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Stories from Thursday, November 6, 2003

Brazil's new first lady and child (11/06/03)
Penny and Tara Arthur, wife and daughter of mayor elect, Tom Arthur, Tuesday night after results were announced.
Local boy knows 'What Happiness Is' (11/06/03)
Brent Shaw, 11, holds his cat, Stormy, at his home on a recent warm fall day. Brent drew a picture of Stormy for the American Brain Tumor Association 2004 Calendar of "What Happiness Is...." Brent Shaw is a survivor. A brain tumor survivor. And his cat, Stormy, helped Brent get through some scary, lonely days...
Condo owners allowed sidewalk (11/06/03)
The Park Place Co-Owners Association was given permission from the Parks Board to construct a sidewalk over park property at last night's meeting. Park Place is a condominium sub-division on the east side of Forest Park. The Association will pay for all material to construct the sidewalk from their property line to the road on the Park's east side. Emmert's, the division's contractor, will supply the labor. The board approved the request by a 3-1 vote with John Tilley dissenting...
Clinic offers child care (11/06/03)
The Clay County Well-Child Clinic was established in 1983 to provide free preventative health care to children from low-income families. The clinic was initially funded by a 16-month non-renewable federal grant totaling $25,147 which was received by the Clay County Health Dept. The grant provided full funding until September of 1984 and partial funding until the next year. Since then the clinic has had to rely solely on funds raised locally...
Boil water advisory issued for Knightsville Water Works customers (11/06/03)
In consultation with the Indiana Department of Environmental Management, it has been determined that water customers of the Knightsville Water Works should boil their drinking water. This precautionary measure is recommended because of the loss of water pressure when a six-inch water line was broken while escavation work was taking place around the line...
North Clay Knights basketball (11/06/03)
Members of the North Clay Knights sixth grade basketball team listen to coach Bob Lancaster discuss strategy during a timeout. The Knights would not be able to come back after a late run by the Honey Creek Bees in a 33-28 loss.
BELVA M. LIVINGSTON (11/06/03)
Belva M. Livingston, 72, of Ashboro, died at 9:55 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 5, in St. Vincent Clay Hospital. Born in Newark, N.Y., on July 31, 1931, she spent her early life there and moved to Clay County in 1979. She and her husband spent their winter months in Punta Gorda, Fla...
REV. MILLIE A. BOETJER-PATTERSON (11/06/03)
The Rev. Millie A. Boetjer-Patterson, 69, of Vandalia, Ill., died Wednesday, Nov. 5, 2003, at 3:32 a.m. at Fayette County Hospital in Vandalia. She was born Aug. 3, 1934, the daughter of Robert and Melinda Wetnight Neville. They preceded her in death, as did her first husband, Jack Boetjer, and one brother...
MARY JANE RECORDS (11/06/03)
Mary Jane Records, 81, of Greencastle, Ind., passed away Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2003, at the Waters of Greencastle. Born Aug. 15, 1922, in Clay County, she was the daughter of Urzinus Emmanuel and Cordella "Della" Kellum Sendmeyer. She was a graduate of a Clay County high school...