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Henrietta FFA judging teams qualify for state contests

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.

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...]

Courthouse water well plan approved; Davis to remain deputy constable

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.

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...]

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...]

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 Heaton, who served as treasurer of the HVFD, was placed on inactive duty during a fire department … [Read more...]

Red Flag Warning issued for Wednesday

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The National Weather Service in Norman, Okla., has issued a Red Flag Warning, effective from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday. South winds of 20-30 miles per hour with gusts of 30-40 mph are expected. Temperatures will range from 67-77 degrees with humidity levels expected … [Read more...]

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

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

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...]

Henrietta Elementary students participate in bicycle rodeo

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In an effort to help students learn bicycle safety rules the Henrietta ISD School Health Advisory Council, Henrietta PTO and Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service teamed up to provide an interactive learning experience for the students.  Henrietta’s third, fourth and … [Read more...]

Bellevue ISD names Exemplary Eagles, Shark Award winner

Bellevue Kindergartener Cierra Matz and fifth grader Austin Ford earned Examplary Eagle awards for the fourth six weeks grading period.

  Bellevue Kindergartener Cierra Matz and fifth grader Austin Ford earned Examplary Eagle awards for the fourth six weeks grading period, while staff member Brady Ford was given the Shark Award. The Exemplary Eagle award goes to an elementary student … [Read more...]

4-H Shooting Sports members compete at state archery meet

Braden and Dylan Gregory of Bellevue competed in the 4-H State Indoor Archery Tournament Saturday, May 22.

Braden Gregory and Dylan Gregory, members of the Clay County 4-H Shooting Sports Archery club, competed at the 4-H State Indoor Archery Tournament on Saturday, March 22 in Graham. Dylan competed in the Intermediate Barebow competition and placed sixth with a score of … [Read more...]

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