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Developing News

Firefighter under investigation for theft of capital funds from Henrietta VFD

A 35-year veteran of the Henrietta Volunteer Fire Department is under investigation by the Texas Rangers for theft of funds from the organization’s coffers. Larry … [Read More...]

Citywide Easter Egg Hunt

Egg Winners Feature

Kids swarm courthouse lawn in search of Easter eggs

The Henrietta and Clay County Chamber of Commerce and Henrietta High School PALS put on the annual citywide Easter egg hunt on the courthouse lawn Saturday. Registering for the hunt were 147 kids, participating in four age groups. This is the fourth year for the event … [Read More...]

Turkey Fest 2014

BOB Winner

Watford wins Battle of the Beards prize; ‘Huntin’ the World’ takes world championship title

Duane Watford of Henrietta brought in the largest Rio Grande gobbler entered in the 2014 Turkey Fest hunting competitions, earning the overall Battle of the Beards title and prizes valued at $1,200. Competing in the Battle of the Beards were 37 adults and nine youth. … [Read More...]

Clay County

Like many in Clay County, the once lush lawn of the courthouse has suffered tremendously due to drought. On Monday, commissioners approved a plan to drill a water well on the courthouse lawn.

Courthouse water well plan approved; Davis to remain deputy constable

Three years into a drought, Homeowners throughout Henrietta have punched holes in the ground in search of water for grass, trees and gardens. Monday, Clay County Commissioners decided to do the same. In a unanimous vote, commissioners accepted a proposal from Prater … [Read More...]

City of Henrietta

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Fire marshall put on unpaid leave; garbage rates increase

Following a closed session in Monday night’s meeting of the Henrietta City Council, aldermen voted to place City Fire Marshall Larry Heaton on unpaid administrative leave pending the outcome of an investigation into theft of funds from the Henrietta Volunteer Fire … [Read More...]

Headlines

Better-Business-Bureau

Pierce Sales named semifinalist for international BBB Torch Award

A longtime Henrietta business has been recognized by Council of Better Business Bureaus. Pierce Sales received news Monday that it has been named a semifinalist for the International Torch Award. Pierce Sales is one of 18 companies in eight states to become … [Read More...]

Clay County EMTs and first responders from Dean-Dale and Jolly VFDs used the Jaws of Life to remove a Wichita Falls woman from wreckage Tuesday morning.

Woman injured in morning rollover

A Wichita Falls woman suffered life-threatening injuries in a single-vehicle accident in Dean Tuesday morning. Yvonne Bryant, 69, of Wichita Falls, was traveling south on Hwy. 79 in a 2005 Chevrolet Trailblazer when her vehicle veered from the road and into a wheat … [Read More...]

Farm & Ranch

Henrietta FFA Wildlife team members are Katelyn Bowles, Connor Duncan, Luke Brock and Zach Bloodworth.

Henrietta FFA wildlife team qualifies for state competition

Henrietta FFA’s Wildlife team travelled to Jaeger Ranch in Eastland, Wednesday, April 16, and qualified for state competition by placing fourth in the Region V, Area IV FFA Career Development Events and first in the Wichita District. Team members are Connor Duncan, … [Read More...]

A Bob White quail photographed by Jay Stine on the Stine Ranch at Benvanue and featured on the cover of the 2014 Clay County Outdoors magazine. The decline in quail populations will be the topic of discussion at an event set for May 7.

Quail populations, habitat the topic of May 7 gathering

Missy HodginAgriLife Extension AgentThe Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service in Clay County along with UNT Quail will conduct a Quail Appreciation Day from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on May 7 at Jeff Fitts’ barn in Henrietta. The purpose of the program is to bring … [Read More...]

During the Hello Neighbor tour of Clay County Precinct 1, Andy Harding of Byers put on display his collection of orchids. Participants also visited River Bluff Lodge and inspected rain water collection systems at the home of Chris and Dee Ann Littlefield.

Hello Neighbor tour visits northeast Clay County

Missy HodginAgriLife Extension AgentRecently 50 residents and history buffs of Clay County toured Precinct 1 for the annual Hello Neighbor Tour hosted by Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service of Clay County and the Clay County Leadership Advisory Board. On the … [Read More...]

Henrietta agriscience students qualifying for state FFA judging competitions are (front) Mikayla Graham, Josey Cleveland, Klayton Hoff, Alexina Wages, Colton Terry,Lindsey Crafton, Adeline McDonnell, Macey Baber, Kolton Beeler, (back) Cassie Pickett, Justin Koetter, Braiden Hinkle, Brennan Nelson, Connor Chambers, Skee Burkes and Austin Trent.

Henrietta FFA judging teams qualify for state contests

Representing the Henrietta FFA chapter, 39 agriscience students traveled to Tarleton State University in Stephenville on Wednesday, April. 9 to compete in the Area IV FFA Career Development Events competition. Henrietta’s dairy cattle, livestock and horse evaluation … [Read More...]

Education

Heuring Feature

Heauring earns Texas Dept. of Agriculture GROW award

Hanna Heuring, a senior from Petrolia High School, has been named the winner of the Texas Department of Agriculture’s GROW award for the month of April. The award … [Read More...]

Macie Frederick, Baylee Pierce, McKayla Weaver, Garret Jackson, Seth Sanderson and Wilson Moore have been selected as recognized students at Henrietta Junior High.

HJH recognizes students for six weeks performance

Macie Frederick, Baylee Pierce, McKayla Weaver, Garret Jackson, Seth Sanderson and Wilson Moore have been selected as Henrietta Junior High’s Recognized Students for the fifth six weeks grading period. Each six weeks, Henrietta Junior High selects one boy and one … [Read More...]

Logan Harper, Jorden Mass and Cassidy Mass

Midway students garner One Act Play awards

Students at Midway High School performed “And Jack Fell Down” in district One Act Play competition Wednesday, March 26, garnering four awards. Logan Harper and Jorden Mass were named to the all-star cast, while Cassidy Mass earned honorable mention. Stage Manager … [Read More...]

Five to represent Midway at regional UIL academics contests

Midway High School will be represented by five students at the regional UIL Academics competition in Abilene May 3. The social studies team of Austin Van Pelt, Jorden Mass, Cole Thorn and Aaron Uselton took first place in district competition, held March 19 in … [Read More...]

Midway Schools announce fifth six weeks honor rolls

Midway ISD has released "A" and "A-B" honor rolls for the fifth six weeks of the 2013-14 school year. “A” Honor Roll First grade — Randal Capps, Tyler Grottie, Rylie Lamar, Dominic Laude, Allison Marshall Second grade — Gracie Barker, Taegan Cook, Cason … [Read More...]

Henrietta High announces honor roll, master achievement

Henrietta High School released honor rolls for the fifth six weeks grading period Friday. Master achievement students are denoted with an asterisk. Macey Baber, Austin Barr, Mason Barry, Christopher Bashago*, MaKayla Beasley, Kolton Beeler*, Kandon Bennett, Michelle … [Read More...]

Athletics

Hollie Thomas, Joyana Zamzow, Kenzie Kirk and Kamryn Weaver set a Henrietta High School record in the 1,600-meter relay during Friday's area meet at Clyde.

Lady Cats set relay record, qualify for regional meet

A record that stood for 29 years was broken Friday when Henrietta’s 1,600-meter relay team crossed the finish line at the 7-2A/8-2A area meet in Clyde. Crossing the finish line in 4 minutes, 11.51 seconds, Hollie Thomas, Kenzie Kirk, Joyana Zamzow and Kamryn Weaver … [Read More...]

Lady Cat Joyana Zamzow competes in the triple jump at the District 8-2A track meet.

Zamzow sets HHS triple jump record at District 8-2A meet

Joyana Zamzow, Kenzie Kirk, Kamryn Weaver and the Lady Cat 800-meter relay team led Henrietta to a third place team finish in the District 8-2A track and field meet in Jacksboro on Thursday, April 10. All earned gold and silver medals in their respective … [Read More...]

HHS-Track

Weaver earns gold in 100 hurdles, 400 dash at Electra meet

Kamryn Weaver added a pair of gold medals to her collection at Electra Thursday, placing first in the 100-meter hurdles and 400 dash and leading the Lady Cats to second place in the team standings with 99.5 points. Weaver ran the 100 hurdles in 16.5 seconds, followed … [Read More...]

PHS-BASEBALL

Hanusch homers in first and fourth as Petrolia falls to Chico

Dustin Hanusch hit two home runs, but it wasn't enough to carry Petrolia to a win on Friday, as the Pirates Varsity fell to Chico 10-9 at Petrolia in seven innings. Tyler Melton got the win for Chico despite allowing nine runs over seven innings. He struck out six, … [Read More...]

97th District Court

March indictments unsealed

Three indictments issued by a Clay County grand jury Monday, March 17 have been unsealed, and include two felony drug charges stemming from a Dec. 2 offense. Robert … [Read More...]

Edwards Public Library

New books, CD’s, DVD’s available

Edward’s Public Library, a service to all residents of Clay County, has added a number of new titles to its collections. The library is located at 210 W. … [Read More...]

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