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Stories from Friday, March 17, 2006

Redenbacher daughter sharing rare collection with Clay County (03/17/06)
By FRANK PHILLIPS frankphi@hotmail.com Orville Redenbacher's family is sharing a rare collection with the Popcorn Festival of Clay Clay County. Redenbacher's daughter, Gail Redenbacher Tuminello, of Valparaiso, Ind., has all the original popcorn commercials starring her father on tape. It may be the only complete collection in the world...
School Board (03/17/06)
- Seven-period day still contract sticking point A settlement offer of $1 million dollars in various salary increases and benefits by the Clay Community School Board of Trustees was not enough to persuade the Clay Community Classroom Teachers' Association to agree to a student seven- period day with teachers teaching six instructional classes...
Northview musical opens tonight (03/17/06)
The cast of the Northview High School production of "All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten" fine-tunes one of the show's musical numbers during a dress rehearsal Tuesday. The show, based on the Robert Fulghum best seller of the same name, will run Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. in the NHS auditorium. Tickets are $3 and are available at the door or by calling 448-2661 ext. 1235...
UPDATE: Missing man found by family (03/17/06)
A missing Brazil man featured on the front page of Friday's Times has been found alive and safe by family members in Terre Haute. Don McLin disappeared on March 10 after leaving home and then wandering away from Union Hospital while waiting for medical treatment. The family had been passing out flyers and scouring Terre Haute in an attempt to find McLin...
Mayor, students helping to stop bullying (03/17/06)
Mayor Tom Arthur reads Executive Order 3-2006 to members of the Northview High School Student Council Friday, proclaiming the week of March 19-25 Bullying and Harassment Awareness Week in Brazil. Student Council Secretary Ahnya Alstott said the event is part of a push among student council organizations across the state to illuminate the problem of bullying in Indiana high schools...
Officers teaching students how to make right decisions about drugs (03/17/06)
- Drug education talks available by calling Chief Loudermilk at 446-2211 Brazil City Police Chief Mark Loudermilk and Brazil City Police Captain Andy Whittington informed students at Forest Park Elementary School Tuesday after school about drugs and the consequences of doing drugs. ...
School Board Highlights (03/17/06)
Highlights of business transacted at the Clay Community Schools Board of Trustees March meeting included: - School Performance Public Hearing Although the Annual School Performance Report is made public each year, this year a new state law requires every school board also hold a public hearing to allow people to ask questions, voice concerns, offer opinions or request more information. ...
City's annual report available soon (03/17/06)
The City of Brazil published its annual report for 2005 Wednesday, a department-by-department look at the city's vital statistics-- from the number of police traffic stops to the tonnage of cold patch used to repair potholes. Mayor Tom Arthur said the 17-page report, which compares statistical information compiled in 2005 to the 2004 report, was largely generated by the departments themselves...
North Clay grapplers split last two dual matches (03/17/06)
(Above) Brandon Pleake earned a 7-0 decision in a match versus Southmont this week and (below) Cole Dickison was a forfeit winner last week. The North Clay wrestling team has split their last two dual matches, dropping a hard fought 54-46 decision to Owen Valley last week before rebounding for a convincing 76-26 win over Southmont on Tuesday...