Duck and cover (08/04/09)
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Stories from Tuesday, August 4, 2009
Duck and cover (08/04/09)
Security plans almost ready (08/04/09)
Enhanced security measures at the Clay County Courthouse and Justice Center may soon become a reality. During Monday's meeting of the Clay County Council, additional appropriations were made to the Cumulative Capital Development Fund for a security camera system ($18,650), electrical work ($6,000) and a new phone system ($35,000)...
Health care forum set (08/04/09)
Teens for Liberty Generation Joshua Club will host a public informational meeting regarding the health care bill currently before Congress. Jerry Laue, from St. Vincent Clay Hospital, along with Lynn Hostetler from Lynn's Pharmacy and Dr. Mike Williams, chiropractor from Cloverdale, will discuss how the health care bill will affect local providers and patients...
Police Department accepting applications (08/04/09)
The Brazil Police Department will be accepting applications for the position of Police Officer and Reserve Police Officer. Applicants must be at least 21-years-old, but not yet 36. They must possess a valid driver's license, with a modest driving record and must have a high school diploma or GED equivalent...
National Night Out still a go (08/04/09)
While watching the radar closely, officials confirm the National Night Out scheduled for 7-9 p.m., at the YMCA, is still a go. However, if the weather takes a turn for the worse, Clay County Sheriff Mike Heaton said an announcement canceling the event and when a rain date would be scheduled will be made at 6 p.m...
Drum Corp staying at North Clay (08/04/09)
One of the top Drum and Bugle Corps in the nation is currently practicing in Clay County. The Bluestars arrived at North Clay Middle School Tuesday morning and will be here until Saturday. Currently, the Bluestars are ranked eighth in the country. All rehearsals are open to the public...
Forest management seminar set (08/04/09)
Got questions about managing a woods? How to keep it healthy? When to sell timber and to whom? We've got answers. A forestry course consisting of three classes and a field day will be offered in Greene County beginning Sept. 8. The three classroom sessions are Tuesday evenings, from 6:30-9 p.m., Sept. 8, Sept. 22, and Oct. 6...
State Fair to offer new exhibit (08/04/09)
INDIANAPOLIS -- The vastness of space makes it almost impossible for people to catch a glimpse of the mysterious unknown -- until now. The new Indiana Space Travels exhibit at the Indiana State Fair will interactively showcase the great beyond in a way that provides answers to many of space's unsolved mysteries...
It's that time! (08/04/09)
Incoming Northview High School football senior Mike Lagro, a lineman, works his way through a conditioning drill Tuesday morning at the high school. The Knights' football squad started two-a-day practices Monday morning in preparation for the upcoming season, scheduled to officially begin Friday, Aug. 14, with a scrimmage against Terre Haute South. Jason Moon Photo...
Kenneth Hugh Upp (08/04/09)
Kenneth Hugh Upp, 65, Terre Haute, passed away Monday, Aug. 3, 2009, at his residence. He was born Oct. 21, 1943, to Lawrence V. and Eva K. (Singleton) Upp. On Sept. 2, 1978, he married Cherylle M. Brown. Kenneth was a US Navy veteran who served his country in Vietnam. ...
Frederick E. Stantz (08/04/09)
Frederick E. Stantz, 72, Coal City, passed away Monday, Aug. 3, 2009, at 3:53 a.m., in his home. He had been battling cancer for the past three years. He was born to Herbert A. and Alta Gertrude Fiscus Stantz on May 23, 1937, in Owen County. He graduated from Coal City High School, class of 1956...
What about those weeds? (08/04/09)
During August, every extension office has an inventory of plant samples submitted by clients for identification and control recommendations. We extension educators also receive digital photos of plants via e-mail, with clients asking, "what is this?"...