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Stories from Tuesday, April 11, 2006

Clay Countians gear up for Cancer Society's Relay for Life (04/11/06)
A number of people stopped by the Riddell National Bank to place their signatures of support on the American Cancer Society's Wall of HOPE banner. The banner will be displayed at various locations around the county for people to sign before being displayed in September at the Celebration on the Hill 2006 in Washington D.C...
Penny Wars rustlin' up money for Relay's 'Ropin' for a Cure' (04/11/06)
There's a war going on in our elementary schools, but it's only for a limited time. Students are gathering their weapon of choice, all the small change they can find, to join in the fight against cancer For two weeks, the American Cancer Society's Penny Wars allow students an opportunity to support the upcoming Relay For Life "Ropin' In A Cure." Scheduled at the YMCA, this year's 14-hour event begins at 4 p.m. on April 29 and ends at 6 a.m. on April 30...
In his own words (04/11/06)
Note: All candidates and voters are invited to attend a candidates' political forum at 6 p.m., April 26, at the 4-H Fairgrounds. Sponsored by The Brazil Times, Clay County Farm Bureau and Clay County Chamber of Commerce, the public forum will give voters the opportunity to question candidates for school board and the candidates in the Democratic Party sheriff's primary...
Drive to Indianapolis? Save gas by commuting (04/11/06)
Each morning before Greencastle resident Jerry Rud leaves home for his job in downtown Indianapolis, he checks his watch to make sure he is on time. He grabs the keys to the van parked in front of his house on Anderson Street, starts the engine and heads south on U.S. 231 until he comes to the state highway garage just off I-70 at Cloverdale...
North Daviess outlasts Clay City in Eels' home opener (04/11/06)
Carey Fox photo Andre Hayes struck out eight North Daviess batters in Monday's loss. CLAY CITY -- Beauty they say is in the eye of the beholder, but there was little that could be found attractive about the home opening baseball contest at Clay City on Monday evening...
Northview B and C teams victorious over Vikings (04/11/06)
The Northview B and C baseball teams earned a pair of victories over rival West Vigo on Monday evening. The Knights earned a 7-1 win in the B game as J.J. Smerdel went the distance, allowing three hits, striking out eight Vikings and walking just one. He also had a pair of hits, including a double and two RBIs while scoring two runs. Nick Lancaster added a double and Alex Smith contributed a pair of hits for the victorious Knights. Curtis Peters also had one hit...
Northview tennis struggles to find early groove (04/11/06)
The Northview varsity tennis team dropped a close 3-2 matchup with Plainfield on Monday evening though the JV squad flipped the results for a 3-2 victory. The doubles teams earned both victories as Ramey Hayes and Kellsy Maurer won 6-3, 6-1 at No. 1 singles and Jazmine Kellum and Abby Smith won 6-2, 6-4...
Eels fall in track openers (04/11/06)
The Clay City Eels excelled in the throwing events at their opening track meet of the season but it wasn't enough to overtake host Linton on Monday evening. The girls team got first place finishes from Sabrina Liechty in the shotput (32-4) along with Kasey Waite in the discus (96-2) and Andrea Ladd won the 100 meters in 13.13 and Chelsea Taylor in both the 1,600 (6:48) and 3,200 (15:35), but the Miners won the meet 79 to 49...
Lakers sink Clay City in seventh (04/11/06)
Andy McCammon photo Clay City's Tasha Collenbaugh (right) delivers a strikeout pitch during Monday's loss to Shakamak. Collenbaugh struck out 12 in the game. Clay City freshman pitcher Tasha Collenbaugh struck out six of the first eight Shakamak Lakers she faced Monday, but control problems ultimately got the best of her...
NATALIE JAYNE KIRKLING (04/11/06)
Natalie Jayne Kirkling, 26, passed away on Saturday, April 8, 2006, at the Hattie Larlham Foundation, in Manuta, Ohio, where she had been a resident for most of her life. She was born June 11, 1979, in St. Louis, Missouri, to David and Monika (Burcham) Kirkling. Natalie will always be remembered for her smile that she shared with so many who came to know and love her...
FRANK D. SMITH (04/11/06)
Frank D. Smith, 71, of Brazil formerly of Norman, Arkansas, passed away in his home April 10, 2006, at 8:15am. He was born July 30, 1934, in Pine Valley, Oklahoma the son of Ross Smith and Mae Anderson Smith. As a young man he worked in construction as a "Climber" in the building of steel towers. ...