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Deadline For Debris Removal Program Set For Nov. 18

Homeowners whose residences were damaged beyond repair and left uninhabitable by June’s severe storms, floods, mudslides and landslides that affected large swaths of central...

Board of Education approves interim superintendent

By Holly Nine Monday’s board of education meeting started with an executive session. After the executive session was finished, the board members proceded with the...

Hard work pays off for Math Field Day participants

Students at Big Otter Elementary have been studying and working very hard in preparation for the Clay County Math Field Day and their hard...

Clay Middle to host Trunk-or-Treat

Clay Middle School is hosting Trunk-or-Treat this year, and I would like to invite everyone to participate in our event on October 31stfrom 6-8...

Big Otter Elementary announces Top Readers

September was a fun month full of reading about autumn, pumpkins, and golden delicious apples!  The following students have earned the honor of being...

Clay County High School Hosts STEM career showcase

Clay County High School is hosting a showcase to display its Advanced Career (AC) Innovations in Science and Technology curriculum on Weds., Nov., 2....

Fire fighters teach awareness to school children

 By Holly Nine With October being  fire prevention month, trying to raise awareness to people in the community is an important matter for the volunteer...

BCSC Attends WVU Men’s Soccer Game

Youth representatives from the Braxton County Soccer Club attended the WVU Men’s Soccer Game vs. Buffalo on Saturday, Oct. 15. Those attending were able...

Local Democrat receives statewide recognition

Governor Earl Ray Tomblin joined with Democratic leaders from throughout West Virginia in honoring David Walker as one of West Virginia’s Outstanding Democrats of...


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