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Here it is!! . . .

Rhonda Sollis, Corning 4th of July truck chairman, and David Taylor, owner of Red Taylor Ford, reveal the brand new 2015 Ford F150 prize to be given away at the annual Homecoming. The Racing red truck is a crew cab 4x2 XLT valued at $35,930 and is sure to draw the attention of many who will purchase tickets to win the vehicle. This is the grand prize for the Corning 4th of July celebration and the highlight of the event, given away during the 10 p.m. drawing.

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Prom royalty . . .

Colton Green and Misti Griffen were voted CHS Prom King and Queen during the 2015 Corning High School Junior and Senior Prom Saturday, April 18 at the high school.

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School Board approves contracts

Jim McIntosh

Corning School Board of Education took steps to ensure student safety while at the same time saving the district money. The Board, meeting April 14 in the high school conference room, voted unanimously to approve a contract between the City of Corning and the school district to hire officer Chris King as the new school resource officer (SRO).

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Lady ’Cats vying for second

Jim McIntosh

The Lady Bobcats were on a terror last week, sweeping a pair of 3A-3 Conference opponents in double headers, taking down nemesis Rivercrest on Tuesday, April 14, and disposing of Osceola the following day. Unfortunately, they fell to league-leading Piggott last Friday, but still took four of five games on the schedule in a grueling week of home games.

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’Cats play best game Monday

Jim McIntosh

Corning lost a pair of important 3A-3 Conference games last week but rebounded to defeated Manila on Monday in their best outing of the season and place themselves in position for a fine finish in the division. Hosting Rivercrest last Thursday, April 16 the squad’s bats came alive but in the end they fell by a 10-8 margin.

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Spring training . . .

On Thursday April 16, Corning Child Development Center hosted Spring training baseball camp. They invited all dads and grandparents to come play baseball with the children. Pictured is Lane Lucas with his dad Mark. Other fathers and children were also photographed including Brody and Natalie Morrow, Mark and Lane Lucas and Daniel and Grady Plemons.

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