Trick Or Treat Celina A Success

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Seniors Recognized At Clay County Senior Night

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GoNoodle Contest Winners Announced

The Clay County office of Coordinated School Health recently sponsored a GoNoodle activity contest for kindergarten through eighth grade classrooms across the county during the month of September. GoNoodle helps teachers get kids moving with short interactive physical activities. Desk-side movement helps kids achieve more by keeping them engaged and motivated throughout the day. For more on…

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Invention Created By Local Woman

Sonya Briggs, who grew up in the Moss area, had a big idea and turned that idea into an invention called GoKnee. She believes this invention will make a difference in many patients’ lives. Briggs has been a physical therapist for 20 years and has seen her share of patients. Over the course of her…

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Obituaries

Obits 10/24/17

Geneva Adams Homemaker Geneva Adams, 91 of Livingston, passed away on Oct. 10 at Vanderbilt Medical Center in Nashville. Funeral Services were held on Oct. 12 at the Upton-Hay Funeral Home with David Threet officiating. Interment followed in the Ray Williams Cemetery. Nathaniel Tinsley, Dustin Spears, Steven Spears, Landon Olson, Jacky Watkins, Shane Ledbetter, Kevin Watkins…

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Obits 10/17/17

Agnes Boles Agnes Boles, 96 of Celina, passed away on Oct. 5 at her residence in Celina. Graveside Services were held on Oct. 8 at Turkeytown Cemetery with Kenny Westmoreland officiating. Timmy Boles, Dwight Key, Danny Rich, AJ Barr, Joe Watson and Norm Clark served as pallbearers. She was born Thursday, Aug. 7, 1921 in…

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Obits 10/3/17

William “Bill” Napier William “Bill” Napier, of Chatsworth, took his place on the coaching staff of Heaven’s team September 26th 2017 at the age of 60. Bill played basketball and football at Celina High School. He signed a scholarship to play football at Tennessee Tech where he met his little bride, Pam Napier. Bill coached…

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Recent News

GoNoodle Contest Winners Announced

The Clay County office of Coordinated School Health recently sponsored a GoNoodle activity contest for kindergarten through eighth grade classrooms across the county during the month of September. GoNoodle helps teachers get kids moving with short interactive physical activities. Desk-side movement helps kids achieve more by keeping them engaged and motivated throughout the day. For more on…

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Invention Created By Local Woman

Sonya Briggs, who grew up in the Moss area, had a big idea and turned that idea into an invention called GoKnee. She believes this invention will make a difference in many patients’ lives. Briggs has been a physical therapist for 20 years and has seen her share of patients. Over the course of her…

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Land Judging Team First In Region

The junior high 4-H Land Judging team won 1st place in their region during a recent competition. The team, consisting of Brie McLerran, Will Dodson, Eli Rich, John Thompson and Stone Lynn was the 1st place team in the Central Region. They traveled to McMinnville to compete and outperformed all the other teams in their…

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Celina’s Chili Cookoff Official Results Are In

The results of the 2017 Chili Cookoff are in and a grandmother and her three granddaughters won the top prize this year. A team called Nannie and the Three Red Hot Chili Peppers won the event. This team included Pandora Reagan and her three granddaughters: Kinsley Reagan, Allie Reagan and Sara Melton. Kinsley, Allie and…

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Trick Or Treat Celina This Friday

The 4th Annual Trick or Treat Celina event will be held this Friday and is poised to the biggest event yet. Sixty participants representing various groups and businesses will be passing out candy to children in the downtown Celina area. 11 newcomers have joined for this year’s event. Co-Organizer Pam Goad stated, “This will be…

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Ag Commissioner Visits Clay County

Tennessee Dept. of Agriculture Commissioner Jai Templeton and staff members visited here recently to discuss various programs his department offers and to get feedback from local officials and residents. Templeton, who has served as agriculture commissioner since May of last year, said his stop here was part of a tour of the state’s 19 counties…

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