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Stories from Sunday, January 3, 2010

County teen dies of possible overdose; others arrested (01/03/10)
'Get Involved' (01/03/10)
When in a position to make difficult decisions which affect a large number of people, it helps to have as much input as possible. Local elected officials are hoping for exactly that in the new year. "I hope we start having more people want to get involved," Common Council of the City of Brazil member Brad Deal told The Brazil Times recently. ...
CCSC prepared for funding cuts (01/03/10)
Governor Mitch Daniels recently announced the state will reduce funding to Kindergarten-12 schools by $297 million, beginning with the January payment. Fortunately, Clay Community School Corporation is prepared for the possible 2.7-4.6 percent taken from the general fund for the 2010 budget...
Special meeting (01/03/10)
The Knightsville Town Council has scheduled a special meeting for 7 p.m., Jan. 11, 2010, at the Knightsville Community Center. The council will meet with West Central Indiana Economic Development District representative Terry Jones to discuss the next steps needed in the process of the grant applications for the waterworks and town storm sewer projects...
Band alumni night slated (01/03/10)
In what has become a yearly tradition, basketball fans will receive a special treat from the Northview High School band program Friday, Jan. 8. The NHS boys' basketball squad will play host to Owen Valley that evening in a boy/girl doubleheader. And NHS band alumni will be performing with members of the current band...
Dine with a Doc set for Wednesday (01/03/10)
Senior Education Ministries, Inc., has scheduled Brunch in Brazil: Dine with a Doc. The event takes place during the first Wednesday of every month, from 10 a.m.-noon, at the Clay County Senior Center, 120 S. Franklin St., Brazil. This month's featured speaker will be Dr. John L. Trench III...
YMCA offers help with resolutions (01/03/10)
Entering a new year, an estimated 45-50 percent of Americans make resolutions because they all see an opportunity for a fresh start. They hope to become more well-rounded and healthy individuals and "better" people in the New Year. However, approximately 37 percent give up by March and more than half by the end of June...
Ivy Tech to offer classes at LEAAP Center (01/03/10)
Higher education opportunities will be offered in Clay County beginning in January. Ivy Tech Community College -- Wabash Valley -- will offer classes in Clay County beginning Jan. 11. The spring 2010 schedule has been expanded to include a variety of classes that will be offered at the LEAAP Center or North Clay Middle School. The following classes will be available:...
Public Record (01/03/10)
Clay County Justice Center The following jail bookings occurred at the Clay County Justice Center during Dec. 28-Jan. 1. Awaiting Arraignment Stemm, Harry D., 31 Simonson, Jeremy K., 38 Miller, Jana Beth, 47 Ferguson, Eric A., 33 Jones, Laureen M., 48...
Hoping 2010 is better than 2009 (01/03/10)
Most every person that I know that is older than me has always told me the older you get, the quicker years go by. I never really gave that much thought, but after 2009, I'm beginning to think they have all been right. It started with my grandparents years ago. Nana and Papaw both would say this age-old saying...
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