Weather and wear can be stressful
(Column ~ 02/04/14)
He does not know that the only reason we pay attention to what his actions tell us is simply; we, at this point, midway into the season, are so ready for warm days and gentler breezes. A major snow event was in the forecast for Tuesday. I had an important appointment to keep with the eye specialist in Indy. Travel has been a concern for both of us...
(Community News ~ 02/04/14)
Clay City Jr./Sr. High School First Semester Seniors Academic Distinction: Darcie Fritz, Whitney Jeffers, Markus Servan. High Distinction: Kelsie Fischer, Michaela Hayden, David Lopez, Claire Miller, Chance Nicoson, Krista Sinders, Kylee Truax and Alex Wolfe...
Emma Rose Kay
(Obituary ~ 02/04/14)
Infant baby Emma Rose Kay was born and entered Eternal Rest on Feb. 2, 2014, at 12:08 a.m. Her parents are LeeAnn Rose Lawson and Michael Shane Kay of Brazil; grandparents, Deana Lawson, John Lawson of Ky., Star Hendershot, James Kay and Lisa Kay of Spencer; Uncle John 'BJ' Lawson; aunts, Megan Kay and Sadie Beam; and other extended family...
(Court News ~ 02/04/14)
The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse on Feb. 3. Circuit Court Civil Collections Fister Equities vs. Sara Broadstreet Civil Plenary State Farm Fire and Casualty Company vs. Thomas L. Miller State Criminal Charges Malinda Houk, 46, 1: Theft 2: Possession of marijuana 3: Possession of paraphernalia...
County Council approves funds for vote centers, electronic poll books
(Local News ~ 02/04/14)
The Clay County Council approved the funds necessary to move forward with the establishment of vote centers and the purchase of electronic poll books. During the council's regular meeting on Monday, Clay County Election Clerk Jason Jacobs was given the OK to use $20,320 to purchase electronic poll books as part of the Clay County Vote Center Plan from KNOWiNK...
Potholes likely to come and go during winter
(Local News ~ 02/04/14)
They're back. Potholes are once again appearing along U.S. 40, state routes and locally maintained thoroughfares thanks to the up and down temperatures. The Indiana Department of Transportation explains that potholes begin when water seeps into the cracks in a road and freezes, expanding the layers of pavement, stone and soil beneath the surface. As the ice melts and contracts, heavy highway traffic further loosens the pavement, forming potholes...
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