A Corning resident is having much success working as a commercial model.

Rhonda Sollis, chair of the New Truck stand at Corning’s Fourth of July Homecoming Picnic, accepts keys to a new 2017 Ford XLT from David Taylor of Red Taylor Ford.

This year’s Fourth of July T-shirts to celebrate Corning’s annual Independence Day Homecoming have arrived at the Chamber office near Wynn Park.




One of Corning High School’s most successful coaches is enjoying a relaxing retirement after an almost 40-year career.

The Corning Bobcats fought their way to a Regional Tournament Championship title.


The state Board of Education will consider raising the cap on the number of students who can enroll in the Arkansas Virtual Academy.

Tent camping aside, we did have some nice vacations, most of which were in Nashville. Opryland was our go-to place for several years. Sadly, it closed several years ago, victim of Dollywood.

Yesterday evening, members of the Arkansas congressional delegation sent a letter to the Secretary of Agriculture, Sonny Perdue, requesting immediate assistance in providing relief to Arkansas farm

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