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Stories from Wednesday, April 26, 2006

City Council in other business: (04/26/06)
In other business discussed at Tuesday's Brazil City Council meeting: - The council approved 5-0 "A Resolution Endorsing the Homeowner Repair & Improvement Program from the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority." The resolution states the program is expected to grant $11,000 per property to repair about 20 homes in the city. The resolution passed 5-0 and instructs the City Planning Administrator to apply for the grant...
Forum to feature candidates (04/26/06)
Clay County candidates' forums tend to draw large crowds and tonight should be no exception. As far as most voters are concerned there are only two real races in the May 2 primary/school board election. There are two candidates for sheriff in the Democratic Primary. Sheriff Mike Heaton is unopposed in the Republican primary. But there are several candidates to choose from in Clay Community Schools board election...
Volunteer recognized by National Weather Service for 35 years of keeping records (04/26/06)
Way back in 1971, a neighbor of Bowling Green-area farmer Charlie Meyer asked him if he would mind taking over his duties as an official observer for the National Weather Service. "He was getting old and couldn't do it anymore, and he asked me if I'd pick it up," Meyer said...
Preliminary action taken to welcome new drug store (04/26/06)
Ivy Herron photo The site of the proposed Walgreens store will be south of Hardees, east of French Funeral Home and north of the LEAAP Center. The drug store will be built on this rectangle of land from National Avenue to Jackson Street and east of Lambert Street to where the Clay County Resource Center now stands. ...
Knights squeeze by Arrows (04/26/06)
Through their first 10 games, the Northview Knights averaged 12 runs. Coach Gary Witham appeared to be the only one thinking about pitching and defense. All that changed Tuesday night. J.J. Smerdel pitched a one-hit shutout while being supported by error-free defense in a 1-0 victory over the visiting Sullivan Golden Arrows...
Northview JV drop decision to Pioneers (04/26/06)
Northview's JV baseball squad dropped another tough decision on Monday evening, falling 6-5 on the road to Mooresville. The Knights have lost their last three games by a total of five runs. Matt Deakins pitched solidly in the start for the Knights while Nick Lancaster came in in relief and got the hard luck loss in extra innings...
Softball freshman down Braves (04/26/06)
The Northview freshman softball squad remained unbeaten on Monday night, jumping on Terre Haute South for an 11-1 victory. Shelby Colson got the victory on the mound, going the distance and allowing just one hit while striking out six Braves. At the plate, Erica Lee led the way with a pair of ringing doubles while Erica Matson, Ashlyn Yocom, Kirsten Kimball and Colson all had singles in the victory...
Knights and Eels split on the track (04/26/06)
Carey Fox photos (Left) Clay City's Rachael Narlock races home for a win in the 300 hurdles while (right) James Grounds takes the 1,600 meters. CLAY CITY -- Field events played a big key in determining a 3-way track meet between Clay City, Northview and WRV on Tuesday afternoon...
Clay City overcomes Miners in softball thriller (04/26/06)
Carey Fox photo Clay City's Lindsay Moss slides home with a run on the way to an Eels win over Linton on Tuesday. Moss also doubled twice and drove home a pair of runs. CLAY CITY -- Perhaps just the remedy for Clay City's softball team is playing in the cloudy and chilly weather that presented itself on Tuesday evening...
MARK JEFFERY MARTIN (04/26/06)
Mark Jeffery Martin, 45, of Ferndale, Indiana, died at 8:07 p.m. Wednesday, April 19, 2006, in the emergency room at St. Vincent Clay Hospital in Brazil. He was born April 22, 1960, in Gary, Indiana, as the son of Robert Louis Martin and Shirley Gordon Martin...