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Local companies, workers turn out for first Jobs Fair

JOBS FAIR-These Clay County High School seniors talk to a local employer at the Clay County Jobs Fair Wednesday, November 1 at the Government Complex in Celina. (Photo courtesy Clay County Partnership Chamber of Commerce)[/caption]CELINA-The recent jobs fair held here was well-attended by job-seekers and employers, and will be the first of more to come, […]

November 13th, 2017 | Continued

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Clay County High School 3-peats as a Reward School

Local high school is ranked among state’s top 5% again By THOMAS P. WEAVER HORIZON Editor NASHVILLE-Clay County director of schools Matt Eldridge got some great news late last week, as State Education Commissioner Candice McQueen announced this year’s list of Tennessee’s highest-performing schools. For what can be considered the third year in a row, […]

November 1st, 2017 | Continued

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2017 Clay County High School Football season live-stream recordings

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Power outage scheduled by Tri County Electric

Weather permitting, power will be interrupted to all areas served from the Celina substation beginning at 11:00 p.m. on Saturday, November 18, 2017. That’s according to a news release by Tri-County Electric. Power is expected to be restored to all areas by 1:00 a.m. Sunday, November 19, 2017. The Celina substation covers all of Clay […]

Moss, TN resident wins youth Rolley Hole

STANDING STONE PARK-Twelve year old Bridgett Cherry of Moss, TN teamed with Landyn Thompson of Summer Shade, KY to win the national youth Rolley Hole marbles contest held here recently. Cherry and Thompson bested Celina’s Madison Hayes and teammate Lillian Upchurch of Cookeville, TN to take home first place honors, in just one of the […]

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Horizon Sports Network to carry CCHS basketball

CELINA-After a successful season of Clay County High School football live-stream broadcasts, the Horizon Sports Network (HSN) has announced they will also be carrying both Bulldog and Lady Bulldog basketball on this website—www.dalehollowhorizon.com. A 10-game regular-season slate will begin with a Tuesday, November 21 broadcast of a CCHS home contest versus Van Buren County—which will […]

Clay County hosts rival Livingston to tip off basketball season next Tuesday

CELINA-It’s that time again! Both the Clay County Bulldogs and Lady Bulldogs will tip off their seasons here next Tuesday, night, November 14, at Clay County High School, and they are doing it against one of their arch rivals—Livingston Academy. After taking several seasons off, the rivalry with the Hogeye was renewed last year, but […]

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Jobs clearinghouse developed to pair employers with workers

CELINA-The Upper Cumberland Human Resource Agency (UCHRA) and the Clay County Workforce Development Committee are launching a jobs “clearinghouse” program. The purpose of the clearinghouse will be to gather job openings information from employers across Clay County, and also to gather information from prospective employees looking for work. “We’re going to match employers from both […]

TN Ag commissioner Jai Templeton makes stop here in Clay County

CELINA-Tennessee Dept. of Agriculture Commissioner Jai Templeton and staff members visited here recently to discuss various programs his department offers and to get feedback from local officials and residents. Templeton, who has served as agriculture commissioner since May of last year, said his stop here was part of a tour of the state’s 19 counties […]

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Tennessee Crossroads to feature Dale Hollow Dam’s story

CELINA-The story of Dale Hollow Dam will soon be told on television, thanks to the efforts of Tennessee Crossroads executive producer Ed Jones and videographer Paul Mojonnier—who visited the powerhouse and lake here earlier this month to learn about the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District’s involvement in producing hydroelectric power. The two were […]

Seniors and caregivers invited to upcoming Senior Expo

COOKEVILLE-The Upper Cumberland Area Agency on Aging and Disability (AAAD) invites seniors and caregivers from across the region to attend the 16th Annual Upper Cumberland Senior Expo Thursday, October 19, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. here at Hyder-Burks Agricultural Pavilion. The Senior Expo brings businesses, service providers, seniors and caregivers together in a one-day […]

Smith 5k runs to record total money raised

The fourth annual Doug Smith Memorial 5K, held at Dale Hollow Dam Park, set a new fund raising total of more than $1600.00 with the support of more than 64 participants and various sponsors.
Eli Smith was the overall winner. Click to see all times and a photo gallery.

Senate special election a 2-person race

CLAY COUNTY-Only two candidates, one Republican and one Democrat, have qualified to run in the upcoming special election to fill the vacated 17th District State Senate seat left open by the resignation of Mae Beavers—who did so to make a run at the governorship in 2018. According to local administrator of elections Wanda Daniels, both […]