Social Studies standards, the Critical Race Theory and the masking policy attracted a standing room only crowd for Monday night’s Clay County Board of Education meeting including Clay Commission Chair Dr. Rob Peck and Vice Chair Randy Nichols. A handful of citizens, including Jim Johnson, expressed their concerns. Electricity providers across the five-county area are asking for conservation over the next few days as scorching temperatures are expected. The Towns County Sheriff’s Office is now accepting applications for the Sheriff’s Citizen’s Academy, with class dates to be announced. The free, 10-week course is offered to all Towns County residents, business owners, and employees who are 21 years or older.
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