Major drug traffickers sentenced


A U.S. District judge sentenced two Clay County men to a combined 32 years in prison because of their involvement in trafficking “significant quantities” of methamphetamine, among other crimes.

Coronavirus spreads to Cherokee County


Five people in Cherokee County have tested positive for COVID-19 as of Monday and much of the community is on edge after the first case attended a contra dance and infected at least one person at J

Food Pantry Update


The Clay County Food Pantry is beginning to experience a food shortage, while more people are being served each week.  More than 300 clients utilized the drive through food distribution the pantry