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Stories from Monday, January 25, 2010

Officials busy with slide-offs (01/25/10)
Traffic heading east into Brazil on United States 40 was slowed late Monday evening after a vehicle flipped into the median. At approximately 8:30 p.m., emergency crews responded to a vehicle accident on U.S. 40. Upon arrival, officials discovered a Ford Explorer lying on its side in the median just in front of Northview High School...
New club promoting academics (01/25/10)
A new organization is working to promote academics and post-secondary education for high school students. The Academic Booster Club is now in full swing at Northview High School. "We are hoping to create an academic culture where more students and parents are aware of college," teacher Jeff Gambill said. "We hope to encourage college after graduation from high school."...
Winter Royalty! (01/25/10)
The 2010 Clay City Jr./Sr. High School Winter Homecoming Court includes escorts and queen candidates (front, from left) Nick Johnson, Brandi Moore, Logan Higgins, Keeley Whitaker, A.J. Evans and Allison Carroll, court members (middle) Nicole Ledgerwood, Paige Schroer, Caroline Beyers, Lakyla Cook, Asie Jeffers and Sidnie Crowley, escorts (back) Jordan Prindville, Luke Hostetler, Logan Fry, Josh Decker, Isaac Bahney and Matt Johnson...
North Clay seventh and-eighth-grade girls tame Wildcats (01/25/10)
Clay City junior high boys are runner-up at Cloverdale Tourney (01/25/10)
Times Staff Report The seventh-grade Clay City boys' basketball team competed at the Cloverdale Invitational over the weekend and came away with a hard fought runner-up finish. The Eels opened the tourney with a dominating, 58-22 win over the host Clovers as Cade Newton scored 17 of his game-high 25 points in the opening period. Seth Barrett tallied 12 points for the Eels with Logan Ames contributing nine rebounds. Evan Sumner, Trevor Smith and John Hyatt helped run out the clock in the victory...
Northview freshmen fall in overtime to Greencastle (01/25/10)
BY CLAY CUNNINGHAM Times Staff Reporter A valiant comeback effort fell short for the Northview freshman basketball team Monday night, losing a 47-45 overtime heartbreaker to Greencastle. Greencastle's Dylan Battin hit a lay-up off an in bounds pass with 9.5 seconds left in overtime to give the Tiger Cubs a two-point lead...
Karen Jean Medlin Thompson (01/25/10)
Karen Jean Medlin Thompson, 53, Bowling Green, died at 1:10 a.m., Monday, Jan. 25, 2010, at her residence, after battling a terminal illness. She was born Oct. 23, 1956, in Greenfield, Ind., as the daughter of Arthur "Tiny" and Mary Medlin. She married Mac Thompson April 14, 2006, and he survives...
Virginia L. Deardorff (01/25/10)
Virginia L. Deardorff, 90, Seymour, formerly of Brazil, died unexpectedly Jan. 24, 2010, at the Schenk Medical Center in Seymour. She was born Sept. 28, 1919, in Clay County, the daughter of Fred and Verna Heck. She attended the Vinegar Hill School and the Brazil High School...
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