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Stories from Thursday, June 9, 2005

Two-day Pottery Festival this weekend (06/09/05)
The 18th Annual Clay City Lions Club Pottery Festival, a two-day event honoring 120-year-old Clay City Pottery and other local attractions, will take place this weekend throughout the city. Pottery tours at Clay City Pottery, beginning at 9 a.m., and carriage rides at Goshorn Park, beginning at 10 a.m., will be available throughout the weekend...
Sheriff confirms identity of crash victim (06/09/05)
The Clay County Sheriff's Department issued a statement Wednesday afternoon confirming the identity of a man seriously injured in a two-vehicle accident that morning as Brazil resident Michael Giltz. At 7:58 a.m. Wednesday, CCSD responded to a 911 call reporting a motorcycle accident with injury at U.S. ...
School board to meet tonight at North Clay Middle School (06/09/05)
The June meeting of the Clay Community Schools Board of School Trustees is scheduled for tonight at the media center of the North Clay Middle School. Some highlights from the agenda include a report on the possible extra-curricular positions that will not be funded for the upcoming 2005/06 school year, a review of the new pilot tardy program at Northview High School by Principal Jim Church, a discussion of taxpayer exemptions, a presentation of secondary course offerings for the upcoming school year by Kathy Knust and a recommendation on the resolution of the NHS football locker room over-crowding issue.. ...
Too darn hot (06/09/05)
Ivy Herron photo During the 2005 Summer Reading Program kick-off event yesterday, Brent Shaw, 12, escaped from the heat of the day to enjoy a quiet moment with a book in the children's room of the Brazil Public Library. The weekly programs are free and open to the public on Wednesdays at 1 p.m., through July 20. Children with a recent library card can register for the summer reading club and claim prizes for reading books...
BILL ALLEN LOVETT (06/09/05)
Bill Allen Lovett, 43, of Greencastle, IN died June 7, 2005 at Methodist Hospital. He was the son of William G. Lovett and step-mother Joann Lovett. Survivors include his wife LaDonna Cain; three sons, Jeremy Lovett, William Lovett and Dereck Cain all of Greencastle, IN; a daughter, Jessica Lovett Crawford and husband Chad of Brownsville, TX; a step-sister, Debra Bryan; four sisters, Debbie Waymire and husband John of Brazil, IN, Bobbie Jo Lovett of Brazil, IN, Ginger Lovett of West Terre Haute, IN, and Crissy Pell and husband Brady of Brazil, IN; three grandchildren, MacKenzie Taylor Crawford, Brownsville, TX; Drew Allen Crawford, Brownsville, TX and Isabella Marie Lovett, Greencastle, IN; also many nieces and nephews and a large extended family.. ...