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Stories from Friday, May 16, 2008

Board says get a permit to collect (05/16/08)
Organizations planning to collect donations at city intersections must now apply for a permit first. The Brazil Board of Public Works and Safety recently passed a list of rules and procedures for collections along highways. "We don't want anyone to get hurt along the roadways and make sure everyone is using common sense when they are out there," Brazil City Police Detective Clint McQueen said...
Hollywood or bust? (05/16/08)
For as long as she can remember, Lynnlee Baysinger has had an incredible passion for acting. "I've always been interested in acting," the Northview senior said. "I've always been able to put on a good show for everybody. "Ever since I can remember, I've always been fascinated by movie stars. I would like to try to match that one day."...
Board approves transfer (05/16/08)
In April, Clay Community School Superintendent Dan Schroeder asked the school board to transfer $2 million from the corporation's General Fund to its Rainy Day Fund. The reasoning, he said, was so unfunded retirement liability could be covered. On Thursday, the board approved to move the money from the General Fund to the Rainy Day Fund and to amend the policy to extend appropriations to go toward early retirement...
Almost there! (05/16/08)
Hospital honors 'Blue Smock Ladies' (05/16/08)
St. Vincent Clay Hospital recently celebrated National Volunteer Week with its annual volunteer luncheon. The hospital's volunteers were invited to come in for the annual meeting, following by the lunch and awards presentation, which was set up to acknowledge them for their hours of service for the 2007-08 year...
Two accidents keep responders busy (05/16/08)
Two semi accidents within less than six hours, kept emergency response personnel busy well into Friday morning. Shortly after 7 p.m., Thursday, members of the Clay County Sheriff's Department, Jackson and Posey Township Volunteer Fire Departments and Clay County Search and Rescue were dispatched to the scene of a semi accident at the 23-mile marker on the eastbound lane of I-70...
Weekend events (05/16/08)
The Clay County Humane Shelter's Pet Vaccination Clinic is scheduled to take place today at the Forest Park Pavilion from 1-4 p.m. Each shot costs $8. Dog owners will be able to have their pets vaccinated with the 5-in-1 shot for distemper, adenovirus type 2, corona virus, Para influenza and parvovirus. Individual shots for kennel cough, rabies and Lyme disease are also available for dogs...
CLUB NEWS (05/16/08)
VAN BUREN HOMEMAKERS The Van Buren Homemakers met on April 16, at noon at the home of Myrna Schrader. Evelyn Nevins returned thanks and lunch was served. The meeting started at 1:15 p.m. The Pledge of Allegiance and the club creed was spoken in unison. ...
CHURCH NEWS (05/16/08)
Harmony United Methodist Church This Sunday will be a the kick-off of a three week series of messages concerning Bishop Robert Schnase's book "Five Practices of Fruitful Congregations." We will be focusing on hospitality and being a welcoming community. As always, there will be plenty of great fellowship and sharing in joys and concerns...
Northview honors softball seniors (05/16/08)
PUBLIC RECORD 05-17-08 (05/16/08)
Clay County Courthouse The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse May 15-16. Clay Superior Court -- Civil The Outsource Group Vs. Marcella Summers: Civil Collections LVNV Funding, LLC. Vs. Linda Campton: Civil Collections LVNV Funding, LLC Vs. Sheila J. White: Civil Collections...
Staunton Scene (05/16/08)
STAUNTON FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Sunday School begins at 9:30 a.m., with worship service following at 10:30 a.m. Doug Parkey is the minister. Doug's message this Sunday is entitled, "Great is Your Faith." If you need transportation to morning worship service, please phone the church office at 446-3211; the bus is wheel chair equipped. Children's Church, Wee Worship and extended nursery are at 10:30 in the educational Building...