Local Stories

Clay County football has a tough week

By Allen Hamrick Clay County football took a hit this week with all teams, Clay County High School Panthers and Clay County Middle School Mustangs,...

Camp Creek bridge closes to vehicle traffic

By Holly Nine As of Wednesday, September 28, at 5 p.m., the Camp Creek bridge was closed to all vehicular traffic. It is still open...

Class of ‘48 holds reunion

The Clay County High School Class of 1948 met in the High School Library on Sept 17 for their 68th reunion. The high school class...

Groups Condemn FERC’s review of proposed Mountain Valley Pipeline

Last week, federal regulators released a draft environmental review for the proposed fracked-gas Mountain Valley Pipeline that public interest advocates say fails to adequately...

Battle of Bulltown reenactment slated for weekend

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Burnsville Lake in Burnsville, in partnership with Wise’s Legion, an authentic Civil War living history organization, and...

Drug Take Back day set for Oct. 22

Take Back Day in Clay County will be held Saturday, October 22, from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at the Clay County Courthouse. This is a...

Friends and classmates spend years together at Clay County Bank

By Holly Nine Sometimes things happen in life that we can’t explain. Sometimes good, sometimes bad.  Having a friend is always a good thing, and...

Clay County Historical Society holds meeting

The Clay County Landmarks Commission and Historical Society met in the Clay County Library on September 7. Present were Sandra Claybrook, Jeanine Samples, Lenora...

Local business woman donates ukuleles to Clay Middle School

Clay County Middle School is now the proud owner of six new Diamond Head concert ukuleles thanks to the generosity of Cheryl White. White...


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