Almost 80 percent of young people do not drink alcohol, at least not on a regular basis.
It may look like there’s been a pumpkin revolt several days from now. No revolt, but it will be the 11th annual Clay County Punkin Chunkin, a time when pumpkins really fly.
On Thursday, Oct. 3, a Clay County Sheriff’s deputy was dispatched to a residence in the Snoozy Park area of Brasstown to conduct a civil standby.
Fans are likely to hear the cracks of bats and balls whizzing over home-plate in a brand new Hayesville High School sports complex, but it won’t be in time for next year’s baseball season.
In the early morning hours of Tuesday, Oct. 8, fire broke out in this hay barn in Warne. The barn was storing around 200 bales of hay when the fire struck.
Colorful leaves and cooler temps offer the perfect ambiance for sipping a little liquid refreshment, especially if the setting is the historic courthouse square in downtown Hayesville.
Clay County is experiencing a moderate drought, according to the North Carolina Drought Management Council, but that’s not enough for officials to implement a burn ban.
Clay County resident Julie Marie Morrison is scheduled to appear in criminal court at the Clay County Courthouse Monday, Oct 7.
Fall weather should provide the perfect setting for the 7th annual 2019 Steins & Wine Around the Square.