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Stories from Thursday, August 16, 2007

Sworn In (08/16/07)
At Clay County Circuit Court Tuesday afternoon, Clay County Sheriff Mike Heaton shakes hands with newly sworn in Chief Deputy Rob Gambill as Clay County Clerk Mary Brown watches. Gambill is replacing Doug Barr as chief deputy. Heaton said that Barr recently left the sheriff's department to take a position with the Indiana Gaming Commission...
Area youth perform well at state fair (08/16/07)
INDIANAPOLIS -- Indiana State Fair officials recently released the results from the gardening projects among other projects. Several Clay County youngsters fared well in gardening at the state fair this year. Two youth received merit honors in vegetables this year...
Queen candidates treated to tea (08/16/07)
The Popcorn Festival queen contestants -- along with their mothers -- were treated to an afternoon of tea Aug. 12 at the Elks Lodge, Brazil, and hosted by the Ladies of the Elks, Sue Tipton, Beryl Schlegel, Kay McDonald and Nel Ramey. Vice President Janice Cox opened with a welcome and introduction of last year's queen, Heather Palmer, and this year's pageant director Melissa Medaris, who is the current first runner-up...
Back to school! (08/16/07)
Monday marked the first day of the 2007-08 school year for the Clay Community School Corporation. After a summer of fun, separation anxiety got the best of Morghan Miller (middle) on the first day of all-day kindergarten at Staunton Elementary on Wednesday. Morghan was listening to new teacher Denelle Dupin while her father, Scott Miller, sat beside her...
VFW fish fry this Saturday (08/16/07)
A fire gutted the Shonk-Dierforf Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 6606 in Clay City, on June 29, but it didn't dampen the veterans' desire to rebuild their post. "We are meeting Aug. 20 to decide if we are going to renovate the old post building or rebuild an entire new post," Post Commander Butch McVicar said Wednesday. "The building may be gone but we want people to know that we will be continuing with all our community functions and group meetings."...
Reunions (08/16/07)
STEVENSON REUNION Submitted by Wilma Cochran The annual reunion of the descendants of William T. and Anna C. (Moss) Stevenson, was held on Satuday, August 4, 2007 at the Cory Community Building in Cory. We enjoyed the change to Saturday, and felt we had a good attendance. ...
Knights' eyes on the volleyball prize (08/16/07)
All indications point to this being the year that Northview's volleyball team finally could cash in on all the experience and talent that they've been building the last several years. The Knights won 26 games last year with a junior dominated lineup, but lost in the semifinals of the sectional which left a hollow feeling inside fans and players alike despite winning another conference championship...
Lola Margaret "Peg" Hardman Parrish (08/16/07)
Lola Margaret "Peg" Hardman Parrish, 88, Greencastle, formerly of Cloverland, died Monday, Aug. 13, 2007, at Putnam County Hospital. Born July 5, 1919, in Cloverland, she was the daughter of William Martin and Blanche Kauble Hardman. She married Robert Joseph Parrish on Sept. 14, 1938...
Public Record 8-16-07 (08/16/07)
Clay County Courthouse The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse Aug. 15: Small Claims Scott C. Kellett and Melody A. Kellett Vs. Breann N. Taylor and American Family Insurance Group: Civil Tort Clear View Windows, Inc. Vs. Joey Lovett: Small Claims...
Harmony Happenings (08/16/07)
Harmony Happenings will not be seen this week and will return next week.
Brazil Buzz (08/16/07)
I don't know about you, but I am having trouble dealing with my outside chores in this heat and humidity. The yard looks terrible. Soon I will be offering up grass hay for the taking, if I don't get out of coolness coming from the air conditioners in this old house. I am mentally exhausted just thinking about all that needs done. I must stop procrastinating. That's not as it should be...