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Stories from Monday, November 5, 2007

Bargaining session results in tentative agreement (11/05/07)
Monday night, a tentative agreement was reached between the Clay Community School Corporation and the Clay Community Classroom Teacher's Association on a contract. Mediator Vicki Martin called the meeting and, according to teacher's association representative Russ True, was "instrumental in bringing this to closure."...
Middle school to recognize veterans (11/05/07)
North Clay Middle School will honor those who have served the country with a Veterans Day program on Nov. 12. The program is open to all who have served the nation and will be held in the North Clay Middle School gymnasium. Lunch will be available in the cafeteria for those being recognized...
Clay County polling locations (11/05/07)
Polling locations for the Nov. 6 General Election. All locations open at 6 a.m. and will close at 6 p.m. With only the minimum number of candidates running to fill needed positions, there will be no election in the towns of Carbon, Knightsville and Staunton...
Firefighters battle area blazes (11/05/07)
Three fires in less than 24 hours kept Clay County firefighters busy Monday. A quick response time by volunteer firefighters helped save the home of Michael and Erin Moore when a gas leak caused a mobile home fire at 11442 North County Road 350 East...
Gettin' ready! (11/05/07)
Clay County Deputy Clerks Carolyn Beasley (left) and Beth Mallinak work Monday afternoon to make final preparations for today's general election. All poll locations open at 6 a.m. and close at 6 p.m.
New scam surfaces in county (11/05/07)
Shirley Pollom was pretty sure what she received in the mail was a scam. She just didn't think she'd receive three letters from the same company in a week's time. The letters informed her she was a category winner of a lottery, which had been randomly drawn Oct. 5, 2006...
Council divvies out monies (11/05/07)
Money did the walking and talking during Monday night's meeting of the Clay County Council. Numerous additional appropriations were made to allow needs for the county to be completed. Out of the County General Fund, $51,000 went to the Sheriff's department for the purchase of two four-wheel drive vehicles to replace older vehicles, $15,000 went to the commissioners to pay for legal services used to work on a new handbook for county employees, $18,000 was appropriated to the Superior Court for public defender fees incurred through work on a record number of judgment appeals filed this year and $9,000 went for facilities for the potential purchase of a mobile vertical lift.. ...
Tank cars to replace culverts (11/05/07)
The Clay County Commissioners are working to make travel easier for residents. During Monday morning's meeting, the commissioners approved bids for tank cars to replace four culverts around the county. Bids from Blackfoot Construction Co., Poland, BLS Contractors, Inc., Bowling Green, and Jay York Excavating, Clay City, were originally opened at a special meeting of the commissioners Oct. 17, and were taken under legal advisement to ensure the terms of the bids were correct...
BREAKING NEWS -- Tentative agreement reached between teachers, CCS (11/05/07)
Times Staff Report A Monday bargaining session turned out well for Clay Community Schools and its teachers. Clay Community Classroom Teachers Association Representative Russ True called The Brazil Times Monday evening stating CCCTA and the corporation have reached a tentative agreement...
North Clay teams remain unbeaten in young season (11/05/07)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor North Clay's eighth grade basketball team jumped out to an early lead on the visiting Chauncey Rose Royals on Monday night and never looked back on the way to a 66-13 win. The win improves the Knights' record to 3-0 in the early stages of the season...
Knights, Braves combine for jamboree win (11/05/07)
Times Staff Report TERRE HAUTE -- Basketball teams in Vigo and Clay County got the chance to square off against players with a different name on their jersey on Saturday afternoon. After competing in an intra-squad scrimmage on Thursday night, Northview took part in a jamboree with Terre Haute South, West Vigo and Terre Haute North over the weekend...
Kay William Shaw (11/05/07)
Kay William Shaw, LTCOL, U.S. Army Retired, 67, of Brazil, and formerly of Terre Haute, passed away Nov. 3, 2007, at Royal Oaks Health Care and Rehab Center in Terre Haute, Indiana, after a courageous fight with cancer. Visitation will be 4- 8 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 7 at Moore Funeral Home and again on Thursday from 10-11 a.m. Funeral services will be conducted at the funeral home at 11 a.m. Thursday with Pastor Doug Parkey officiating...
Imogene Nobles (11/05/07)
Imogene Nobles, 85, Brazil, died at 3:24 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 3, 2007, at Wishard Memorial Hospital in Indianapolis, Indiana. Moore Funeral Home was chosen to provide funeral services. A private family graveside funeral service will be conducted at Clearview Cemetery. ...
Clay City Elementary Honor Roll (11/05/07)
Clay City Elementary First Grade All A's Emily Butt Lopez, Renee Chittum, Anakin Fry, Aysiah Hernandez, Mason Horton, Alexis Laswell, Haleigh Montgomery, Grant Nicoson, Lauren Ream, Katie Trimble, Gabe Youngblood, Evelyn Adams, Josh Cecil, Emelia Fischer, Samantha Moon, Carter Myers, Micah Neiswinger, Faith Petrowski, Kaylee Phillips, Jenna Ream, Erica Weiss...
Public Record 11-6-07 (11/05/07)
Clay County Courthouse The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse Nov. 2-5: Clay Superior Court -- Civil Phaedra Y. Dean Vs. Darren Dean: Domestic Relations Bank of America Vs. Cynthia Pressel: Civil Collections Clay Circuit Court -- Civil...
Property Tax Relief (11/05/07)
Property tax fall installment time is coming. Would you like a significant cut in future property taxes? The Indiana Classified Forest program is specifically designed to help keep Indiana's private forests intact. It allows landowners with at least 10 acres of forest to set that land aside and to remain as forest. ...