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NYIT A-State professor authors book addressing current anti-vaxxer movement
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UA-Fayetteville journalism students to take over COVID-19 information site
Coleman retires from First National Bank after 57 years
Bass heads to Shreveport to help restore power


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The Corning City Council met on Monday, September 14 at 6 p.m. at City Hall for its regular monthly meeting. City Attorney Alex Bigger attended via cell phone.

NYIT A-State professor authors book addressing current anti-vaxxer movement

Vaccines are a verified success story in the chronicling of human health through the years and have proved to be one of the most effective public health interventions in history.

With Covid-19 forcing many cancellations, this area certainly missed the “Hop Alley Rally” and the “4th of July Homecoming” celebration.


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The Sr. Bobcats took the long trip to Yellville on Friday night and got a win of 40 to 0. I want to thank my administrators and loyal Bobcat fans that made the long trip.

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The Corning Bobcats won Friday’s away non-conference game against Yellville-Summit by a score of 40-0. ALL PHOTO CREDITS: DANIELLE FRANCIS



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I always enjoy taking first-day pictures of the Kindergarten students…some are happy and some are sad, some seem afraid to move while others can’t be still, some speak right out and others can bare

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As I’m writing this it’s my paternal grandmother’s 99th birthday. She lives outside Kansas City and we couldn’t travel to be with her to celebrate this year due to Covid-19.


Well, here we are, blasting off on another school year. It has been many a moon since I started to school, but I can still remember how exciting it was. . .

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