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Stories from Thursday, September 7, 2006

BREAKING NEWS: Utility lines on truck (09/07/06)
At 11:20 a.m. Thursday, emergency crews were on the scene at Kentucky Fried Chicken on East National Ave., Brazil. A truck was stopped with utility lines laying on it. Crews were on their way to safely remove the lines from the truck. The road was not immediately closed and no one was reported injured at the time of the mishap...
County budget hearings continue (09/07/06)
By JASON JACOBS bigjake9160@yahoo.com The Clay County Council approved budget increases for the Family and Children, Children's Psychological Residential Treatment Services (CPRTS) and Information Systems departments Wednesday morning at the Clay County Courthouse...
Firefighter's family may be eligible for federal benefits (09/07/06)
- How you can help now Donations can be made at any branch of Riddell National Bank to help the family of Posey Volunteer Fire Department Assistant Fire Chief Errett Miller. Ask tellers to make deposits into the Posey Volunteer Fire Department Donation Fund Errett Miller...
Heavy trash pickup schedule changed (09/07/06)
By JASON JACOBS bigjake9160@yahoo.com Mayor Tom Arthur announced Tuesday that he is suspending the weekly heavy trash service he implemented in 2004 and changing it back to the original schedule of once every six months. The first pickup will be on Oct. 27 with the next collection coming in April 2007...
Staunton asked to lower flags (09/07/06)
By IVY HERRON missivy1964@yahoo.com Members of the Staunton Town Board are requesting all residents to lower their flags to half staff in memory of their "small town hero" Erett Miller. "This tragedy has affected everyone in town," said Cathy Mienheartt, a board member. "Errett Miller has helped everyone in this town, whether directly or indirectly, at some point. He was a good man who will be sorely missed."...
Firefighters remain on scene at Staunton for more than 2 1/2 hours (09/07/06)
Diane Dierks photo A residential fire broke out at 106 W. Polk St., in Staunton Wednesday evening at approximately 6 p.m. The structure was a one-story wooden frame home. Dick Johnson Twp. Fire Dept., Jackson Twp. Fire Dept., Posey Twp. Fire Dept., Trans-Care Ambulance, Clay County Search and Rescue, and the American Red Cross responded to the call. According to the Clay County Dispatch office, no one was inside the building at the time of the fire and there were no injuries reported...
Juvenile suspect attempted to deliver second bomb threat, sheriff's dept. says (09/07/06)
By IVY HERRON missivy1964@yahoo.com A juvenile, suspected of turning in the recent bomb threat at Northview High School, was detained by the Clay County Sheriff's Department Wednesday afternoon after a second bomb threat attempt. Around 2 p.m., Detective Jeff Maynard went to Northview High School to investigate the attempted bomb threat. ...
Golf seniors honored (09/07/06)
Carey Fox photo Northview celebrated senior night for the girls golf team a day later than originally planned after lightning ended Tuesday's match against South Putnam early. Northview head coach Teresa Akers (far left) is pictured with seniors (l-r) Madison Kirchner, Kayla Cooper, Millie Akers and Abby Smith...
T-Birds edge out Eels (09/07/06)
Staff Reports North Central won the battle between two of the areas best cross country teams on Tuesday evening. The Thunderbirds' Robert Shiflett took individual honors in the boys race and was followed across the line by teammate Ethan Jacob as North Central held off Clay City, 28 to 37, with Sullivan posting a score of 67...
WALTER TREASH (09/07/06)
Walter Treash, 86, of Imlay City, passed away Friday, Aug. 18, 2006, after an extended illness at St. John's-Macomb Hospital in Warren, Mich. Walter was born Feb. 29, 1920, in Pontiac, Ill., the son of George and Lou Ella (Neal) Treash. He grew up in Brazil, Ind.; he had lived in Michigan since 1944; he had lived in the Imlay City for the last 26 years. ...
STEVE BLACKWELL (09/07/06)
Steve Blackwell, 58, of Harbour Heights passed away Sept. 4, 2006. He was born April 18, 1948, in Lebanon, Ind., the son of Robert E. and Bette (Fulwider) Blackwell. Steve moved to Punta Gorda from Indiana in 1972. He was proud to be an English teacher, wrestling coach and, later, a media specialist at Charlotte High School for over 34 years. ...
RAYMOND L. GARRARD SR. (09/07/06)
Raymond L. Garrard, Sr., 71 of Brazil, formerly of Parke County, passed away 12:20 a.m. at Terre Haute Regional Hospital. He was born Jan. 28, 1936, in Robinson, Ill., the son of Alfred and Alice Stephens Garrard. He graduated from high school in Robinson...