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Archive - Jan 8, 2014


County Animal Shelter boasts productive year, looks ahead

January 8, 2014

By Donna Summerall

The West Point/Clay County Animal Shelter continues to honor its commitment to the people it serves by helping to control the stray animal population and find homes for dogs and cats without euthanization as an option.
Since opening in the autumn of 2010, the WPCCAS has found adoptive homes for 394 dogs and 365 cats. In 2013, 93 dogs and 69 cats found forever homes according to WPCCAS director, Lisa Henley.

Temperatures prompt TVA energy warning

January 8, 2014


The Tennessee Valley Authority witnessed its second highest peak in its history Tuesday, which set off red flags that demanded a swift reaction, but only for a brief couple of hours.
With a preliminary peak demand of 32,460 megawatts at about 7 a.m. and an average temperature of 4 degrees, TVA shipped out an advisory to local power companies requesting that they reduce the voltage for a brief bout to help suppress the excess energy use.

CCSD investigates 4-wheeler theft

January 8, 2014


The Clay Count Sheriff Department is searching for leads in a recent 4-wheeler and trailer theft, which occurred at some point in the afternoon New Year’s eve.
According to a press release provided by the CCSD, the theft occurred between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. at 21668 Hwy. 50, Pheba.
The 4-wheeler model is a 2012 Honda Rubicon. As per the release, the vehicle is reported as having a “camouflage” color scheme with “black SS (straight-side) rims.” The serial number for the 4-wheeler is 1HFTE2665C4200056.

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