January 18, 2021
By Lorrie Ross
By Jared Putnam
Regular readers of the Clay County Progress will probably recognize the name Gary Chamberlain from letters in our “Your Views” section or maybe from a photo in which he is accepting a check from a
Hayesville Town Councilmen Joe Slaton, Will Penland and Austin Hedden were told the town’s audit was good during a report by auditor Kaseson Hooper of Turner and Company.
Clay County residents scheduled to appear in court received a temporary reprieve on Monday.
In an unprecedented school year, teachers and staff at Clay County Schools have a variety of new tools at their disposal as they try to keep up with challenges in and out of the classroom.
When Fred Sickel heard about the North Carolina Senior Games going virtual due to COVID-19 regulations, he figured he might as well give it a shot.
While the holidays are often associated with joy, this time of year can bring depression and sadness to some people.
Saturday’s annual Sheriff’s Christmas Dinner offered the traditional meal of turkey with all the trimmings, but this year it was served in an untraditional manner.