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Stories from Monday, October 9, 2006

Republicans ready for election, have fall dinner (10/09/06)
The Clay County Republican Fall Dinner was held at the Jackson Township Firehouse on Saturday, Oct. 7. Featured speakers included, front row from left: Mark Barnhart - Candidate for County Assessor, Debra James - Candidate for County Treasurer, Paul Sinders - Candidate for District 3 County Commissioner. ...
Democrats open headquarters (10/09/06)
Diane Dierks photo The Democrat Party Headquarters opened Saturday morning, Oct. 7 at 547 E. National Ave. in Brazil. Pictured from left holding ribbon: Elliot Stallcop, Rita Rothrock - District 1 Clay County council member and central committee treasurer, Vickie Lawhorn - candidate for Clay County treasurer, Sam Stallcop, Mary Jo Alumbaugh - Clay County deputy auditor and candidate for Clay County auditor and Lydia Stallcop...
Hoping to be Homecoming Queen (10/09/06)
Ivy Herron photo Senior queen candidates for the 2006 Northview High School Fall Homecoming are Kayla Chiles, Brogyn Mullinix, Madison Kirchner, Andrea Thomas and Sandy Little. By IVY HERRON missivy1964@yahoo.com The staff members and students of Northview High School are gearing up for Homecoming Weekend on Friday...
Strike up the band! (10/09/06)
Diane Dierks photo Practice makes perfect. The Northview Marching Knights prepare for the Ben Davis band competition that was held Saturday. By DIANE DIERKS cddierks@yahoo.com The Northview Marching Knights took home another victory at the Ben Davis band contest, held Saturday, Oct. 7th...
Fishing Fun Day lures 80 (10/09/06)
Diane Dierks photo Six-year-old Matthew Ross and his grandfather, Steve Robertson, enjoy the day at the Fishing Fun Day at Craig Park on Saturday. - Cool temperatures don't discourage anglers By DIANE DIERKS cddierks@yahoo.com Close to a 100 prizes were given away at the second annual Fishing Fun Day held at Craig Park on Saturday. The event was sponsored by the Brazil City Parks and Recreation Department and many businesses and individuals donated prizes and food...
Students stop at history train (10/09/06)
Ivy Herron photo On Thursday and Friday North Clay Middle School eighth-graders learn how Civil War soldiers handled their weapons from a volunteer "yankee drill sergeant" at the Indiana History Train. The free exhibit will be open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday at the Fort Harrison Industrial Park in Terre Haute. Follow the red signs located at the stoplight at 3 Parkway on N. Fruitridge Ave...
Brazil citizens against church rezoning (10/09/06)
By JASON JACOBS bigjake9160@yahoo.com The petition to rezone the Family Worship Center of Wabash Valley was the main topic of discussion at the City of Brazil Plan Commission met Thursday night in the Council Chambers of City Hall. The Light House Mission in Terre Haute wants to turn the worship center into a thrift store similar to the one in Terre Haute, selling clothing for about five cents on the dollar...
Brazil's Forest Park is over 85 years old (10/09/06)
Diane Dierks photo Forest Park was originally known as Staubitzer's woods. In 1921, the Staubitzer heirs deeded the land to the City of Brazil and the Brazil School Board. By DIANE DIERKS cddierks@yahoo.com Ever wondered how Forest Park came to be?...
Well Wishes Party for Shadd Revalee (10/09/06)
As the date for a third open heart surgery draws near, Shadd Revalee's family wants to get rid of the nerves caused from waiting by having a party. From 12 to 4 p.m. Sunday at the Harmony Park, friends, relatives and well-wishers can enjoy an afternoon with Shadd and his family. There will be food and fun activities for everyone...
Shadd prepares for surgery (10/09/06)
Ivy Herron photo Shadd Revalee and his dog Yoder in the front porch swing at home in Harmony. By IVY HERRON missivy1964@yahoo.com Vic and Karen Altemiller's son, Shadd Revalee would love to challenge you to a one-on-one game of basketball, knock your fastball into the outfield or block your attempts to tackle him in a rousing game of football; but he can't...
Randy "Little Joe" Batchelor, 42 of Brazil (10/09/06)
Randy "Little Joe" Batchelor, 42 of Brazil, passed away October 7, 2006, at his home. He had been battling cancer since 2004. He was born March 21, 1964, in Clay County, the son of David Batchelor and Emily Gleynn Batchelor. He graduated from Brazil High School and worked at Great Dane until his health problems forced him to retire in 2004...