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Stories from Wednesday, September 28, 2005

Missing Putnam Co. child may be in area (09/28/05)
The search continues for a Putnam County toddler missing since April. Madisyn Pearl Buchanan, age 22 months of Cloverdale, is believed to be in the company of her non-custodial mother, Kathryn Frame, a former Clay County resident. A warrant has been issued for the arrest of Frame for violation of a child custody order...
United Way Star School Winners awarded (09/28/05)
Top: Lynn Stoelting (left), United Way representative, hands the principal, Sheryl Jordan, of Staunton Elementary School a plaque for being the Gold Star Winner for the school's contributions to the United Way of Clay County's 2004-05 Campaign. Middle: Lynn Stoelting (left), United Way representative, hands the principal, Connie Cook, of Forest Park Elementary School a plaque for being the Silver Star Winner for the school's contributions to the United Way of Clay County's 2004-05 Campaign...
Pump Prices (09/28/05)
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...
Clay City, Brazil marching band results are in (09/28/05)
CLAY CITY IMPERIAL REGIMENT The Clay City Imperial Regiment competed in marching band invitationals at ISU and Greenwood last Saturday. At ISU the band placed 1st in Class D and won caption awards for best music, best visual, best drum major and best percussion. Other placings were: 2nd place, Southridge (Huntingburg); and 3rd place, Forest Park (Ferdinand.)...
Workman's Comp. rate drops for city (09/28/05)
Mayor Tom Arthur had good news for the city council during its regular session Tuesday night. The city's Workmen's Compensation insurance rate has dropped 32 percent or $22,000. Arthur credited the drop to educating city workers about safety. Next comes an effort to lower the city's health insurance premiums, he said...
Motorist's call leads to arrest (09/28/05)
A 911 call from a motorist who witnessed a possible drunk driver on I-70, led to the arrest of an Indianapolis woman by Indiana State Police on Sept. 23. Indiana State Trooper Patrick Etter was dispatched to the area where the 911 caller reported the silver 2005 Pontiac Grand Prix traveling on I-70, and quickly came upon the vehicle within a few miles...
City, Humane Society negotiations continue (09/28/05)
Negotiations continue between the City of Brazil and the Humane Society. The city has offered to fund the animal shelter with $22,000 for 2006, but that offer was declined, Mayor Tom Arthur said before the city council meeting on Tuesday. He expects a new proposal from the Humane Society board soon...
North Clay in action!! (09/28/05)
(Left) Drake Stevenson flashes up the field, returning the opening kickoff for a touchdown in the eighth grade game versus West Viog. He had two first half touchdowns. (Right) North Clay's defense smothers West Vigo's quarterback in a 52-6 romp.
Knights can't muster the offense in loss to visiting Braves (09/28/05)
Carey Fox photo Ahnya Alstott prepares to stop an upfield kick by Terre Haute South. Alstott had two shots and had three steals for the Knights in the game. The Northview girls soccer team know what they have to do now heading into sectional play in two weeks, find a way to beat Terre Haute South...
Clay City boys win TRC (09/28/05)
Clay City's boys cross country team earned a Tri-River Conference meet on Tuesday night, defeating second place North Central by 17 points. The Eels' Logan Bettenbrock was the overall winner in 17:07 to help Clay City to the victory with just 29 points followed by North Central with 46, Shakamak had 72 points with Eminence and Linton rounding out the field...
JOHN RICHARD LAYER (09/28/05)
John Richard Layer, 74, Johnson City, TN, formerly of Terre Haute, went to be with the Lord on September 26, 2005 in Shelby County, KY, the result of an automobile accident. He was a Field Superintendent with the Daniels Company. Born January 4, 1931 in Wayne County, MI, he was the son of Floyd Layer and Foster Pratt Layer...