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Stories from Tuesday, February 1, 2005

Cinergy to move local payment drop-off (02/01/05)
Cinergy customers will soon have a new option to pay their electric bill. If they want to drop off their payment, they will have to go to a new location, too. PSI Energy, the Indiana operating company of Cinergy Corp., announced Monday it plans to close its Brazil customer payment counter but will be offering a new payment option in its place. ...
Ambulance transition being worked out day-by-day (02/01/05)
One month after Trans-Care replaced Athens as the county's ambulance service, the new provider is working out transitional lumps and bumps to find its place in Clay County. Temporarily headquartered in Clay County at a motel, the ambulance service is now set up in Athens' previous home at St. Vincent Clay Hospital. A second team is set up at Clay City, and paramedic service throughout the county is scheduled to begin today...
CCHS band members on way to state competition (02/01/05)
Clay City High School students Garrett Buis, who plays tuba, and Jake Jackson, who plays tenor sax, qualified Saturday for the State Solo & Ensemble Contest on Feb. 19 at North Central High School, Indianapolis, by virtue of receiving gold medal ratings on solos in Group I during competition at Terre Haute North High School...
Swope travels to Clay Co. (02/01/05)
East Side Elementary Art Teacher Jerry Penry discusses one of the Swope Gallery art pieces with fifth graders Sabrina Rhodes and Tyden Graverson during this morning's exhibit. Developing an appreciation of art is a skill that many rural elementary students could never acquire because of budget problems...
City Council may choose private contractor to pick up garbage (02/01/05)
Brazil City Council members are trashing the idea of garbage service cost increases by seeking outside contractors for the city's refuse removal needs. The Council, along with Mayor Tom Arthur, will meet in a special session at 2 p.m. on Tuesday in Council Chambers at City Hall to delve deeper into the issue...
Looking for the next win (02/01/05)
Northview looks to continue a five game winning streak tonight when they travel to Plainfield.