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Stories from Wednesday, April 19, 2006

The war is won by Staunton Elementary (04/19/06)
When the dust settled from the 2006 American Cancer Society's Penny Wars in the local elementary schools, Staunton Elementary was this year's winner. "Oh, how exciting. What a great surprise for our students returning from their break," Principal Sheryl Jordan told The Brazil Times Tuesday. "Our students have always been great giving donations to special things like this."...
Farmers market on its way to Brazil (04/19/06)
Local farmers-- from commercial growers to backyard hobbyists-- will soon have a new place to showcase their wares. As the spring growing season approaches, Brazil City Plan Administrator Brandy Means is poised to establish a farmers market in downtown Brazil-- a place for area growers to sell their crops, promote their growing operation and cultivate an atmosphere of community...
Two Vigo Co. men arrested (04/19/06)
Photos provided by Clay County Sheriff's Department A report of trespassing in the Staunton area Monday led to the discovery of an inactive meth lab and arrest of two Vigo County men on various drug related charges. The property owner called the Clay County Sheriff's Department to report seeing two men coming out of his woods near the intersection of C.R. 575 N. and the Cory/Staunton Road. Using his vehicle, the property owner blocked the men from leaving in a pickup truck...
'Bluegrass for Billy' festival held in memory of friend (04/19/06)
Submitted photo Bill Reed passed away in Aug. 2005 from lung cancer. Friends of the deceased Billy Reed have found a way to honor and cherish his memory. Dave Amerman, a friend of Billy Reed, is helping to organize a way to honor him. The "Bluegrass for Billy" festival and benefit is a way to raise money for The Bill Reed Music Scholarship Fund and the American Cancer Society...
Knights hold serve on the diamond (04/19/06)
Carey Fox photos Top photo: Northview rightfielder Brittaney Searing (center) gets advice from head coach Bethany Jones (left) and Dennis Leek (right). The meeting preceded an RBI single for Searing the gave the Knights a 1-0 lead on the way to a 3-1 victory...
Eels scratch out softball win over Panthers (04/19/06)
Andy McCammon photo Kendra Roe laces a double past Riverton Parke third baseman Heather Mager to score Kylee Knox and Emily Reed in the second inning of Tuesday's 6-5 win over the Panthers. The Clay City softball Lady Eels scratched out a 6-5 extra-innings win over Riverton Parke Tuesday, toppling the visiting Panthers for the first time in the program's history...
Northview track teams win convincingly on the road (04/19/06)
The Northview boys track team got a pair of first place finishes from Neil Vanatti (shotput and discus) and Shawn Hardey (100 and 200 meters) on the way to a convincing 96.5 to 50.5 win on Tuesday. Riverton Parke was third with nine points. Griffin Maurer won the 100 hurdles and James Grounds was the 1,600 winner with Hardey, Brian Walden, Broc Miller and Devon Chamberlain winning the 400 relay...
Clay City splits with South Putnam in track action (04/19/06)
The Clay City girls track team swept the throwing events on the way to a tri-meet victory at South Putnam on Tuesday. The Eels scored 82 points to beat the host Eagles' 59 followed by Shakamak at 24. Kasey Waite was the winner of the discus followed by Jackie Sands and Sabrina Liechty. In the shot, Liechty took the victory followed by Sands and Brittney Glass...
John W. Fulk Jr. (04/19/06)
John W. Fulk Jr., 59, of Staunton, passed away in his home Monday, April 17, 2006 with family surrounding him. He had been in Hospice of the Wabash Valley for several months. He was born June 10, 1946, married the love of his life June 18, 1967. He loved the great outdoors, loved to hunt and fish to provide for his family. He was a proud member of the NRA. He kept his faith in God on Fridays with his good friend Pastor Dan...
Ruth A. Brown (04/19/06)
Ruth A. Brown, 93, of Brazil, passed away April 17, 2006, at 6:27 p.m. at Cloverleaf Healthcare Facility. She had been a resident there for two years. She was born Nov. 28, 1912, in Clay County, the daughter of John and Florence Boes McCullough. She graduated from Brazil High School. ...
Annabelle Haverkamp (04/19/06)
Annabelle Haverkamp, age 89, of Brazil, died at 2:34 p.m. Monday, April 17, 2006 at Royal Oaks Healthcare in Terre Haute. She was born Nov. 8, 1916 as the daughter of Thomas and Agnes Andrew Campbell. She attended the Weaver Grade School, Brazil Junior High School and graduated from Brazil High School with the Class of 1934. She married William Haverkamp on July 27, 1936. They celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary in 2001. He preceded Annabelle in death on April 13, 2002...
Denver Robert "Denny" Dardeen (04/19/06)
Denver Robert "Denny" Dardeen, 84, of Brazil, passed away Monday, April 17, 2006, in the Holly Hill Health Care and Rehabilitation Facility. He was born May 5, 1921 in Terre Haute to George W. and Doris Albietz Dardeen. He was a graduate of Gerstmeyer High School and served his country as a paratrooper in the U.S. Army during WWII...