Back when we were in school, the girls all took home economics. The purpose was to prepare us for the future as wives and mothers by teaching us to cook, sew, and take care of children.
My one-year anniversary as editor of the newspaper was a month ago and I have to say I have learned so much about a great many things. It’s what makes this job so interesting.
Years ago our downtown was the heart of Corning. Where is our heart now? A town without a heart, is a town without an identity. I wrote those words last January.
Corning has its Harvest Festival. There’s a watermelon festival, strawberry festival, peach festival, even a purple hull pea festival.
Charlie May Simon Book