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Stories from Thursday, October 12, 2006

Shadd doing well after surgery (10/12/06)
Ivy Herron photo North Clay Middle School 8th grader Shadd Revalee enjoyed the warm weather at Harmony Park with lots of friends and family members on Sunday, before entering the hospital for heart surgery on Tuesday. Shadd is sitting on top in the brown shirt with yellow letters. The group was too excited to stand still long enough to give their names, there was a game of basketball starting...
Shelters to be built at park walking track (10/12/06)
By DIANE DIERKS cddierks@yahoo.com Improvements will be made to the walking track area at Forest Park in the coming months. The Brazil City Department of Parks and Recreation met Wednesday evening at City Hall to discuss park matters. The board approved the construction of two mini-shelters to be placed inside the walking track...
Man stops for fast food, arrested for marijuana (10/12/06)
By IVY HERRON missivy1964@yahoo.com A traffic stop because of a case of the munchies led to the arrest of a Clay County man for two drug-related charges at the drive-through window of a local restaurant on Sunday. Around 10:30 p.m., Clay County Sheriff's Deputy Jerry Siddons was parked near the Burger King parking lot at the intersection of S.R. 59 and 42 when a Pontiac Fire Bird sped by with the tires spinning and squealing...
Imperial Regiment performing (10/12/06)
Glenna Dulick photo The public is invited to Clay City Imperial Regiment's exhibition performance of its 2006 program, "Feel the Burn," at 8 p.m., Friday at Clay City High School. The Clay City Band Boosters will have a spaghetti dinner Friday, 6-7:30 p.m., in the Clay City High School Auditeria. Cost of the meal is $5 for adults, $3 for children...
Weather brings early trick (10/12/06)
Diane Dierks photo Downtown drivers and pedestrians were treated to a dramatic cloud formation Wednesday afternoon before a cold front moved through the area. County authorities chose Wednesday afternoon, while the clouds were swirling and the sky was darkening, to test weather sirens. There was no weather warning, it was just a test...
Poland firefighters honored (10/12/06)
The Award of Excellence was presented to Poland Fire Members Earl Brummett, Lynette Brummett, Dianne Fields, Margaret Eisele and Robert Glaze for outstanding service to the department. During two recent fundraisers several members had tragedy strike their personal lives and left the department short handed for the events...
NHS drum major chosen (10/12/06)
Northview Band Drum Major Chelsea Whittington was chosen "Best Drum Major" in competition at Ben Davis High School on Saturday. Northview won the trophy for all over awards among 14 bands that competed.
Republicans enjoy evening out (10/12/06)
Diane Dierks photo Madona Foy, Norma Thompson, Hazel McDermont, Buzz and Dotti Burgess enjoy their dinner at the Clay County Republican Fall Dinner held Saturday at the Jackson Twp. Firehouse.