Years ago it was common to hear of dowsers who would implement a forked branch from a tree like peach, cherry or hickory or sometimes two L-shaped sticks, called a
Corning has learned the hard way that we need to support our local businesses. And it appears that residents are rallying to try to do so. That’s a good thing.
People in the hills don’t need to torment us about high water any more...they have found out they can have floods as bad as anyone else if it rains enough.
The Growing Corning Together committee has in the past few months determined the name of the group, created a logo, implemented a survey, and participated in Christmas in the Park.
“Well, if it isn’t the Fleming girls,” Santa’s deep voice boomed to my sister, Robin and I. The year was about 1967 and two little girls stood amazed before this