Wellborn Cabinet, Inc. a family owned and operated cabinet manufacturer has released plans for their next major expansion. Located in the rural town of Ashland Alabama, Wellborn Cabinet makes up much of this 2,000-person town, but Mr. Paul Wellborn would not have it any other way. For decades, Paul Wellborn and the Wellborn family have fought to keep the cabinet […]

LPD arrests three on drug charges

On the night of March 4th, Lineville Patrol Officer Brown noticed a subject cutting through some yards in a residential area. Officer Brown made contact with the subject and located two bags of marijuana and 19 individual wrapped baggies of cocaine in his pocket. 33 year old Torey Sterling of Lineville was charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance with […]

County under freeze warning

Clay County will be under a freeze warning from 9 P.M. Wednesday until 10.A.M. Thursday. Under these temperatures pipes can freeze and burst. The national weather service encourages citizens to dress in a warm fashion when leaving the house in case of emergency, check on pets and bring them indoors, and check on elderly neighbors and family to ensure their […]

CCRS Rescues Hikers

The following release was posted on the Clay County Rescue Squad Facebook page: At approximately 6:17 PM Saturday night, Clay County Rescue Squad Operations Officer Brian Andrews received a first call from Clay County E-911 about two lost male hikers. They had headed in from Cave Creek Trail Head and were en route to the Pinhoti to continue out to […]

Cleanup campaign planned

The Clay County Commission held planning and regular meetings Monday morning with Chairman Ray Milstead, Commissioners Bennie Morrison (District 1), Greg Denney (4) and Ricky Burney (5) present; Donald Harris (2) absent. Sheriff Ray Latham, Emergency Management Agency Director Theresa Daugherty, Engineer Jeremy Butler and Administrator Mary Wood were also present, along with a number of guests. Commissioner Morrison asked […]

Chalk drawing contest big hit

Storm Spotters Class features 33/40 team

There will be a basic storm spotters class this coming Tuesday, March 21, at 6:30 p.m. at Clay County Farmers Market on Highway 9 in Lineville featuring the 33/40 weather team. This class is free, and the instructor is Meteorologist Brian Peters The class is free, but seating is on a first come, first served basis.

Corn Hole game popular attraction at Fun Day

BINGO at Court Square Cafe

More expansion at Wellborn