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Stories from Thursday, September 1, 2005

Warriors provide too much punch for Knights soccer (09/01/05)
Carey Fox photo Left: Christina Arvin (goalkeeper) deflects a shot over the goal in Wednesday's game. Arvin had 29 saves. Right: Cayla Yockey watches the ball after she clears it away from a Danville forward during Wednesday's game against the Warriors...
Hamilton award nominations accepted (09/01/05)
The Board of Directors of Hamilton Center Inc. is now accepting nominations from the community for the Hamilton Awards. All nominees and winners will be recognized at the Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors and Hamilton Awards Dinner, Oct. 25. All nominations must be submitted on a nomination form by Sept. 23 to: Hamilton Center Inc., Office of the CEO, P.O. Box 4323, Terre Haute, IN 47804 or Faxed to 812-231-8411. To obtain a nomination form, call (812) 231-8317...
Pinckley St. high on INDOT's list (09/01/05)
Brazil has the No. 2 road project in the Crawfordsville District of INDOT and the S.R. 340/U.S. 40 intersection project is much further down on the list. State Rep. Andy Thomas, R.- Brazil, spoke to the Brazil Rotary Club on Wednesday. He gave an overview of various business before the Indiana Legislature this year including Daylight Saving Time, pick-up trucks in the highway funding formula, the U.S. 40 project, the Pinckley Street project and the Airport Road project and property taxes...
The word is 'fun' (09/01/05)
Students learn when it comes to dictionaries, Top Left: Brazil Rotary and the Clay County Community Foundation gave dictionaries to 3rd graders in various schools around Brazil Wednesday afternoon. Sam Glover points out Rotary's distinctive yellow shirts before handing out dictionaries to Mrs. Crook's class at East Side Elementary School. Jane Crooks and Raegan Brown are seen at the left...
Pump Prices (09/01/05)
The prices for regular, unleaded fuel this morning at Clay County gas stations were: BRAZIL AREA I-70 AREA CLAY CITY AREA...
Executive Vice-President of IBCA to Speak in Clay County (09/01/05)
The new Executive Vice-President of the Indiana Beef Cattle Association, Julia Wickard, will be the guest speaker for the September meeting of the Clay County Beef Cattle Association. The meeting will be Sept. 8 at 7:30 p.m. in the basement of the Howesville Presbyterian Church. Beef producers and exhibitors from the area are invited to come meet Julia and listen to her comments on the beef industry today. For directions, call Brad Ferree at 812-665-3803...
Popcorn Fest to have laser light show (09/01/05)
Laser Image Productions will be appearing once again at the Popcorn Festival of Clay County, Sept. 30-Oct 2. Laser Image Productions of Greenfield, Ind. has been producing Laser Light Shows since 1985. The shows are produced in various venues throughout the United States and utilize dual laser graphic projectors, 50-foot projection screens, large fog machines and intelligent lighting...
Billie Creek Village to host 12th Steam Harvest Days (09/01/05)
Visit Billie Creek Village and enjoy the 12th annual Antique Tractor and Engine Show scheduled during Billie Creek Village Steam Harvest Days. The featured tractor for this year is Ford. The Steam Harvest Day event is held each Labor Day Weekend, this year Sept. ...
Coffee Company is still serving morning fuel (09/01/05)
While gas stations hit and exceed record highs, The Brazil Coffee Company maintains a price that won't break the bank. After the City Council passed the ordinance allowing businesses to put tables on the sidewalk of National Ave., The Brazil Coffee Company didn't waste any time and put new tables outside two or three days later...
Northview netters get past Miners (09/01/05)
Cody Jones teamed with Ryne Barr to help the Knights beat Linton on Wednesday. The Northview tennis team picked up a hard fought 3-2 match win over Linton on Wednesday night. The Knights dropped matches at both No. 1 and No. 2 singles, but rebounded to win the other singles match and both doubles matches to take the match victory over the Miners...
BARBARA A. MODESITT (09/01/05)
Barbara A. Modesitt, 67, of Cory, died unexpectedly Monday, August 29, 2005, at her residence. She was born June 25, 1938 in Terre Haute, IN, the daughter of Claudis H. and Cora Avis Caress Edwards. She graduated from Wiley High School, Class of 1956. On January 28, 1956, she married her husband Wayne L. Modesitt, who preceded her in death July 20, 2004...
REV. HAROLD G. KOLLMEYER (09/01/05)
Rev. Harold G. Kollmeyer, 85, of Odon, passed away August 30, 2005, at Ketcher Memorial Hospital. He was born December 5, 1919, in Columbus, IN, the son of George W. Kollmeyer and Laurie Lillian Knothe Kollmeyer. He graduated from Columbus High School. ...
ROZELLA CHASTAIN (09/01/05)
Rozella Chastain, 75, of Terre Haute, IN, and formerly of Poland and Brazil areas, died August 30, 2005 in the emergency room of Regional Hospital. She was born January 20, 1930, in Owen County the daughter of George and Luda Haltom Hunsicker. During her working years she had been a substitute postal carrier for 15 years retiring in 1967. She was a former member of the United Church of Christ in Poland and the Tri-County Home Ec. Club...
HAZEL P. SUTHERLIN (09/01/05)
Hazel P. Sutherlin , 91, Cloverale, IN, died Thursday, September 1, 2005, at Mill Pond Health Campus, Greencastle, IN. She was born July 6, 1914 in Thorntown, IN the daughter of Ed Laudig and Mary Ann "Mollie" (Balentine) Laudig. She married Verly Delbert Sutherlin on November 21, 1931 and he preceded her in death on August 18, 2001. She was a housewife and a member of the Millgrove United Methodist Church, Millgrove, IN...