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Stories from Tuesday, August 7, 2007

Knights running towards big goals for upcoming season (08/07/07)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor 'Quality not quantity' is a phrase that applies to the Northview girl's cross-country team this season. They are also hoping that their quality can advance them a couple steps farther than last year's berth in the Brown County Regional...
Council to send out storm water survey (08/07/07)
CARBON -- During the third phase of a grant application for a storm water project, the Carbon Town Council is sending out surveys looking for community support for the project. Council members Josephine Rightsell, Dave McFaddin and Dennis Rightsell approved a $901,000 project proposal by LADD Engineering Inc., Lebanon, Ind., that will divert excess storm water away from the town after heavy rains...
Commissioners mull over reassessment (08/07/07)
Reassessment was the main topic of discussion at Monday's regular meeting of the Clay County Commissioners. Clay County Assessor Mark Barnhart informed the council that he recommended the services of Tyler Technologies/CLT Division to conduct the reassessment...
Officials preparing for Carmichael exhibit (08/07/07)
According to retired Clay Community Schools teacher and current secretary of the Brazil Park Board Caroline McCullough, the city is lucky to be one of the few entities selected to host the Hoagy Carmichael Sculpture and Educational Tour. "I hope hundreds of Brazil area residents, young and old alike, show up for the musical program and unveiling of the Hoagy Carmichael statue," she said. "It presents an excellent opportunity to re-educate ourselves about the musical greatness of Hoagy."...
Property tax statements to be mailed this month (08/07/07)
The approximate 26,000 Clay County property tax statements should be in the mail by the end of the month, but local residents can pay their taxes now. "We're just starting to print the forms as of today. We are shooting to have them in the mail by the end of the month," interim Clay County Treasurer C.R. Boyd said Monday. "But, we do have the bill information here and people can stop by and pay them now if they want to."...
Council approves bridge measure (08/07/07)
The Clay County Council handed out additional appropriations for various county needs at its meeting Monday night. For needs associated with bridge work, the council approved a total of $96,840 from the Cumulative Bridge Fund for culverts, rock, a tank car, and work on Bridges 230 and 239...
Vandals destroy mailboxes (08/07/07)
During a vandalism spree sometime Sunday night, someone smashed or completely ripped mailboxes from stands throughout rural Clay County. "I'm sure that when people left this morning to go to work they didn't notice any damage," Deputy Jason Frazier said about the case Monday. "We're just waiting right now for people to get home from work to get their mail, discover the damage and then make a report."...
Jan Etta Diane Paullus (08/07/07)
Jan Etta Diane Paullus, 59, Brazil, died at 7:10 a.m., Monday, Aug. 6, 2007, at her home surrounded by her family. Born Nov. 11, 1947, in Clay County, she was the daughter of William Gale and Norma Jones Atkinson. She attended Annunciation Catholic School and was a graduate of Brazil High School...
Wanetta Helen Girton (08/07/07)
Wanetta Helen Girton, 88, Brazil, died at 2:15 p.m., Aug. 6, 2007, at Union Hospital, Terre Haute, following an extended illness. Born March 1, 1919, in Clay County, she was the daughter of Edward and Pearl Mullins Phillips. She worked for many years as a hand packer at the Pillsbury plant in Seelyville...
Public Record 8-7-07 (08/07/07)
Clay County Justice Center The following jail bookings occurred at the Clay County Justice Center during Aug. 5-6: Gilleland, Randy E., 27: WARRANT: Petition to revoke probation King, Mary Kathryn, 40: WARRANT: Public intoxication Turner, Michael Lee, 49: WARRANT: Petition to revoke probation...
Start Pumping (08/07/07)
Both Owen and Clay counties, being rural areas, have a high percentage of homes with septic systems rather than public sanitary sewer systems. In Indiana, more than one-third of all homes are on septic systems also known as private onsite waste disposal systems. ...