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Stories from Monday, September 19, 2005

Knights celebrate sweet 16th over Athenians (09/19/05)
The Northview volleyball teams split on Saturday afternoon against Crawfordsville, the JV falling 22-25, 14-25 with the varsity earning a four set, 25-18, 25-19, 20-25, 25-23 decision. In varsity action, Lindsay Thomas had 42 assists to go with six points, five blocks and four kills. Brittney Spugnardi had eight points, six digs and a pair of aces for the Knights and Brianne Arvin added three blocks and eight kills up front...
Museum celebrating 25 years (09/19/05)
Ivy Herron photo Curator Mary Moore shows off two of the many unique items on display at the Clay County Historical Society Old Post Office Museum located at 100 E. National Ave.: A radio that was manufactured on the second floor of Lynn's Pharmacy and the first TV brought to Brazil in 1949...
If the scarecrow waves at you, stop! (09/19/05)
By EDIE CAMPE eacampe@yahoo.com By going west on U.S. 36 from Rockville, travel about 3 miles and turn right on Coloma Road, then follow the yellow signs to Strawberry Road where you'll find a large waving scarecrow in the yard of Hobson's Farm. Corey and Patricia Hobson invite individuals, church groups, school groups, etc. to enjoy a day at their farm. The Hobson's have lots of fun activities for children and adults to enjoy...
Van Buren's Fish Fry is tonight (09/19/05)
It's tough work grinding 300 pounds of cabbage into cole slaw, but that is what it takes to get ready for tonight's Van Buren Volunteer Fire Department's Annual Jonah Fish Fry at the Carbon Fire House. After using the cafeteria equipment at the Van Buren Elementary School on Wednesday evening, fireman Mike Short, Chief Pete Taylor and Board Member Fred Metz cleaned the grinder...
Kids and adults learn fishing is fun -- together (09/19/05)
Frank Phillips photo L. T. Clark looks at a fish Levi Asher caught at Craig Park. The Fishing Fun Day began with a brief lesson by L. T. Clark, a retired Brazil sporting goods store owner. "I teach two priorities," he said. "One, is safety and two is appreciation."...
'Hey, Dad, I caught a fish!' (09/19/05)
Frank Phillips photo Gabriel Draper with his catch. Nearly 100 children with their parents or grandparents spent Saturday morning fishing at Craig Park in Brazil. It was the parks department's first Fishing Fun Day, a program revived from the fishing derbies the city sponsored at Forest Park in the 1940s...
Certification encourages business for IVC plant (09/19/05)
Frank Phillips photo IVC employees enjoy a catered lunch Friday in celebration of the plant becoming ISO 9000 certified. Not long before the plant opened in October, 2002, the land where IVC Industrial Coatings sets on County Road 300 E was vacant. Today, the company employs 32 people and pays an average of $10,50-$11 per hour, said General Manager Bud Beverly on Friday...
Motorcyclists get to ride with Gov. Mitch Daniels (09/19/05)
Gov. Mitch Daniels leads a pack of about 350 motorcycles into the parking lot of the Brazil American Legion Post 2 on Saturday. Riders from across Indiana completed the ABATE cruise that started at the State Capitol building, went to Lieber State Recreation Area's Cataract Falls and ended at the Legion. The purpose of the trip was to raise awareness of motorcycles on the road...
Pump Prices (09/19/05)
The prices for regular, unleaded fuel this morning at Clay County gas stations were: BRAZIL AREA I-70 AREA CLAY CITY AREA The Brazil Times is offering free car pooling want-ads to people seeking rides or want to offer rides. Call 446-2216 for more information...
Rules for non-profit vendors (09/19/05)
By GLEN BROWN For The Times Good news for non-profit food vendors: They do not have to take the state certification as a Food Safety Manager as thought previously. Popcorn Festival members, who attended the Indiana Festival State Convention last year, were told that state regulations would require all food handlers, including non-profit organizations, to take tests and be certified. ...
North Clay wins versus Greencastle (09/19/05)
The North Clay eighth grade football team earned a victory over Greencastle on Thursday night to improve their record to 4-0 on the season. Justin White ran for a pair of touchdowns including a 65-yard score as part of a 133 yard night on the ground. He also threw for 26 yards. Drake Stevenson added 51 more yards on the ground with Broc Potter earning some tough yards from the backfield as well...
Eels earn 10th win (09/19/05)
The Clay City Eels improved to 10-1 overall on Thursday night by defeating Bloomfield, 25-20, 18-25, 21-25, 25-19, 15-9. Ashley McCullough had 16 points, three aces, 12 blocks and 13 kills in the victory and Angie Camp contributed eight kills, six blocks and four points while Courtney Dayhuff set up 15 assists and nine points from the service line. Chelsee Gerber had 14 assists and seven points with Sarah Kennedy adding eight blocks and seven kills...
Passing games on display in Knights win (09/19/05)
The first quarter of Friday's football game between Northview and Owen Valley went about according to each team's script with the Patriots running the ball with their tough running back, Wayne Bush. The Knights relied on their quick strike ability as Jamie Bays made a couple of big early plays...
Knights drop close WIC match to Edgewood (09/19/05)
The Northview boys soccer team lost a tough decision to Edgewood on Thursday night, 2-1. The Mustangs got on the board first as a result of some confusion in the Knight's defense to take a 1-0 advantage. From there, both squads matched up evenly until the waning minutes of the game...
Record setting day for Northview golf team (09/19/05)
Carey Fox photo Mary Beth Tribble lead the Knights to their third straight sectional title on Saturday with a 79. The Northview girls golf team put together a record-setting round during sectional play on Saturday, shooting a 325, to defend their title over Jasper's 343. ...
Champions decided at Lincoln Park (09/19/05)
PUTNAMVILLE -- Dave Darland took a tour through central Indiana racetracks in dominating fashion on Friday and Saturday evenings but came away without a victory. Sometimes luck is on your side and sometimes it displays just how fickle it can be. On Friday night, Darland was leading the feature event at Bloomington Speedway coming off turn four with checkered flag in sight, his right rear tire exploded and Jon Stanbrough nipped him at the finish line for the victory...
Eels and Knights at South Knox (09/19/05)
Submitted photo The North Clay girls were second in Saturday's South Knox Invite. The team (front row l-r) Alyssa Conrad, Shelby Bass, Nicole Nelson. (Back row l-r) Hallie Harbison, Emily Phillips, Cory Laue, Breanna Fagg. The Clay City Eels boys cross country team showed they might just be a very strong challenger for a sectional championship when they placed second to Barr-Reeve at the South Knox Invite, scoring 82 points to finish behind Barr Reeve's 63. ...
Penalty kicks deciding factor in Northview soccer victories (09/19/05)
Carey Fox photo Northview goal keeper Taylor Montague saves the first shot of penalty kicks as the Knights won 2-1, hitting all three PK's as Brown County was shutout. Most any soccer player or coach will tell you that they would rather not have a game decided by penalty kicks, but rather in the course of the game...
Northview girls golf team (09/19/05)
The Northview girls golf team celebrated a sectional championship on Saturday. The team: (front row l-r) Abby Smith, Mary Beth Tribble, Jenae Huffman and Madason Stevenson. (Back row l-r) Madison Kirchner, Kayla Cooper along with Assistant Coach Tyler Akers and Head Coach Teresa Akers...
LEONARD STEEB (09/19/05)
LEONARD STEEB Leonard Charles Steeb, age 66, of Brazil died Thursday afternoon, September 15, 2005, at St. Vincent Hospital in Indianapolis, IN. He was born May 11, 1939, in Indianapolis, the son of Frank and Ada Pringle Steeb. Following graduation from high school, he served in active duty with the U.S. ...