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Stories from Friday, June 23, 2006

ForeverAtLast making some noise (06/23/06)
Andy McCammon photo The Carter Family they "ain't". The members of ForeverAtLast: (from left) Jonathon Hoskins, Aaron Norris, Chris Lantz, Ryan Ames, Anthony Robison and Ryan Tennessen. Now the bass player for a hard-edged local Christian band, Anthony Robison still can't help but think about what might have been...
KFC-Kids working for success (06/23/06)
Do you know what makes the new KFC-Kids program in Clay County so special? Here's a hint: It has nothing to do with chicken. This is all about kids, families and community working together for educational success. "By far, this is the most innovative thing in education, and best of all, it works," Program Coordinator Julie Romas said. ...
Ginseng harvesting laws have changed (06/23/06)
Restrictions imposed on Indiana ginseng gatherers in 2005 have been repealed for the 2006 season, according to a local ginseng supplier. A change in state law aimed at preventing over-harvesting of the root, declared an endangered species in 1979, restricted the digging of younger ginseng plants. The law spelled trouble for Indiana gatherers, who saw an alarming dip in the number of plants eligible for harvest...
Community center being considered (06/23/06)
A grassroots community organization is considering a plan that would bring a new community center to the Clay City area. Harrison Township Trustee Kay Hart and members of the Harrison Township Board and Friends of the Library formed REIN (Recreation, Education, Information and Nutrition) with the intention of turning money willed to the now-defunct Clay County Hospital into a community center in Goshorn Park. ...
Sponsors needed for shows (06/23/06)
Plans are made, now Rotarians have only to finish the details and wait for the 71st Annual Rotary 4th of July Celebration to begin Wednesday. Committee heads met Thursday night at Moore Funeral Home for the last time before the celebration begins. Soon, banners will be going up. Raffle tickets for the $10,000 give-away have been sold by Rotarians and will be available at Rotary Headquarters in Forest Park during the celebration...
Watch for Great Race (06/23/06)
Antique cars will once again pass through Brazil, but a stop here is not anticipated. The nearest pit stop will be in Greencastle. The Great Race will travel west to its destination of San Rafael, Calif.. The race begins in Philadelphia. If you would like to see the cars up close, the drivers plan a two-hour pit stop on Greencastle's town square from 9:30-11:30 a.m., Wednesday, June 28...
Injured officers back on patrol (06/23/06)
Sgt. Dave Archer has returned to work at the Brazil City Police Department after recovering from injuries sustained in the line of duty, a source at the department confirmed. Archer and Patrolman Chris Blila were injured during a Jan. 13 domestic disturbance investigation at the Brazil home of Larry Douglas Winn...
Terre Haute mayor is ready to ride (06/23/06)
TERRE HAUTE -- On Saturday, the Annual Mayor's Ride and Bike Show is being held at Wabash Valley Harley-Davidson Inc., 3912 South U.S. 41 in Terre Haute. Registration for either parade, bike show or both starts at 10 a.m. and ends at noon. The actual police-lead parade starts at 1 p.m...
Fire ruled accidental (06/23/06)
Andy McCammon photo Brazil Fire Chief Tobey Archer said the one-story home at 924 S. Morgan suffered severe smoke and heat damage during a Sunday morning blaze. It was the residence of Lana Pasko. No one was injured in the fire. No injuries were reported in a fire that ripped through a single-story Brazil residence Sunday morning...
Riddell wins Maxi for quality of advertising (06/23/06)
Riddell National Bank recently won a Maxi award at the IBA Mega Conference. The award was for radio advertising for banks with asset size under $250,000. The competition was open to all banks in the state. Chuck Crow, president and CEO of Community Bank in Noblesville and outgoing chairman of the IBA, presents the award to Steve Kidwell on June 7...
Venom wins at Ball State (06/23/06)
The Brazil Venom won the Ball State University 2006 Cardinal Summer Classic, high school varsity division. The tourney was (6/9-11/06) at Muncie IN. (Front row l-r): Brinn Meunier, Matt Stuckey, Jared Timm, Cole Milam (South Vermillion), Zach Sanabria. (Back row l-r) Bernie Meunier, Tyler Coltharp, Josiah Brock, Garrett Thatcher (Clay City), Brodee Miller, Chris Miller...
Venom wins at Ball State (06/23/06)
The Brazil Venom won the Ball State University 2006 Cardinal Summer Classic, high school varsity division. The tourney was (6/9-11/06) at Muncie IN. (Front row l-r): Brinn Meunier, Matt Stuckey, Jared Timm, Cole Milam (South Vermillion), Zach Sanabria. (Back row l-r) Bernie Meunier, Tyler Coltharp, Josiah Brock, Garrett Thatcher (Clay City), Brodee Miller, Chris Miller...