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Stories from Wednesday, July 18, 2007

Students take part in walk-a-thon (07/18/07)
Staunton Elementary School students, with assistance from the PTO, brought in more than $3,000 as they finished out the 2006-07 school year with a new fitness and fundraising activity. After observing other Clay County schools conduct successful walk-a-thons, the Staunton Parent Teacher Organization decided to organize one as an end-of-the-year activity for the students...
Freese leaving post; Raybould taking over (07/18/07)
Doing what is in the best interest of a family can take precedent over any job, especially for current Clay County Public Health Nurse Jennifer Freese. Freese will be vacating her position on July 24, but is taking the time to train her replacement, Sheryl Raybould...
BMV issues extension for licences (07/18/07)
Computer issues prevented branches of the Bureau of Motor Vehicles across the state from completing transactions Saturday, but they are working to help inconvenienced customers. "The problem involved a router within the state computer network," BMV spokesman Greg Cook said. "This hardware problem was not solely in the BMV network."...
Charges amended for two area youths (07/18/07)
Charges were amended for two juveniles arrested earlier this month for possession of stolen property. Cody A. Airhart, 17, Carbon, and Aaron C. Krout, 17, Brazil, appeared in Clay Circuit Court Monday, both pleading not guilty to the charges they faced...
Area youth compete in 4-H fashion revue (07/18/07)
For 15-year-old Chelsea Joyner, modeling in 4-H has become as regular to her as someone watching their favorite television show. The Jasonville native is in her sixth year of modeling in the Clay County 4-H Fashion Revue. On Tuesday, she said she enjoys getting the chance to step onto the stage and strut her stuff...
Northview hosts girls soccer mini-camp (07/18/07)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor In the twilight at Northview High School, members of the girls' soccer team competed in drills under the watchful eyes of not only head coach Tony Alstott, but Danielle Smith as well. Smith was leading the way as the athletes, some with experience while others were just getting their feet wet in the sport, literally, after morning and afternoon rains saturated the area...
Three golfers shoot aces in par-3 tourney (07/18/07)
Staff Reports The Northview girls golf team hosted a Par-3 tournament at Forest Park Golf Course last weekend to benefit the squad as they prepare for play this summer and fall. In the tourney, three golfers recorded a hole-in-one on separate holes during play...
Edwin Russell Walker (07/18/07)
Edwin Russell Walker of Brazil passed away after a long illness with cancer on Monday, July 16, 2007. Born May 6, 1928, in Petersburg, Penn., he was the son of Russell and Kathleen Steele Walker. The family located in Brazil in 1943. Ed graduated from Brazil High School, Class of 1946. After serving in the U.S. Army of occupation in Korea, he returned to Brazil and was employed by Walter Evans at Old Glory Flag and Decorating Company...
William "Bill" Pershing Black (07/18/07)
William "Bill" Pershing Black, 58, loving husband of Connie Diane Schopmeyer Black, died suddenly and unexpectedly July 14, at Greenville Memorial Hospital, Greenville, S.C. Born on Aug. 13, 1948, in North Vernon, he was the son of Lavonne and Howard Black...