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Stories from Tuesday, October 3, 2006

Dr. Shockley completes residency (10/03/06)
Rachel Ann (Hofmann) Shockley, DO, has completed her Family Practice residency with the Community Health Network in Indianapolis. She attended Jackson Township Elementary School and graduated from Northview High School in 1994. Her undergraduate education was completed with honors at DePauw University, Greencastle. ...
First deer (10/03/06)
B. J. Pearson, age 6, of Carbon harvested his first deer on the family farm in Parke County on Sept. 23.
Justice Center lot being repaired (10/03/06)
By IVY HERRON missivy1964@yahoo.com On Monday, a race against Mother Nature began, as Wabash Valley Asphalt began repairing various sections of the parking lot at the Clay County Justice Center before resealing the whole parking lot and painting new lines...
United Way helps people (10/03/06)
Lynne Llewellyn photo The United Way of Clay County recognized Clay City Elementary for its support during the 2005-06 campaign at the annual kick-off luncheon held in August. United Way board member, and school nurse, Lynn Stoelting presents the Bronze Star Education Participation Award to first-grade teacher Karla Wellman...
Marching Knights win Gold rating (10/03/06)
The Northview Marching Knights received a Gold rating at the ISSMA District Contest this past Saturday. This advances the band to Regional on Oct 14 at Warren Central. The District was held at Southport. NMK also won the awards for Best Visual Performance and Best General Effect. Greenwood won the award for Best Music...
Let's go fishing! City Fun Day set for Saturday (10/03/06)
Keep Saturday, Oct. 7, open on your calendar if you like to fish! The second annual Fishing Fun Day sponsored by the Brazil City Parks and Recreation Dept., has been rescheduled 8:30-11 a.m., Saturday, at Brazil's Craig Park. The event is free to all kids, ages 16 and younger and adults ages 66 and older. Everyone else may participate, if they have a current Indiana Fishing License. Children ages 10 and younger must be accompanied by an adult...
Harvest time in Clay County (10/03/06)
Courtesy Photo from Purdue Extension-Clay County Last Friday morning, Kevin Cox-TST Farms was harvesting corn in northern Clay County. Local harvesting began in earnest last week as corn moisture levels dropped and were widely reported at 20-22 percent and some soybean were as low as 13 or 14 percent. ...
Power outage affects more than 2,600 people (10/03/06)
By IVY HERRON missivy1964@yahoo.com More than 2,600 Clay County residents and businesses lost power for about an hour because of an early morning storm Tuesday. "A substation located at Murphy and Hendrix streets was affected by the storm, causing the power outage (for Duke Energy customers)," said Angeline Protogere, spokesperson for Duke Energy. "Customers lost power at 7:19 a.m. and it was restored at 8:10 a.m."...
DANNY J. PRATER (10/03/06)
Danny J. Prater, 56, of Carbon, heard and answered the call of his Blessed Savior Sept. 21, 2006, at Union Hospital in Terre Haute. He was born Feb. 20, 1950, to Milton Prater and Carol Frantz Prater. He served in the military, and is survived by wife, Cheryl (Silvers) Prater, who he was married to for 21 years, six children, sons and daughters-in-laws, Danny Jr. ...
JANE BRATTIN ZELLER MAURER (10/03/06)
Jane Brattin Zeller Maurer, 91, of Brazil died at 11:55 p.m. Friday, September 29, 2006, at Terre Haute Regional Hospital. She was born June 19, 1915, in Indianapolis as the daughter of John Herr and Lucy Brattin Zeller. Following graduation from Brazil High School with the Class of 1933 she attended DePauw University where she graduated with Cum Laude honors with the Class of 1937. ...