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Stories from Tuesday, June 7, 2005

Financial realities faced by county council members (06/07/05)
Caught between the proverbial rock and hard place in discussion of the new county jail, members of the Clay County Council opted to perceive the glass as half full while wrangling with some tough financial realities. Without revenue from housing Indiana Department of Corrections inmates, the Clay County Sheriff's Department will not be able to hire enough staff to run the new jail. ...
Cutest pets compete (06/07/05)
Edie Campe photo Sissie, a Yorkie, won third place in Saturday's Cutest Pet Contest. Sissie and her owner, Carol Cassidy (pictured), collected $22 in donations for the Clay County Humane Society. Snoopy, a Miniature Eskimo Spitz, won first place in the contest...
Sheriff discusses Clay County ATV laws (06/07/05)
Traveling on any public road in Clay County with an ATV is against the law. "Unless riding on your own property, or you have permission to be on someone else's property, you need to stay off of public roads while using an ATV," Clay County Sheriff Mike Heaton said. "While Greene, Sullivan and Parke counties authorize the use of ATVs on their county roads, Clay County does not have such an ordinance."...
County commissioners explore possible ATV ordinance during June (06/07/05)
With the safety of local citizens in mind, the Clay County Commissioners will explore the possibility of drafting an ordinance regarding usage of all-terrain vehicles (ATVs), moped scooters and helmet requirements for next month's meeting. Commissioners David Parr, Daryl Andrews and Charlie Brown met during their regular June session Monday morning. While addressing the topic of ATVs on county roads, their conversation turned to public safety...
Lincoln assassination links to Clay County (06/07/05)
This is the fourth in a series of articles exploring the circumstances surrounding the assassination of Abraham Lincoln and the alleged links to Clay County as told by co-authors Ray Neff and Leonard Guttridge in "Dark Union: The Secret Web of Profiteers, Politicians, and Booth Conspirators that led to Lincoln's Death."...
Knights prepare for regional play (06/07/05)
The Northview baseball team couldn't really have scripted a more dramatic victory to claim their first sectional championship since the 2001 season. Twice overcoming deficits, the second one a four run (8-4) Patriot lead with just six outs remaining in what for most of the starters could have been the last game of their high school careers. But as they've proven often this year, you can never count this team out of any game...
EDITH A. KELLENBERGER (06/07/05)
Edith A. Kellenberger, 94, Brazil, died at 11:10 p.m. Sunday in St. Vincent Clay Hospital. She was born in Clay County on Dec. 21, 1910, a daughter of the late William Roberts and Julia Brady Roberts. A 1929 Graduate of Brazil High School, she later attended Indiana Normal College...
DONALD ANDERSON (06/07/05)
Donald Veach Anderson, 90, of Brazil, died at 9:24 a.m., Monday, June 6, 2005 at the Clay Health Center in Brazil. He lived previously in Speedway, Indiana for 40 years. He returned to his hometown of Brazil, Indiana in 1988. He married Arline Wedel on June 7, 1936 and she survives...