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Stories from Wednesday, May 10, 2006

'Fat Man' finishes walking (05/10/06)
Ivy Herron photo After seeing "Fat Man" on the "Today" show in January, Excel Graphics' employees Jody Grey, Doug Hayes and Dennis Sawyer watched for Steve Vaught to pass by the business on his way east. They ran across the highway on a Friday afternoon last January to have their picture taken with Vaught and offer words of encouragement...
Business discussed at Tuesday's city council session included: (05/10/06)
- A grant program for low-income homeowners Council members passed Resolution 1-2006 on its second reading, clearing the way for a grant program which will allow disabled, elderly or low-income homeowners to pay for necessary home improvements with state money...
Suspects may be charged with theft (05/10/06)
Clay County Prosecutor Lee Reberger anticipates charging several juveniles and adults with as many as 10 thefts. The charges stem from law enforcement's investigation into Staunton vehicle break-ins on May 1. "The case is still under investigation at this time, but we do expect to file charges soon," he told The Brazil Times...
Walgreens request postponed (05/10/06)
Walgreens will have to wait. The Brazil City Council voted to table Ordinance 16-2006 Tuesday, withholding final approval of the measure that would hand over a portion of an alley to the retail giant. Council members unanimously agreed to table the ordinance-- which passed by a 5-0 vote on its first reading April 25-- after hearing the testimony of a homeowner who would be affected by the closing of a portion of the alley situated between U.S. ...
Man jailed for Parke Co. murders to be tried in Hamilton County (05/10/06)
Hamilton County has been picked to be the site of the Parke County murder trial of 35-year-old Chad A. Cottrell. Hamilton Superior Court No. 3 Judge William Hughes will preside over the upcoming trial that will take place in Noblesville, Ind. Cottrell's lawyers, the Parke County Prosecutor Steve Cvengros and Judge Hughes have planned a conference call on Thursday to discuss possible dates for a pre-trial hearing...
3 injured in crash (05/10/06)
A three-vehicle accident was the result of a driver not paying attention to what was going on in front of him to make his second accident in three hours on Monday, according to Clay County Sheriff's Deputy Brian Pierce. Brett Horn, 18, of Clay City, was traveling north on S.R. 59 when he rear-ended a 2004 Toyota car driven by Leonel Lopex, 21, of Indianapolis...
North Clay tames visitors in final home meet (05/10/06)
Tanner Brown was the 800 meter winner for the Knights on Tuesday evening. North Clay's girls track team, fresh off a Western Indiana Conference championship earned on Saturday, added another victory in a tri-meet with Riverton Parke and Cascade on Tuesday night...
Knights shutdown Patriots for sixth straight (05/10/06)
Carey Fox photos (Left) Traci Sanders had a single and scored a run in Tuesday's win while (right) Stephanie Jonson (#7) is congratulated by teammates following a homerun. Northview handled their most recent matchup during rivalry week with efficiency on Tuesday night, overcoming a sluggish start to finish strong in a 6-0 win over Terre Haute North...
CHARLES W. 'CHUCK' STEVENSON (05/10/06)
Charles W. "Chuck" Stevenson, 80, died Monday, May 8, 2006 at Regional Hospital at Terre Haute. Born Aug. 1, 1925, in Shepherdsville, Indiana, he was the son of William W. Stevenson and Laverna (Payne) Stevenson. He was retired from National Standard Company, Niles, Michigan. He was married Jan. 25, 1947...
BILL 'BILLY' PHILLIPS (05/10/06)
Bill "Billy" Phillips, 56, of Reelsville died at 8:49 p.m. Sunday, May 7, 2006, at St. Vincents Hospital in Indianapolis. He was born May 4, 1950, at home in Madison County, Missouri as the son of James and Flora Acuff Phillips. On July 3, 1999, he married Gloria Green at their home near Manhattan, Indiana...
MAX EUGENE MONCE SR. (05/10/06)
Max Eugene Monce Sr., 66, of Brazil died at 3:29 a.m. Tuesday, May 9, 2006, in the emergency room at St. Vincent Clay Hospital in Brazil. He was born Feb. 22, 1940, in Clinton, Indiana, as the son of Milton and Evelyn Jordan Monce. Following high school he served during the Vietnam War with the U.S. Army until his honorable discharge. He married Cordelia Anne Young in Brazil on Dec. 12, 1961...