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Stories from Friday, September 1, 2006

Boy's wish closer to fulfillment (09/01/06)
By DIANE DIERKS cddierks@yahoo.co Ben Durcholz's wish for a room makeover is closer to fulfillment. Volunteers are collecting materials needed to transform the bedroom into a basketball gymnasium and McDonald's activity area in order to make this child's wish come true...
Supporting community through United Way (09/01/06)
Ivy Herron photo The United Way of Clay County recognized industries for their support during last year's campaign at the annual kick-off luncheon on Aug. 25. Great Dane Trailers received an Industry Support Award award for their participation in the 2006 campaign. United Way President Jennifer French presented the award to team leader Jim Newpart and fellow Great Dane employees Jim McMichael, Jim Snyder, Dan Curtis, Rick Pugh, Patty Hammond, Sharon Curl, Jose Silva and Dan Mills...
Saline City picnic is this weekend (09/01/06)
Here is the schedule of events for the Saline City Labor Day Picnic: Saturday, Sept. 2: 7-10 a.m. -- Clay City Band Booster breakfast 8 a.m. -- Co-ed softball begins 11 a.m. -- Bluegrass for Billy begins 4 p.m. -- Jonah fish fry 6 p.m. -- Truck pull begins...
Republican candidate frontrunner to fill term (09/01/06)
The Republican Party has 30 days to call a caucus to find a candidate to fill the final weeks of State Rep. Andy Thomas's term. Republican candidate Amos Thomas of Brazil is the likely candidate, a party spokesperson told The Brazil Times. Amos Thomas is Andy Thomas's father...
Thomas resigns 44th District seat, joins Indiana Attorney General's office (09/01/06)
Frank Phillips photo State Rep. Andy Thomas (R-Brazil) resigned his seat Thursday to join Indiana Attorney General Steve Carter's office. By FRANK PHILLIPS frankphi@hotmail.com State Rep. Andy Thomas (R-Brazil) has a new job. He now works for Indiana Attorney Gen. Steve Carter...
Eels bounce back with win (09/01/06)
Staff Reports Clay City bounced back from their first volleyball loss of the season this week, by earning a 20-25, 25-21, 25-20, 25-20 win against visiting Owen Valley on Thursday night. The Eels were led by a 23 kill, five block night from Ashley McCullough and got a balanced setup from Courtney Dayhuff who had 27 assists to go with three kills. Chelsee Gerber also was a key component of spreading the ball around, distributing 18 assists and adding three kills...
Knights shutdown visiting Vikings (09/01/06)
Carey Fox photo Shaun Hardey (right) fires a penalty kick past West Vigo's keeper for the Knights first goal in a 5-0 shutout victory. By CAREY FOX Redwood17257@yahoo.com Coming off a game in which Tobias Ritzen scored three goals against Terre Haute North, Northview knew they would have to put the clamps on West Vigo's latest exchange student sensation to win their conference opener in soccer...
Knights ring up 10th straight win (09/01/06)
By CAREY FOX Redwood17257@yahoo.com The Linton Miners came into Northview's gym with a 4-1 mark and the confidence of besting rival Clay City this week. The expected showdown with the 9-0 Knights brought a big crowd to the contest, but the battle never quite materialized...
Knights squeeze past Miners (09/01/06)
Carey Fox photo Ryne Barr (pictured) and teammate Clint Grey won at No. 1 doubles versus Linton. Staff Reports The Northview tennis team dropped their top two matches in singles play, but their doubles squads and No. 3 singles player Garrett Turpin rallied the Knights to a 3-2 win against Linton on Wednesday...
Knights still unbeaten on links (09/01/06)
Carey Fox photo Northview's Mille Akers shot a 38 to pace the Knights to a victory at Forest Park. Staff Reports The Northview girls golf team remained unbeaten in dual matches this season with a three-way win over Edgewood and North Knox. The Knights scored 163 as a team, led by a 38 from senior Millie Akers with Madison Kirchner carding a 40 and Abby Smith a 42. Mary Beth Tribble shot a 43 and Kayla Cooper reported a 47 in the victory...
CHARLES 'JACK' VANNESS (09/01/06)
Charles "Jack" VanNess, 79, of Clay City, passed away at Regional Hospital in Terre Haute following a battle with cancer. He was born Nov. 24, 1926, in Brazil, to Charles and Flossie VanNess. He attended Brazil High School. Jack then began serving his country in the United States Navy. ...