The Hartley Sentinel-The Everly/Royal News - Serving O'Brien & Clay Counties

By Nick Pedley
News Editor 

Everly council raises concerns about school

Non-profit firm slated to buy entire property for $5,000


August 20, 2020


The former CC/E 7-12 grade building closed in June 2019.

The potential fate of one of the largest properties in Everly is making some city officials nervous.

Mayor Brad Behrens on Monday expressed concerns about the former Clay Central/Everly 7-12 grade building changing hands. The school board last month agreed to sell the entire property, including outbuildings, to Guardian Education and Athletic Services (GEA) for $5,000. The non-profit firm plans to transform the facility into an "intermediate college program" for post-secondary students interested in honing both their academic and athletic skills for the next level.

Behrens prefaced his conc...

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