Ein prosit! Raise your stein

October 08, 2018

Oktoberfest parade Clayton for websiteThe Annual CBCA Oktoberfest got off to a “doggone” good start Saturday when the keg, followed by The Internationals, back for their 15th year, made their way down Main Street to the main tent where a packed house was ready for an ­afternoon of beer, food and good cheer. (Photo by Tamara Steiner)


Rocket scientist teacher encourages students, gamers

By Jay Bedecarré on October 8, 2018

Computer Lab for websiteAnthony Anderson gets a big smile when he answers the question, “Do you tell your students you’re a real rocket scientist?” The lead teacher in the Clayton Valley Charter High School science department is an honest-to-goodness rocket scientist, witness his aerospace engineering degree from the country’s top AE school, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Florida.

In his second year at CVCHS Anderson is building a reputation among students for his three computer classes—-game design and introduction to computer science. He also teaches two periods of geometry. [click to continue…]

Candidates forum reveals major differences

By Peggy Spear on October 8, 2018

Two distinct slates emerged in a civil but passionate candidates forum for the two open Clayton City Council seats.

It was city experience vs. new voices at the Sept. 24 event, sponsored by the League of Women Voters, the Clayton branch of the American Association of University Woman and the Community Library Association. [click to continue…]

Digging into issues surrounding City Council election

By Keith Haydon on October 8, 2018

Haydon, Keith mayor for websiteWith the City Council election less than a month away, I want to focus on issues raised by this important vote.

Two council positions are up for election, and there are four candidates. City Councilman and Vice Mayor David “Shoe” Shuey is running for reelection, with Planning Commissioner Carl “CW” Wolfe hoping to step up to the City Council and residents Brian Buddell and Jeff Wan also running for seats. [click to continue…]