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Stories from Monday, September 11, 2006

Officials learn how to collect DNA at crime scenes (09/11/06)
By JASON JACOBS bigjake9160@yahoo.com Criminal justice officials from eight counties, including Clay County attended a felony DNA collection training session Thursday in Greencastle. The training was conducted by Mark F. Renner, the director of contract operations for Strand Analytical Laboratories, and Indianapolis-based organization that provides forensic and parentage DNA testing services...
Boost a soldier's morale (09/11/06)
NOTE: Operation Military Kids will be at the Brazil National Guard Armory Saturday 9-11 a.m. The public is invited to come out and create a card or letter of support to send to active duty soldiers stationed overseas. By IVY HERRON missivy1964@yahoo.com...
Hundreds say good-bye to faithful fireman (09/11/06)
Ivy Herron photo Members of the Clay County Sheriff's Department, Clay County Coroner's Office and the Brazil City Fire Department stand at attention at the Staunton 4-way stop as more than 50 emergency rescue vehicles in Miller's funeral procession pass by. The procession was more than 2 miles long...
First steps continues, despite funding cuts (09/11/06)
By DIANE DIERKS cddierks@yahoo.com After surviving funding cuts and restructured eligibility requirements, First Steps, Indiana's early intervention program, continues to serve children in need. Dawn Carlson, program manager of the eleven-county district in West Central Indiana, was concerned First Steps would be terminated and Indiana would be one of the few states in the country with no early intervention program...
A hero's funeral (09/11/06)
- Fallen fireman was laid to rest Friday Ivy Herron photo Handwritten signs placed on utility posts along the funeral procession route showed the Staunton community's support and love for their fallen hero, Assistant Fire Chief Errett Miller.
YMCA adopts sex and violent offender policy (09/11/06)
Diane Dierks photo A group of men used the YMCA weight room. The YMCA of Clay County offers many services to the community including: weights, cardio equipment, aerobic exercise programs, tai chi classes, game room, community room and kitchen rental, children's sports programs, child care and adult intramural leagues...
Richie Lex wins Patriot 100 and $2,000 payday (09/11/06)
By CAREY FOX Redwood17257@yahoo.com PUTNAMVILLE -- Richie Lex made his second race in the driver's seat of the #45 Trimble Construction sponsored UMP Modified one to remember on Saturday night, besting a field of more than 40 cars to win the 3rd annual Patriot 100 at Lincoln Park Speedway...
Northview races in Eagle Classic (09/11/06)
Carey Fox photo Chris Smith ran to a 48th place finish in the Eagle Classic at Brown County on Saturday. Staff Reports Northview's Kylee Thacker was the highest Northview finisher at the Eagle Classic in Brown County, taking sixth in the girls AA race with a time of 15:35. Her finish paced the Knights to an eighth place finish as a team...
JIMMY 'ROBBY' ROBINSON (09/11/06)
Jimmy "Robby" Curtis Robinson, "has slipped the surly bonds of earth and touched the face of God". He left this world on Sept. 8, 2006. He came into this world April 11, 1937, in Sullivan, Ind., the son of Archie Paul Robinson and Margaret Curtis Robinson. ...
GEORGE R. FOX (09/11/06)
George R. Fox, 84 of Reelsville, passed away at his residence Friday morning Sept. 8, 2006, following a battle with cancer. He was born April 30, 1922, in Des Moines, Iowa, to Joseph and Stella Roden Fox. Mr. Fox farmed in the Reelsville area for many years; however, his passions were fishing and spending time with his family...
Lois Hughbanks (09/11/06)
Lois Hughbanks, 92, of Indianapolis and formerly of Brazil died Sept. 6, 2006, at Forest Creek Village. She was born May 5, 1914, in Clay County, the daughter of Charles Kaelber and Rosa Brock Kaelber. She was married to C. Odell Hughbanks, he preceded her in death...