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School threat thwarted  Clay County Progress

A threat texted to a Hayesville student last week was stopped from possibly being carried out thanks to cooperative efforts from several local law enforcement ...

New teachers are welcomed  Clay County Progress

Clay County Schools has 17 staff members filling new roles for fall 2019. We introduced eight of them in last week's Clay County Progress.

Aviation class soaring  Clay County Progress

Very few people have the opportunity to build an aircraft from scratch. Most people would have no idea where to begin.

Clay County teen dies in accidental drowning in Lake Chatuge  WLOS

A Clay County teen has died in accidental drowning in Lake Chatuge. The Clay County Sheriff's Department shares that the community "has lost a friend to all ...

Hayesville athlete Steven Plummer drowns in Lake Chatuge  Asheville Citizen-Times

Hayesville senior athlete Steven Plummer, 17, drowned at Chatuge Lake on May 20, a week before he was scheduled to graduate, according to Clay County ...

Back to school  Clay County Progress

About 1500 students will enter the various doors of Clay County Schools for the first day of school, Monday, Aug. 19.

North Carolina students win GAMA competition  AOPA Pilot

May 16, 2019 By Jill W. Tallman. A team of high school students from Hayesville, North Carolina, are the winners of the 2019 GAMA Aviation Design Challenge, ...

‘Great athlete’ and ‘model student’ dies trying to swim to boat from shore, NC cops say  The State

Steven Plummer, a Clay County, North Carolina high school senior, died in a drowning accident trying to swim to a boat. He was a model student and great ...

Ninety-four graduate Friday  Clay County Progress

The tassels will be turned by 94 graduates during Hayesville High School's 2018 commencement ceremony.

Teachers of the year for state, western region to give presentations  Western Carolina University News

Teachers and administrators get together at the offices of Clay County Schools to celebrate the naming of Caesar Campana (center), a WCU alumnus and ...

GAMA Announces 2019 Aviation Design Challenge Winning Teams

GAMA announced that Hayesville High School in Hayesville, NC, is the winner of the 2019 GAMA Aviation Design Challenge and Erie 1 BOCES Harkness ...

Celebrating class of 2017  Clay County Progress

Hayesville High School's class of 2017 show sheer joy as they enjoy a confetti celebration and traditional tossing of the caps after Friday's commencement ...

Clarke named staff writer at Clay County Progress  Clay County Progress

There's a new reporter at the Clay County Progress, but her face will already be familiar to many people in the community. Samantha Clarke, formerly Samantha ...

Chandler wows as Lady Jackets take down Tri-County  Clay County Progress

The varsity Lady Yellow Jacket soccer team headed into spring break on a high note.

Student Entrepreneurs Make Their Pitch in Smart Tank  WLOS

CHEROKEE, N. C. --Inspiring entrepreneurial spirit in our students in the mountains. It was on display Wednesday as Cherokee Central Schools hosted a ...

Kayla Sprinkles: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

Kayla Sprinkles, a 26-year-old former high school social studies teacher and softball coach from North Carolina, is accused in the sexual assault of a student.

Students compete in health occupations conference  Clay County Progress

On March 30 through April 1, the Hayesville High School Health Occupation Students of America club, HOSA, traveled to Greensboro, N.C. to compete in the ...

State, regional teachers of the year speak to concerns, rewards of profession  Western Carolina University News

Before you begin teaching in your class ― learn. Learn the stories of each individual in that classroom, get to know the challenges and talents of your pupils, and ...

Leading the Yellow Jackets  Clay County Progress

Tammy Renee Jones Dills is one of the more well known coaches in Hayesville's athletic department.

Class of 2017 small, but smart  Clay County Progress

The 2017 graduating class of Hayesville High School may be a small class with only 71 people, but those graduates have big plans.

What's Happening  Clay County Progress

Hayesville Town Council meets 5:30 p.m. the second Monday of the month at town hall. Call 389-1862.

Rhinehardt signs with YHC  Clay County Progress

After four years of playing baseball for Hayesville High School, senior Kyle Rhinehardt took a step into his future on Tuesday, May 2 when he signed to play for ...

Students see what can result from distracted driving  Clay County Progress

There are no words to explain holding back a junior female volleyball player who is screaming, trying to get to her dad.

SCOUTING AROUND: Guitarist wins Judith Beyer music scholarship  The Cherokee Scout

Murphy – When he was 10 years old, Truman Forbess begged his parents, Stephanie and David, for guitar lessons. On Friday night, the Hayesville High School ...

Jackets still alive in pursuit of title  Clay County Progress

Hayesville High School's varsity baseball team was back in action last week as they faced two Smoky Mountain Conference opponents. The Yellow Jackets ...

Chatuge Anglers leading points race  Clay County Progress

The Chatuge Anglers high school bass fishing team traveled to Lake Seminole in Bainbridge, Ga. for the fifth high school bass fishing tournament of the 2017-18 ...

Runners take fourth at state  Clay County Progress

Hayesville High School men's cross country team arrived at the state championship event as the highest ranked public school in the state and sixth overall.

Hayesville's Patton signs  Asheville Citizen-Times

Hayesville senior Stephanie Patton has signed to play college basketball for Liberty.

Camp sees increase in attendance  Clay County Progress

Hayesville High School held its second annual youth football camp last week on at Frank R. Long stadium. This year 26 youngsters took advantage of the camp ...

Classmates from 1947 attend October reunion  Clay County Progress

The Hayesville High School multi-class reunion was held Oct. 7 at Truett Baptist Church in Hayesville. Ray Anderson and I were the only classmates from the ...

Why teachers in WNC continue to teach | OPINION  Asheville Citizen-Times

Teachers all over America continue to teach because they inherently believe that all children are deserving of a quality, equitable, well-rounded education ...

NC superintendent's event cost nearly $47K; see the invitation list

The state superintendent's dinner and event cost nearly $47000 - paid for by The Wallace Foundation - and drew about 700 people.

Activity bus crosses highway, but tragedy averted | Top Stories  The Sylva Herald

Aside from a couple of possible concussions, members of the Robbinsville High School volleyball team escaped serious injury – or worse – when their bus ...

WH "Andy" Anderson | Obituaries  The Mountaineer

WAYNESVILLE — On Friday, March 23, 2018, our community lost a man of great honor, Winton Holmes "Andy" Anderson. Andy passed away peacefully at The ...

Students are honored with good citizen awards  Clay County Progress

Five area high school students were honored as the Archibald D. Murphey Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizen of their respective ...

Community set to honor Ruth Penland as she turns 100  Black Mountain News

Longtime Swannanoa resident Ruth Penland turns 100.

WCU basketball adds four players to roster  Asheville Citizen-Times

Less than three months since he was named Western Carolina's new head basketball coach, Mark Prosser has added four new players to his program.

Mission accomplished  Clay County Progress

On Aug. 16, Hayesville High School's varsity volleyball squad got their season at Pisgah with a win over the Lady Bears.

A Childhood Ambition Come True > US DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE > Article  Department of Defense

Being an Army veterinarian is more than just providing services to pets during such training events for soldiers from the Army Reserve's 169th Medical ...

James H. Evans | Obituaries  Mountain Mail Newspaper

James H. Evans Sr., 83, of Howard, died Feb. 8, 2017, at his home.He was born Sept. 22, 1933, in Rainbow Springs, N.C. to Roy and Hazel Evans. He attended.

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