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Thursday, Oct. 30, 2014

Stories from Tuesday, April 1, 2003

'Hey, kids, what time is it?' Clock repairman knows! (04/01/03)
Jack Chaney keeps track of the time at his Clay City business, where he restores, repairs, sells and trades a variety of clocks. Here, he's looking at 19th Century mantel clock stored upstairs in his shop, J.C.'s Clock Repairs. CLAY CITY -- Finding what makes them tick can be a challenge for some people, but Jack Chaney found his calling early in life...
Rust family to operate Bloomfield newspaper (04/01/03)
BLOOMFIELD, Ind. -- The Bloomfield Evening World newspaper has been acquired from William Miles, Jr. by Rust Communications, the newspaper company that operates the daily newspapers in Brazil, Greencastle and Linton, Ind. The sale is effective today...
Tying yellow ribbons at courthouse (04/01/03)
Clay County Veteran Service Officer Les Walden (right) presents a check from American Legion Post 2 to Debbie Mustard for the purchase of yellow ribbons at the courthouse, to support our troops in Iraq. Mustard's son, Christopher Coleman, is deployed with the 2nd Marine Deivision in Iraq. Also pictured are Charlotte Brush, Women's Auxiliary Post 2; Steve Boyd; Jack Withers; and C. R., Boyd...
Warmer weather brings Spring practice (04/01/03)
Northview's Jason Brown works on infield drills during practice on Monday afternoon. Monday afternoon brought a return to warmer weather for area schools and with it, athletes headed outdoor for practices. At Northview High School athletes were involved in baseball, softball, track and tennis practices outdoors at the school with the regular season quickly approaching for each sport...
Northview softball player Elise Sterrett (04/01/03)
Northview softball player Elise Sterrett works on baserunning drills on Monday afternoon.