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Stories from Monday, March 28, 2005

Still time to apply for pool (03/28/05)
There is still time to apply for positions at the Forest Park swimming pool. Applications must be received by April 15. Manager applicants must be First Aid and CPR certified before the swim season begins. Previous Lifeguarding experience is not necessary but would be beneficial. ...
Harmony conducting survey (03/28/05)
- Utility survey necessary to apply for Community Focus Funds The Town of Harmony is in the process of conducting an income survey of its utility users and persons living in the corporate limits of the town in order to enable the town to apply for Community Focus Fund Grants given by the Indiana Department of Commerce...
Meth warning signs: 'Do you know about tweaking?' (03/28/05)
By IVY HERRON missivy1964@yahoo.com It begins with a rush of euphoria as the drug enters the blood stream, quickening the heart rate and blood pressure while taking control of the nervous system. This is the moment, smoking or injecting methamphetamine for the first time, that leads many to addiction...
Students learn meth is a big mistake (03/28/05)
Ivy Herron photos With a judgment of guilty from the crowd, the two bad boys, Tyler Hutcheson and Derek Latham, get creamed by the strong arm of the law with a little help from Clay City High School SADD members T.L. Roeschlein and Stesanie Dyar. Also pictured: Handcuffed NHS SADD member Lynlee Baysinger, Clay County Prosecutor Lee Reberger, Judge Blain Akers, ISP Trooper Chris Carter and Sheriff Mike Heaton...
First-graders learn how to create history (03/28/05)
Ivy Herron photo Pam Fischer's first-grade class at Jackson Township Elementary display their handmade quilts. Names listed in story. By IVY HERRON missivy1964@yahoo.com Pam Fischer's first-grade class at Jackson Township Elementary recently learned about the age-old art of quilting...
Cancer patients surprised with flamingos (03/28/05)
Ivy Herron photo A sea of plastic pink flamingos covered the front yard of the Braden's home in Stan Mar Estates on March 14 and 15. By IVY HERRON missivy1964@yahoo.com "Oh my, I've been flocked!" It was the only thing that Diane Braden could say when she arrived home March 14 from a meeting with a friend. ...
Clay City students, principal win awards at state conference (03/28/05)
Josh Cannon photo Clay City High School Principal Paul Sinders shakes the hand of Larissa Staley, the FCCLA President-Elect who nominated him for the award, Tuesday at the high school with FCCLA Advisor Connie Bailey. By JOSH CANNON joshuacannon@gmail.com...
Hospital needs interpreters (03/28/05)
By IVY HERRON missivy1964@yahoo.com In an effort to provide better services, St. Vincent Clay Hospital is offering a course for people interested in becoming an interpreter to provide services to non- or limited-English speaking patients when they visit the hospital...
IRENE WILLIS DIERDORFF (03/28/05)
Irene Willis Dierdorff of rural Brazil died at 2:40 p.m. Friday, March 25, 2005, at Clay Health Center in Brazil. Born Oct. 29, 1914, in Middlebury, Ind., she was the daughter of Arlie and Esther Willis. She graduated from Ashboro High School and on March 1, 1941, she married Virgil Dierdorff. He preceded her in death in 1985...
FRANK L. PEEBLES (03/28/05)
Frank L. Peebles, 86 of Staunton, passed away March 27, 2005, on Easter morning at 7:09 a.m. in Cloverleaf Healthcare Facility. He had been a resident there just at short time. Born Sept. 30, 1918, in Cambria, Ill., he was the son of William and Bertha Ashby Peebles...
THOMAS C. JOHNSON (03/28/05)
Thomas C. Johnson, 75 of Brazil died unexpectedly March 24, 2005, at 8:06 p.m. at St. Vincent Clay Hospital. He was born May 1, 1929, in Toronto, Canada, the son of Clarence and Audrey Musgrove Johnson. He was raised in the Chicago area and graduated from Morgan Park High School. ...