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Stories from Monday, January 6, 2003

Center helps seniors who are Learning to use the Internet (01/06/03)
(Photo:) The Clay County Senior Center bought two new computers with a grant from the Clay County Community Foundation. Standing by one of the computers are: Back: Charles "Chuck" Smith, vice president; Dorlene Woodrum, bookkeeper; William Joe Wilson, board president; Rose Mary Price, board secretary/treasurer; Mark Cooper, van driver and computer instructor; and Rob Moore, Clay County Community Foundation board member. Seated: Andrew Thomas, Harold Moore and Gerald Deakins, all board members...
Mom saddened by hospital decision (01/06/03)
Kathy Short has delivered four babies at various hospitals, but above and beyond all, she said St. Vincent Clay Hospital would be her first recommendation. "I'm so disappointed, and so surprised, to hear the hospital is closing its baby delivery department. It was just amazing. The care, the cleanliness, the service. When you're at a big hospital, you're just swallowed up by all the people," she said...
Resident mentors Brazil girl (01/06/03)
Katie Lawson Former Brazil resident Linda received a Christmas card from Nancy Lawson, an old friend from high school. Nancy had lived in Florida for years but recently moved back to Indiana to be close to her mother in Indianapolis. She wrote a short note in her card. "Wishing you the best of the season. We now have Mother home with hospice care. The Red Cross was able to get Jerry home, so we had our family Christmas this past Saturday."...