Monday night at the M.B. Ainley, Jr. Community Center, the postponed September City Council meeting was finally held without Mayor Rob Young in attendance.

Charlie Swint, age 6, received Best of Show Ribbon ages 5-8 on his 4H Advanced Hobby Collection of Fish and Journal where he created an outdoor pond in his yard during the summer and then created a

A special council meeting was called Tuesday, September 11 in the afternoon for that evening at 7 p.m. to discuss the General Fund.


The fighting Bobcats mental and physical toughness were on display yet again, but unfortunately so was the result Friday, September 14 in Corning.

Piggott and Corning bumped heads in another classic contest between the two storied rivals Thursday, September 13 in Corning.

The Brinkley Tigers Junior High Football team scored on their first touch from scrimmage and never looked back. The Jr. Bobcats and Tigers kicked off a little early at 6 p.m.


Everyone faces challenges in life, but it’s not the obstacles that define us. It is the manner in which we stand up for ourselves that ultimately illustrates our character.

It has been just five months since the last deadly flu season ended, yet the time is almost here for the annual flu shot.

This past week excerpts of Bob Woodward’s new book, “Fear: Trump in the White House”, about Donald Trump’s presidency came out.

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