Strong Receives ‘First Team Of The Week’ Award

January 19, 2021

Clay County High School Junior Grant Strong was awarded the First Bank ‘First Team of the Week’ Award on Jan. 6. The award was presented by StoneCom Communications and UC Sports Network. Strong was also in the Tennessean’s High School Boys ‘Athlete of the Week’ poll for the week of Jan. 4-9. During this week,…

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Aldermen Delay Renewing Solid Waste Contract

January 19, 2021

The Town of Celina Board of Mayor and Alderman met in regular session last Tuesday and delayed the renewal of contract for the use of a landfill. Mayor Tonya Spears informed the alderman that the city’s lone truck is currently out of commission, which raised the question—would outsourcing through a waste management company be a…

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Bulldogs Bring Home Big Wins On The Road

January 19, 2021

The Bulldog basketball teams of Clay County High School took the court to face Red Boiling Springs High School (RBS) on Tuesday, Jan. 12. The Clay County Lady Bulldogs won against the Lady Bulldogs 56-44. Leading in score for the Bulldogs was Katie Arms with 20 points. Scoring for the girls against Red Boiling Springs…

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Grant Provides Free Masks For Students

January 12, 2021

Clay County received a COVID-19 grant, which allowed masks to be purchased with the school logos prominently displayed on the masks. Clay County Mayor Dale Reagan, with the assistance of the Senior Services director and the Clay County Chamber of Commerce director, was able to work with the local principals in securing the logos for…

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Obituaries 1/19/21

January 19, 2021

Estus Scott Estus Scott, 93, of Celina, passed away Jan. 8 at Livingston Regional Hospital. Graveside services were held Jan. 11 at the Hamilton addition of the Fitzgerald Cemetery with Kenny Westmoreland officiating. Family and friends served as pallbearers. He was born Oct. 9, 1927 in Celina. He worked as a laborer in the dairy…

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Obituaries 1/12/2021

January 12, 2021

Winnie Alyne Watson Winnie Alyne Watson, 94, of Burkesville, Ky., passed away Jan. 4 at the Celina Health and Rehabilitation Center. Graveside services were held Jan. 5 at the Scott Cemetery. Craig Ogletree officiated. Family and friends served as pallbearers. She was born Oct. 15, 1926 in Clay County. She spent most of her adult…

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Obituaries 1/5/21

January 5, 2021

Willie George Mclerran Willie George Mclerran, 100, of Celina, passed away Dec. 28 at his home. Funeral services were held Jan. 1 from the New Hope Church of Christ with Bro. Jason Dodson officiating. Pallbearers were Todd Mclerran, Cade Milby, Gavin Milby, Tyler smith, Mason Smith and Dawson McDowell. He was born Jan. 1, 1920.…

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Strong Receives ‘First Team Of The Week’ Award

January 19, 2021

Clay County High School Junior Grant Strong was awarded the First Bank ‘First Team of the Week’ Award on Jan. 6. The award was presented by StoneCom Communications and UC Sports Network. Strong was also in the Tennessean’s High School Boys ‘Athlete of the Week’ poll for the week of Jan. 4-9. During this week,…

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Aldermen Delay Renewing Solid Waste Contract

January 19, 2021

The Town of Celina Board of Mayor and Alderman met in regular session last Tuesday and delayed the renewal of contract for the use of a landfill. Mayor Tonya Spears informed the alderman that the city’s lone truck is currently out of commission, which raised the question—would outsourcing through a waste management company be a…

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Bulldogs Bring Home Big Wins On The Road

January 19, 2021

The Bulldog basketball teams of Clay County High School took the court to face Red Boiling Springs High School (RBS) on Tuesday, Jan. 12. The Clay County Lady Bulldogs won against the Lady Bulldogs 56-44. Leading in score for the Bulldogs was Katie Arms with 20 points. Scoring for the girls against Red Boiling Springs…

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Grant Provides Free Masks For Students

January 12, 2021

Clay County received a COVID-19 grant, which allowed masks to be purchased with the school logos prominently displayed on the masks. Clay County Mayor Dale Reagan, with the assistance of the Senior Services director and the Clay County Chamber of Commerce director, was able to work with the local principals in securing the logos for…

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Additional Funds Allocated For Volunteer Fire Depts.

January 12, 2021

Clay County Commissioners met in regular session last Monday and discussed funding of the local Volunteer Fire Departments. At last Monday’s meeting County Mayor Dale Reagan informed of the hardships the local departments have experienced over the last year because of lack of funding due to COVID-19. “In the past year, due to COVID-19 restrictions,…

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Macon Bank & Trust Christmas Cash Winners

January 12, 2021

During the month of December, Macon Bank had their annual Christmas Cash Giveaway. See the local winners in this week’s edition of the Citizen-Statesman.

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