Issue 1: The Vote for Roads What’s at stake for Clay County?
ASP promotions for father & son
Corning Jr. High Quiz Bowl Team headed to State
Corwin top speller in county
Corning’s First Baby of 2020 has arrived!
Strong storm damages home . . .

News

Issue 1: The Vote for Roads What’s at stake for Clay County?

In Nov. 2019 Gov. Asa Hutchinson kicked off the “Vote for Roads. Vote for Issue 1” campaign.

ASP promotions for father & son

On Tuesday, January 7, 2020, the Arkansas Highway Police held a promotion ceremony for several officers.

Corning Jr. High Quiz Bowl Team headed to State

The 3A Regional Junior High Quiz Bowl Tournament was hosted at the M.B. Ainley, Jr. Community Center on Friday, January 17, 2020.

Sports

During the FNB tournament the Corning Girls lost to Sloan-Hendrix on Friday, Jan. 17; 54 – 45. Emma Russom was the top scorer for the Lady Cats with 10 points.

JV Bobcats train Falcons; 50-47

Thursday, Jan. 16, the Corning boy’s Junior Varsity team played Crowley’s Ridge College in First National Bank tournament in Corning. Brydon Hewett was top scorer for Corning with 17 points.

Jr. Lady Bobcats are Hillcrest Invitational Champs!

On Saturday, Jan. 11 the Jr. Lady Bobcats traveled back to the Hillcrest Invitational to claim their trophy against a tough team; the Salem Greyhounds. The Jr.

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Opinion

RAMBLING VINES

Now, if you want to know how the weather is going to be for 1985, I can give it to your the old Indian way, I suppose.

Paving our way . . .

On the front page of this issue of the Courier is an article about Issue 1 concerning the half-cent sales tax for roads.

RAMBLING VINES

I cautiously mention this because the few times that I have said something about it, people tend to frown and look at me like I might be paddling with just one oar.

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