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Saturday evening, people gathered at the Clay High Auditorium to support a clay county native, sponsored by the CCHS Class of ‘68. Dartanya Butcher graduated from Kent State University with a degree in fashion...

By Erica Kearns The Town of Clay became a little brighter this week when volunteers added beautiful floral displays along the streets. The flowers were homegrown at Sizemore’s Greenhouse and planted in baskets purchased by...

By Erica Kearns A new public access had been opened in Clay, improving access to a popular section of the Elk River. Located adjacent to the Main Street Alive building at 292 Main Street in...
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By Holly Nine After an enjoyable term of 28 years and 11 months serving on the Board of Education comes to an end, Dr. R. B. Legg is retiring. Dr. Legg became a board member...

It was an exciting time at Big Otter Elementary School when the NED show came!  NED stands for Never give up, Encourage others, and Do your best!  Students learned how to be more positive...

Future Farmers of America (FFA) is one of the great organizations Clay County High School has to offer students. FFA is committed to the individual student, providing a path to achievement in premier leadership,...

By Erica Kearn Allyson Taylor With an interest in skydiving, rock climbing, white water rafting and kayaking, it would only make sense that...

Gary King, Sheriff Samples, Deputy Ware, Deputy Caruthers, and Deputy Belt The Clay...

By Holly Nine Board of Education member and Vice President, Dave Mullins conducted the first meeting of May on Monday the 4th as Dr....

By Holly Nine Have you ever thought about traveling the world? There are a lot of people who travel whether it be for work, visiting, or for pleasure. Usually, most people travel by plane, boat,...