Mark Pullium attending Thursday’s board meeting.

County Manager resigns

Clay County Manager Mark Pullium resigned Thursday, Nov. 7 following a closed session of the board of commissioners. The resignation went into effect immediately. Director of Health and Human Services Debbie Mauney has been named interim county…

Opioids and the brain

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“She just wanted to learn how to skate.” Former DEA agent and United Methodist pastor, Dr. Barry Steiner Ball shared the personal encounter which changed his life’s mission.

Old town hall moves to new location

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A small piece of history traveled down Herbert and Main Streets on Sunday, Nov. 10 when the late 1930s Hayesville Town Hall was taken to a new location below the Old Jail Museum.

Former Jacket now world champ

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The 2019 Scottish Masters Athletics Heavy Events World Championship, often referred to as the Highland Games, was dominated by a former Hayesville High athlete.  Clay County native Randy McClure co

Former Jacket now world champ

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The 2019 Scottish Masters Athletics Heavy Events World Championship, often referred to as the Highland Games, was dominated by a former Hayesville High athlete.  Clay County native Randy McClure co

Bulldogs bounce the Jackets

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For the first time in 12 years, the varsity Yellow Jacket football team played host to a first-round playoff game. Hayesville faced off with the Albemarle High School Bulldogs Friday, Nov. 15.

Season over for Jacket soccer

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A history making soccer season has come to an end for the Hayesville Yellow Jackets. On Saturday, Nov. 9 Hayesville hosted Queen’s Grant in round two of the state playoffs.

Alice J. Matheson

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Alice J. Matheson, 79, of Warne, passed away Thursday, Oct. 31, 2019 in a Clay County care facility. She was a native of Madisonville, Tenn. She had lived and worked in Security, Col.