When Clay County’s Rural Development Authority Board was incorporated in November 1965, it is doubtful the Clay County Board of Commissioners who wrote the resolution could imagine the impact it wo
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Runners from the western North Carolina area descended on Cherokee Saturday, Sept. 14 for an invitational cross country meet. Included in the group were athletes from Hayesville Middle School.
Hayesville’s JV volleyball squad faced off with two familiar foes last week. The Lady Yellow Jackets played host to the Maroon Devils of Swain County Tuesday, Sept. 10.
Varsity volleyball season is in full swing and the Lady Yellow Jackets have been busy. Hayesville defended their home court Tuesday, Sept. 10 with a 3-0 win over Swain County. On Thursday, Sept.
Hayesville High School’s cross country coach Zach Moss has his teams firing on all cylinders. On Saturday, Sept. 14 the men’s and women’s teams travelled to Cherokee for an invitational meet.