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Stories from Monday, September 25, 2006

Police standoff ends peacefully (09/25/06)
Photos (in order): - File photo Clay County Sheriff's Deputy Jon Lambert sits in a police cruiser, trying out computer equipment while another officer looks on in 2003. - Ivy Herron photos Indiana State Police troopers at the intersection of C.R. 550 East and U.S. 40 was blocked to traffic until the 14-hour standoff ended after midnight Saturday morning...
Patrons enjoy Cory Apple Festival (09/25/06)
(Top) Diane Dierks photos The Cory Apple Festival Queen and Princess Court waves to onlookers. (Bottom) Girls day out! Mother and daughter, Donna and Brandy Moss hold their mother and daughter Miniature Schnauzers, Zoe and Harley, during the Cory Apple Festival this weekend...
Clay City band wins 1st, 2nd (09/25/06)
The Clay City Imperial Regiment participated in marching band invitationals this past Saturday at ISU Memorial Stadium and Greenwood H.S. At ISU the band placed 2nd in Class D and won caption awards for best effect and drum major. Tri-West Hendricks placed first, while Monrovia placed third...
K-Day royalty ready to reign (09/25/06)
Olivia Herron photo North Clay Middle School Builders Club representative Shannon Sampson crowns 7th-grader Shelby Bender the 2006 K-Day Princess at Northview High School Thursday evening. Today is K-Day in Clay County and the following events are scheduled:...
5th annual Meridian home tour planned (09/25/06)
(Top) Diane Dierks photos The Davis Building remains one of the most impressive buildings in downtown Brazil. (Bottom) The pool house is owned by Dave and Veda Bussing. They will be serving refreshments during the home tour. What: Meridian-Forest Historic District Fifth Annual Historic Home Tour...
Popcorn fireworks planned (09/25/06)
By FRANK PHILLIPS frankphi@hotmail.com It may be a "marshmallow world in the winter," as the song says, but the sky above Brazil will turn popcorn-colored this fall, on Sept. 30. Actually, you will have to wait until dark to see the sky colored by yellow and white (OK, gold and silver) fireworks...
Donation makes pin flags possible (09/25/06)
Jason Jacobs photo Forest Park Golf Course and the Golf Board present members of Riddell Bank with a framed pin flag. The money for the flags which will be used at each hole every day the course is open was donated by Riddell National Bank. Pictured are Mark Nolin, vice president of Riddell National Bank; Greg Mullinix, vice president of the Golf Board; Mark Rogers, Forest Park Golf Pro; and Steve Kidwell, senior vice president of Riddell National Bank...
RUTH ELLEN KAHLER FERRIS JOY (09/25/06)
Ruth Ellen Kahler Ferris Joy, 71, of Poland passed away Sept. 21, 2006, at 11:57 p.m. at her residence following an extended illness. She was born June 15, 1935, to Forrest and Fern Clark Kahler. Ruth graduated from Nappanee High School and attended Purdue University. ...
CLEM LEMAY (09/25/06)
Clem LeMay, 61, of Brazil passed away September 23, 2006, at his residence. He was born April 13, 1945 in Clay County the son of Clem LeMay and Frances Batchlelor LeMay. His father died when he was a young child and he was raised by his mother and Clifford LeMay...
KEERA WINTER SNODDY (09/25/06)
Keera Winter Snoddy, 3-month-old daughter of Wade Alan Snoddy and Jennifer Rebecca Brown Snoddy, died at 7:44 p.m. Friday, Sept. 22, 2006, at Riley Children's Hospital in Indianapolis. She was born in Union Hospital in Terre Haute on June 16, 2006...
BETTY JOAN HEATON (09/25/06)
Betty Joan Heaton, 71, of Cory, passed away, Sept. 23, 2006, following an extended illness. She was born in Clay County, Oct. 6, 1934, to Carl and Kathryn Haney Sparks. She graduated from Cory High School in 1952. Betty married Forrest Heaton June 28, 1953. She served as the Township Assessor for several years. She was active in the Cory Zion Church, Order of Eastern Star, Riley Chapter 22, and the Cory Zion Church Ladies Aid...
PEGGY MCPHERSON (09/25/06)
Peggy McPherson passed away at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 20, in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. She was 93 years old. She was preceded in death by her husband, Duncan, and a son-in-law, Herb Cooper. She is survived by two daughters and a son, Arlene and John Tribble of Brazil; Donna Cooper of Winnipeg; and William and Luella McPherson of Ashern, Manitoba, Canada...