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Saturday, Aug. 23, 2014

Stories from Monday, October 3, 2005

Kiwanians serve breakfast (10/03/05)
Kiwanians Charlie Brown (standing) and Charles Hapenny visit with Bill and Dorothy Reberger at the Kiwanis Pancake Day on Saturday in the Masonic Lodge. Smoke from the griddles had filled the room at the time this unretouched picture was taken.
Crowd enjoys truck pull (10/03/05)
Travis Frye, of Brazil, participated Saturday evening in the Clay County 4-H Invitational truck and semi pull. Travis placed second in the pull-off with a pull of 230.60 feet after a full-pull in first rounds in the 4-wheel drive altered stock class. He had the second full-pull of the evening, behind his brother Tad Frye, of Brazil in their "Blue Thunder" Ford truck. Mark Rothrock placed first with a pull of 240.30 feet...
Event at library promotes literacy (10/03/05)
Top: Brazil City Police Captain Andy Whittington was one of many local "celebrities" to take part in the Family Literacy Day festivities at the Brazil Public Library Saturday morning. Middle: Brazil Mayor Tom Arthur and LEAAP Center Director Mary Yelton discuss the city proclamation announcing Family Literacy Appreciation Day on Saturday morning at the Brazil Public Library...
Pump Prices (10/03/05)
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...
Popcorn Festival, other events dominate weekend (10/03/05)
Top Left: Longaberger Basketmaker by Request, Sharon Locke, puts a row into the first basket of the Popcorn Festival on Saturday morning. A basket was given away at the end of each hour during the festival. The Longaberger Basket Company representative was brought to the festival by French Funeral Home...
Rebuilding from the ashes (10/03/05)
Ivy Herron photo Workers Joe King, Elam King and David Stoltzfus, of King Builders in Waveland, Ind., work together to set the posts in Ken Michael's new pole barn. He will be using the barn as his new garage after the old one caught fire from a short in the wiring and burnt down the family home in May. Joe King said that the barn would be completed by October 23...
Commissioner Andrews victorious in civil case (10/03/05)
After a four-day trial in United States District Court, Southern District of Indiana, Terre Haute Division, a jury ruled Thursday afternoon in favor of business owner and Clay County Commissioner Daryl Andrews regarding allegations of sexual discrimination and harassment by five former employees...
Nope, it's this guy (10/03/05)
When the Redenbacher family put their heads together, they decided that contestant Joe Dierdorf was the winner of the Orville Redenbacher Look-Alike Contest Friday night.
Who do you think should have been crowned Orville's twin? (10/03/05)
Contestants (in no particular order) Marvin Waldbiesser, Ross Emmert, Pat Krider, Rex Hane, Corky Lutz, Ashey Stadler, Seth Whittle, Ruth A. Keen, Caleb Edington, Patricia Cesrsick, Allison Koehler and Jordan Gaskill got into the spirit of the Popcorn Festival Friday night, while participating in the Orville Redenbacher Look-A-Like Contest. ...
Knights win three of four at Peru (10/03/05)
The Northview volleyball team went 3-1 in tournament play at Peru on Saturday. The Knights defeated Indianapolis Arsenal Tech in the opening game by a 25-9, 25-17 score and then took down the host school by a 25-11, 25-11 count. They would go three sets with Indianapolis Chatard before falling 13-25, 25-22, 14-25 score. The Irish improved to 22-5 in the tournament. Northview rebounded to defeat Twin Lakes 25-16, 25-15 score...
IHSAA Football Sectionals drawn (10/03/05)
High school football teams around the state found out their sectional paths on Sunday evening. Northview and Terre Haute North were the only teams who received opening round home games with the Knights getting a chance at redemption versus the team that knocked them from the postseason last year...
Cross Country Girl's Team (10/03/05)
The Northview girls cross country team (shown after winning the Shakamak Invitational) won the WIC Championship on Saturday. (From left to right) Coach: Geoff Wayton, Felicia Smith, Emilee Lutes, Hannah Hunter, Casandra Barnett, Jennifer Jeffers, Allie True, Kayla Pugh and Shelby Colson...
Northview girls win WIC championship (10/03/05)
Carey Fox photo Eli Kirby placed 19th for Northview during Saturday's WIC meet. The Knights were second as a team. - Grounds 2nd in boys race; Phillips wins Jr. High title - The Northview girls cross country team earned themselves a conference championship on Saturday afternoon at Eagle Park in Brown County, running away from Owen Valley to take the team title with 49 points...
Knights miss cut at IHSAA golf finals (10/03/05)
Carey Fox photo Madason Stevenson finished up her Northview golf career at the IHSAA State Golf Championships with a round of 96 for the Knights. Competing in the IHSAA Girls Golf Championship on Friday, the Northview Knights didn't quite finish the way they would have liked, placing 20th in the 21 team field with a team score of 382...
Knights pick up 20th win versus Wildcats (10/03/05)
Christy Fulk (right) had 14 kills, six points and five blocks against South Vermillion. The Northview volleyball team picked up its 20th win of the season on Thursday night by downing South Vermillion 25-12, 25-8, 25-18. The Knights were lead in serving by Lottie King who had 19 points with five aces and Brittney Spugnardi added seven points with four aces as Northview tested out their jump serves versus the Wildcats. ...
Northview trounces S. Vermillion 63-6 (10/03/05)
Playing a formidable defense and a balanced and surprising offense, the Northview Knights remained undefeated in the Western Indiana Conference high school football race Friday night with a 63-6 victory over the host South Vermillion Wildcats. The victory improved the Knights' record to 4-0 in the WIC and 5-2 overall...
JOHN A. BROWN (10/03/05)
John A. Brown, 63, Rockville, IN. passed away Friday, September 30, 2005, at St. Vincent Clay Hospital in Brazil, IN. Born July 15, 1942, he was the son of Brookshire Brown and Cena Crowder Brown. He was a timber cutter and logger and attended a Baptist Church. On February 14, 1959, he was married to Kathy Hutson...
GRACE H. LEOHR (10/03/05)
Grace H. Leohr, 87, of Brazil, died October 1, 2005, at 6:00 p.m. at Clay County Health Center. She was born in Clay City December 14, 1917, to Ishamel and Alice Staley White. She married Woodrow Leohr on September 26, 1939. She was a homemaker, devoted to Christ and her family. She ministered with her husband at Deliverance Temple Church...