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By Erica Kearns Clay Middle School held their annual Spring Music concert Thursday evening for friends, family and classmates. The evening began with a performance by the sixth grade band under the direction of Mr....

Rates to increase less than 50¢ a day for residential customers   The Public Service Commission (PSC) of West Virginia on Tuesday approved a $123.5 million revenue increase for customers of Appalachian Power and Wheeling Power,...

Deanna Holcomb Stephenson competed in the mid-Atlantic challenged sports championships in Charleston, WV on May 8th at the UC field. Deanna placed 1st in the shot put division at 1.5. She placed 1st in...

Clay native James ‘Ryan’ Hubbard was recognized as a graduate of the Glenville State College Hidden Promise program at a ceremony held at the end of April. He was among eight others who also...

By: Holly Nine During the Board of Education meeting on Tuesday, May 19, 2015, Superintendent Kenneth Tanner and other members of the board presented this years retirees with a plaque of recognition. First to be...

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...