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Stories from Thursday, February 24, 2005

Jackson St. re-opened (02/24/05)
Cars kick up dust as motorists drive past the new Clay County jail building Wednesday after Jackson Street was reopened. The street has been closed all winter due to jail construction. The old jail will continue to be used until construction is completed...
Council to get tax abatement proposal (02/24/05)
On Tuesday, the Clay County Redevelopment Commission approved and forwarded to the County Council a tax abatement procedure improvement resolution. The Clay County Council meets the first Monday of each month at 6 p.m. Redevelopment Commissioner Rob Moore said this resolution is in the best interest of the county...
Oxford Automotive worker seeks to start new business (02/24/05)
During Tuesday's City council meeting, Brazil Mayor Tom Arthur and Council members agreed to offer their written support in the endeavor of a local man interested in starting a lawnmower repair business. Gerald Stantz explained to the Council that as an employee of Oxford Automotive at Greencastle, he will soon be out of work, and is taking advantage of the opportunity by researching the business possibility. ...
ECAs: Worth the cost? (02/24/05)
- Should parents have to pay the full cost for students' activities? CONSIDER THIS: What would happen if the pay-for-play option became a reality for students in Clay County? The Clay Community School Corporation had a combined ECA Wage Budget of $362,066.96 as of December 2004...
Gerber to continue hoops career with Grace College (02/24/05)
Clay City senior Cameron Gerber recently signed to play basketball at Grace College. Front row (l-r): Mother Cindy Gerber, Cameron Gerber, Father Joe Gerber. (Standing) Grace women's basketball coach Scott Blum Clay City senior Cameron Gerber knows what it's like to help build a winning team at the high school level. Next season she hopes to be a part of building a successful basketball program at Grace College in Winona Lake, IN...
TONI EILEEN EVERHART NEWGENT (02/24/05)
Toni Eileen Everhart Newgent, 52, of Brazil died Monday, Feb. 21, 2005, at St. Vincent Clay Hospital. Born Sept. 19, 1952, in Sullivan, she was the daughter of Jack and Marguerite Ballenger Everhart. She was employed at Lear Corp. in Greencastle for six years and was a member of Christ Community Church...
JOSHUA B. LEONARD (02/24/05)
Joshua B. Leonard, 26, of Indianapolis died Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2005, in his residence. Born Jan. 17, 1979, in Indianapolis, he was the son of Donald E. and Sally J. (Williams) Leonard. He was a graduate of South Putnam High School Class of 1997 and attended Indiana State University, holding various offices as well as serving as president of the Phi Delta Theta Fraternity. He was an accomplished pianist and composer...