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Stories from Friday, September 14, 2007

Brazil VFW lends Clay City post a hand (09/14/07)
The members of the Shonk-Dierdorf Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 6606, Clay City, with a little help from brother members at the Brazil VFW Post No.1127, are determined to rebuild after a fire gutted their facility on June 29. "We are very appreciative of the support from our brothers at the Brazil Post and all the people who have supported us," Post Commander Butch McVicar said Thursday night at a check presentation ceremony at the Clay City Senior Citizen Center. ...
Cruise-in scheduled (09/14/07)
Holly Hill Healthcare will conduct its third cruise-in today. Judging for the event is scheduled to take part between noon and 1 p.m. Registration begins earlier in the day. A trophy presentation is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. and door prizes will be handout throughout the day...
Town council approves budget, new windows (09/14/07)
Here she is... (09/14/07)
Trimester scheduling recommended (09/14/07)
By JASON MOON Managing Editor After nearly a year-long study, a group approached the Clay Community School Board Thursday with its final recommendation regarding the possibility of changing the corporation's current scheduling. The group recommended the board change from its current scheduling process to trimester scheduling by an 18-2 vote...
CCS board addresses residents' concerns (09/14/07)
While an agenda was printed out containing certain items, several Clay County residents had other things on their mind when they approached the Clay Community School Board Thursday at its regular monthly meeting. Two specific items, the ongoing teacher contract conflict and a proposed building renovation project, were on the residents' minds...
A competitive princess (09/14/07)
Many little girls love dressing up and pretending to be a princess, while others like to play sports, but Jadison Robinson has a competitive spirit that lets her have fun doing both. The energetic 4-year old likes playing T-ball, but her favorite thing is participating in beauty pageants...
Officials make drug arrest (09/14/07)
A rural Clay County man was arrested for dealing marijuana Wednesday evening. Members of the Clay County Sheriff's, Brazil City Police and the Clay City Police departments are still investigating a residence where authorities believe Todd Britton allegedly was dealing marijuana...
City Police to hire volunteer reserves (09/14/07)
The Brazil City Police Department is accepting applications from people interested in becoming a volunteer reserve patrolman with the department. "Originally we had a deadline of Sept. 1 for accepting applications," Captain Dave Archer said Thursday. "But we had several interested people contact us after that date, so we extended the deadline."...
A competitive princess (09/14/07)
Many little girls love dressing up and pretending to be a princess, while others like to play sports, but Jadison Robinson has a competitive spirit that lets her have fun doing both. The energetic 4-year old likes playing T-ball, but her favorite thing is participating in beauty pageants...
CCS board addresses residents' concerns (09/14/07)
While an agenda was printed out containing certain items, several Clay County residents had other things on their mind when they approached the Clay Community School Board Thursday at its regular monthly meeting. Two specific items, the ongoing teacher contract conflict and a proposed building renovation project, were on the residents' minds...
Celebrating 126 years in the community (09/14/07)
The 'little historic church of Carbon' will celebrate 126 years in the community this afternoon. An "All You Can Eat" Spaghetti dinner, including a beverage and a brownie will take place between 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m., with two country-western bands providing entertainment between noon-4 p.m...
CHURCH NEWS (09/14/07)
ROSEDALE BAPTIST CHURCH Submitted by Rosedale Baptist Church The Rosedale Baptist Church will be having a revival service from Oct. 1-4, nightly at 7 p.m. Pastor Allen Reeves, from Lebanon, Mo. will be preaching God's word. There will be special music nightly. Nursery will be provided. Everyone is welcome to attend...
Knights' defense roars in Homecoming shutout (09/14/07)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor The Northview Knights retained their title as the 'big dog' in the Western Indiana Conference on Friday night thanks to another stellar effort from their stingy defense. The Knights celebrated Homecoming by posting their second shutout in a row and their defense also posted all the points in a 9-0 victory that keeps Northview unbeaten in the WIC...
Busy week for North Clay athletes (09/14/07)
The North Clay eighth grade football team remained unbeaten on the season by defeating Greencastle 24-12 Tuesday evening. The Knights got on the scoreboard early on the legs of quarterback Kodie Girton who rambled in for the TD and completed the two-point conversion for an 8-0 lead in the first quarter...
Northview boys complete Mustang sweep (09/14/07)
Two second-half goals helped the Northview boys' soccer team hand Edgewood a 3-1 defeat Thursday night. Northview bettered its record to 2-1 in the Western Indiana Conference and 2-8 overall, while giving the Mustangs (5-7, 3-1 in the WIC) their first conference loss of the year...
Late rallies lead Bloomfield past Eels (09/14/07)
CLAY CITY -- The Bloomfield Cardinals might have taught Clay City's volleyball team a bit of a lesson in determination Thursday evening. The Eels had late leads of 19-15 in game one and led the entire second game up until 23-22, but Bloomfield would scrap to victories in both games on the way to a head-scratcher of a three-game loss for the Eels, 21-25, 23-25, 19-25...
WIC football lead at stake tonight (09/14/07)
It may seem like a distant memory, but at one point and time Owen Valley had a stranglehold on WIC football opponents, winning 21 straight conference games from 1999 to 2002. In recent years however it's Northview that has turned the tables and taken control, winning 20 straight contests. But the Patriots are in town tonight with designs on putting a halt to that streak...
Woods flirts with 59, settles for three-shot lead (09/14/07)
By DOUG FERGUSON AP Golf Writer ATLANTA -- Tiger Woods wasn't even paying attention to his score. No one else could ignore it. It was an incredible stretch of golf that lasted just over an hour under heavy clouds and the threat of storms, but those six holes Friday at the Tour Championship changed everything...
Simpson questioned in armed robbery (09/14/07)
By KATHLEEN HENNESSEY and LINDA DEUTSCH Associated Press Writers LAS VEGAS -- O.J. Simpson says he went into a casino hotel room only to retrieve memorabilia that he felt was stolen from him. But police are investigating it as an armed robbery and named the fallen football star as a suspect Friday in yet another surprising chapter to his legal saga...
Tigers start stretch run with win over Twins (09/14/07)
By The Associated Press MINNEAPOLIS -- Timo Perez drove in three runs, Nate Robertson won for the first time in six starts as Detroit started a crucial road trip with a 4-2 victory over Minnesota on Friday night. The Tigers won for the eighth time in 11 games and stayed within 5 1/2 games of first-place Cleveland in the AL Central. After playing the Twins two more times, Detroit has three games with the Indians next week...
Cubs extend league lead with win over Cardinals (09/14/07)
By The Associated Press ST. LOUIS -- Carlos Zambrano allowed four hits over eight innings to lead the Chicago Cubs to a 5-3 victory over St. Louis on Friday night, the Cardinals' eighth straight loss. Chicago, which survived a wild ninth inning that ended with the bases loaded, won for the fifth time in seven games and opened a 1 1/2-game lead over second-place Milwaukee in the NL Central...
Rebecca Lanham (09/14/07)
Rebecca Lanham, 66, Carbon, passed away at her residence at 11:20 a.m. Sept. 13, 2007, following a battle with cancer. Services will be at Lawson Miller Chapel Saturday (today) at 3:00 p.m. Burial will follow at Calcutta Cemetery. Visitation will be at the funeral home Saturday (today) from 1 p.m. until time of services...
Rebecca Lanham (09/14/07)
Rebecca Lanham, 66, Carbon, passed away at her residence at 11:20 a.m. Sept. 13, 2007, following a battle with cancer. She was born in Detroit Mich., Aug. 12, 1941, to Oscar and Eva Stonebreaker Liston. She worked at the Clay County Health Center and part-time for Kroger. After leaving the health center in 1978 she began working full-time for Kroger as a cake decorator retiring in August of 2006...
Daniel Ray Joseph Jr. (09/14/07)
Daniel Ray Joseph Jr., infant son of Daniel Ray Joseph and Ethel Carol Wilder Joseph, was stillborn Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2007, at Terre Haute Regional Hospital. Survivors include his parents, Brazil; grandparents June and Bill Wilder and Bobby Merkie Joseph; great-grandparents Bertha Young, Mavie Lewis and Mossie Charles; aunts and uncles James Wombles, Billy Wilder, Michael Wilder, Bobby Wilder, Travis Wilder, Timothy Joseph and Victoria Joseph; several cousins, including special cousin, Carla Prather; and a host of other relatives and friends.. ...
Patrick D. Carter (09/14/07)
Patrick D. Carter, 55, Brazil, died at 6 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2007, at his residence. Services will take place at 11 a.m. CST, Saturday, Sept. 15, 2007, at Goodwin Funeral Home, 524 Broadway, Vincennes, with Mark Grayless officiating. Burial will be at Walnut Grove Cemetery, Knox County...
Public Record 9-14-07 (09/14/07)
Clay County Courthouse The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse Sept. 13: Clay Superior Court - Civil Britt Tool, Inc. Vs. C.F. Roark Welding and Engineering Co.: Civil Plenary Small Claims A and A Properties Vs. Heather Grovenberry: Small Claims...
Staunton Scene (09/14/07)
In an effort to help in the beautification and clean-up of the Town of Staunton, the Staunton Town Council has designated today, Saturday Sept. 15, as Community Clean-up Day. Dumpsters have been placed on the northeast corner of Monroe and Columbus Streets. Disposal of any items other than tires and chemicals are being accepted in these dumpsters between the hours of 8 a.m.-6 p.m. today only...
Lump sum vs. annuity:?Your choice (09/14/07)
Does your employer offer a pension? If so, you'll want to be familiar with your payout options before it's time to start taking money out -- because your choice can have a big impact on your retirement income. If you participate in a pension (also known as a "defined benefit" plan), you'll receive, upon retirement, a specific amount of money based on your salary history and years of service. But how you take that money is up to you...