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Stories from Thursday, November 5, 2009

Park preparing for winter (11/05/09)
The busy season for the parks is done and Supt. of Parks Bill Houck is busy working to prepare the parks for the winter season. The Brazil City Parks Board met Wednesday with a short list of agenda items. "The restrooms are done and the water is off," he said. "Four large bags of leaves were taken from the pool area."...
Auditor: Don't wait on property tax deductions (11/05/09)
Clay County Auditor Mary Jo Alumbaugh is urging property owners to not wait until the last minute to file for property tax deductions. "With the holiday season and winter weather approaching, property owners should file deduction applications as soon as they are able," she said. "We don't want anyone to miss out on a deduction because they missed the application deadline."...
Area man arrested in connection to vandalism (11/05/09)
A Center Point man was recently arrested for his alleged involvement in an incident that destroyed a large portion of a cornfield in rural Clay County. Matthew Hayden Lehr, 26, was arrested Sunday and booked into the Clay County Justice Center on an arrest warrant issued by Clay Circuit Court Judge Joseph Trout for an incident that took place during the early morning hours of Sept. 27...
ServSafe food class scheduled (11/05/09)
All local food establishments must have at least one certified food handler employed in the operation and who has the oversight responsibility for all periods of operation. A ServSafe Managers certification class will take place Saturday, Dec. 5, in Spencer at the Owen County Extension Office, 180 S. Washington St...
Special session set for Hoosier farmers (11/05/09)
WEST LAFAYETTE -- Wet weather and moldy corn make grain harvest, storage and marketing a bit tricky this year, but Purdue University Extension specialists will conduct a session Monday to help Hoosier farmers better manage the 2009 corn crop. "We haven't seen a harvest like this for more than two decades," Purdue Cropping Systems Management director and session host Bruce Erickson said. ...
North Clay basketball teams earn three wins (11/05/09)
BY CLAY CUNNINGHAM Times Staff Reporter North Clay's seventh- and-eighth grade basketball teams each earned its first victory of the season in hotly contested match-ups against Sarah Scott Middle School Thursday evening. The seventh-grade squad squeaked out a 46-45 thriller. The Knights looked to be on their way to an easy win, scoring the games' first nine points. A scrappy Scotties defense helped them get back into things quickly, cutting the Knight lead to 21-19 at the half...
Ellen Jean Green (11/05/09)
Ellen Jean Green, 54, formerly of West Terre Haute, and Brazil, and currently of Terre Haute, passed away at Terre Haute Regional Hospital, Nov. 3, 2009, at 6:43 p.m., following a long battle with Muscular Dystrophy. She was born in Brazil, Sept. 8, 1955, to John William "Bill" and Doris Evelyn (Bond) Green...
Public Record (11/05/09)
Clay County Justice Center The following jail bookings occurred at the Clay County Justice Center during November 3-5. Awaiting Arraignment Floyd, Thomas W., 44 McHargue, Daisy A, 31 Awaiting Warrant Arraignment Mazeqie Jr., John, 21 Kelley Jr., Richard, 30...
Public Record (11/05/09)
Clay County Courthouse The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse Nov. 4-5: Clay Superior Court -- Civil Kellie M. Adams Vs. Bobby J. Adams: Domestic Relations Small Claims Cindi A. Burris Vs. Amanda S. Means: Civil Tort...
Farmers face harvest issues (11/05/09)
Moisture, mold and mud are the three big things impacting the farmers during the 2009 harvest. With all the rain we have had in the past few months, there is no surprise that farmers are facing mud when trying to get into the fields. Mud is just a minor problem when compared to the other two things impacting harvest...
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