Monthly Archives: September 2013

Salt and Sonshine – September 25th, 2013

No one on earth knows the day nor the hour of the return of Jesus Christ.  One thing is sure, He’s coming.  We may not know the day nor the hour but He said we would be able to see the signs.  Every generation...

Gospel Sing Set for September 28

There will be a benefit gospel sing on Saturday, September 28, 2013 at 6 pm at Grannie’s Creek Community Church on Grannies Creek Road, Newton, WV. Featured singers are Randy White Quartet, David and Shelia Bowen and The Shining Lights. All donations will be for...

Running Into His Arms

By Joseph J. Mazzella This life is so full of beautiful moments. All you have to do is open your eyes and your heart to see them. I saw one just the other day. The local elementary school had just let out and I found...

Echo from the Hills – September 25th, 2013

The little wild asters are making their appearance now, leaning over the creek as if watching the yellow leaves floating by. These are the blue-petaled flowers with yellow centers, probably the New England aster. They grow in clumps this time of year in wet...

Recognizing Panther Pride at Clay County High School

Academic excellence is the goal for Clay County High School Panthers. This school year, teachers will be recognizing the efforts toward excellence by selecting a Panther Pride student for each academic area each month. The following elements are reviewed as positive characteristics for Panther...

Miles Slack pleads guilty

By Amber Bass Tuesday, September 17th 2013, a somber Slack stood before the Federal Court System and pled guilty to illegal wire tapping. The keystroke logger installed repeatedly on a computer belonging to the Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia, recorded not only the...

Clay County natives win big at Hillbilly Days

Becky Jo Sizemore Hancock, daughter and Jack and Connie Sizemore and Clay High graduate, was crowned Mrs. WV Hillbilly Days.  Becky’s oldest daughter, 17 year old Brittani Nicole Hancock won the Miss WV Hillbilly Days title and Becky’s youngest daughter, 15 year old “Ali”...

County Commission Awarded Grant

The Clay County Commission recently applied for funds to purchase new garbage receptacles for the Town of Clay. The funds were available through the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection. Each county could submit grants on a competitive basis, based on their needs. The...

CCHS Spotlighted by the National Dropout Prevention Center for Increasing Attendance and Graduation Rates

Clay County High School (CCHS) has been involved in an intense process of decreasing the drop-out rate of high school students. CCHS has been involved in a pilot program through the National Dropout Prevention Center (NDPC) and the West Virginia Department of Education (WVDE)...

Search for new Sheriff of Clay County narrows to three

By Erica Kearns The search for a new Sheriff of Clay County has been narrowed down from sixteen applicants to just three possibilities. After a day of reviewing interested persons, the Clay County Commission announced that the top three candidates for the job are Jim...
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