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Stories from Thursday, January 29, 2004

Clay County wrecks piling up (01/29/04)
This vehicle, driven by Larry O. Dickison II, was travelling south on Knightsville Road when Dickison swerved to avoid a patch of ice. He lost control of the car, went off the road, struck a tree, and ended up inverted on the road. Dickison complained of back, neck, and head pain...
Keep animals warm in cold weather (01/29/04)
Some people believe that since animals have fur, they are immune to the cold. This is not the case. According to experts at PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals), they can still suffer from "frostbite, exposure and dehydration when water sources freeze." While dogs and cats in nature have ways of seeking out food, water and shelter, dogs who are tied out or in kennels and cats that live in residential areas must depend on their owners, or other concerned citizens, to provide proper care for them.. ...
School report to be published tomorrow (01/29/04)
How is the Clay Community School Corp. doing and why should you care? Those questions will be answered in Friday's Brazil Times. In connection with the school corporation, The Times will publish the "2004 Clay Community Schools Performance Report" in Friday's edition...
JTAC is on the way (01/29/04)
Clay County is well on its way to becoming a guinea pig, and Judge Ernest Yelton couldn't be happier about it. A multimillion dollar software venture by Indiana's Judicial Technology and Automation Committee (JTAC) is set to use Clay County as its test market, even if the dates have been moved back...
Arthur speaks to Rotary (01/29/04)
Mayor Tom Arthur says his first month in office "has been interesting" -- getting settled into the office, dealing with a chemical spill that threatened the city's water supply and this week's snow storms. But, Arthur feels he is on track and is holding to his stated goals: City finances and cleaning up residential neighborhoods...
Knights dominate inside versus Eels (01/29/04)
Erica Koehler (#12) goes in for a layup during Wednesday's win over Clay City. The direction of the Northview versus Clay City girl's basketball game was set early in the first quarter as the Knights didn't miss their first shot until there was just 2:40 left in the quarter and the Eels didn't hit their first shot until just 1:20 remained...
Lawrence North's Greg Oden (01/29/04)
Lawrence North's Greg Oden attempts to block a Northview shot during a Hall of Fame Classic game. The 7-footer is drawing comparisons to some of NBA's greats.
Northview's Emilee Lutes (01/29/04)
Northview's Emilee Lutes passes the ball to a teammate as Clay City's Krisin Tyler looks on.