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Dan Heyman One of the doctors heading up an effort to address childhood obesity in West Virginia says she’s seeing some progress. Dr. Jamie Jeffrey, medical director for Healthy Kids Pediatric Weight Management Program at...

The Town of Clay looks a little more festive this week as we take notice of the 2013 Scare Poles! In conjunction with the Clay County Business Development Authority, businesses and organizations around...
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The West Virginia Silver-Haired Legislature, a group of over-60 “legislators”, with support of the West Virginia Bureau of Senior Services, held a three day session in the Capitol in Charleston, WV last week. The...

County Commissioners Linkinoggor, Pierson and Tucker By Erica Kearns The Clay County Commission met Wednesday, starting their meeting...

By Erica Kearns Victims of domestic violence were honored at a ceremony at the Clay Courthouse Tuesday. The vigil began with YWCA workers Pam Gillenwater...
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By Erica Kearns A two vehicle accident at the Clay/Kanawha county line on Thursday afternoon sent three people to the hospital. According to emergency responders, an...

There is now an enacted Fiscal Year (FY) 2014 continuing resolution which provides funding for the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS).  We are in the process of an orderly start-up...

Are you out of a job and looking? Need help applying for a job? Need help finding a job? On Wednesday, October 23, 2013 from 10 am to 5 pm Workforce Recruitment Officer Pat...

The Center for Rural and Community Health of the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine is offering free training in Braxton County to become a Community Health Education Resource Person (CHERP).With this training program,...

Would you like to learn to play the violin? Now is your chance.  Alasha AlQudwah will be traveling to Clay on to give violin lessons on Wednesdays. Alasha is a very talented violinist who plays...