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Good Friday service, April 18

The annual Good Friday service hosted by members of the Corning Area Ministerial Fellowship will begin at 7:00 p.m., Friday, April 18 in First General Baptist Church at the corner of Kenmore and Ada streets. The speaker will be Rev. Tony Monreal of Living Word Fellowship Church. Other area ministers will take part in the service.

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Kiwanis Radio auction April 21-25

Monday, April 21 the 49th annual Kiwanis Radio Auction starts at 4:00 p.m. on More Music 93.5 FM. Various items from the area donated to the Kiwanis Club will be sold each day through Friday, April 25. All proceeds go toward civic projects with the majority of funds used for the Kiwanis Scholarships given to Corning High School graduates.

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Clay County book suggested to cover past history

By Jane Gatewood 
Special to The Courier With a chance to practice what we learned in kindergarten, the people of Clay County can write a book, compiling photographs and stories about Clay countians. While many of the lessons from kindergarten dealt with taking naps and keeping our hands to ourselves, a main lesson focused on playing well with others.

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Lady ’Cats sweep Hoxie

by Jim McIntosh
Corning had an up-and-down week in softball action but won the most important games during a four-game stretch, playing around rainouts. The squad defeated Hoxie in a double header last Thursday but fell in back-to-back games during a Play Day in Naylor. Fortunately, those games do not count and the squad now stands at 11-3 overall and 6-1 in the 3A-3 conference as the season winds down.

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Bobcats look to hold first place

by Jim McIntosh
Corning lost its first conference game of the season Thursday, falling 7-3 to Rivercrest but remained in first place in the 3A-3 conference, albeit making the journey a little more difficult.
The squad was scheduled to travel to Manila Tuesday to take on the second place Lions. Afterwards, they will have three conference games remaining and Coach Dustin Eddington views those as the most important games of the season.

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Junior Trap Team takes first place . . .

Coach Jim Clifton reports a few Junior Division members of Corning Trap team traveled to Batesville last month for trap shooting competition. This group earned first place and received a $300 check. From left, Chandler Conyers, Joey Bradish, Trey Blankenship, Beau Young, Garrett Scrogin and FNBC representative of Batesville. This shoot was a AYSSP format shoot that will help prepare the group for their upcoming AYSSP regional and state competitions.

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