Celina Girl Travels To NYC

Samara Elizabeth Williams, a four-year-old from Celina, will get the opportunity of a lifetime. She will be headed to New York City in July to compete in one of the world’s biggest talent and modeling shows. Samara’s journey to New York City started a little closer to home. She was photographed by Teresa Anderson of…

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Lady Bulldogs Defeat Lady Blue Devils

After suffering a loss during their last meeting, the CCHS girls softball team bounced back picking up a win over Jackson County. The girls got off to a quick start to the game. In the first inning, Brittany Boone hit a double and then was brought in a short time later by Jada Kerr. Summer…

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Clay County Residents Featured In Documentary

Several Clay County residents were filmed and will be featured in a documentary called “Income Outcome”. A film preview was shown in Celina on April 7. The film preview had what seemed to be a sad and somber tone and focused on challenges that some Clay County people face. The original idea for the documentary…

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Local Family Pays It Forward

With support from the community, a local family has given back to a group that helped them in their time of need. Kimberly Dean Key was born eight weeks early and weighed only 4 pounds and 5 ounces when she was born on March 25, 2017. The Ronald McDonald House helped Kimberly’s parents, Wendy and…

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Obits 4/17/18

Lavelle Rich Dyer Teacher Lavelle Rich Dyer, 88 of Radcliff, Ky. passed away on April 11 at her home. Funeral Services were held on April 16 at Nelson-Edelen-Bennett Funeral Home in Radcliff with John Board officiating. Interment followed in the North Hardin Memorial Gardens in Radcliff. She was born on June 14, 1929 in Moss.…

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Obits 4/10/18

Betty Faye McLerran Betty Faye McLerran, 73 of Celina, passed away on April 1 at Livingston Regional Hosptial. Funeral services were held on April 3 from the chapel of Hall Funeral Home of Celina with Bro. David Threet officiating. Interment followed at the Ray Williams Cemetery located in the Pea Ridge Community. She was born…

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Obits 4/3/18

Glen Dillard McLerran Glen Dillard McLerran, 74 of Moss, passed away on March 25 at the Overton County Health and Rehab. Graveside services were held on March 27 at the Moss Cemetery. Pallbearers included: Dale McLerran, Mark Biles, Thomas Copass, Dewayne McLerran, Wallace Walker, Darrell Wilson, Bryan Hale and Larry Clements. He was born on…

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Celina Girl Travels To NYC

Samara Elizabeth Williams, a four-year-old from Celina, will get the opportunity of a lifetime. She will be headed to New York City in July to compete in one of the world’s biggest talent and modeling shows. Samara’s journey to New York City started a little closer to home. She was photographed by Teresa Anderson of…

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Lady Bulldogs Defeat Lady Blue Devils

After suffering a loss during their last meeting, the CCHS girls softball team bounced back picking up a win over Jackson County. The girls got off to a quick start to the game. In the first inning, Brittany Boone hit a double and then was brought in a short time later by Jada Kerr. Summer…

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Clay County Residents Featured In Documentary

Several Clay County residents were filmed and will be featured in a documentary called “Income Outcome”. A film preview was shown in Celina on April 7. The film preview had what seemed to be a sad and somber tone and focused on challenges that some Clay County people face. The original idea for the documentary…

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Local Family Pays It Forward

With support from the community, a local family has given back to a group that helped them in their time of need. Kimberly Dean Key was born eight weeks early and weighed only 4 pounds and 5 ounces when she was born on March 25, 2017. The Ronald McDonald House helped Kimberly’s parents, Wendy and…

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Graffiti Being Investigated By Police

A graffiti incident is being investigated by the Clay County Sheriff’s Department. A bridge on Homer Bray Road was vandalized recently. Vandalizing government property is a serious offense and violators can face felony charges, according to Tennessee laws. Chief Deputy Rick Lisi said, “It is being investigated at this time.” Anyone with information about the…

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Father And Son To Open Business

A father and son have done major work to the old Family Dollar building and plan to open a Car Quest Auto Parts at the location. Major work has been done by Chris and Derek Hix at the future home of the auto parts store. Chris spoke about their inspiration to start the business. For…

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