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Stories from Friday, July 3, 2009

Benefit set for area man (07/03/09)
At 29, Derek Zentko wasn't expecting his life to be forever changed by cancer. "I was diagnosed (with brain and lung cancer) on May 24," Zentko recently told The Brazil Times. "The doctors are hopeful." A Northview High School graduate, the Brazil resident said he was recently laid off, but he's not letting his current situation get him down...
School Board to meet Thursday (07/03/09)
The Clay Community School Board will conduct a regular session school board meeting Thursday, at 7:30 p.m., in the media center at North Clay Middle School. The following is a list of items included on the agenda: Comments will be taken from patrons in attendance and CCSC Supt. Dan Schroeder will deliver a report...
CCSWCD to offer free well testing (07/03/09)
The Clay County Soil and Water Conservation District Board of Supervisors and the Clay County Health Department will sponsor free well testing this year. Kits may be picked up in the Red Barn at the Clay City Fair beginning Tuesday, through Saturday. Test kits may also be picked up at the Clay County Soil and Water Conservation District Office, 955 W. Craig Ave., Brazil...
Martha Ellen Bell (07/03/09)
Martha Ellen Bell, 84, Avon, formerly of Brazil, passed away July 2, 2009, at Avon Healthcare. She was born June 15, 1925, in Clay County, the daughter of John and Katherine Tilley Blower. Her parents owned and operated the Blower Candy Company. Martha graduated from Brazil High School with the class of 1943, and later attended Indiana State Teachers College where she was a member of Lambda Delta Phi sorority...
Budget neglected rural schools (07/03/09)
INDIANAPOLIS -- In the final hours of June 30, Indiana lawmakers reached an agreement on a new budget and avoided a shutdown of state government. For better or worse, we do have a plan that will keep the state in operation for another two years. In my view, the budget that passed neglected rural schools by throwing money at non-essential projects. ...

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