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Stories from Monday, January 16, 2006

Officers injured while investigating domestic dispute (01/16/06)
Two Brazil City police offficers were taken to St. Vincent Clay Hospital for injuries they sustained while investigating a domestic dispute about video equipment over the weekend. Around 10:30 p.m., Friday, Sgt. Dave Archer and Chris Blila responded to a domestic dispute at 427 E. Tennessee St...
School Board, teachers association to continue contract talks; teachers 'mad' (01/16/06)
Harper Studios photo Members of the Clay Community Schools Board of Trustees include Joe Thomas, Terry Barr, Dottie King, Ted Jackson, Jim Guy, Steve Grigsby and Len Fischer. School Board President Steve Grigsby told the crowd Thursday night the past two years of contract negotiations with the Clay Community Classroom Teachers' Association was permissible under Indiana law. He said the evening's presentation was not intended to be critical or adversarial...
Akers appointed to assistance program (01/16/06)
Clay Superior Court Judge Blaine Akers was one of two judges appointed to the Indiana Supreme Court's Judges and Lawyers Assistance Program. The announcement was made by Chief Justice Randall T. Shepard last week. Judge Akers, Clay Superior Court, and the Hon. Jonathan J. Robertson, Senior Judge for the Indiana Court of Appeals, were appointed...
Late burst leads Braves past Knights (01/16/06)
Carey Fox photos Top: Michael Medearis (left) skies to the basket while Terre Haute South's Koby Kraemer goes for the block during Friday's game. Bottom: Jared Timm (#13) goes in for a layin while Kyle Toney tries to draw the charge. Timm scored seven points before fouling out in the fourth quarter...
Third quarter burst spurs Artesians past Knights (01/16/06)
Northview got another look at a sectional championship contender on Thursday night, dropping a 71-48 decision to host Martinsville. The Artesians broke open a one-point halftime game by outscoring the Knights 28-7 behind a career-high 31 point night from Jessica Breeden who was also a thorn in the side for the Northview volleyball team...
Knights roll to Winter Duals championship (01/16/06)
Submitted photos Left: Northview won seven weight classes at the Sullivan Winter Duals on Saturday. The champions are (Front row l-r) Tommy Herr-Smith, Zach Stultz and Beau Pingleton. (Back row l-r) Greg Stultz, Chris Dean, Hank Weishaupt and Josh Longo...
Northview grads have big weekend on the track (01/16/06)
Northview graduates had a great deal of success in track action this past weekend as Brit Hofmann, Emily Pugh and Nikki Royer all were part of winning efforts for their respective teams. Hofmann established a school record for Rose-Hulman in the Engineer Collegiate Open on Saturday...
DONALD E. GRIGSBY (01/16/06)
Donald E. Grigsby, 48, of Brazil passed away unexpectedly January 15, 2006 at Union Hospital. He was born on January 15, 1958, in Brazil, the son of Everett Grigsby and Betty Cooksey Grigsby. He attended school at Jackson Township and Van Buren High School. He worked at MI Home Products and the Wake-Up service station before starting his own lawn care business in 1999. He enjoyed playing cards, watching western movies and spending time with family and friends...
RUBY M. HALL (01/16/06)
Ruby M. Hall, 83, of Reelsville, Indiana, died Saturday, January 14, 2006, at Sheridan Healthcare Center in Sheridan, Indiana. She was born March 12, 1922, in Jasonville, Indiana, as the daughter of Thomas B. and Minnie Swaggerty Hall. She attended high school at Union High School in Dugger, Indiana. She worked for 34 years as a group leader at RCA in Indianapolis...