Clarissa Hollowell, Armani Jones and Izaiah Hollowell enjoy the playground at Wynn Park during the first day of spring Monday, March 20.

Work continues on the new Caseys General Store on Main Street/ Hwy. 67 West in Corning. Mayor Rob Young said the store is set to open near the end of April (weather permitting).

April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month, accordign to Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA).


The Lady Bobcats fell to Highland in high school softball action Tuesday, March 14, at home, losing 14-6.

Continuing their winning momentum, the Corning Bobcats baseball team had three major upsets this past week.

Madelynn Coleman (far left) of Corning, competed at level 6 Arkansas state meet at Jack Stephens Center in Little Rock last week


The legislature has passed and sent to the governor a “campus carry” measure that was amended numerous times and applies to many more areas than college campuses.

March 19, 1981

By Marylea  Vines

Clay County Courier

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