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Two Clay County highway projects are nearing their construction dates as the N.C. Department of Transportation is in the throes of acquiring rights of way.

From the moment im- ages of the animal being processed were first posted to social media, the death of the wild hog named “Miss Piggy” went viral around the county sparking a tumultu- ous storm of

The public is invited to the Clay County Economic Development Conference Friday, Feb. 8 at Hinton Center. The conference is free, but seating is limited.

Sports for Subscribers

Varsity Lady Yellow Jacket head coach Chad McClure takes a moment to share his thoughts on his team's game against Cherokee. Hayesville lost the game 74-56. 


To say tensions were high when Cherokee faced Hayes- ville in The Hive Friday, Jan. 18 would be an understate- ment.

The top two varsity girls teams in the Smoky Moun- tain Conference clashed Fri- day, Jan. 18 in Hayesville.


Dr. Stephen T. Masty D.D.S., 92, passed away Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2019 in a Clay County care facility.

A memorial mass will be announced at a later date.

Sue Parker Johnson, 74, of Hayesville, passed away Sunday, Jan. 13, 2019 at Chatuge Regional Hospital.

Mr. Lawrence Neil Stroud, of Hayesville, passed away on Jan. 6, 2019 at the Clay County Care Center following an extended illness.

Clay County Progress

Mailing Address: PO Box 483, Hayesville, NC 28904
Physical Address: 43 Main Street, Hayesville, NC 28904
Phone: 828-389-8431
Fax: 828-389-9997