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Stories from Thursday, June 1, 2006

Last Man's Club bury time capsule at courthouse (06/01/06)
Last Man's Club (Korean Era) No. 5 President John Forrest, Chaplain Gene Mathews and Vice-president Glenn Lawson prepare to dig the hole in the Clay County Courthouse lawn for their Memorial Time Capsule in honor of the various branches of military and their service to the United States. ...
Clay County Commissioners (06/01/06)
- Parking lot of new Clay Coutnty Justice Center already in need of repair Thanks, but no thanks. The Clay County Board of Commissioners has decided the parking lot of the new Clay County Justice Center needs more than a partial resurfacing. The commissioners voted Tuesday to reject an offer from Wabash Valley Asphalt, the Hannig Construction subcontractor responsible for the asphalt job, to resurface and seal portions of the lot to achieve a "reasonably seamless appearance." County officials had roundly criticized the lot's appearance and workmanship since the facility was completed. ...
Northview's principal resigns (06/01/06)
If you were offered a job within walking distance from your house, doing the same type of work for more money, less hassles and better benefits - but you'd have to leave behind people that you have come to admire and respect to do it - would you take it?...
School Board (06/01/06)
Wednesday evening's Clay Community School Board of Trustee's meeting turned out to be "much a'do about nothing." Warned in advance that the Board wasn't going to hire anyone and that there wasn't going to be any jobs created at this meeting, more than 120 people, many teachers dressed in black, listened for 15 minutes as Board members Steve Grigsby, Jim Guy, Joe Thomas, Ted Jackson, Terry Barr and Dottie King discussed the fact that three job descriptions needed to be updated...
County performs well at boys track regional (06/01/06)
Carey Fox photos (Top) Northview's 4X100 relay team of Devon Chamberlain (front) and Broc Miller (back) along with Shawn Hardey and Brian Walden finished eighth. (Bottom) Clay City's Andrew Marrs finished in 13th place at the Evansville Central Regional last week with a throw of 129-9. The Eels' senior also was 13th in the shotput...
KENNETH TIMBS (06/01/06)
Kenneth Timbs, 72, of Seelyville, died at 11:41 p.m. Tuesday, May 30, 2006 at Union Hospital in Terre Haute. He was born Sept. 8, 1933 in West Terre Haute, the son of Noel H. and Elva McQueen Timbs. He graduated from Concannan High School and attended college before joining the U.S. Army. He was honorably discharged from military service Feb. 14, 1954 as a Sergeant...
Betty Jane Hamilton Summers (06/01/06)
Betty Jane Hamilton Summers, 84, of Carmel, Indiana, died May 29, 2006. Betty was born April 14, 1922, in Harmony, Indiana to Andrew and Rose Britton Hamilton. They preceded her in death along with her sister, Kathryn Clark, and her brother, Joe Hamilton. She was a 1940 graduate of Van Buren High School...
Loretta McDivitt (06/01/06)
Loretta McDivitt, 57, of Brazil, died unexpectedly May 31, 2006 at 10:32 a.m. at her residence. She was born July 10, 1948, in Dubois, Pennsylvania, the daughter of Charles E. McDivitt and Margaret Anna McKenna McDivitt. In her working career, she was employed at Steel Industry in Crawfordsville, Dow Chemical in Indianapolis and at Errol Drape also in Indianapolis. She had lived in the Brazil area for five years...