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Saturday, Oct. 25, 2014

Stories from Sunday, July 29, 2007

National Guard tosses out first pitch of tourney (07/29/07)
The National Guard Bravo Company, 38th Main Support Battalion unit stationed at the Brazil Armory was honored for its support of the Clay Youth League on Saturday when First Sgt. Neil Stough threw out the first pitch of the 36th-annual Pop Can Tournament...
CCSC gears up for school (07/29/07)
It's almost that time of year again. Stores are full of stacks of notebooks and bins of pens, pencils, glue sticks and more. That's the signal for parents everywhere to tightly grip their wallets, and prepare to shell out big bucks to send the children off to school in style...
4-H youth take part in auction (07/29/07)
Despite rainy weather, there was a lively crowd of bidders at the 2007 Clay County 4-H Livestock Auction Friday night. "I was too excited to pay attention to what was going on," John Hyatt, 10, of the Clay City Clever Clovers, said of his 288-pound pig being the first animal to crack the $1,000 ceiling in the cross-bred swine bidding...
Clay County Justice Center (07/29/07)
The following jail bookings occurred at the Clay County Justice Center during July 26-29: Blume, Mary Jo, 45: Petition to revoke probation Bragg, Sean Michael, 35: 1. WARRANT: Petition to revoke probation 2. Petition to revoke probation Carter, Joshua Lee, 22: WARRANT: (4 charges) Failure to appear...
No sleep equals tons of fun (07/29/07)
So, Clay County made it though another fair. The 2007 4-H_Fair officially ended Saturday with the demolition derby. I think it was quite a success. The entire county has something to be quite proud of. It was full of competition, kids taking on each other in all different phases...