Deputies Chance Avery and Dillon Mach were justified in using deadly force when they shot and killed 18-year-old Mah-hi-vist Goodblanket on Dec. 21, 2013, District Attorney Dennis Smith has decreed.

Nobody was hurt when this 2011 Chevrolet Traverse plowed through the front window of the World Acceptance Corp. offices at 1221 Gary Blvd. at 2:03 p.m. Wednesday. Lt. Ray Hammans of the Clinton Police Department said driver Shirley Hunter, 66, of Clinton, told investigators her foot slipped off the brake and hit the gas pedal.

Washington Elementary School science students of Robin Rodriguez took NASA up on its invitation to send them a “Global Selfie” photograph of the class with this template for Earth Day Tuesday. NASA will be putting a world portrait together dotted with a montage of pictures from around the world.

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Sports

Wyatt Eaton hit his first home run of the season for the Reds Tuesday afternoon vs. Woodward.

   The rout was on early for the Red Tornadoes Tuesday afternoon at home vs. Woodward.

Lifestyle

Bobby Stewart, right, may have gone to Cuba as the electrician on the Pentecostal Holiness mission team, but he spent most of his time putting up walls of concrete blocks. With him on the scaffold is fellow American mission member Mark Wampler., Classic American cars have found a home in Cuba, where they are a common sight. The only thing is, most of them have been outfitted with four-cylinder diesel engines. The country also has lots of bicycles, motorcycles and other conveyances., Experienced electrician Bobby Stewart, who has worn many hats over his life and is now also a Pentecostal Holiness minister, took just 45 minutes to wire up this power pole for the construction site in Cuba.

   A 100-amp breaker panel and a canvas duffel bag with “U.S.N.” printed on the side almost caused a set of international incidents for Clinton’s Bobby Stewart and the mission group he was with fro

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