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Stories from Thursday, September 6, 2007

BREAKING NEWS (09/06/07)
Clay County Sheriff's Department confiscated more then $4,000 of allegedly stolen merchandise, most of which was tobacco products, during a routine traffic stop on State Road 59 around 3:30 a.m., Thursday. Details are limited because of the early stages of the pending investigation, but Sheriff Mike Heaton confirmed a Clay County resident is being questioned about the incident...
Clay County Council (09/06/07)
Clay County Council President Mike McCullough speaks at the luncheon for county government members Wednesday afternoon. The luncheon is put on annually by the Clay County Farm Bureau. "We like to do this during the budget hearings as a way of thanking the county government for all the hard work they do throughout the year," Farm Bureau Chairman of Local Affairs Marvin Schopmeyer, who has organized the luncheon for the past 10 years, said...
Public library opens outside (09/06/07)
The Brazil Public Library is open, sort of. Director Jill Scarbrough has opened the doors, and the staff has brought many newly released books, audio CD's and magazines outside the front door. Employees are offering an alternative to residents tired of waiting for the library to open...
Harmony accepts decreased budget (09/06/07)
HARMONY -- For the next year, the town of Harmony will be working with a shoestring budget. And that is something that town council president Janice Gooch isn't pleased with. On Tuesday, the council voted unanimously to accept its 2008 proposed budget despite not liking the decrease in total numbers to run the town...
Large projects to be reviewed by new board starting in 2009 (09/06/07)
Starting on Jan. 1, 2009, all capital projects of more than $7 million will have to be approved by the County Board of Tax and Capital Project Review According to Indiana Code 3-11-2-12.8, which became law on July 1, the new board will consist of two elected members and the county auditor...
K-Day parade set for Sept. 22 (09/06/07)
Pancakes, parades and patriotism make up Kiwanis Day. On Sept. 22, the Brazil Kiwanis Club will be having their annual K-Day Pancake and Sausage Breakfast and Parade. The pancake breakfast will be held at the Clay County Fairgrounds from 6 a.m.-noon...
Council makes more than $300,000 in budget cuts (09/06/07)
The Clay County Council made a large dent the second day of the 2008 Budget Hearing Wednesday. In total, the council made slightly more than $300,000 in budget cuts. Coupled with Tuesday's cuts of $28,500, the council has eliminated $332,916 from the 2008 proposed budget of $8,062,287. However, the council needs to make a total of $1,104,659 worth of cuts to fit within the tax levy limits...
County athletes start collegiate seasons (09/06/07)
University of Indianapolis sophomore, Christy Fulk, who graduated from Northview in 2006, has helped the Jaguars off to an 8-1 record to start the season. Fulk averages more than a kill per game (1.24 pg.) and also has blocked a shot every other game for a .53 average...
With Rockne gone, Irish took Michigan-like tumble (09/06/07)
PITTSBURGH -- Appalachian State's upset of Michigan was one of those where-were-you-when-it-happened moments, creating an outcome so unimaginable it is certain to be remembered -- and, in Ann Arbor, reviled -- for as long as college football is played...
Fantasy Football Week 1 difficult to gauge (09/06/07)
Football season is here once again, and so is the mass migration of so many people to their computers for everyone's favorite game: Fantasy Football. Many questions arose during the offseason with the multitude of player movement throughout the league, inevitably changing strategies across the board...
Public Record 9/6/08 (09/06/07)
Clay County Courthouse The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse Sept. 4-5: Clay Superior Court - Civil Worldwide Asset Purchasing II, LLC Vs. Vivian M. Ross: Civil Collections CACH, LLC Vs. Ramey R. VanSickle and Kristy VanSickle: Civil Collections...