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Stories from Monday, October 1, 2007

USSYP in search of high school students (10/01/07)
U.S. Sens. Dick Lugar and Evan Bayh were recently notified that the U.S. Senate Youth Program (USSYP) has begun its statewide process to select two Indiana high school students to spend a week in Washington, D.C., observing the federal government in action...
YMCA set up to host Halloween event (10/01/07)
The YMCA of Clay County will be hosting its annual Halloween at the Y Family Fun Night from 6-8 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 27. The event is put together by the YMCA of Clay County, with the support of community agencies and local businesses. Halloween at the YMCA is designed to be a fun and safe way for families to celebrate the holiday...
AARP WorkSearch now serving broader range (10/01/07)
AARP Foundation WorkSearch, formerly AARP Senior Employment, now serves a broader range of mature job seekers with its new WorkSearch Assessment System, which identifies suitable job choices based on one's interests, personal characteristics, skills and experience...
Loads of fun! (10/01/07)
A little tired from their award winning performance at regional band competition on Saturday, members of the Clay City Imperial Regiment performed for the crowd at 2007 Cory Apple Festival Sunday afternoon. Members of all ages of the Cory Community Church of the Nazarene passed out balloons and candy to the large crowd gathered at the 2007 Cory Apple Festival Sunday afternoon. ...
Northview, Clay City move to regionals (10/01/07)
INDIANAPOLIS?-- Both Clay County high school marching bands advanced to regional competition this weekend. The Clay City Imperial Regiment and Northview Marching Knights both received gold ratings in Indiana State School Marching Association District competitions...
Readers: Bring troops home (10/01/07)
For several years, one of the most critical issues hampering the United States has been the war in Iraq. Many citizens have expressed their opinions regarding whether the U.S. should pull troops out of the country. Iraq had become the hot-button issue for many citizens nationwide. Just this weekend, U.S. and Iraqi forces killed more than 60 insurgents, according to Associated Press reports...
Service package deadline looming (10/01/07)
CARBON -- The Carbon Postmaster is reminding families and friends sending holiday packages and letters to servicemen and women overseas that the first mailing deadline is just a few weeks away. Monday, Nov. 13, 2007, is the deadline for sending holiday packages to troops stationed overseas using Parcel Post to all Air/Army Post Office (APO) or Fleet Post Office (FPO) zip codes...
Knights take home sectional championship (10/01/07)
BRAZIL -- Despite having to replace over half of its starting lineup from the 2006 boys tennis sectional championship team, Northview capped a second straight title with a 4-1 win over Linton Saturday.? "We graduated four off of that team," said Northview coach Tom West, whose Knights will compete Tuesday at the Center Grove Regional. ...
Knights pound out win in the dome (10/01/07)
INDIANAPOLIS -- Over the first six games of the season, the Northview Knights have been looking for that explosive ability that led them to an undefeated regular season last year. Go figure that they would find it on the same turf that has been the site of so many big plays for the Indianapolis Colts...
Knights sweep at Boonville (10/01/07)
BOONVILLE -- The Northview Knights went a perfect 4-0 at the Boonville Invitational on Saturday and improved to 22-2 on the season heading into the stretch run of the 2007 season. The Knights went three-games to beat Class A's eighth-ranked Barr-Reeve in the championship game, 18-25, 25-20, 25-19...
Stanbrough wins No. 30 (10/01/07)
Jamestown's Jon Stanbrough scored his 30th sprint car feature win of the season by holding off Shane Cotts at Gas City on Friday. Friday Night Gas City I-69 Speedway Sprint Cars 1. Jon Stanbrough, 2. Shane Cottle, 3. Jeff Bland Jr., 4. Dave Darland, 5. ...
Schatz wins fourth National Open in PA (10/01/07)
MECHANICSBURG, PA -- Donny Schatz was all smiles on Friday night, after charging to a fourth-place finish on the opening night of the 45th Annual National Open at Williams Grove Speedway. After all, he had started 21st in the preliminary feature after timing in just 26th quickest in time trials, en route to locking himself into the pole position of the fourth heat in the finale. ...
Yeley takes Silver Crown win at Kansas (10/01/07)
NASCAR veteran J.J. Yeley of Phoenix, Ariz., hopped out his Busch car and into his K & N USAC Silver Crown Car at Kansas Speedway Saturday, then proceeded to lead all 67 laps of the "Kansas Lottery 100" for his third series victory this season. In so doing, he gave his A.J. Foyt entry a series record 265 consecutive race laps led over the last four pavement races...
Biffle wins first race of the season (10/01/07)
KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- Greg Biffle scored his first victory of the season Sunday -- even though his car ran short on fuel before crossing the finish line -- in a wild race that jumbled the Chase for the championship standings. The Chase field imploded at Kansas Speedway, where rain and impending darkness cut the race short by 85 miles. Seven of the 12 Chase drivers finished 30th or worse, and defending Nextel Cup champion Jimmie Johnson reclaimed the points lead...
Colts use big second half to beat Broncos (10/01/07)
INDIANAPOLIS -- The Indianapolis Colts took Denver's best shot Sunday, and the Broncos couldn't knock out the defending champions. Indianapolis (4-0) relied on flawless execution to score on six of its last eight possessions in a 38-20 victory, adding yet another anguishing chapter to the Broncos recent rivalry with Indy...
Ronald W. Reagan (10/01/07)
Ronald W. Reagan, 66, Clay City, passed away unexpectedly Sept. 28, 2007, at 8:03 a.m., at Holly Hills Healthcare facility. He was born April 13, 1941, in Coal City, the son of Howard and Joan Schiele Reagan. He graduated from Clay City High School in 1959. He later graduated from the Wisconsin Graduate School of Banking...
The numbers were staggering (10/01/07)
The other day, and for an unknown reason, I decided to print off an entire list of all the comments readers have left on The Brazil Times' website. I unknowingly had just printed off more than 23 pages of comments. Wow. That's an impressive number in my opinion...