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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...]

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...]

Woman injured in morning rollover

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.

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...]

Henrietta woman charged with online impersonation, fraud


A Henrietta woman accused of pretending to be her teenage daughter is in the Wichita County Jail on charges of online impersonation. She also faces charges in Clay County of fraudulent use of identifying information. Investigators believe Renee Michelle Brown, … [Read more...]

Smoke in sheriff’s office caused by overheated dryer

Sheriff Kenny Lemons, county maintenance employee Robby Wilson, Firefighter Billy Carlton and Deputy Brandon DeMoss look at towels that burned Tuesday morning when a dryer overheated.

  The Henrietta Volunteer Fire Department responded to a report of smoke at the Clay County Sheriff’s Office Tuesday morning. Sheriff Kenny Lemons said a dryer in the building overheated, causing towels in the machine to begin to burn. No damage was … [Read more...]

Three men walk away from fiery wreck on Hwy. 287


Three men walked away without injury from a fiery auto crash Thursday morning on Hwy. 287 west of Jolly when a tractor-trailer struck a flatbed wrecker from behind. Bobby Melton, 64, of Wichita Falls, was traveling north in the wrecker when his vehicle was struck by … [Read more...]

Jury upholds forfeiture of 30 malnourished horses

A six-person jury determined Wednesday that Barney Brehmer, a Hurnville area stock producer, deprived livestock of feed, upholding an order of forfeiture by the Clay County Justice of the Peace. The 30 horses forfeited to Clay County following a decision made by … [Read more...]

Dean Dale SUD seeks funding for new wells to offset water cuts

The Dean Dale Special Utility District, with help from the Nortex Regional Planning Commission and Clay County, will seek additional sources of water by drilling two new wells in the coming months. The utility district, which provides potable water to more than 1,200 … [Read more...]

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