I remember it like it was yesterday. I was in Mrs. Snyder’s fourth grade. It was a warm September day at recess, and I was on seesaw with my friend Brenda Easterwood.
Seven-year old Talli Wright killed her first deer on Sunday, Nov. 15. She landed the spike buck while hunting with her dad, Matt in Clay County.
In this era of erasing the history and culture of our great country, numerous statues and monuments are being removed or destroyed. Some are demonizing the very men who made this nation the envy of the world. There is even talk of demolishing Mount Rushmore.
The Corning Beautification Committee has selected two Corning High School students, Kylee Skidmore and Shelby Banks as the November Artists of the Month.
The Northeast Arkansas Education Cooperative held a virtual business expo on Tuesday, October 20- Wednesday, October 21. Corning competed with students in districts throughout our co-op region. Corn ing students received over half of the honors that were awarded for this expo. Congratulations to these students: