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Stories from Friday, August 1, 2003

State Rep. Andy Thomas seeks to help soldier and family (08/01/03)
Times Staff Writer A case of missing calling card minutes was reported in The Brazil Times on Wednesday and now State Representative Andy Thomas is getting involved. "I think its a crime," he says. Tom and Edith Pugh, whose son, Naval Corpsman Dan Majors is currently serving in Iraq, contacted Thomas's office last Friday in the hopes that he could help them recover the minutes that have mysteriously disappeared from an AT&T calling card that Majors was using to stay in touch with his family. ...
Hurting hips and knees can be helped (08/01/03)
Times Staff Writer Dr. Phil Ireland, of the St. Vincent Center for Joint Replacement, gave a presentation on hip and knee pain and treatments Friday at Traditions. The program was hosted by the St. Vincent Clay Hospital. The Indianapolis physician is a Brazil native who answered all questions from the crowd of more than a hundred local residents who attended the seminar...
St. Vincent Clay Hospital addition to be opened Saturday (08/01/03)
The Clay County Community is invited to celebrate the opening of St. Vincent Clay Hospital's new Ambulatory Surgery and Diagnostic Center Saturday. The $8.5 million addition will house a endoscope, new surgery suites, radiology and cardiopulmonary diagnostics services...
Headed for state fair (08/01/03)
The seven-county area tractor contest was held July 28. Jarrod Timberman (right) placed first in the junior division and Daylan Chambers (left) placed second in the junior division. They will both compete at the Indiana State Fair on Aug. 16.
Meth takes another life (08/01/03)
Two Terre Haute men were injured during a police pursuit shortly after midnight Thursday. One of the men later died as a result of his injuries. Indiana State Police report a state trooper tried to stop a vehicle driven by Randy L. Smith, 24, following multiple traffic violations. ...
Maurer chosen group president (08/01/03)
Fritz Maurer, local registered pharmacist discusses the accomplishments of the Community Pharmacies of Indiana and his goals as its president for the next year. Fritz Maurer, registered pharmacist and owner of Maurer's Apothecary on east U.S. 40, was recently chosen as the president of the Community Pharmacies of Indiana...
FEMA offers new avenues of assistance (08/01/03)
FEMA has now introduced two new resources for flood victims, the Indiana Helpline and disaster assistance. The Indiana Helpline is being put on by the Indiana Voluntary Organizations Active in Disasters, a group of volunteer organizations across the state. The helpline's goal is to connect people with unmet needs to the resources they desire...
Jack's Fine Foods takes 2nd (08/01/03)
Jack's Fine Foods softball team placed second in the Junior League this season. The team is comprised of: (front row l-r) Krista Vanatti, Krissey Johanningsmeyer, Alex Wallen, Sara Branham, Marie Vanatti and Daisha Fry. (Back row l-r) Asst. Coach Diane Fry, Lindsey Dickerson, Hannah VanHorn, Katie Smith, Shelby Sands, Emilee Schopmeyer and Coach Becki Wallen...
Brickyard something special for drivers (08/01/03)
Bobby Labonte, the winner of the 2000 Winston Cup Championship and that year's Brickyard 400, believes that Indianapolis is a special race, perhaps second to only the Daytona 500.
Northern All-Stars to visit LPS (08/01/03)
Franklin, Indiana's Steve Barnett will join the Northern All-Stars Late Model Series in making their first trip to Lincoln Park Speedway for the first time since the 1995 racing season. Barnett leads the series points standings with 2,690 ahead of John Whitney's 2,420 through July 30. ...
National Barrel Horse Association (08/01/03)
Local resident, Nancy Hopkins, won the senior division of the National Barrel Horse Association state show at Edinburgh on July 13. She won the event on her mare, Maybe. Also in the photo are Pati and Gary Vickous, owners of the Greencastle Feed Service who sponsored the barrel and buckle for the winner of the event. Nancy will be competing in Georgia at the NBHA national finals in October. She will be taking both Maybe and her gelding, Moe...
WYNEMAH LUCILLE MILLER (08/01/03)
Wynemah Lucille Miller, 93, of Clay City, died at Friday, Aug. 1, 2003, at 6 a.m. at Owen Valley Health Campus in Spencer. She was born on June 22, 1911, in Clay County, south of Brazil. She is the daughter of Lewis Edward and Vallie Trout Mayrose, who preceded her in death...