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Stories from Tuesday, August 14, 2007

Parents and students arrive at NCMS for Step-up day (08/14/07)
A large crowd of concerned parents and apprehensive students packed the commons area at North Clay Middle School on Monday for Step-up day. Step-up day is a day of orientation for incoming sixth-grade students to familiarize them with the set-up of the school and other new challenges that they'll face in a new school environment...
AARP program now serving broader range of job seekers (08/14/07)
AARP Foundation WorkSearch, formerly AARP Senior Employment, now serves a broader range of mature job seekers with their new WorkSearch Assessment System, which identifies suitable job choices based on one's interests, personal characteristics, skills and experiences...
NHS to offer new student computer system (08/14/07)
Parents of Northview students should be prepared for a big shock this year when students come home from school and are really excited with their English classes. This year is the first year with a new type of classroom. The one-on-one classroom is set up so that each student has their own computer screen...
Shelter director reacts to guilty plea (08/14/07)
Although a Bowling Green man recently pled guilty in Clay Superior Court to four counts of animal cruelty to horses, Clay County Humane Society Shelter Director Matt Moss, who was involved in the case, is upset for another reason. "Instead of letting things get out of hand, letting a problem escalate beyond a point of no return, people really need to call us when they are experiencing problems in taking care of their animals," Moss said. ...
Housing Authority offers help to those in need (08/14/07)
Sometimes people need a little help. That's what the employees at the Brazil Housing Authority (BHA) believe, and they do what they can. Created in 1967 and physically established in 1973 with the building of the first public housing building, Cooper Towers, the BHA has helped many residents find affordable housing...
Home detention program going strong (08/14/07)
Non-violent offenders do not always deserve to be incarcerated for their crimes, but still need to be punished, which is where home detention comes into play. Home detention is a less restrictive punishment where offenders may still earn an income for themselves and their families...
Volleyball team opens with win (08/14/07)
Knights volleyball opens with win MOORESVILLE -- There's nothing like opening the season with a victory, especially when it comes against a team that is in your sectional. The Northview volleyball teams traveled to Mooresville on Monday evening and came away with a varsity and junior varsity victory against the Pioneers...
Knights officially kick off soccer season (08/14/07)
Part of building depth in a sports program is gaining live game experience through all levels of play. So Monday's junior varsity contest for the Northview boys is a step toward the future of the team. Visiting Southmont was able to garner a 3-0 victory over the Knights but Northview's play gained steam throughout according to varsity head coach Don Bryan...
Rowena S. Wylie (08/14/07)
Rowena S. Wylie, 65, Brazil, died at 3:05 p.m., Monday, Aug. 13, 2007, at Asbury Towers, Greencastle, Ind. Funeral arrangements are pending at Moore Funeral Home, Brazil. Visit www.moore-funeral-homes.com to send condolences to the family or for more information...
Hazel M. Quick (08/14/07)
Hazel M. Quick, 94, Brazil, died at 7:05 a.m., Monday, Aug. 13, 2007, at Holly Hills Health Care Facility. Born Oct. 2, 1912, in Hillsdale, Ind., she was the daughter of Charles Frederick Farner and Nina Ethel Smith Farner. She graduated in 1932 from Montezuma High School...
Evelyn Ilene McClain (08/14/07)
Evelyn Ilene McClain, 77, Frankfort, formerly of Clay County, died at 9:45 a.m., Wednesday, at her residence. Born May 27, 1930, in Carbon, she was the daughter of John Robert and Fay (Tribble) Egloff. She graduated from Van Buren High School in 1948 as co-valedictorian. She received her bachelor's degree from Indiana State Teacher's College in 1952 and her master's in 1953...
Mary Jayne Bozeman Davidson (08/14/07)
Mary Jayne Bozeman Davidson, 93, Brazil, died at 6:50 a.m., Sunday, Aug. 12, 2007, at Clay Health Center in Brazil. Born Feb. 23, 1914, in Brazil, she was the daughter of Ralph and Elizabeth Miller Monce. She graduated from Brazil High School in 1931...
Shawna Diann Cubel (08/14/07)
Shawna Diann Cubel, 37, Brazil, died at 11:45 a.m., Monday, Aug. 13, 2007. Born June 2, 1970, she was the daughter of Donald Francis and Donna England Cubel. She attended Northview High School and continued her education at Ivy Tech College. She had been employed with her family in the ceramic flooring business. She was a member of the Rock Run Church...
Cevert W. "Sonny" Bridgewater (08/14/07)
Cevert W. "Sonny" Bridgewater, 70, Brazil, went home to be with Jesus, Friday, August 10, 2007, at his home following an extended illness. Born July 30, 1937, in Brazil, he was the son of William Jasper and Norma Elizabeth Steele Bridgewater. He was united in marriage to Carole Ann Rollo on July 20, 1958...
Public Recotrd 8-14-07 (08/14/07)
Clay County Courthouse Small Claims Catrena Johnson Vs. Jay Reed and Amy Reed: Small Claims Herman Bell Vs. Julie Zickafoose: Small Claims West Central Services Vs. Jerry D. Wall: Small Claims West Central Services Vs. Perry L. Hoffman: Small Claims...
Fall Webworm Season is Here (08/14/07)
Fall webworm is most often discovered when the unsightly, light gray, silken webs on the trees in late summer and early fall are observed. Although not real common, webs can cover the entire tree and consume all leaves in the process. To make matters worse, while these caterpillars defoliate trees they leave behind a massive amounts of black fecal pellets. ...