Over 700 Clay Board of Education employees will be receiving a one percent raise and a former elementary school will be officially shutting its doors for the last night as voted on by board members Monday night.
This week we’ll be previewing the District Court Judge race and here are the three questions we asked our candidates.
An argument started when Charles Hill, 44 of Oneida, was returning some property to his girlfriend at a residence on JJ Boulevard, Saturday afternoon.
Clay County Superintendent Amon Couch made it official Tuesday morning that the last day of school will be June 4th for students. Graduation will be June 7th, and the last day for teachers and employee’s, will be June 13th.
For the second consecutive week, an inmate has walked off from work release and is still at large.
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