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Stories from Tuesday, November 8, 2005

Clay City BMV to open again (11/08/05)
The Clay City branch of the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles closed its doors Oct. 22, but the efforts of concerned citizens and the Clay County Board of Commissioners have given the facility new life. When the decision was made last month to close the Clay City branch, Clay County Commissioners approached Indiana BMV President Joel Silverman with the signatures of 2,300 area residents and a plan that would allow the branch to be administrated by the county. ...
In other business (11/08/05)
Highlights of the other business discussed at the Clay County Board of Commissioners meeting Monday included: -The board approved a contract with the Clay County Humane Society for 2006. Commissioner David Parr said the agreement was identical to previous CCHS contracts...
181st Fighter Wing responding to tornado disaster (11/08/05)
The Indiana National Guard is assisting in recovery efforts following the devastating tornado and direct line winds that swept through Vanderburgh and Warrick counties Sunday morning. Under the direction of the governor, approximately 130 members of the Indiana National Guard were called to assist in these efforts. ...
Clay City to receive swimming pool from hospital assets (11/08/05)
- Pool to be built at Goshorn Park;decision made at final meeting of Clay County Hospital board The proceedings at the Monday meeting of the Clay County Hospital Board were short and sweet-- officers were elected, some long-standing business was finally resolved and the board was permanently adjourned...
'Off with her head!' (11/08/05)
The Queen of Hearts, Micahlyn Allen, prepares the court to pass judgement on Alice, Janelle Huber, in the Children's Theatre production of "Alice in Wonderland" during the Saturday afternoon performance at The Lark Theatre. The cast consisted of more than 60 children...
Boys basketball practice begins (11/08/05)
The Northview boys basketball team opened practice on Monday evening with the beginning of tryouts at North Clay Junior High. Numbers were strong for the Knights who are coming off a 14-10 slate and looking to get back to the top of the Western Indiana Conference after posting a disappointing 3-3 mark in the 2004 season...
Clay City Junior High opens season with pair of wins over Shakamak (11/08/05)
Carey Fox photos Left: Clay City eighth grader Bill Newton (#32) goes in for a layup during the first half of the Eels' win over Shakamak. Right: Clay City seventh grader, Tyler Bridgewater, goes to the hoop for two of his 16 points in Monday's win...
KENNETH LOVE (11/08/05)
Kenneth Love, 77, of Washington Township, Ohio, passed away from ALS Lou Gehrig's Disease, Sunday, November 6, 2005. He was preceded in death by his parents Len Love and Gertrude Carrithers Love, his sister Lucille Barrett, brothers Wayne and Carl Love...