Tagged: Clay County
Louise Campbell Center for the Arts
Starting this fall, if you’ve been convicted of a DUI offense and decide to have a drink, you won’t have to worry about the...
Students at Hebron Christian School held a special field day honoring a 3rd grader they lost in March.
Courtney Malone is one of 20 people at Clay County’s Justice Center graduating from the Drug Court Program.
John McManus, 37, and Stephanie Todd remain behind bars charged with several counts of uttering forgery and mail fraud.
CLAY COUNTY, Miss. – A Clay County inmate who was on the run for more eight hours Wednesday is back behind bars. Deputies captured 20-year-old Marquis...
The drug court advisory committee voted last week to cut overall funding beginning July 1st.
Growth Alliance Board President Dwight Dyess says he plans to publicize all of the good things happening in West Point.