Corning and Arkansas were recently represented internationally by Rylee Grubb, a student at Corning High School, during the 31st D.A.R.E.

Clay County citizens have been concerned about the intersection of U.S. Highway 62 and Highway 135, better known as the Corning Y for several years.

Two local girls demonstrated that community service begins when you’re young.


Excitement was in the air as the Hogs became the second Arkansas baseball team to ever reach the CWS Finals.

Coach Jerry Songer and The Corning Sr. Lady Bobcat’s Basketball team had a great showing this summer in three separate Basketball camps and a shootout.

Arkansas’ road to their ninth College World Series appearance started with a heap of preseason hype.


Years ago our downtown was the heart of Corning. Where is our heart now? A town without a heart, is a town without an identity. I wrote those words last January.

Corning has its Harvest Festival. There’s a watermelon festival, strawberry festival, peach festival, even a purple hull pea festival.

Charlie May Simon Book


Clay County Courier

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P.O. Box 85
Corning, Arkansas 72422-0085
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