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Friday, July 25, 2014

Stories from Wednesday, January 4, 2006

ABC temporarily off local cable-TV (01/04/06)
- Good news for Colts fans: Post-season games will be on CBS and Fox By FRANK PHILLIPS frankphi@hotmail.com Watching TV over the weekend wasn't as easy as ABC. Especially if you were trying to watch ABC on the Brazil cable-TV system Saturday night...
In Brief (01/04/06)
The first board of county commissioners and county council meetings of the new year saw a slew of appointments to the various boards and commissions comprising Clay County's government. -Commissioner's Attorney-- the commissioners re-appointed Eric Somheil to serve as the board's legal counsel...
Newest firefighter (01/04/06)
Greg Sanders of Brazil is sworn in by Mayor Tom Arthur and Brazil City Fire Chief Tobey Archer Tuesday as the newest member of the BCFD. Sanders was hired along with Stoney Fisher and Troy McQueen, who were both sworn in late last week. A table-saw accident prompted the Public Employees Retirement Fund Board to delay their approval of his application, and Sanders' swearing-in ceremony was delayed until Tuesday. ...
Malfunctioning doors, other problems lead commissioners to not sign off on new jail (01/04/06)
The Clay County Board of Commissioners declined to sign off on a substantial completion form for the new Clay County Jail Tuesday. The commissioners instead opted to hold the form, an official acknowledgment that the facility is ready to accommodate prisoners and staff, until their February session...
Union downs Eels in Greene County Tourney opener (01/04/06)
SWITZ CITY -- The last time Clay City and Union meet on the hardwood was back on December 2 and the result was a 57-47 victory over the Eels. On Tuesday, the two teams faced off in the first round of the Daily World Greene County Invitational Tournament with a far different outcome than before...
Northview girls continue winning streak (01/04/06)
Carey Fox photo Spring Raines drives to the basket for two of her 14 points in Tuesday's win over Greencastle. Raines also had three rebounds and several steals in the game. Coming back after the holidays, the Northview girls basketball team put together three strong defensive quarters and got enough offense to pull away from visiting Greencastle, 46-27 in the Knights' first game since Dec. 19...