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Stories from Wednesday, April 9, 2003

Reality Store teaches students about life (04/09/03)
Kathryn Hoffman (left) assists Monica Duelin, an eighth grader at North Clay Middle School, as she prepares to write a check at the "Furniture and Decorating" booth at the Reality Store. The Brazil Business and Professional Women's Club sponsored its 11th annual Reality Store Monday morning in the North Clay Middle School gymnasium. ...
Adults, juveniles arrested for drugs, stealing car (04/09/03)
A routine traffic stop by a Clay County Sheriff's deputy resulted in arrests on charges of possession of a stolen vehicle and various drug charges. Tuesday at around 8:33 p.m., Sgt. Robert Gambill attempted to stop a vehicle for disregarding a stop sign in Turner at Railroad and State streets...
It's time for a change - to DST, says Brazil businessman (04/09/03)
Brian Deakins watched in frustration as the rest of the world moved their clocks forward over the weekend. An advocate of Daylight Savings Time, Deakins thinks that with more information on the subject, other Indiana residents would agree -- it's time for a change...
Study offers jail specifics (04/09/03)
Clay County Jail was built in 1965 during a time when the sheriff and one deputy operated the facility. Events and issues were different then. Officers and their families often lived at the jail and the courts refused to become involved in daily operations. ...
Patriots rally for victory over Knights (04/09/03)
Northview's Brady Shoemaker had a pair of hits, including a double, and two runs driven in during the Knight's 7-5 loss to Owen Valley on Tuesday night. The Owen Valley Patriots overcame freezing temperatures for a red-hot seventh inning rally to down Northview on the road on Tuesday evening...
Clay City baseball falls to Sullivan Golden Arrows (04/09/03)
The Clay City Eels hung tight with the Sullivan Golden Arrows for the first four innings before fading in the late innings for a 13-5 loss on Tuesday evening. "We were in a position in the fourth inning, a 2-2 game, and we had the opportunity to take the lead," said Clay City coach Michael Owens. "Through those first four innings I think we did a lot of good things. We had some guys hitting really well and our defense was playing solid."...