This Week in History 11/26/20

Clay Today
Posted 11/24/20

Five years ago, 2015• The Clay High football team defeat Nature Coast, 40-28, to advance to the Class 5A state championship.• Ronnie Robinson expresses his anger to the rest of the Board of …

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This Week in History 11/26/20

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Five years ago, 2015

• The Clay High football team defeat Nature Coast, 40-28, to advance to the Class 5A state championship.

• Ronnie Robinson expresses his anger to the rest of the Board of County Commissioners after they vote to bypass him as the Chairman.

• Middleburg High wins a $5,000 wellness grant from the National Football League and the Florida Dairy Council.

10 years ago, 2010

• County Commissioner put their plans to open a landfill on hold until a new county manager is hired.

• Orange Park reduces its list of city managers to five – Mark Kutney, Sharon Kraus, Cynthia Hall, James Drumm and Robert Museuso.

• Former Clay High offensive lineman D.J. Scott earns a starting spot at East Carolina.

20 years ago, 2000

• Carol Vallencourt is selected as the Chairman of the Clay County School Board by other members of the board.

• County workers are concerned their health insurance may be affected by HCA’s lawsuit against Blue Cross/Blue Shield that asks for the insurance company to clarify rules for coverage.

• Clay County celebrates Cracker Day with more than 7,500 visitors at the Clay County Fairgrounds.

30 years ago, 1990

• Clay County Commissioners direct their attorney to write a letter to Sheriff Dalton Bray, demanding to see certain records for budgetary purposes.

• The Clay County Food Bank receives $25,000 from TPC Charities.

• The Cabul Lodge honors two students from Green Cove Elementary for their essays about Green Cove Springs.

40 years ago, 1980

• A grand jury is convened to study the circumstances behind the murder of businessman Willie Plummer.

• A collection agency is hired to collect $26,439 in delinquent electric bills in Green Cove Springs.

• An undercover operation at Orange Park High results in the expected arrest of 25 people.

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