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Stories from Monday, April 24, 2006

Drug sweep nets suspects from three counties (04/24/06)
Residents need to show ID before voting (04/24/06)
By ANDY MCCAMMON tamccammon1@yahoo.com Got ID? If not, voting in the May 2 primary and school board elections may be impossible (or, at the very least, much more complicated). With the elections just a week away, there are a few things Clay County voters need to know to ensure an efficient and painless trip to the polls...
Two vehicles collide Sunday (04/24/06)
By IVY HERRON missivy1964@yahoo.com Around 4:30 p.m., Sunday, a 911 call to the Clay County Sheriff's Department reported a rear end collision involving two vehicles just south of the intersection of North C.R 750 N. and S.R. 59. Driving a 1992 Chevy Truck, Aaron Stewart, 23, of Brazil, was attempting to turn into a driveway on the east side of the highway when he was struck from behind by a 1993 Honda Accord...
Meyer to be honored for 35 years of service (04/24/06)
By FRANK PHILLIPS frankphi@hotmail.com Charles Meyer, of Bowling Green, has been watching the weather for a long-time. In fact, the National Weather Service (NWS) has been using his observations for 35 years. When you read or hear precipitation totals for Clay County, such as the recent 7-plus inches of snow, that made Clay County the snowiest location in the state, you can thank Meyer for his faithful contribution to weather record-keeping...
3 more arrested on drug-related charges (04/24/06)
By IVY HERRON missivy1964@yahoo.com As promised after Thursday's drug sweep, members of the drug task force teams continued to track down and arrest more suspects over the weekend. Shortly before 3 p.m. Friday, the Clay County Sheriff's Department was assisted by members of the Brazil City Police Department in serving an arrest warrant for Failure to Appear to Richard Clark Jr. at his home, 8210 N. C.R. 200 W...
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Bellmont able to hold off Knights in championship game (04/24/06)
Staff Reports The Comeback Knights finally met their match for a day, failing to make a rally against Bellmont in the championship game of the Northview Invitational on Saturday. Northview has made a habit of rallying for wins during a 9-0 start this year, but on Saturday, Class 3A No. 5 Bellmont got a complete game four hitter from Kraig Miller to hand Northview their first loss of the year, 3-0...
Anderson pulls away for LPS sprint win (04/24/06)
-Goodman edges out McCullough in super stock win By CAREY FOX Redwood17257@yahoo.com Never was it more important to have a top spot on the 'A' main grid than at Lincoln Park Speedway on Saturday evening. With a track that held little moisture by the evening, passing became a struggle and more importance lie in good braking through the corners and a quick trip down the straights...
Clay City can't translate hits into runs versus Turkey Run (04/24/06)
Staff Reports Despite a a pair of two hit afternoons from Emily Reed and Chelsea Hane, the Clay City Eels weren't able to translate those hits to the scoreboard in a 4-1 Saturday loss to Turkey Run. Reed doubled and drove in the Eels lone run and Hane had three stolen bases while Kayla Baumgartner had a hit, scored the Eels' run and stole two bases...
JAMES EDWARD COVEY (04/24/06)
James Edward "Little Eddie" Covey, 35, of Poland died Thursday, April 20, 2006, in Methodist Hospital, Indianapolis. He was born Feb. 25, 1971, at Noblesville, Indiana, to Ed and Judy (Summers) McCay Covey. He was a factory worker. Survivors include his fiancee, Carrie Pryor; his father, Ed Covey; his mother Judy (Dan) McCay; a daughter, Chelsey Covey; four brothers, Greg Ashby, Brad Ashby, Bruce Ashby and Matt Piper; three sisters, Tina Pharis, Christi Covey and Sherry Townsend; his grandfather, Richard B. ...