Local Stories

The annual Robert “Cheif” Siwo basketball camp got underway this past week. Youth from the ages of 7 to 14 had the opportunity for a unique basketball learning experience. Participants were able to gain...

  By Shanna Paige The Family Resource Network monthly meeting was held on Tuesday, June 17, 2014. These monthly meetings are held to inform our community of upcoming events to help improve our county, as several...

 By Shanna Paige The Farmers Market was open again on Saturday, with more vendors and products to choose from. This week’s market also featured a unique...

  The new Jessie Sez provides a great dining...

Our regular monthly meeting was held June 4, 2014 in the Clay County Library. Present were Jerry Stover, Sandra Claybrook, Jim Miller and Eloise Boggs. We may be few in number but enthusiasm is...

Need a new hobby? The Clay County Quilter’s Group is looking for members. The group currently meets on the second Saturday of each month in the basement of the library at 10 am. During...

  Freedom Industries failed for a second straight day to prevent a stormwater collection trench overflow at the MCHM spill site along the Elk River, forcing the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) again to intervene. “To have...

As we grow older our accomplishments become fewer and harder to achieve. We are happy to announce the graduation of Tim Opten Butcher from Liberty University with a degree in Theology. Tim has worked...

Two people are under arrest, both being charged with possession with intent to deliver, after a confidential informant purchased drugs from the two. The West Virginia State Police were able to obtain arrest warrants...

What kind of business would you like to see come to Clay? Clinton and Marshall Nichols, soon to be doing business at Main Street Alive, LLC, have officially purchased the old IGA/Faschek building on Main...