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QC meets with light agenda

QC meets with light agenda

It was discovered Monday evening during the Quorum Court meeting that a mistake paired with a lack of communication involving lawsuits over the tax rates of the Darling buildings could cost the county and the Corning and Piggott School Districts.

CPC installs non-contact infrared thermometer for employee safety

CPC installs non-contact infrared thermometer for employee safety

Corning Publishing Company recently invested in a non-contact, wall-mounted infrared thermometer to ensure the safety of employees from COVID-19. The thermometer reads temperatures in Celsius. As employees enter the building they take their temperature to determine if it’s below 38 degrees Celcius, which is 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit.

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