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Stories from Tuesday, August 5, 2003

Mitch daniels brings gubernatorial campaign to Brazil (08/05/03)
Lucy Perry photo Clay County Prosecutor Dave Thomas and Republican gubernatorial candidate Mitch Daniels greet city residents outside the Mitch Daniels Campaign Headquarters, a large RV, Friday. Daniels is out getting the vote, stopping in each county in less than 100 days. The RV was parked on the lot south of the Clay County Courthouse...
Back to school plans being made (08/05/03)
The first day of school for students in Clay Community Schools for the 2003-2004 school year will be Aug. 15. The first day of school will be a full day. Kindergarten Parent Orientation will be Aug. 15. Kindergarten student schedules will be announced at orientation. Teachers will report on Aug. 14 at Northview High School for a general organizational meeting...
Transfer station or dump? Matter of perspective (08/05/03)
By LUCY PERRY PerrylucyE@cs.com Motorists who might otherwise travel county roads at their own discretion, might want to pay attention to road signs posted along the way from now on. Clay County Commissioners voted Monday to pass an ordinance establishing speed limit signs, stop signs, yield signs and traffic regulations on both and private roads and highways in the county...
Students recognized for community service (08/05/03)
Meg Grey photo Students of Clay Community Schools were recognized Monday for participating in community service projects over the last year and a half. The students were given grants from the Youth as Resources program ranging from $100-$500 and then had their various projects approved. ...
Mitch Daniels brings gubernatorial campaign to Brazil (08/05/03)
Lucy Perry photo Clay County Prosecutor Dave Thomas and Republican gubernatorial candidate Mitch Daniels greet city residents outside the Mitch Daniels Campaign Headquarters, a large RV, Friday. Daniels is out getting the vote, stopping in each county in less than 100 days. The RV was parked on the lot south of the Clay County Courthouse...
Blaze take second in final softball tourney of the season (08/05/03)
Staff Reports The Clay County Girls Softball Travel League team took second place at the Odon, Ind., Tourney for 12-and-under. The squad fell in their opening game versus Graves Plumbing, 8-6, in six innings. On Saturday morning the team fared better in defeating the Bloomfield All-Stars 24-8...
WILMA ROESCHLEIN JOHNSON KEEN (08/05/03)
Wilma Roeschlein Johnson Keen, 88, of Brazil, died Monday, Aug. 4, 2003, at 8:15 a.m. in Terre Haute Regional Hospital. Born Nov. 1, 1914, in Clay County, she was the daughter of Mayme Roeschlein Burk. A graduate of Ashboro High School, she married Joseph Johnson, who died in 1963. She and her husband owned and operated the Alabama Restaurant for more than 30 years. She later married Herman Keen, he also preceded her in death...