Wolfe, Shuey lead for council

November 07, 2018

Clayton Election lead photo for websiteCarl “CW” Wolfe, left, and David “Shoe” Shuey watch as election results start coming in. Wolfe claimed the lead early on. while Shuey and Jeff Wan battled it out for second. At press time, only 44.9 percent of eligible voters had been counted.  Typical voter turnout for Clayton is near 80 percent (photo by A.J. Chippero).


Five homes all dressed for the holidays

By Julie Pierce on November 7, 2018

Home Tour TreeC for websiteThe eighth annual Clayton Christmas Homes Tour features five lovely homes all decked out for the holidays.

The Clayton Historical Society event will be 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 9. Purchase $30 tickets at the Clayton Museum, 6101 Main St., or online with a credit card by Dec. 8 at claytonhistory.org. Day of tour tickets will be available at the museum for $35. [click to continue…]

Vets pay it forward with continued service

By Bev Britton on November 7, 2018

Vets at Flagpole for websiteNo matter the war. No matter the military branch. No matter the generation. These local veterans are steadfastly proud of their service.
And they’re still fighting to help today’s returning vets. [click to continue…]

CBCA takes the reins of Santa’s carriage

By Gary Carr on November 7, 2018

The clip-clop of hooves will help usher in the holidays in downtown Clayton once again.

Revelers can enjoy free rides in Santa’s carriage, this year sponsored by the Clayton Business and Community Association (CBCA). [click to continue…]

Volunteering at city events benefits all

By Keith Haydon on November 7, 2018

Haydon, Keith mayor for websiteThe City Council election generated considerable interest in how our city operates and determines future development, among other issues. The candidates and their supporters wanted to know how our favorite community will be developed.

Now that the election is over, I encourage residents to come back together as a community and use this interest in our city to focus on increasing citizen participation in activities that benefit our community. [click to continue…]