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Stories from Friday, October 7, 2005

Business looking up (10/07/05)
Brazil resident Don Skelton scaled the water tower Thursday to replace the light bulbs at the top of the tower. Skelton, who owns and operates the local tree service Skelton Tree Men, has been called upon to perform the service several times in the past...
Search & Rescue benefits from Homeland Security grant (10/07/05)
The Clay County Search and Rescue Unit received a much-needed financial boost Tuesday in the form of a Department of Homeland Security Assistance to Firefighters Grant. The grant is part of the eighth round of the 2005 Assistance to Firefighters Grant Program, administered by the U.S. Fire Administration. The Clay County Search and Rescue Unit will receive an award in the amount of $39,170, most of which will be used for new equipment...
Pump Prices (10/07/05)
The prices for regular, unleaded fuel this morning at Clay County gas stations were: BRAZIL AREA I-70 AREA CLAY CITY AREA The Brazil Times is offering free car pooling want-ads to people seeking rides or want to offer rides. Call 446-2216 for more information...
No word yet on Clay City license branch (10/07/05)
- BMV Commissioner Joel Silverman was to meet with Gov. Mitch Daniels yesterday The fate of the Clay City branch of the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles is apparently still up in the air. Clay City businessman Daryl Andrews said BMV commissioner Joel Silverman was to meet with Gov. Mitch Daniels on Thursday and give him his recommendation concerning the branch in Clay City...
Car crashes into house porch (10/07/05)
While responding to a 911 call reporting an accident at 410 Main St. in Clay City, earlier this week, personnel from the Indiana State Police, Clay County Sheriff's Department and the Lewis Township Volunteer Fire Department arrived to find a 2001 Chevy pick-up truck had crashed into the front porch of the Kenneth Rubeck residence...
Marijuana plants found at Staunton (10/07/05)
Workers were walking along a remote path in a wooded area south of Staunton on Wednesday afternoon when the distinct aroma of a plant caught their attention. After a brief search, the workers came across a small crop of plants growing amongst the overgrown weeds. The 31 plants found were of the genus species Cannabis sativa, otherwise known as marijuana...
Seniors ready for Homecoming (10/07/05)
Northview's senior football players prepare for their final Homecoming game this weekend. The senior class (front row l-r) Cody Shipmen, Jamie Edwards, Matt Crooks, Devin Chamberlain, Jamie Bays, Jimmy Clancy, Greg Stultz and Aaron Bays. (Back row l-r) John Reberger, Jacob Reece, Dustin Helwig, Chris Cook, Brian Walden, Brandt Lee, Neil Vanatti, John Hendrix, Dean Netzler and Cole Doyle...
North Clay 7th grade caps season with Sullivan shutout (10/07/05)
In a game limited to just two quarter, the North Clay seventh grade football team wrapped up a 7-1 season with a 22-0 victory over Sullivan. Due to a lack of players, the game was brought to a halt after just a half of play in which the Knights put on a dominating performance to cap their year...
Clay City boys take SWIAC; girls sixth in postseason (10/07/05)
The Clay City boys cross country team headed into the postseason on the right foot, dominating the team scoring for the championship. The Eels placed their top five scoring runners in the top eight lead by Logan Bettenbrock who was the winning runner in 16:36...
Reason to celebrate for Knights on Senior Night (10/07/05)
Carey Fox photo Ashley Woodcox (left) pressures a ball by the West Vigo keeper as Abby Birkey (right) follows the play. There was plenty to celebrate at Northview during Senior Night for the girls soccer team. The obvious reason was to honor the play of seniors Kelsey Haring and Rachel Roeschlein who have been key components of the team's resurgence in the second half of the season...