Last week the Highway 67/62 intersection in Corning received needed improvements according to David Pierce,

Bees traveling in six semi-trucks from the Texarkana area made their annual trek to Wisconsin last week to pollinate cranberries. On Friday they were traveling back to southern Arkansas.

Pam Lowe has been hired as editor of the Clay County Courier newspaper, according to Thelma Rockwell, publisher and president of the company.


Victor Cummings chipping down Hole 1 on a beautiful Sunday afternoon on the Victory Lake Golf Course.


Bernard Thompson was a long way from his former NBA life on Tuesday morning coaching three girls at the M.B. Ainley Community Center in Corning.

Cole Guthrey was named Best Under the Sun Newcomer of the year for Northeast Arkansas. He was unable to attend the banquet due to a baseball tournament in St. Louis.


My daughters spent their early years watching “Sesame Street.” Introduced in 1969, it quickly became a favorite of children and parents, combining entertainment with education.

At one time, all bicycles were, really, “dirt bikes.” In cycling’s earliest days, wheelmen—and women- -followed uneven gravel roads and rough paths to get from point “a” to point “b” and for the sh

By Maryles Vynes


Clay County Courier

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