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Lady Cats set relay record, qualify for regional meet

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.

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...]

Kids swarm courthouse lawn in search of Easter eggs

Egg Winners Feature

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...]

Henrietta FFA wildlife team qualifies for state competition

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

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...]

Quail populations, habitat the topic of May 7 gathering

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.

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...]

Hello Neighbor tour visits northeast Clay County

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.

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...]

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. Gilbert St., Henrietta. Adult Books NYPD Red 2 by James Patterson Until You See Me by Roberta … [Read more...]

Heauring earns Texas Dept. of Agriculture GROW award

Heuring Feature

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 “Gives Recognition for Outstanding Work” to middle and high school students who demonstrate … [Read more...]

HJH recognizes students for six weeks performance

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

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...]

Midway students garner One Act Play awards

Logan Harper, Jorden Mass and Cassidy Mass

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...]

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