant

The Corning City Council met for their Nov. meeting on Thursday, Nov. 12 at 6 p.m. at the M.B. Ainley, Jr. Community Center.

Pandemic effects on human spirit

COVID-19 has ravaged the country and the state of Arkansas for nearly nine months. The negative effects of social distancing, mask mandates has changed the way our population normally interacts.

The lighting of Wynn Park will take place as is the Christmas in the Park tradition on the Saturday, Nov. 28.


On Nov. 12 Hooten’s Arkansas Football on announced the Farm Bureau Insurance watch lists for the 2020 Farm Bureau Insurance Awards.

Bobcats triumphant in first round play-off

Gary Comstock runs the ball down field.

Football Photo credits: Danielle Francis



Lady Rebels eke out win against Lady Cats- 53-52

The Corning Sr. High Girls battled the Riverside Rebels on Tuesday, Nov. 10 at home. The Lady Bobcats had a solid first quarter with 23 points over Riverside’s 10.

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I know that I can create more problems and make more messes that anyone that I ever heard of. Take last Saturday afternoon as a for instance.

Group project . . .

Are you sick and tired of the pandemic? Do you want life to somewhat return to normal? What would you do to end the pandemic?


Now, I want to get this straight in the beginning, I like dogs. Always have, always will.

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