Members of the Clay County Quorum Court met in regular session on Tuesday, Feb. 18, at the courthouse in Corning with all members in attendance. The meeting was held a day late due to the President's Day holiday, and a fairly light agenda was addressed. During the gathering the JPs heard updates from the Clay County Cooperative Extension Service and approved an ordinance appropriating insurance funds to the sheriff's office. The court also agreed to a plan to have an additional juvenile officer work in the county, with the pay and benefits covered by a grant. After dispensing with
The Choralaires from Crowley’s Ridge College visited the 4th & Vine Church of Christ on Sunday evening, February 23, 2020 and sang during church services. After wards the congregation and singers enjoyed dinner and refreshments.
Before Adam Holmes and Top School Stories Today, Rector fifth graders had to rely on school bus gossip and questionable rumors to get the straight facts about their elementary school like “What’s for lunch?” and “When’s the next assembly?” Now, students at Rector
Neil Simon’s farce “Rumors” will be staged at the Downtown Playhouse in Pocahontas in the coming weeks. The comedy opens February 29 and runs through March 29.
The Corning Beautification Committee is pleased to present Sabrina Parks as the February Artist of the Month. Parks is a sophomore at Corning High School and has been taking art classes with Mrs. Christina Swint for three years. She is a member of the Bobcats Ambassadors, NHS, FFA, Quiz Bowl team, and the Art Club. Sabrina is the daughter of Suzy and Steven Parks, and the niece of Cindy Hart-Layton, who taught as an art teacher. Her goals are to continue taking art classes and to continue to stretch her creativity and artistic talent as a hobby throughout college.