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Stories from Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Fall sports photo CD's now available (10/16/07)
2007 Sports photo CD's are now available for the Fall season for the following sports: Northview girls' soccer Northview boys' soccer Northview girls' golf Northview boys' tennis North Clay football Clay City cross country Each CD contains full color photos from throughout the season and includes, not just each photo that has appeared in the newspaper, but every photo taken...
Stabbing results in area arrest (10/16/07)
Apparently a dare led to the stabbing of a local juvenile at the Forest Park Plaza Sunday evening. At 7:50 p.m., officials at St. Vincent Clay Hospital contacted the Brazil City Police Department about a 17-year-old male being treated for a stab wound...
Former resident helps make video (10/16/07)
Usually video games are a distraction from college student's work, but in the case of Ball State University student Ryan Bitzegaio, video games are work. The Brazil native was part of a 12-person multidisciplinary team that created an educational video game about ecological restoration for elementary school kids...
Damage reports have police concerned (10/16/07)
Recent damage reports by local businesses have Brazil City Police Chief Terry Harrison urging skateboarders, and their parents, to be more aware of their activities. "The child could be court ordered to perform community service and, if they have a job, forced to pay restitution for damages," Harrison said. "If the responsibility to pay for the damages is not placed on the minor child, then the parent could be made responsible."...
Republicans meet public (10/16/07)
The final stretch to the 2007 General Election has officially begun. The Clay County Republicans hosted a "Meet the Candidates" event at the Simply Decadent Café Monday night, giving candidates the opportunity to address issues with area residents. "We are very excited about the candidates we have," Clay County Republicans Chairperson Sharon Koehler said. "The election is coming soon and we would like to see more excitement from the residents."...
Police: Counterfeit money in area (10/16/07)
The Parke County Covered Bridge Festival, which brings heavy traffic and festival goers to the area, also brings counterfeit money. During this past weekend, officers from the Brazil City Police and the Clay County Sheriff's departments took reports from area venders about someone trying to pass counterfeit $20 bills...
Area man shot during weekend (10/16/07)
Officials are investigating the shooting of a Brazil man in rural Montgomery County Sunday afternoon. At approximately 12:35 p.m., Montgomery County Sheriff's Department responded to the scene where a male victim was found with multiple gunshot wounds near the Offield Monument Road on the banks of Sugar Creek...
Poll shows readers like decorations (10/16/07)
There are several holidays that many Americans observe throughout the calendar year. For some, many people have the opportunity to take a day off. For other holidays, people are still trolling the highways heading to work. Halloween is one of those holidays...
Fall sports photo CD's now available (10/16/07)
Fall sports photo CD's now available 2007 Sports photo CD's are now available for the Fall season for the following sports: Northview girls' soccer Northview boys' soccer Northview girls' golf Northview boys' tennis North Clay football Clay City cross country...
Fall sports season heats up for local athletes (10/16/07)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor Though fall seems to be more of a time for collegiate football than baseball, many teams hit the diamond for scrimmages amongst themselves in a final wrapup to practice before the winter chill sets in. Former Northview standout's Brady Shoemaker and T.J. King are taking on the challenge of major college baseball following two years in junior college at Olney Central...
Knights take out Warriors (10/16/07)
DANVILLE -- The Northview Knights capped their regular season by drilling Danville on their home court, 25-3, 25-11, 25-13 on Monday night. "Overall it was a dominating performance on our part," commented coach Scott McDonald. "We're peaking at the right time and we just need to do a lot of work getting ready for (Terre Haute) North."...
Fall sports season heats up for athletes (10/16/07)
Though fall seems to be more of a time for collegiate football than baseball, many teams hit the diamond for scrimmages amongst themselves in a final wrapup to practice before the winter chill sets in. Former Northview standout Brady Shoemaker and T.J. King are taking on the challenge of major college baseball following two years in junior college at Olney Central...
Ernest 'Ernie' Ray Philabaum (10/16/07)
Ernest "Ernie" Ray Philabaum, 86, Brazil, passed away Oct. 14, 2007, at the Clay St. Vincent's Hospital. He was born Aug. 5, 1921, in Parke County to Adam and Emma (Gravely) Philabaum. He attended Brazil High School. On Feb. 15, 1942, he married Leona "Toni" Morlan...
George W. Minkler (10/16/07)
George W. Minkler, 88, Greencastle, died Saturday, Oct. 13, 2007. Funeral services will take place at 1 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2007, at Hopkins-Rector Funeral Home, Greencastle, with Rev. Mike Goss officiating. Burial will be at Forest Hill Cemetery...
Rev. W. Marcus Kendall (10/16/07)
Rev. W. Marcus Kendall, 91, passed away peacefully surrounded by family members on Saturday, Oct. 13, 2007, at Westminster Village North, Indianapolis. Funeral services will be at 1 p.m. Wednesday at the Greenfield First Presbyterian Church. Visitation is from 11 a.m. until services. Burial will follow in Park Cemetery...
Ray William Talley (10/16/07)
Ray William Talley, 82, Brazil, passed away Oct. 15, 2007, at 1:20 p.m., at his residence. Arrangements are pending at French Funeral Home.
Public Record 10-16-07 (10/16/07)
Clay County Justice Center The following jail bookings occurred at the Clay County Justice Center during Oct. 14-15. Due to the new software installation, criminal charges will be listed by categories with suspects name and age underneath. Possession of Marijuana...
Land Lease Agreements (10/16/07)
Farmers are still very busy in the field but it is time for both landlords and farmers to be discussing lease arrangements for the next year. This is a very sensitive topic and I personally/professionally always try to remember as an Extension Educator my job is to serve both the landlord and the tenant. ...