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Stories from Friday, April 14, 2006

Stone company, cited by IDEM, has cleaned up its act, owners say (04/14/06)
- "We're not happy that we have discolored water going into Craig Park, but it really has not caused the whole pond to look discolored. We have been assured that it is okay." Brazil Parks and Recreation Board President Ruthann Jeffries A Brazil company charged with violating state environmental rules has already cleaned up its act, according to its owners...
School Board (04/14/06)
Highlights of the business transacted at the Clay Community Schools board meeting Thursday include: - Pilot waiver program at Clay City Jr/Sr High School Information is still being gathered by the Board concerning Clay City Jr./Sr. High School's implementation of a semester exam waiver program for perfect attendance. It will be similar to the one being used presently at Northview High School...
Many voters will have new polling places (04/14/06)
You might call it the "Polling Place Shuffle." Voters in six of Clay County's 23 precincts will cast their ballots in new locations this year, beginning with the May 2 primary and school board elections. County Clerk Mary Brown made the changes after evaluating the accessibility of each facility...
In his own words (04/14/06)
- Vanatti running for Clay County delegate Dear Fellow Brazil and Clay County Citizens, I am about to take a challenge in my young life. Before I introduce you to that challenge that I am asking you to help me on, I would like to introduce myself. I am a junior at Indiana State University. My concentration of study is criminology with a minor in psychology. In 2004 I graduated from Northview High School. I have been very involved in my community...
Eight-year-old female go-cart driver involved in Sunday accident (04/14/06)
Around 5:30 p.m. Sunday, Clay County Sheriff's Deputies Jason Frazier and Josh Clarke responded to a two-vehicle accident involving an 8-year-old female juvenile driving a go-cart in Harmony. Debora L. Hinkle, 48, Greencastle, was traveling east on U.S. 40 in a 1997 Dodge RAM pickup truck and was unable to avoid hitting a go-cart that entered the roadway from Barnett Street after attempting to avoid collision by swerving away from it...
AMY OLEAN STEVENSON (04/14/06)
Amy Olean Stevenson, 91, of Brazil passed away April 13, 2006, at 8:20 a.m. at Cloverleaf Healthcare Facility. She had been a resident there for only one week. She was born August 10, 1914, in Putnam County the daughter of Otto B. Sawyer and Ocie Thomas Sawyer. ...
CAROL JOAN LANKFORD (04/14/06)
Carol Joan Lankford, 79, of Clay City passed away at 10:10 a.m. April 13, 2006, at her residence. She was born January 14, 1927, in Clay County, Indiana the daughter of Samuel E. Horn and Gladys Bennell Horn. She was a 1945 graduate of Clay City High School. September 6, 1946 she married Warren Dale Lankford, he preceded her in death April 6, 2005...
Charles C. Littlejohn (04/14/06)
Charles C. Littlejohn, 84, of Avon, Indiana died April 13, 2006, in Danville, Indiana. Born in Brazil, he was the son of Homer and Margaret (Fisher) Littlejohn. Survivors include his wife, Doris Lewis Littlejohn; daughter, Karen Lasky; son, John Littlejohn; brother, Homer Littlejohn Jr.; sisters, Dorothy Bowman and Reulah Patterson; and grandchildren, Tyler and Mikayla Lasky...