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Stories from Wednesday, August 8, 2007

Local church offering new sermons and discounted gas (08/08/07)
BOWLING GREEN -- What could be better than serving the community, sharing the love of Christ, and helping a fellow man? Getting gas at a discounted price might come close. The First Christian Church of Brazil wants to do just that, and it's inviting anyone from the community to join them in celebrating the "Great Gas Buy-Down."...
Delinquent water bills the main focus of town council (08/08/07)
CENTER POINT-- Residents of Center Point believe strongly in following some simple rules. Pay your bill on time, don't speed through town, and clean up property. Follow these rules and all is well, don't follow them, and receive a letter from the town attorney...
Cosmetic repairs to North Clay are nearly complete (08/08/07)
A high-flying construction crew is completing phase two of a two-part cosmetic repair plan at North Clay Middle School. "The bricks that make up the outer surface of the building are 'popping'," Building and Grounds Director Tom Reberger said on Tuesday. "The popping is when the front of the bricks start to crumble off. This is just a cosmetic issue, not a structural issue. We want the school to look as nice today as it did when it was built."...
Restoration of Bridgeton Mill waterfall underway (08/08/07)
Mike Roe has been quite busy these days. His latest project has cost a lot of money. But in his mind, it's been well worth it. Roe has owned the Bridgeton Mill for several years. However, he recently started restoring the waterfall area by the mill...
Tip leads to sweet justice for deputy (08/08/07)
An anonymous tip late Monday morning led to the afternoon arrest of three individuals. "A lot of times people think we don't do anything with the anonymous tips we receive," Clay County Sheriff's Deputy Jason Frazier said after arresting Eddie Webster Jr., Heather Webster and Randy E. Gilleland during a traffic stop. "But we work hand-in-hand with the public to fight crime, and this proves it."...
Sheese fills in for Bradshaw (08/08/07)
Those who had to conduct business with the Brazil City Mayor Tuesday did a double take for a reason. Interim Mayor Ann Bradshaw was not in the office Tuesday. In her place, however, was another familiar face as Brazil City Council President Jim Sheese filled in...
School news (08/08/07)
Indiana State University Dustin Moore, of Knightsville has received the Sylvan A. Yager Industrial Memorial Scholarship at Indiana State University. A graduate of Northview High School, Moore plans to study technology education at Indiana State this fall...
Engagements (08/08/07)
JULIE BISHOP AND JACKY WILEY Julie Bishop and Jacky Wiley, of Carbon, are pleased to announce their upcoming marriage on Sunday, Aug. 12, 2007, at 2 p.m. at the Celebration Christian Church, 10001 E. Margaret Dr., Terre Haute. All friends and family are invited to attend...
Delta Theta Tau conducts convention (08/08/07)
The 99th National Convention of Delta Theta Tau Sorority was held in Irving, Texas July 11-15, 2007. National President Bonnie DeMeyer of New Carlisle, Ind. presided. "Delt's Round Up in Texas" was the theme of the convention with Kathy Moore of Greensburg, Ind. ...
Knights brave heat in South's golf invite (08/08/07)
TERRE HAUTE -- Under less than ideal conditions at Rea Park Golf Course, the Northview girls' golf team shot a team score of 420 at the Terre Haute South Invitational on Tuesday afternoon. With temperatures soaring into the high 90's, Jasper's Wildcats shot an impressive round of 337, paced by Kate Brosmer's 73 and Paige Schroeder's 77. They narrowly edged out Washington's team score of 342. The Hatchets were led by Darin Pinnick and Lauren McDonald who each carded an 80...
Knights chasing state finals berth (08/08/07)
One year ago, the Northview boys cross country team barely edged their way to the regional level as a team with a fifth place finish in the sectional. This season they've got higher goals, returning three all-conference runners from their runner-up Western Indiana Conference team last year. New coach Chad Smith believes that the Knights are prepared to make a run deeper into the postseason as experience gathered in 2006 can be put to use...
Public Record 8-8-07 (08/08/07)
Clay County Courthouse The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse Aug. 7: Clay Circuit Court - Civil Town Council of Town of Staunton Vs. Daniel Owen: Civil Tort Small Claims Riddell National Bank Vs. Steven W. Thompson, Jr. and Stephanie N. Runyan: Small Claims...