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Stories from Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Reunions (09/25/07)
Sept. 16 -- HARRIS -- The Harris family reunion will be Sunday, Sept. 16 at 1 p.m. There will be a cook-out. Bring hamburgers, hot dogs, buns and a covered dish. Sept. 23 -- THOMPSON -- The Thompson family reunion will be Sunday, Sept. 23 at 12:30 p.m. at the Thompson family park. Please bring a covered dish and a bingo gift. A business meeting will be Sept. 22 at 6 p.m. at the park...
Packing clothes for a good cause (09/25/07)
After months of collecting donations, members of First Christian Church packed up clothes, shoes and other various personal items to be sent to Honduras. A semi-truck was filled with 148 bags of clothing and 50 boxes of shoes, belts, purses and other items...
Contract issue still hot topic (09/25/07)
As the debate over the renovation project continues, teacher contract negotiations remain the main focus for the community. Monday, the corporation placed a paid advertisement in The Brazil Times detailing the latest offer from the corporation to the teachers...
Mine ponds to be dredged (09/25/07)
Sometimes valuable items can be found in dirty water. At the old Chinook mine, six slurry ponds will be dredged and sifted out to collect coal particulates. "In the past, power plants rejected the particles because they did not have the technology to process them and they messed up the boilers," Plant Manager Dave Wood said. "However, the technology is there, and the ideal way of processing it is to mix it with regular pieces of coal."...
Two taken to hospital following accident (09/25/07)
Proper child restraint use helped save the lives of two children involved in a rollover accident late Sunday evening, while the two adults involved were transported to Wishard Hospital for their injuries. Shortly before 9 p.m. Sunday, an unidentified resident in an area four miles south of Clay City on State Road 59 reported to officials that he heard what sounded like an accident and went to investigate. ...
TaskForce 7 member dies while training (09/25/07)
While training to "protect those who protect others," a TaskForce 7 member died in the line of duty Sunday afternoon, according to Clay County Emergency Management Director Bryan Husband. "TaskForce 7 Coordinator Enrico Garcia Jr. was training with several members of a force protection team when he became ill," Husband said about the incident, which happened at a shooting range on County Road 1200 North shortly before 3 p.m...
Knights score Senior Night tennis win (09/25/07)
The Northview Knights picked up a Senior Night win for their lone senior on Monday evening, scoring a 3-2 victory over visiting North Central. Ryne Barr was honored following the match in the school cafeteria after he teamed with Matt Nodley for a 7-6 (7-2), 6-2 at No. 1 doubles versus the Thunderbirds...
The future of running (09/25/07)
Junior high runners from four schools, including both Clay County squads, toed the starting line at Craig Park as parents and fans got a chance to see what the future holds for the high school teams of Northview, Clay City, Owen Valley and Shakamak...
Sectional paths drawn for area soccer teams (09/25/07)
Area soccer teams have reached the stretch run of the 2007 season and with the sectional draw being made early Monday morning, the paths are set for each squad's bid for a sectional championship. The Northview Knights are set to play West Vigo in the Terre Haute North boys' sectional while the girls will play North Knox at Terre Haute South...
What do you like best about fall? (09/25/07)
The colors of the leaves and the cooler weather. Julie Brinkman, Brazil --- It ain't so bloomin' hot. Rick Lawrence, Center Point --- The leaves. Sharon Lohrman, Brazil --- The leaves changing. And I like falling into the leaves when there's a pile of leaves...
Obituaries (09/25/07)
Larry D. Morlan Larry D. Morlan, 64, Clinton, formerly of Clay County passed away Sept. 21, 2007 at Heritage House Healthcare Facility following an extended illness. Services will be held Tuesday (today) at 3:30 p.m. at Lawson-Miller Chapel. Burial will follow at Clear Run Cemetery in Bridgeton...