Clay County Schools Go Virtual As Positive Cases Increase

Clay County Schools have gone entirely virtual effective yesterday until after Christmas break due to a recent Covid-19 outbreak among students. Students will return to school after the break, beginning Jan. 4. “Somewhere around Monday or Tuesday we had 6-8 positive and maybe 38 quarantined and… this week it has just jumped,” Clay County Director…

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Bulldogs Split Games At Home

The Clay County Bulldog basketball teams each played a pair of home games this week, resulting in two wins for the Bulldogs and two losses for the Lady Bulldogs. On Tuesday, Clay County hosted the Macon County Tigers. The girls started the evening off, falling 70-54 to a very good AA Macon County team. The…

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CRH Will Remain Closed

The Cumberland River Hospital remains closed, forcing local EMS to deliver all patients to hospitals outside the county. According to hospital owner Johnny Presley however, EMS was not delivering patients to his hospital even when they were open, claiming that local EMS’s failure to deliver local patients was a main cause for the closure in…

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CCADC Participates In Thankful Tuesday

The Clay County Anti-Drug Coalition (CCADC) met last Tuesday via Zoom to discuss their monthly business. CCADC President Jessica Tucker opened the meeting, each member introduced themselves and the minutes from the previous meeting, held on Oct. 20 were approved. First on the agenda was a recap of the events that took place on Red…

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BOE Discusses Updates

The Clay County Board of Education met on Nov. 5 to discuss their monthly business. Chairman Benji Bailey opened the meeting with a prayer and the pledge of allegiance was recited. First on the agenda was the approval of the minutes from their previous meeting that took place on Oct. 15. All were for. Next,…

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