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Stories from Tuesday, October 10, 2006

Dallas, Tincher heat up last session of forum (10/10/06)
Diane Dierks photo Republican challenger Reid Dallas speaks at Monday night's Candidates' Forum at the Clay County Fairgrounds. Seated is the incumbent, Democrat Vern Tincher. By DIANE DIERKS cddierks@yahoo.com The question and answer session looked more like the Congressional "Bloody 8th" than the State 46th Monday night...
Rose-Hulman gets laser lab (10/10/06)
A new $1 million high energy, laser laboratory at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology will enable faculty and students to use the latest in ultrashort pulse laser technology for applications that include improving military defense systems, detecting biological and chemical agents, and commercial uses in the biomedical and communications fields...
Parent-teacher conferences mean some schedule changes (10/10/06)
Clay Community Schools will hold individual parent/teacher conferences for all parents with children in preschool, including the LEAAP Program, through the sixth grade. Clay City Elementary will continue conferences for kindergarten through sixth grade, whereas, the six other elementary schools will conference only through the fifth grade...
Rita Rothrock running unopposed (10/10/06)
Democrat Rita Rothrock, is running unopposed for County Council District 1.
Taxes and public education are important (10/10/06)
Democrat incumbent Clyde Kersey speaks during candidate introductions. He said property taxes and public education are two very important issues he is addressing in his campaign for District 43 State Representative.
'My position is ..." (10/10/06)
Reid Dallas, Republican challenger for District 46 State Representative, speaks with Allen Cooprider after the candidates' forum Monday evening.
Talking -- schools? (10/10/06)
Democrat Incumbent District 46 State Representative Vern Tincher talks to Terry Barr after the Candidates' Forum Monday evening. Barr is a member of the Clay Community Schools Board of Trustees.
Coffee break (10/10/06)
Diane Dierks photo The crowd takes a break for coffee and doughnuts during the Candidates' Forum at the Clay County fairgrounds on Monday evening. The event was sponsored by The Brazil Times, Clay County Farm Bureau and the Clay County Chamber of Commerce...
Sheriff's candidates agree on some issues (10/10/06)
Ivy Herron photo Forum moderator Frank Phillips, the managing editor of The Brazil Times, prepares to read an audience question to Mike Heaton, Rob Gambill and Larry Pierce, candidates for Clay County Sheriff at the candidate's forum at the Clay County Fairgrounds Monday evening...
44th District men seek office (10/10/06)
- Amos Thomas, Richard Thompson are candidates for 44th District State Representative By JASON JACOBS bigjake9160@yahoo.com Candidates for Indiana's 44th District State Representative seat answered questions on privatization of state projects and other issues Monday night...
Judge addresses forum (10/10/06)
Ivy Herron photo Clay Superior Court Judge Blaine Akers addresses the audience at Monday's Candidates' Forum. He asked the county for support in the war on drugs.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month (10/10/06)
Jason Jacobs photo In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Aames Title and Closings presents employees of Riddell National Bank With Think Pink goodie bags Friday morning, which was National Pink Day. Pictured are Jackie Mitchell, manager of Aames Title and Closings; Jessica Neese and Lana Lucas, Riddell National Bank; Allyson Slesinski, Aames Title and Closings; Cathy Girton and Jane Benell, Riddell National Bank...
Karyn Keeley (10/10/06)
Karyn went home to be with the Lord in September. Karyn was a former staff member at the House of Hope. The House of Hope on U.S. 40 welcomed Karyn's friends at a service on Saturday, Oct. 7, at 7:30 p.m.