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Over 400 students left in-person learning in two weeks and over 100 students, staff went into quarantine due to COVID-19.  Those high numbers led to the decision to revert to 100% virtual learning this week in the Clay school system.

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Early voting began last week, and clerk Beverly Craft says the turnout so far has been great!

Laurel Sheriff's Deputy Tommy Houston along with Deputy Justin Taylor, K-9 Deputy Jake Miller,and other deputies arrested William Robert Overbey age 56 of Glenn View Rd., London on Wednesday morning October 21, 2020 at approximately 6:33 AM. The arrest occurred off KY 490 in a business parki…

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As a precautionary measure due to the COVID-19 outbreak in the county, the courthouse will be closed for Thursday and Friday to the public.

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14 positive cases were reported today for COVID-19 as the outbreak continues in Clay County, according to the Cumberland Valley District Health Department.

Laurel Sheriff's Deputy Keith Dinsmore along with Bailiff Jerry Poynter arrested Shaunda Moore age 42 of Beech Creek Rd., Manchester, KY on Tuesday afternoon October 20, 2020 at approximately 12:37 PM. The arrest occurred in the parking lot behind the Laurel County judicial Center after depu…

Laurel Sheriff's Detective Bryon Lawson along with Major Chuck Johnson, Lieut. Chris Edwards, and Detective Robert Reed arrested two individuals off Tomcat trail, approximately 6 miles east of London on Wednesday afternoon October 14, 2020 at approximately 2:53 P.M.. The arrests were the res…

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The awards keep coming for the Clay County Historical Society!

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Clay County is one of the top in the state with COVID-19 cases per capita, according to the Kentucky Department of Public Health Dashboard.