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Stories from Monday, August 8, 2005

Cinergy offering air conditioning credit (08/08/05)
Cinergy/PSI is offering to pay its residential customers at least $35 to reduce their air conditioning use this summer. Participants will receive a one-time credit of $35 plus additional bill credits each day Cinergy/PSI cycles off their air conditioning system, if they volunteer to participate in the program...
Township trustee to be chosen (08/08/05)
The Jackson Township Trustee, Jeff McCullough, has resigned, said Clay County Republican Chairman Sharon Koehler. A Republican caucus has been scheduled to choose his successor. The caucus is scheduled for Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the MacGregor House Bed and Breakfast, 503 N Meridian St. in Brazil...
Bullying, truancy on school board agenda (08/08/05)
When the Clay Community School Board of Trustees meets Thursday night they will give consideration to adopting policies on bullying, the display of the United States flag, the Pledge of Allegiance, concerning moments of silence, habitual truancy, exit interview procedures and administration of medication...
McRubble (08/08/05)
The McDonald's restaurant on National Avenue in Brazil has been torn down. Rubble and a hole in the ground, surrounded by a fence, are all that remains. However, the company has indicated it plans to build a brand new McDonald's on the same location within four months of the demolition...
Northview JV golfers earn win at Edgewood Invitational (08/08/05)
Submitted photo The Northview junior varsity squad won the Edgewood Invitational by two strokes. The team is comprised of: (from left to right) Erika Tucker, Kayla Duregger, Madason Stevenson, Abby Smith and Kayla Cooper. The Northview junior varsity golf team earned a victory in the Edgewood Invitational last week, edging past Whiteland for a two stroke victory...
O'Dell earns sprint win at LPS; Carmichael repeats (08/08/05)
(Top) Brazil's Ron Wallen Jr. races for position against David Bumgardner in Saturday's Bomber Feature. Wallen would finish fourth. PUTNAMVILLE -- Derek O'Dell is celebrating a resurgent late Summer stretch in the sprint car ranks as he followed up his first victory last week at Jacksonville with a top finish on Saturday night at Lincoln Park Speedway in his Simmons Cooper LLC machine...
LARRY G. LAWSON (08/08/05)
Larry G. Lawson, 68, Terre Haute, died early Saturday, August 6, in Union Hospital. Born near Carbon on March 10, 1937, his parents were Arthur Lawson and Kathryn Craig Lawson. He was a 1955 graduate of Van Buren High School. He served in the U.S. Air Force from 1957-1960. ...
WILLIAM 'BILL' C. REED (08/08/05)
William "Bill" C. Reed, 56, of Saline City, passed away August 5, 2005, at his residence. He had been battling cancer since January. He was born February 26, 1949, in Clay County, the son of Carl K. Reed and Ruby Leigh Reed. He graduated from Clay City High School, Class of 1969. ...
RICHARD EUGENE HUGHES (08/08/05)
Richard Eugene Hughes, 73, Harmony, IN, died July 29, 2005 at Goose Creek, SC. Survivors include six daughters Stephanie Steward, Charleston, SC; Mary Beth Hughes, Bellingham, WA; Heather Montelongo, Richardson, TX; Holly Harris, China Springs, TX; Susie Hughes, Branford, CT; and Regina Neudeck, Reelsville, IN; two sons, Ric Hughes, Richardson, TX and Christopher Howard, Dallas, TX...
Mill to be part of festival (08/08/05)
Mansfield Mill will be part of Mansfield's Watermelon Festival this coming Saturday and Sunday. Interpreters in period costume will give tours of the mill, an example of an 1880s flour mill, containing three floors of mostly original machinery throughout the festival...
JOSEPH WAYNE BORUFF (08/08/05)
Joseph Wayne Boruff, 89 of Indianapolis, died August 6, 2005, at 3:40 a.m. at Methodist Hospital. He was born October 12, 1915, in Greene County, the son of Elmer and Fannie Moss Boruff. He graduated from Jasonville High School. He began his career with Wilkinson Lumber Company as a young man while still in high school. ...