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Stories from Thursday, September 13, 2007

Knightsville Town Council to vote on 2008 budget tonight (09/13/07)
Housekeeping measures will be on the agenda and the minds of the members of the Town Council of Knightsville during their meeting tonight. This meeting was rescheduled due to board member scheduling difficulties. All three council members, President Mike Kester, Vice-president Debbie Cress and Council Member David M. Brown, are scheduled to attend the meeting...
Homecoming Queen Candidates (09/13/07)
Northview High School will crown a queen Friday during Homecoming festivities prior to the Knights' football game against Owen Valley. Candidates include (front, from left) Heather Foxx, Renee Leslie, Kyler Clark, (back) Katie Timberman and Jessica Booker. The queen will be crowned at 7 p.m...
Habitat builds house in Brazil (09/13/07)
The spirit of volunteering is alive and well in Clay County. Several local residents from Brazil, Riley, Center Point, Bowling Green and Terre Haute were on site Wednesday to help lay the foundation for the newest Habitat for Humanity of Clay County home...
Suspect arrested for Carbon break-ins (09/13/07)
CARBON -- A Brazil man involved in a Tuesday morning accident just south of Carbon on State Road 59 was arrested Wednesday afternoon for his involvement in two break-ins Carbon earlier that morning. On Wednesday afternoon, Ryan M. Long, 20, was taken into custody and booked into the Clay County Justice Center on preliminary charges of burglary and criminal mischief after admitting involvement in the break-ins at the Carbon Post Office and the C6 Bar...
Wallace gives her side (09/13/07)
Nearly one week after learning of the suspension, Janet Wallace offered her side of the story. On Friday, Brazil City Clerk/Treasurer Tracy Webster suspended Wallace, who serves in the office. Her official duties as deputy clerk/treasurer include handling taxes and payroll...
Knights win wild JV football game with Patriots (09/13/07)
SPENCER -- The Northview JV football team scored a 40-34 victory over Owen Valley this week. The Knights got on the scoreboard first against the Patriots when Trent Lancaster scored on a five-yard run and completed the two-point conversion for an 8-0 lead in the first quarter. Owen Valley would score themselves, but missed the conversion to narrow the Northview lead to 8-6...
Knights grab share of WIC soccer lead (09/13/07)
A share of first-place in the Western Indiana Conference was up for grabs when Edgewood came to visit Northview on Wednesday evening. The Knights had one WIC loss on their slate, a 1-0 defeat to Sullivan earlier this year. Edgewood however left Northview with a loss of their own after the Knights made an Ashley Woodcox first half goal stand up for a 1-0 victory over the Mustangs...
Irish offensive line seeks answers to poor play (09/13/07)
By TOM COYNE AP Sports Writer SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- Last season Michigan held Notre Dame to 4 yards rushing -- the worst total in 41 years for the Fighting Irish. The same performance Saturday against the Wolverines would be a season best. That's how bad the Notre Dame offense has been this season...
Cathedral guard commits to Boilermakers (09/13/07)
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP) -- Indianapolis Cathedral guard Kelsey Barlow has become the second player to give a verbal commitment for Purdue's 2009 recruiting class. The 6-foot-5 junior impressed Purdue coach Matt Painter, despite playing only 12 minutes a game as a sophomore. The son of former Cathedral and Notre Dame star Ken Barlow passed up offers from Xavier, Southern Illinois, Bradley and Indiana State...
Clark takes dead aim on easy East Lake (09/13/07)
By DOUG FERGUSON AP Golf Writer ATLANTA -- Given his choice, Tiger Woods likes to see a golf course as difficult as possible. It didn't take long to figure out that wouldn't be the case Thursday at the Tour Championship, the final playoff event for the FedEx Cup that felt more like preseason considering the marshmallow conditions at East Lake Golf Club...
Prosecutors won't file pot charge against Pacers' Williams (09/13/07)
By CLIFF BRUNT AP Sports Writer INDIANAPOLIS -- Prosecutors on Thursday decided not to file marijuana possession charges against Pacers forward Shawne Williams following his arrest this week, but the team still suspended him for three games for poor judgment...
Thomas game-winner snaps Yankees winning streak (09/13/07)
By The Associated Press TORONTO -- Frank Thomas drove in the winning run with a single in the ninth inning, and Toronto beat New York 2-1 on Thursday night to snap the Yankees' seven-game winning streak. The Yankees, who fell 5 1/2 games behind first-place Boston in the AL East, begin a three-game series with the Red Sox at Fenway Park on Friday night...
Blazers' top pick Oden to miss season after surgery (09/13/07)
BY ANNE M. PETERSON> AP Sports Writer PORTLAND, Ore. -- Greg Oden's rookie season with the Portland Trail Blazers ended before it started when the 7-footer had knee surgery Thursday. The former Indiana high school star who was top pick in the June draft went in for an exploratory procedure on his right knee and ended up having microfracture surgery, which means he will sit out the season...
NFL fines Patriots coach Bill Belichick $500,000 and team $250,000 (09/13/07)
By DAVE GOLDBERG AP Football Writer NEW YORK -- Bill Belichick should be able to read this signal clearly: Spy on your opponents, and it will cost you. The New England coach was fined the NFL maximum of $500,000 Thursday and the Patriots were ordered to pay $250,000 for stealing an opponent's defensive signals...
Trachsel earns first win for Cubs in eight years (09/13/07)
By The Associated Press HOUSTON -- Steve Trachsel earned his first win with the Cubs in eight years and Chicago hit four home runs to regain the NL Central lead by beating Houston 6-2 on Thursday night. Alfonso Soriano, Aramis Ramirez, Daryle Ward and Cliff Floyd homered for Chicago, which moved a half-game ahead of idle Milwaukee in the division race...
Public Record 9-13-07 (09/13/07)
Clay County Courthouse The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse Sept. 12: Clay Circuit Court -- Civil First Financial Bank Vs. Michael J. Redmon and Professional Account Service, Inc.: Mortgage Foreclosure Small Claims Pekin Insurance Company Vs. Vectren Corporation: Civil Tort...
Club News (09/13/07)
TRI COUNTY CLUB The Tri-County Club met at the home of Jeanne Steuerwald on Aug. 18, 2007 at 2 p.m. Winifred Allen gave devotions from Romans 12:6, Philippian 4:8 and James 1:3&4. Be an encourager Optimistic person. After the picnic-type lunch Jean Alsip called the meeting to order...
Harmony Happenings (09/13/07)
Harmony United Methodist Church is having a Family Game Night/Chili Cook-off on Friday evening Sept. 14. Everyone is welcome to attend. For more information contact Sarah Lawrence 448-3258 or the church 448-2917. An Old Bag Auction is planned for Sept. ...
Brazil Buzz (09/13/07)
As I sit at my computer, working on steering my thinking cap in the right direction, outside; a storm is brewing a healthy drink for us. I welcome rain and thoughts of cleaner air and cooler weather. This, my friends, has been one sizzling and body sapping hot summer. It has been so hot that, at times; it's almost impossible to keep cool under the collar...