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Peco continues construction

by Fred Martin

When Peco, one of the nation’s leading poultry producers, starts another “pour” at their facility’s construction site just north of Corning, everyone will see several silos beginning to protrude 145 feet skyward. They will be erected near that 166-foot feed mill that was completed on one “pour” in January. This structure alone contains 43 tanks or bins for receiving grain.

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Local author may turn to writing full-time

by Jim McIntosh

Author John T. Wayne’s republished book, “Ole Slantface,” has had a surge in sales, according to the Delaplaine resident who contends he is the grandson of Hollywood Legend John Wayne.

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Miss Sadie Couch crowned Homecoming Queen

Corning 2015 Bobcat Homecoming Queen Sadie Couch is pictured with her escort Chase Watson, Flower Girl Makenna Lane and Crown Bearer Mac Lunsford during her coronation Tuesday night in Bobcat gymnasium.

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Lady Bobcats win big over conference rivals

by Jim McIntosh

The Lady Bobcats registered a pair of lopsided 3A-3 Conference victories over the past week, placing them in great position as the season winds down. A victory over Piggott Thursday and Rivercrest in the final 3A-3 game next Monday would assure the Lady ‘Cats of the conference title.

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Bobcats looking for end of season run

by Jim McIntosh

The Bobcats fell 79-69 to Osceola last Friday on the road after a 29-point performance by the Seminoles in the final quarter. Corning trailed 16-13 after the first frame, 38-32 at the half and then took a 53-50 lead at the end of the third quarter.

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