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Stories from Friday, March 3, 2006

Local hospital benefits from $205,000 grant (03/03/06)
Submitted photo Jane Craigin, St. Vincent Williamsport Hospital; Patricia Maryland, Tom Crawford, Administrator, St. Vincent Frankfort Hospital; (back, left to right) Jerry Laue, Administrator, St. Vincent Clay Hospital; and Joe Roche, Administrator, St. Vincent Jennings Hospital pose with a model check of a big grant...
Factor in driver's death a rare occurrence, coroner says (03/03/06)
The death of a Brazil man who recently died during an arrest has generated public interest in a rare condition called Excited Delirium Syndrome (EDS). Pathologist Dr. Roland M. Kohr performed the autopsy at Terre Haute Regional Hospital earlier this week...
Musical draws capacity crowd at Lark Theatre (03/03/06)
For a thoroughly enjoyable evening, plan to see "Guy and Dolls" at the Lark Theatre through Saturday night. Tickets may be hard to come by, but you really should go, if you enjoy live entertainment at all. The show is sold out, said Rev. Ed Randall as he greeted guests. But you may be able to find a ticket or two if you try. It will be worth the effort...
Man hospitalized after riding into building (03/03/06)
Ivy Herron photo Brazil City Patrolman Todd Stemm, bus mechanic Jerry Fortune and Clay Community Schools Superintendent William Schad look at the scooter involved in a head-on crash into the Clay Community School Corporation's Transportation Garage storage shed Thursday morning...
Hit and run (03/03/06)
Ivy Herron photo Emergency personnel and passersby help a Greencastle man who was hit by an unknown motorist and left laying in the road Thursday afternoon just east of the intersection of N. C.R. 350 E.and U.S. 40. Several 911 calls shortly before noon Thursday alerted the Clay County Sheriff's Department to a hit and run accident just east of the intersection of N. C.R. 350 East and U.S. 40...
12-14 YMCA Tourney champs (03/03/06)
Submitted photo The American Heritage Barns sponsored 12-14 year old basketball team won the YMCA Tourney recently. The team is comprised of: (Front row) Brodie Riddell, Randy Snyder and Jeff Stough. (Middle row) Aaron Merritt, Justin Nevins, Billy Archer and James Snyder. (Back row) Coach Daniel Snyder, head coach Chris Howard and coach Rusty Quigley...
North Clay grapplers tie up Wildcats heading to WIC (03/03/06)
Carey Fox photos (Top) Eric Hamblen tightens his grip against a South Vermillion opponent on Thursday. Hamblen recorded a 28 second pin. (Above) Carson Craft keeps his opponent on the mat on the way to a 5-2 victory. There was plenty of action in the dual Western Indiana Conference wrestling match on Thursday night. ...
LAURA D. CARTER (03/03/06)
Laura D. Carter, 69, of Brazil, passed away unexpectedly March 1, 2006 at 8:37 p.m. in the emergency room. She was born November 1, 1936, in Clay County the daughter of John "Jack" Lynch and Kathryn Searcy Lynch. She graduated from Brazil High School, Class of 1954...
HENRY O. MIX (03/03/06)
Henry O. Mix, 80, a Brazil resident most of his life, died Thursday morning in St. Vincent Clay Hospital. Since November, 2003, he had been a resident-patient at Cloverleaf Healthcare in Knightsville. Born in Calhoun, Ky., on Feb. 11, 1926, his parents were Henry V. Mix and Lottie Hayven Mix. He later moved to this area where he was a 1944 graduate of Brazil High School, excelling as a lineman with the football team...
DONALD E. NEVILLE (03/03/06)
Donald E. Neville, 72, of Brazil, died March 1, 2006, at 3:18 a.m. at St. Vincent Clay Hospital. He was born March 12, 1933, in Clay County, the son of Robert P. Neville and Malinda Wetnight Neville. He attended Brazil High School. He served in the U.S. Air Force during the Korean War...