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Stories from Friday, April 2, 2010

Helping hands (04/02/10)
Unlike most college students, who trek to warmer climates during spring breaks, a group of Indiana State University students traveled to Tennessee this spring to lend a helping hand. They were joined by former Northview High School student and current ISU Graduate Assistant Whitney Medworth...
Dropouts analyzed during discussion (04/02/10)
Members of the community and administrators within the Clay Community School Corporation met with one goal in mind Thursday, how to prevent future dropouts. "We really do not have a high dropout rate in comparison to the number of students that go to school here and the number that graduate," Assistant Supt. of Curriculum Kim Tucker said. "But one student dropout is one too many."...
Off-duty chief spots drug deal, makes three arrests (04/02/10)
One local law enforcement officer learned Thursday evening that crime happens all the time. Clay City Police Chief Terry Skaggs talked with The Brazil Times Friday about witnessing a drug deal take place in plain view. Off duty and in his personal vehicle, Skaggs had just stopped for gas at a local service station in Clay City and was waiting to turn onto State Road 59 when he witnessed suspicious activity in a store parking lot across the street...
Easter Egg Hunt winners! (04/02/10)
The winner of the 0-4-year-old French Funeral Home Easter Egg Hunt was Owen Head, who received a Ryder Wagon. The hunt took place in the field behind the Lawson-Miller Chapel and Crematory March 27. Courtesy Photo. --- The winner of the 5-8-year-old French Funeral Home Easter Egg Hunt was Owen Yockey, who received a bicycle. The hunt took place in the field behind the Lawson-Miller Chapel and Crematory March 27. Courtesy Photo...
Spring art show next weekend (04/02/10)
Celebration of the Arts and Soul will conduct its first Spring Show April 9-11. The opening night reception will take place from 6-9 p.m., while the second night will run from 1-8 p.m. Festivities on the final evening will begin at 1 p.m., and conclude at 6 p.m...
Clinic scheduled for Young Child Emergency Preparedness Day (04/02/10)
In conjunction with Young Child Emergency Preparedness Day, emergency personnel will conduct a clinic Saturday, April 17. The event will take place from noon-3 p.m., at the Forest Park Pavilion. It is being sponsored by Clay County Family Resource Center -- Head Start, Clay County Healthy Families and Child Adult Resource Services...
Something to think about on Good Friday (04/02/10)
CHURCH NEWS (04/02/10)
Otter Creek Christian Church For followers of Jesus, this in my opinion is the most important of celebrations. This shows us just how much God loved us not only to send His son to live for 33 years as a human, but to die the most possible of cruel deaths, crucified on a cross to be buried and (to me this is the best) to be resurrected on the third day. ...
Expectations are high for 2010 edition of Northview baseball team (04/02/10)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor The Northview baseball program has had a long and successful history over the years, but you'll have to forgive second-year coach Scott McDonald if he's expecting something special from this year's edition. The Knights lost three players to graduation from last year, but returns most of the components of a team that rang up a number of school records during a 16-13 season. ...
JAIL BOOKINGS 4-3-10 (04/02/10)
Clay County Justice Center The following jail bookings occurred at the Clay County Justice Center during April 1-2. Awaiting Arraignment Ley, Julian A., 26 Lile, Marilyn A., 65 Lindsey, Helen M., 39 Turpin, Heather D., 20 West, Ollie Marcell, 39 Public Intoxication...
Staunton Scene (04/02/10)
Staunton First Christian Church We will celebrate our Lord's Resurrection this Sunday with a Sunrise Service at 7 a.m. This service will include a short Easter drama. Following the service, breakfast will be served in the Educational Building. There will be no Sunday School this week. Church services will start at the regular time of 10:30...
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