With Covid-19 forcing many cancellations, this area certainly missed the “Hop Alley Rally” and the “4th of July Homecoming” celebration. However, this does not keep us from recalling the good times that each of these occasions brought.
Vaccines are a verified success story in the chronicling of human health through the years and have proved to be one of the most effective public health interventions in history. According to the CDC vaccinations protect against several diseases that used to be prevalent in the United States, such as; Polio, Tetanus, Measles, Diphtheria, Whooping Cough and Rubella; to name a few. Yet there is currently a vocal anti-vaccination movement.
The Corning City Council met on Monday, September 14 at 6 p.m. at City Hall for its regular monthly meeting. City Attorney Alex Bigger attended via cell phone. Councilman Terry Masterson was absent. The agenda was short with a resolution for the completion of I-57 and the golf course listed on paper.
The first load of harvested rice to arrive at Riceland for 2020 was from LMN Farms - Nathan Woolard. The rice variety was CL115 with a moisture of 19.9. Chad Woolard delivered the load to the Corning Riceland plant on Saturday, Sept. 5 and is pictured with Plant Manager, Jack Morris. Photo/Alex Lane
Published in the Arkansas Press Association’s Publisher Weekly and with permission in the Clay County Courier.