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Stories from Wednesday, April 5, 2006

In his own words (04/05/06)
Note: The Brazil Times, Clay County Farm Bureau and Clay County Chamber of Commerce are sponsoring a political forum on April 26 at the 4-H Fairgrounds. From 6 to 8 p.m., school board candidates will have two minutes to introduce themselves and be questioned in writing by the audience...
Work-release program in the works for inmates of county jail (04/05/06)
The Clay County Jail will soon allow select inmates to participate in a work-release program for the first time in nearly a decade-- but this time around, they'll be paying their own way. The county council approved Ordinance 5-2006 at its Monday session, a measure that shifts the costs associated with work release and weekend incarceration from the sheriff's department to the inmates, who have not had access to a work release program in Clay County for 10 years...
Accident causes minor damage (04/05/06)
Ivy Herron photo Around 5 p.m. Friday, vehicles involved in a two car accident at the intersection of Vandalia St. and National Ave. were quickly removed from the road by emergency personnel to clear the way for evening traffic. Several 911 calls shortly before 5 p.m. Friday mistakenly reported a vehicle involved in an two car accident had crashed through Adamson's East Side Laundry & Dry Cleaning at 711 E. National Ave...
Forest Park greens vandalized (04/05/06)
Brazil City Police crime scene photo of the damage done to Forest Park Golf Course, green No. 12, sometime in the late afternoon of March 28. If you have any information with regards to this incident, or any other case, please contact the Brazil City Police Department at 446-2211...
Big innings propel Knights to season opening victory (04/05/06)
Carey Fox photo Graig Bass rips a 3-run double during the second inning of a 10-6 season opening win for Northview. A pair of big innings were enough to overcome a bit of shaky defense for the Northview baseball team in a season opening 10-6 victory over Owen Valley on Tuesday evening...
Northview softball pounds out (04/05/06)
Andy McCammon photo Stephanie Jonson struck out nine batters in Northview's opening win. - Knights JV earns easy win The Northview Lady Knights opened the 2006 season with guns blazing, scoring 10 runs on 12 hits to dismantle Owen Valley's Patriots in four-and-a-half innings...
Eels drop season opener to Arrows in 12 innings (04/05/06)
The Clay City Eels dropped their season opener in heartbreaking fashion Monday evening, falling 5-4 to host Sullivan in 12 innings. The Eels held a tentative 4-3 lead heading into the bottom of the seventh inning before the Arrows pushed across the tying run. The Arrows were also poised to end the game in regulation play, but the Eels got out of a no out jam with runners in scoring position...
Linda Lue (Parkins) Sylvester (04/05/06)
On April 3, 2006, at 4:30 a.m. Linda Lue (Parkins) Sylvester passed away. We lost a loving wife, mother, sister and friend. She was born on April 1, 1951. She is survived by her husband, William Joseph Sylvester, son, Timothy Paul Sylvester, grand-children, Chase, Kayla, and Blake, as well as twin sister, Sinda Sue, sisters, Paula, Bettyanne, and brother, Jerry...