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  • Head start: Gov. DeSantis appoints Michelle Cook as Clay County Sheriff

    09/06/2020 11:33:31 AM PDT · by 4Runner · 16 replies
    News4Jax ^ | September 1, 2020 | Scott Johnson, Travis Gibson
    Cook also encouraged other young girls who want to become officers to follow their dreams. “I think you know what I’d like to say to the little girls out there is, you can grow up to be a police officer, it’s doable it’s definitely something that is an honorable profession and if you want to serve your community,” Cook said. [snip] Cook assured Clay County residents they will be safe.
  • Judge Rules All of Illinois Free From Gov. Pritzker’s Unlawful Mandates

    07/07/2020 11:15:36 AM PDT · by Maudeen · 27 replies
    Illinois Family Institute ^ | 7/7/2020 | Austin Scott Davies
    Late last week, Illinois Circuit Court Judge Michael McHaney of Clay County ruled in a lawsuit that “all citizens of Illinois” are free from Governor J.B. Pritzker‘s tyrannical orders. This comes after arguably unethical tactics by the Illinois Attorney General to delay the case by trying to remove it to federal court, and the United States Department of Justice filing a Statement of Interest in the case in support of the lawsuit.
  • Florida sheriff: I’ll deputize gun owners if violent protests erupt

    07/01/2020 7:13:25 PM PDT · by ConservativeStatement · 21 replies
    AP ^ | July 1, 2020
    GREEN COVE SPRINGS, Fla. (AP) — A Florida sheriff says he will deputize every gun owner in his county to put down any violent protests his deputies can’t handle alone. Clay County Sheriff Darryl Daniels gave no indication in a three-minute video released Wednesday that any demonstrations are planned in his suburban Jacksonville county. Daniels also said he would protect any peaceful protests, but added that if anyone starts “tearing up Clay County, that is not going to be acceptable.”
  • Florida Sheriff Says He Will Deputize Lawful Gun Owners If Deputies Can't Handle All The Protesters

    07/01/2020 12:53:05 PM PDT · by Enlightened1 · 41 replies
    Youtube ^ | 07/01/20
    Clay County Sheriff Darryl Daniels says "lawlessness" is unacceptable 
  • Downstate judge rules Pritzker out of line with stay-at-home – but governor calls suit ‘dangerous,’ ‘insult to all Illinoisans’

    04/27/2020 4:44:15 PM PDT · by PBRCat · 30 replies
    The Chicago Sun-Times ^ | April 27, 2020 | Tina Sfondeles
    It’s a decision the governor said will endanger Illinoisans — and open the door for others to file suit. Pritzker was made aware of the Clay County Circuit Court ruling Monday afternoon during his live COVID-19 briefing. “Rep. Darren Bailey’s decision to take to the courts to try and dismantle public health directives designed to keep people safe is an insult to all Illinoisans that have been lost during this COVID-19 crisis, and it’s a danger to millions of people who may get ill because of his recklessness,” Pritzker said. “At best, no one is better off because of this...
  • Two sections of First Coast Expressway construction behind schedule

    12/07/2016 11:00:21 AM PST · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 6 replies
    The Florida Times-Union ^ | December 6, 2016 | Teresa Stepzinski
    Construction of two of the three sections of the multi-lane First Coast Expressway running through Clay County and neighboring Northeast Florida communities is behind schedule, according to Florida Department of Transportation officials, who cited a variety of factors for the delays. The expressway is a limited access toll facility is touted by elected officials and economic development authorities in Clay as being a gateway to new residential and commercial economic growth, which translates into an increased tax base. When completed, the expressway will span 46.5 miles. It be a connecting road outside of the existing Interstate 295 Loop between Interstate...
  • Name mix-up in sexual battery case sends wrong Clay County teen to jail for 35 days

    02/25/2014 1:32:57 PM PST · by seacapn · 24 replies
    The Florida Times-Union ^ | Feb 24, 2014 | Topher Sanders
    Cody Williams was arrested in late August, charged with the sexual battery of someone younger than 12. The 18-year-old Clay High School student spent 35 days in jail. One problem: He was the wrong Cody Williams.
  • Several Clay County Officials Arrested On Federal Charges

    03/20/2009 10:01:45 AM PDT · by LuxMaker · 28 replies · 1,205+ views
    LEX18.COM ^ | March 19, 2009
    Five Clay County officials, including the circuit court judge, the county clerk, and election officers were arrested Thursday after they were indicted on federal charges accusing them of using corrupt tactics to obtain political power and personal gain.
  • Vote for Garland Hogshed!

    04/14/2006 6:14:10 PM PDT · by Congressman Billybob · 15 replies · 636+ views
    Today I saw several signs urging me to vote for Garland Hogshed. Now, I don’t know Mr. Garland from Adam’s cat. Not whether he is a Republican, Democrat, liberal, conservative, incumbent or challenger. I only know he’s running for Commissioner in Clay County, North Carolina. But he has a sturdy Southern name which belongs on a local official hereabouts. That brings us to the subjects of this column, local officials and early primaries. Unlike most states, North Carolina has a very early primary, May 2nd. Why is this? Many times I’ve read the bromide that “America has two major parties,...
  • Clay panel votes to keep plaque

    07/16/2005 12:48:00 PM PDT · by Jay777 · 6 replies · 300+ views
    The Associated Press ^ | July 14, 2005 | Unknown
    The Clay County Commission voted unanimously before an audience of nearly 200 to leave a plaque of the Ten Commandments on the wall of its chamber. The plaque is one of several historical documents -- which include the Bill of Rights -- that are on display, said Commissioner Jimmy Sams. The display has been up for several years. The Commandments went up first and were followed a couple of weeks later by the other documents. "I knew the ACLU would say something, and we just didn't want that to happen," Sams said Wednesday. "But it happened anyway." County resident Jesse...
  • Clay case awakens school spanking concerns of parents

    03/28/2004 6:25:50 AM PST · by LadyShallott · 2 replies · 249+ views
    Citizen-Times ^ | March 27, 2004 | Lynde Hedgpeth
    <p>HAYESVILLE - When Tami Smith's 10-year-old son got in trouble at school in February, she told the principal it was OK to spank him.</p> <p>But when she later found bruises on her son's leg, she decided principal Mickey Noe had gone too far.</p>
  • North Texas DA boasts perfect record on felony cases - Legal eagle-eye on the ball

    12/14/2002 3:08:45 AM PST · by MeekOneGOP · 3 replies · 288+ views
    Associated Press ^ | December 14, 2002 | Associated Press Staff
    North Texas DA boasts perfect record on felony cases Legal eagle-eye on the ball 12/14/2002 Associated Press MONTAGUE, Texas - Tim Cole's first case as a young assistant district attorney wasn't exactly front-page material. Even the result of that Wise County tractor theft case - a conviction and an unusually harsh 45-year prison sentence - probably didn't raise many eyebrows in the legal community. As it turns out, it should have. Since that 1991 conviction, the three-term district attorney for rural Montague, Clay and Archer counties has never lost a murder trial. In fact, he has won all of...