Local Stories

Clay County High School is proud to announce Roger Hanshaw as the 2015 commencement speaker. Roger Hanshaw is a life-long resident of Clay County and currently practices environmental and natural resources law in the...

On Friday, May 29, 2015, the Lizemores Volunteer Fire Department and Ambulance Service staged a Mock Accident at Lizemores Elementary to show the kids how dangerous it is to text and drive. Before the...

The Elk River Fest is this weekend, June 5th and 6th here in Clay, filled with fun and music, a parade, exhibits and so much more! It is going to be a fun packed...

After years of offering quality in-home health care to residents in the area, Advantage Home Care is expanding. The business, locally owned by Kathy Taylor, Virginia Johnson, Lisa Taylor and Crystal Coulter, is broadening...

Axys Projects is a new business in town, located at 282 Main Street under the old IGA building. Axys is a family owned and operated, small manufacturing/retail shop with an online store for more...

Baby Dorsey, has been diagnosed with Hypo plastic Left Heart Syndrome (HLHS). HLHS is a condition where the left side of the heart does not develop. He will need to be delivered in Cincinnati,...

Individuals or groups who would like to help get the Buffalo Creek Recreational Trail in shape and keep it in shape, are asked to call 587-4166 or 587-2949 to volunteer. This week we would...

On Friday, May 22, 2015, students from Clay Elementary joined in the courtyard to sing for a Memorial Day ceremony. Veterans were there to salute the flag and hang a wreath in front of...

By John Crabtree, Center for Rural Affairs A draft rule issued by USDA aims to define what it means to be ‘actively engaged’ in farming. The proposed rule makes some important changes, but those improvements...

The Charleston Police Department (CPD) was hard at work over the Holiday weekend from May 23rd through May 25th on Work Zone Speed Enforcement. CPD Officers worked overtime to enforce the current speed limit of...