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Stories from Tuesday, December 10, 2002

Christmas in Clay County (12/10/02)
This Victorian brick home belongs to Glen and Evelyn Brown. It is about one mile west of Northview High School on SR 340 on the south side.
Brick manufacturing plant progressing (12/10/02)
The brick plant is back on the front burner for Clay County. The Clay County Redevelopment Commission heard the latest information concerning the brick plant Monday. The meeting was the first since Aug. 19. The goal for the construction of the plant is spring 2003, according to Alan and Lynn Meyer, the people behind the brick plant...
Ammonia leak threatens northern part of county (12/10/02)
Fire, police and medical personnel were called to Schopmeyer Farm Supply early this morning. According to the Clay County Sheriff's Dept., leaking anhydrous ammonia was reported at 2 a.m. Emergency personnel were on the scene, at the intersection of CR 1200N and SR 59, for about two hours...
Growing pains: Local company looks at options (12/10/02)
Back in 1962, when Morris Manufacturing was a mom and pop operation in Harmony, the idea of securing big contracts was a big dream for Mike and Paula Morris, owners of the business. Their roots run deep in Clay County, because both Morrises were born here...
Huber invited to play in Honor Band (12/10/02)
John Philip Huber has been selected to participate in the 2003 Indiana Music Educators Association Honor Band. The concert will take place Jan. 11 in the Grand Ballroom of the Indiana Convention Center at 1 p.m. and is free and open to the public. This is during the IMEA State Convention. Guest conductor is Dr. Jack Stamp, director of bands at Indiana University, Pennsylvania...
Train wreck leaves one dead at Coalmont (12/10/02)
A pickup truck owned by City Pest Control of Linton, Ind., was hit by a train in Coalmont on Tuesday. The driver was killed. The Brazil Times plans to have a full report in Wednesday's newspaper.
Matchup of Eels at Eminence tonight (12/10/02)
Camrand Tucker (#12) and Steven Schopmeyer (#50) defend Northview's Zach Keyes last week. Tucker and Schopmeyer will join their teammates versus Eminence tonight at 6 p.m. The Clay City Eels, 2-1 after a convincing 69-33 win over Union on Friday, continues a four game road swing with a trip to Eminence tonight beginning at 6 p.m...