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Stories from Wednesday, January 18, 2006

Plows were out early (01/18/06)
Snowplows worked on roads Wednesday morning.
Former Brazil newspaper owner to be honored (01/18/06)
GREENCASTLE, Ind. (AP) -- John R. Nixon, former owner of The Brazil Times and president and chief executive officer of Wabash-based Nixon Newspapers Inc., Robert Kriebel, the retired editor of Lafayette's Journal and Courier, and longtime Indianapolis News reporter Bettie Cadou are among four people to be inducted into the Indiana Journalism Hall of Fame in April...
Off and running ... candidates' filing period begins (01/18/06)
-Candidates' seminar planned by Indiana Farm Bureau, registration due Friday The filing period begins today for the May 2 Primary Election in Indiana. To help candidates, Indiana Farm Bureau has planned a Campaign Management Training Seminar -- better known as the election school...
Hot time in Clay City: Northview wins 74-50 (01/18/06)
Top photo: Clay City students and fans were out in force to root on their Eels against county rival Northview on Tuesday night. The Eels came out on the short end of a 74-50 decision against the Knights. Bottom photo: Northview students, part of a capacity crowd at Clay City High School, for Tuesday's Clay County boys' basketball battle, celebrate their team's halftime lead...
Rio Grande Rd. temporarily closed due to slick roads, school buses won't run on portion (01/18/06)
By FRANK PHILLIPS frankphi@hotmail.com We can't say we weren't warned. We also knew it was too good to last. Fifty-degree temperatures and rain gave way to snow Tuesday afternoon, leaving 1-2 inches of snow and ice in its wake. Wednesday morning, dri-vers awoke to the reality of driving on snow-covered roads, many that were slick...
Northview uses decisive run to win Clay County battle (01/18/06)
Top photo: (Carey Fox photo) Nick Wells skies over Clay City defenders for two of his game-high 20 points. Bottom photo: (Andy McCammon photo)Jason Shouse (#44) and Garrett Thatcher (#50) block Matt Stuckey's shot in Tuesday's Northview/Clay City game...
Cougars outscore Eels in fourth quarter flurry (01/18/06)
When your defense struggles their is generally a corresponding negative effect on the win column and Clay City is seeing just that right now. The Eels lost their third straight girls game on Monday night, dropping a 68-59 decision to North Daviess on the road...
CHARLES E. "GENE" MOODY (01/18/06)
Charles E. "Gene" Moody, 72, Linton, and formerly of Bloomfield, died January 17, 2006, at 5:30 a.m. at Glenburn Home in Linton. Born December 20, 1933, in Dugger, Indiana, he was the son of Gerald Moody and Esta Pigg Moody. He was a self employed auto mechanic. He served in the U.S. Navy. He attended the Solsberry United Methodist Church...
MILDRED H. BRADEN (01/18/06)
Mildred H. Braden, 80, of Brazil, passed away January 17, 2006, at Union Hospital at 1:24 a.m. She was born September 8, 1925, in Portsmouth, Ohio, the daughter of Roy Schweinsberg and Gustava Middaugh Schweinsberg. February 8, 1946, she married John Braden, Sr. he survives. She worked for Quaker Maid in Terre Haute for over 36 years. She was a member of the VFW Post No. 1127 Auxiliary. She was a devoted wife, mother and grandma...
GARLAND R. WILLIAMS (01/18/06)
Garland R. Williams, 92, of rural Carbon in Parke County, died at 4:25 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 17, at Healthsouth of Terre Haute. He was born in Sullivan County on December 16, 1913. An avid sports enthusiast all his life, he graduated from Pimento High School in 1932 and participated in the athletic program...
ARTHUR EUGENE MITCHELL (01/18/06)
Arthur Eugene Mitchell, age 84, of Staunton, died Monday at Union Hospital in Terre Haute. He was born July 24, 1921, in Vigo County, Indiana. He was the son of John William Philip and Lucinda Triplett Mitchell. Following graduation from Staunton High School he served with the U.S. ...