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COMMUNITY CELEBRATION - Volunteers, community leaders, and state officials gather for the ribbon-cutting ceremony at the newly constructed playground in Hermitage Springs Park, Clay County. The project, a collaboration between Tennessee Serves, KABOOM!, the Tractor Supply Foundation, the Tennessee Titans, Cleary Construction, and Clay County government, brought together people from across Tennessee to create an inclusive play space. First Lady Maria Lee and Governor Bill Lee joined the festivities, celebrating the impact of the new playground on the local community.
Community Effort Unveils State-of-the-Art Playground in Clay County
Clay County welcomed a new playground this weekend as First Lady Maria Lee and Governor Bill Lee joined community leaders and volunteers in building a state-of-the-art play space at Hermitage Springs …
Two Representatives of Clay County Tapped to Participate in ARC Training
County Mayor Dale Reagan and Beverly Murphy with the Chamber of Commerce have been selected to participate in READY Local Governments.   READY Local Governments participants will …
5/12 is Jimmy Philpot Day 
On Monday May 6, 2024, at the monthly Clay County Commissioners meeting, the commissioners unanimously passed a resolution declaring every May 12, will be memorialized as Jimmy Philpot Day in Clay …
Obituaries

Obituaries - 4/23/24

Thelma Edith Andrews April 25, 1941 — April 15, 2024 Nashville Thelma Edith Hamilton Andrews was born April 25, 1941, in Clay County and she passed away on Monday, April 15, 2024 …

Obituaries - 4/9/24

Betty Jean Thompson  Clay County resident and native Betty Jean Thompson Webb, age 91, of the Pea Ridge Community was born on October 22, 1932 and passed from this life on March 27, 2024. …

Obituaries 2/27/24

Timmie Lane Scott Timmie Lane Scott, a life-long resident of Clay County, TN, died peacefully at his home on Happy Ridge Thursday, February 15th, 2024, surrounded by family after a 9 year-long …

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