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The Clay County Board of Education met at the administrative office on Monday, June 16, 2014. Items of discussion included RESA, the 2014-2015 board of education meetings, and service employee applications. Employee resignations, transfers...

“Volunteers like you, are more than the heart of many great projects – you are the heart of our communities” Governor Earl Ray Tomblin...

  Five students from Clay County were awarded their degrees during the 140th Glenville State College Commencement Ceremony on Saturday, May 10th. The GSC Class of 2014 is made up of more than 220 students...

    The June Citizen of the Month is Michael R. Scott of Maysel. Mike, the son of the late Kenneth and Mildred Scott, is a lifelong Clay County resident who has dedicated his life to...
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A massive rock slide closed part of Route 4 on Tuesday. State Road crews worked to remove the giant boulder and ensure the...
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  Hamrick placessecond in WV 5K Run For many of us, after we climb the...
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Kids Summer Bible Club sponsored by Child Evangelism Fellowship, June 23 – 27 (Monday – Friday), 10 am to 1 pm, Old Ivydale School/Lighthouse Baptist. Children ages 5 – 12. Free lunch will be...

Summer weather has settled down upon our hills with resulting heat and humidity, while hound dogs seek out a shady spot and the youngsters head for the nearest swimming pool. The early garden crops...
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 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...