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Clay County Board of Education meets

The Clay County Board of Education met on Monday, July 10, 2017. A motion to approve the agenda was approved. A motion to approve the...

Clay Middle School band rehearsals scheduled

Clay Middle School band rehearsals are scheduled for the week of July 31 through August 4. The practices are only for students who will...

Camp Catch Your Breath starts July 23

United Hospital Center (UHC) in Bridgeport and the American Lung Association in West Virginia, together with their sponsoring hospitals and supporters, are proud to...

Library Commission announces Grants to Clay Library

The West Virginia Library Commission has presented $110,093 in state grants to 30 public libraries in the state. The grants were awarded in June, based...

Clearer rights of way improve reliability for power customers

About three years into a new method of managing vegetation, Appalachian Power is seeing improved reliability, and customers are noticing. “Customers are commenting about seeing...

CCHS students awarded for vaccine research

 Last week The Clay County Free Press had an article on the achievements of TSA at national competition. Briefly mentioned was the first place...

Mighty Elk River Fest was rockin’ on Saturday

The Mighty Elk River Fest is now in the history books, and if you weren’t there or didn’t participate, you missed out. Not as...

Picnic in the Parking Lot returns to CCHS

Picnic in the Parking Lot returns to Clay County High School on  Thursday, July 20, at 6 p.m. Clay County High School is proud to...

GSC Awards Scholarship to Clay County Student

Glenville State College student Seth Stover of Clay has been awarded the Honors Academic Scholarship from the GSC Foundation for the 2017-2018 academic school...

Attorney general warns consumers to be wary of ticket scam

West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey warned summer travelers to be wary of a scam in which impostors send emails to collect traffic fines...