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Stories from Thursday, August 3, 2006

Amos Thomas nominated to Republican ticket (08/03/06)
Andy McCammon photo State Rep. Andy Thomas (center) beams as his father, Amos P. Thomas, gives a radio interview after winning the Republican nod for the District 44 seat in the Indiana House. By ANDY MCCAMMON tamccammon1@yahoo.com State Rep. Andy Thomas looked on Wednesday as a caucus chose his father, Amos P. Thomas, as the Republican nominee for the District 44 seat in the Indiana House of Representatives...
Brakes put on C.A.R.S. program (08/03/06)
By ANDY MCCAMMON tamccammon1@yahoo.com A not-for-profit agency has put the brakes on a plan that would have provided public transportation to elderly and disabled Clay County residents. The small-scale public transit system proposed to county officials by Rockville-based non-profit Child Adult Resource Services (C.A.R.S.) has been placed on hold. The agency had planned to launch the program early in 2007, but now that timetable has been pushed back by at least a year...
What's it like over there? (08/03/06)
Brazil native Monte Porter shares his observations as a National Guard member in Iraq By MONTE PORTER For The Times My first week in Iraq, a narrative description of "Army" life at Tallil and some of the people I've met. Greetings all! First of all, let me inform you that my travel agent has officially lost his job. ...
Candidates invited to forum (08/03/06)
By FRANK PHILLIPS frankphi@hotmail.com The Brazil Times, Clay County Farm Bureau and the Clay County Chamber of Commerce are planning a candidate's forum on Oct. 9 at 6 p.m. at the 4-H Fairgrounds on S.R. 59 south of Brazil. We have invited 8th District Congressional candidates John Hostettler and Brad Ellsworth, 44th District State Representative candidates Amos Thomas and Richard Thompson and Clay County Sheriff candidates Mike Heaton, Rob Gambill and Larry Pierce to participate in one-hour question-and-answer sessions.. ...
911: Boon or problem? It depends on caller (08/03/06)
Part 2 of 2 By IVY HERRON missivy1964@yahoo.com To properly report information about an emergency or crime, people need to be aware of "911 etiquette" to ensure the situation is handled as quickly and efficiently as possible, according to 911 Director John Turner...
Continuing Weather Conditions, High Energy Usage Lead to second MISO Energy Emergency Alert (08/03/06)
IPL, Duke Energy Indiana again asking customers to voluntarily reduce usage PLAINFIELD AND INDIANAPOLIS, IND.-- The Midwest Independent System Operator (MISO) has declared a second Energy Emergency Alert for member utilities in the central and eastern regions, including those in Indiana. This action is necessary due to continued high temperatures, peak energy loads and stress on generation units and systems...
Knights kick off 2006 season with tourneys (08/03/06)
Submitted photo Members of the Northview Knights squad that competed at the Brebeuf Invitational on Monday afternoon include: (front row l-r) Kayla Cooper, Millie Akers, Madison Kirchner and Abby Smith. (Back row l-r) Mary Beth Tribble, Savannah Purcell, Olivia Oehler and Sunny Shaw...
PAULA ANN POWELL MILNER (08/03/06)
Paula Ann Powell Milner, 43, of Terre Haute, died Monday, July 31, 2006, in St. Francis Hospital, Beech Grove, Ind. Surviving are her mother, Patricia Baysinger Powell; son, Steve Van Ness; daughters, Melissa Sedletzeck and Dawn McCallister; brother, Philip D. Powell; sister, Penny Batchelor; grandchildren, Brock Pepelea, Kayla Pepelea, Christopher Walker, Kora Van Ness, Alexia Van Ness; several nieces and nephews and a large extended family...