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Ann Colley retires . . .

Corning Police Department dispatcher Ann Colley, was surprised and recognized with a retirement party last Wednesday, July 22. Personnel from Corning P.D. City Hall, and Mayor Rob Young, celebrated the departure with a cake, refreshments, flowers, and a plaque presented by the mayor for her 17 years of service.

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Mayor: Good news, bad news, no news

Jim McIntosh

Corning Mayor Rob Young said he is still attempting to get together with executives from Casey’s General Store, Inc., concerning a possible build in Corning. The chain expressed interest in constructing a facility in the city last April. He has met twice with company representatives to negotiate. Young said Corning business owner Blue Riggan has been in talks with Casey’s about property located on Main Street in Corning.

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Naylor educator honored

A Naylor School teacher was recognized as a 2015 Pioneer for her contributions to public education. Betty Abernathy is one of five educators who were honored Monday, July 27, as Pioneers in Education for their commitment and contributions to public education in Missouri.

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