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Stories from Thursday, October 26, 2006

Northview HS Memorial Garden blooms (10/26/06)
Submitted photo Northview High School Junior Michael Gallion stands in front of the memorial stone to honor students and faculty members who have died while attending or on staff at the school since 1988. Gallion took on the task of organizing and completing the flower garden around the stone as part of his Eagle Scout project...
Redevelopment Commission discuss improvements on vacant property (10/26/06)
By DIANE DIERKS cddierks@yahoo.com Members of the Clay County Redevelopment Commission met Wednesday evening to discuss possible improvements to the Gasway/Arketex property located on North Meridian St. across from the Youth Football League field. The grounds once housed a factory, but the property is now vacant and is not in usable condition...
Clay County Sheriff's Department help introduce re-entry program (10/26/06)
Ivy Herron photo Clay County Sheriff Mike Heaton takes Indiana Department of Correction Commissioner J. David Donahue on a tour of the Clay County Justice Center after a press conference announcing the new Clay County Re-Entry Program. The program is designed to prepare prison inmates for successful re-entry into their hometown communities in the Wabash Valley...
Forest Park hosting Haunted Happenings (10/26/06)
Brazil hasn't had a real good scare at a local haunted house for what seems like forever. This Halloween, the Christmas in the Park committee will fill that void. "It's been so long since the YMCA had its haunted house at the old MacGregor House and even longer since the Jaycees had its haunted house above Lynn's Pharmacy. Christmas in the Park decided it was time to give it a try," said Linda Ray, committee president...
In their own words ...Mary Jo Alumbaugh, candidate for Clay County Auditor (10/26/06)
My name is Mary Jo Alumbaugh, and I am the Democrat candidate for County Auditor. My plan for the Auditor's Office is to offer all the citizens of Clay County friendly and cooperative access to the office, assure a good working relationship with all other elected officials and assist the Council and Commissioners in making the best use of the County's financial resources...
In their own words ...Mark Adamson, candidate for Posey Township Trustee (10/26/06)
I am running for re-election for Posey Township Trustee because I want to continue helping the Townships most important asset - the Volunteer Fire Department! Having been on the Department as an active firefighter from 1979-1997, I realize that it costs more money to operate the Department than fundraisers can generate. ...
In their own words ...Graham T. House candidate for Clay County Commissioner (10/26/06)
I'm Graham T. House, Democratic candidate for Clay County Commissioner. I'm the second oldest son of the late James House and Mary Wright, who still resides in Brazil. I'm a 1970 graduate of Shakamak High School, a lifelong resident of Clay County. I married Marcella Lucas, the daughter of the late Harley and Genevieve Lucas of Clay City...
Area Trick-or-Treat hours (10/26/06)
By IVY HERRON missivy1964@yahoo.com Are your children ready to scare up some candy treats while having some spooky fun? Area city and town officials have announced the following designated days and times for trick-or-treating this Halloween: -Brazil and Knightsville's resident goblins and ghouls can trick-or-treat Oct. 30 - 31, between the hours of 6 - 8 p.m., while Staunton children can trick-or-treat until 9 p.m. both days...
Northview Marching Band places second at State contest (10/26/06)
Photo Brogyn Mullinix and Tracy Morris Congratulations Northview! The Marching Knights brought home the First Runner Up trophy from the Indiana State School Music Association Class B State Championship, held at the RCA dome on Saturday, Oct. 21. The Northview Marching Knights have earned 6 State Championships and 6 First Runner Up finishes in the 23 year history of the band...
Local elementary student and dog to perform "Frankenstein" (10/26/06)
Van Buren Elementary 4th-grader Taylor Moore -- who loves the theatre, likes to sing and play with her dog, Lucy -- will be performing with her minature Schnauzer in the production of "Frankenstein" at Rose Hulman Institute on Oct 27 - 28 and Nov. 3 - 4...