Hunting season for turkeys kicked off last weekend, and an annual festival is all about celebrating the bird this weekend!
The high school baseball and softball seasons are just moving into district play, but many teams haven't played.
Clay County investigators say they've ruled out any other student's involvement after threats of violence were made last week in Henrietta.
After being attacked by dogs that were being walked by an owner, Donna Holman now wants Henrietta city leaders to consider amending changing the animal policies.
The 2014 Clay County Pioneer Reunion is now underway.
Authorities say a woman has died after getting hit by a truck early this morning outside Henrietta.
Erik Sabine pays it forward to life long friend who is attending school at Midwestern State University.
Women in God's Service will host dinner and a comedic play to bring in funds to help those in need.
Recent rains have not been enough to prevent the City of Henrietta elevating to Stage 5 water restrictions.
Matthew Franklin is a former teacher and coach at Henrietta High School.
Jobs could be coming to Henrietta as city leaders hope to get a state grant to help build a travel center on Highway 287.
Bidders at the auction all the horses looked really good and each one put on about 200 pounds since they have been receiving proper feed and veterinary care these past few months. Though that's good news, there's some potentially bad news for Clay County taxpayers.
The tournament brings in coed softball teams from all over Texas.
Clay County will officially retain custody of 30 malnourished horses seized from a property owner's land. This after a ruling from a higher court.
There's a Texas Ranger investigation into a 35- year veteran of the Henrietta Volunteer Fire Department.
Residents of another Texoma town are reading news reports they may only have a half year's supply of water left.
The Second Court of Appeals in Fort Worth must make a ruling regarding the animal cruelty case against a Clay County man.
Norman Olson II is sentenced to life in prison without the eligibility for parole.
The sale of dozens of malnourished horses found in a field north of Henrietta has been postponed.
The sheriff's office started their investigation after a call they received last Tuesday. The horses were seized the next day.