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NEWS & MORE
Oct 3 a Looks like that big storm that
was predicted for the East has turned into a long drenching rain.
Oct. 3 a In the lower 50's, rain coming
down, wind blowing the dead leaves left and right, know what time it is?
Oct. 3 a There's one sure fire way
to handle nasty cold weather, that's a steamy hot bubble bath, One of those
that make you feel dizzy when you get out. One of those where your entire
body looks red as a lobster.
Oct. 3 a Today is a Bubble Bath Day,
Oct. 3 a When the cases are interconnected,
more than one person will be tried at a time. Tuesday morning, Steve Duffield,
Bernard Buckhannon, Ronald Newhouse, and James McCune were in that boat,
all charged with stuff like meth production, conspiracy, possession with
intent to deliver.
Oct. 3 a By Wed around 2pm, the
jury had heard all there was to be said and started their deliberations.
6 hours later, they had their decision, everybody, not guilty on of any
of the charges.
Oct. 3 a They had their day in
court and the State, that's the Prosecutor, came up waaaay short.
Oct. 2 a 54 degrees, gray sky,
wind blowing. Yuck Yuck Yuck
Oct. 2 a No ball game tonight
Oct. 2 a Weathercasters can't
tell if we're going to get some nasty storm this weekend or not
Oct. 2 a This beginning of the month
will speak volumes on the future of the new IGA store in Two Run
Oct. 2 a Now open exactly one month,
if that parking lot isn't full today, it will definitely indicate, Clay
County doesn't support the local business.
Oct. 1 a Notice two teeeny boppers
this morning standing out waiting for the school bus. Both had on flip
flops and both had blue toes. Darn chilly this morning. It's
getting tougher and tougher to wear short pants
Oct. 1 a Not so long ago, Murder Mountain
over in Ovapa was the talk of the town and filled crime reports on a
Oct. 1 a Tommy Young Sr was the patriarch
of that clan.
Oct. 1 a Since the Feds busted Sr and
Jr, it's been quiet. Quiet doesn't last forever
Oct. 1 a Monday night just after
8pm a three wheeled white sedan came down Rt 4 with sparks spewing so much,
the night was lit up. After doing coming thru the Go Mart parking lot followed
by three doughnuts in the road at the triangle, Venida Young, oldest daughter
of Sr, went zooming into the downtown area.
Oct. 1a Details in the latest
Oct. 1 a The next generation is now
up and running.
Sept 30 a George Omer Gregorich, 93,
see OBITUARY page
Sept. 30 a Last day of the month and
the new Communicator is on newsstands across the region.
Sept. 30 a Lead article is the inside
nitty gritty from the Mikey Lanham afternoon in Court Monday
Sept. 30 a Also this time around comes
info from Monday's School Board meeting where the Cupcake war continued.
Sept. 30 a Drug dogs regularly sniff
lockers at Clay High for drugs. More often than not, nothing is found and
School Superintendent Tanner beams proudly.
Sept. 30a Last week that wasn't the
case and a stash of weed was found. Tanner wasn't so talky during Monday's
Board meeting so checked on social media for info. That's in the Communicator
Sept. 30 a For those wanting to know
what's really going on in CLayberry, 80 cents and worth every penny
Sept. 30 a We've got one of those
little plastic tube rain gauges in the front yard. Not sure how accurate
they are but this morning, the thang shows four inches of the wet stuff
in the last 24 hours.
Sept. 30 a National
Weather Service is providing warnings for W Va.
Sept. 30 a Gun control is a hot
topic on the campaign trail. Some dimly lit voters think the Feds are capable
of making common sense changes in the absolute right to own weapons.
Sept. 30 a Minnesota courts just
BB guns are firearms.
Sept. 30 a For all us old pot
heads, there's finally going to be a place open to smoke weed, drink, gamble
and have other merriment. It's a long way to travel but South
Dakota is now on the vacation itinerary.
Sept. 28 p This afternoon long time
criminal Mike Lanham plead guilty to a felony.
Sept. 28 p Now comes a presentencing
report and sentencing in Nov.
Sept. 28 p His first felony conviction
and none too soon
Sept. 28 a We had a three criminals
plead guilty last week including one former school teacher. Mike Lanham
was NOT one of those admitting guilt and accepting a plea. During his lack
of plea hearing, Judge Facemire set Sept. 29th for the trial.
Sept. 28 a Sometime since that hearing,
Lanham must have changed his mind.
Sept. 28 a Circuit Clerk Mike Asbury
says, Iron Mikey has decided to take a plea this afternoon at 2:30 in Braxton
Sept. 28 a Lanham has never plead guilty
to anything in his 25 years of criminal activity. He always demands a jury
Sept. 28 a Our first memory of Lanham
was when he beat the crap out of high school student while riding on a
school bus followed by doing likewise to the driver. If memory again serves
us correctly, that was the end of Lanham's educational career.
Sept. 28 a If Mike :Lanham takes
a plea today, The Communicator will come out Tuesday on time. If he backs
out again and goes to trial in the morning, we plan on holding up the paper
so as to include that story in this edition.
Sept. 28 a During the last School Board
meeting, much time was spent discussing parents providing rug rats with
mid day cupcakes, HoHo's, and Ding Dongs. Such non nutritional hand outs
are not allowed in this state. The Teacher's Aide (and parent) that brought
the demand for sugar foods didn't seem satisfied with the no response from
Sept. 28 a While there's no mention
of continuing the discussion or vote during tonight's School
Board meeting, the topic may come back.
Sept. 28 a Much of Clayberry
is served by Frontier DSL. For the most part, the service is less than
stellar. Actually, for the most part, Frontier's offering sucks for dead
Sept. 28 a Barry McCune over at the
Clay County Bank has started a petition campaign to encourage SuddenLink
Cable to extend service into the downtown and Two Run areas. That cmapaign
started two weeks ago.
Sept. 28 a So far, McCune has garnered
just 29 residential customers and 31 businesses willing to switch over
Sept. 28 a Last chance clickers, give
Barry a call today.