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Stories from Tuesday, April 25, 2006

Bridgeton Bridge update (04/25/06)
Sex offender sentenced, two years after crime (04/25/06)
By IVY HERRON missivy1964@yahoo.com On Monday morning, the family of a victim of sexual deviate conduct, now age 8, watched as the admitted perpetrator was sentenced in Clay Circuit Court by Special Judge Robert Lowe. "It's been two years (since the incident) and he got to walk free during that time while my daughter has nightmares," the mother of the victim told the court before sentencing. ...
Clay City receives highest band score (04/25/06)
By KEVIN REBERGER For The Times The Clay City High School Concert Band participated in the ISSMA Concert Organization Contest at Warren Central High School in Indianapolis Friday night. The band received the highest possible ratings -- gold medal ratings -- in both their performance of prepared music and sight-reading. The band was evaluated in nine different categories...
Rape suspect arrested (04/25/06)
Andrew Knight By IVY HERRON missivy1964@yahoo.com Late Thursday afternoon, Indiana State Police Troopers served an arrest warrant on a suspect in connection to a rape investigation by the Clay County Sheriff's Department. Andrew J. Knight, 19, of Indianapolis, was arrested and preliminarily charged with one count each of Rape and Criminal Deviate Conduct...
March of Dimes WalkAmerica is Saturday (04/25/06)
Submitted photo Hank, Hannah and Hayden Slater By ANDY MCCAMMON tamccammon1@yahoo.com The Wabash Valley division of the March of Dimes will stage its annual WalkAmerica fundraiser Saturday, April 29, at Memorial Stadium at ISU. The 2005 Wabash Valley WalkAmerica event involved almost 1,500 individual participants and 143 teams. ...
City Council looking at paving options (04/25/06)
By ANDY MCCAMMON tamccammon1@yahoo.com With a limited paving budget and the cost of oil-based construction materials on the rise, the outlook for Brazil's city streets remains bumpy in 2006. Mayor Tom Arthur and city council members convened a special working session Friday to determine the best use for the city's $40,000, 2006 paving budget-- an amount well below the cost of even 1 mile of asphalt resurfacing ($54,000) since the recent spike in oil prices, according to a representative for Wabash Valley Asphalt.. ...
Visiting Linton able to hold off junior high Eels (04/25/06)
By CAREY FOX Redwood17257@yahoo.com CLAY CITY -- The Clay City boys junior high track team faced off with rival Linton on Monday night, falling just short of the Miners, 56-53. The Eels had plenty of runnerup finishes but not quite enough firsts to overcome their visitors...
Wabash Valley Wrestling has unbeaten weekend (04/25/06)
Staff Reports The Wabash Valley Wrestling Club had an exceptional weekend at the Jennings County Tournament, winning an incredible 19-of-19 matches on the day which gave them seven championships overall. The tourney used a unique system in which a competitor had to win two out of three periods to defeat his opponent, the exception being a pin which automatically ended the bout. A five point throw would also end a period automatically...
Clay City can't handle visiting North Central (04/25/06)
By CAREY FOX Redwood17257@yahoo.com As far as pitching goes in softball, hitting your spots is a big key to winning at the high school level. In Monday's game against North Central, freshman hurler Tasha Collenbaugh went deep into the count against many of the T-Birds and the veteran squad was able to get to the Eels for a pair of big innings...
CATHERINE L. LYLE DAVID (04/25/06)
Catherine L. Lyle David, 73, of Chesterton, Indiana, formerly of Roselawn, Indiana, passed away on Monday, April 24, 2006. She was born in Brazil and was a member of the Lake Village Presbyterian Church in Lake Village, Indiana, and was a retired sales clerk with JC Penney in Merrilville, Indiana...
ELLEN IRENE ALEXANDER (04/25/06)
Ellen Irene Alexander, 80, of Coatesville, Indiana, passed away April 24, 2006, at the Hendricks Regional Health in Danville. Survivors include her husband, Shirrell Alexander; a son, William Kumpf Jr.; a daughter, Virginia Boyce; a stepson, Stephen Alexander; sisters, Edith Gummere and Louise Kylander, 11 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren...
G. WILLIAM MARTIN (04/25/06)
G. William Martin, "Bill," of Crisfield, Maryland, died April 20, 2006, in Morgantown, West Virginia, after a short illness. He also lived in Romney, West Virginia, and Knightsville, Indiana. He was born April 10, 1936, in Youngstown, Ohio, to George and Mary (Donald) Martin. ...
SARA JANE BUCK (04/25/06)
Sara Jane Buck, 80, of Knightsville, passed away Sunday, April 23, 2006, in the Terre Haute Union Hospital. She was born April 10, 1926, in Brazil to Dr. Charles A. and Elsie B. Kantz Brush. She was a member of the First Church of the Nazarene in Brazil and loved to read and entertain...