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Stories from Wednesday, February 6, 2008

Storm causes road closures (02/06/08)
Several county roadways remain closed due to Tuesday night's storm damage and, as Eel River prepares to crest at approximately 20 feet near Bowling Green, there may be more. Although there were at least 12 roads closed at one time after the storm cleared the county, Clay County Highway Department Supervisor Pete Foster told The Brazil Times most have reopened...
Cleanup spread across county (02/06/08)
Clay County residents were busy Wednesday trying to clean up after a severe Tuesday evening storm. In a cell phone interview while assessing storm damage, Clay County Emergency Management Director Brian Husband told The Brazil Times that trees are down here and there throughout the county, but the most severe damage took place in the northern part of the county...
Shelter open again for business (02/06/08)
It took a little longer than expected, but the Clay County Humane Shelter reopened for business last week. The shelter was closed for nearly a month due to an outbreak of Parvo, a highly contagious virus which attacks the lining of the digestive system of dogs and puppies...
Center Point software discussion postponed (02/06/08)
The Center Point Town Council met Tuesday night to discuss regular business. The council was scheduled to hear from software representatives about a program to help the town with budgeting, but the representatives were unable to attend, and will be giving an informational meeting prior to the March 4 meeting at 5 p.m...
Financial report on agenda (02/06/08)
The Clay Community School Corporation monthly school board meeting will take place Thursday, Feb. 7, at 7:30 p.m., North Clay Middle School. The board will take care of several business issues including book bids for the libraries, outstanding checks more than two years old and the annual financial report...
North Clay sixth and eighth-grade girls earn wins (02/06/08)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor North Clay's eighth-grade basketball team overcame a 10-6 deficit after the first quarter to pick up a 30-22 win over visiting Woodrow Wilson on Wednesday evening. The Warriors Dailyn Beck controlled the scoring in the first quarter tallying six of her 10 points during the opening six minutes...
Fighting Irish cruise past Seton Hall (02/06/08)
NEWARK, N.J. -- Luke Harangody had 22 points and 13 rebounds, Kyle McAlarney scored 19 and No. 22 Notre Dame routed Seton Hall 95-69 on Wednesday night. The Irish made eight of their first 12 shots, led by Big East scoring leader Harangody. The sophomore displayed a wide array of moves for the Fighting Irish (17-4, 7-2), who remained in sole possession of second place in the Big East behind Georgetown...
Purdue, Indiana sign players amid changes (02/06/08)
By CLIFF BRUNT AP Sports Writer INDIANAPOLIS -- Purdue was planning to tweak its offensive philosophy even before hiring Danny Hope last month to take over the program in 2009. Jordan Brewer, a 6-foot-5, 220-pound wide receiver from Carmel, is bigger than the receivers Purdue normally recruits. ...
Miles announces first recruiting class at Indiana State (02/06/08)
TERRE HAUTE -- Indiana State head football coach Trent Miles announced earlier today (Feb. 6) the addition of 31 student-athletes to the football roster as members of his first Sycamore recruiting class. "I am extremely pleased with our first recruiting class at Indiana State,"? Miles commented. ...
Sycamores' coach Trent Miles announces 2008 signing class (02/06/08)
TERRE HAUTE, Ind. - Indiana State head football coach Trent Miles announced earlier today (Feb. 6) the addition of 31 student-athletes to the football roster as members of his first Sycamore recruiting class. "I am extremely pleased with our first recruiting class at Indiana...
McNamee's lawyers say physical evidence supports drug use by Clemens (02/06/08)
By RONALD BLUM AP Baseball Writer NEW YORK -- Brian McNamee gave federal prosecutors syringes and other physical evidence his lawyers say back the personal trainer's allegations of drug use by Roger Clemens, who returns to Capitol Hill on Thursday in hopes of rebutting the accusations...
Shaq the new sheriff in Phoenix (02/06/08)
By BOB BAUM AP Sports Writer PHOENIX -- The Phoenix Suns acquired Shaquille O'Neal in a stunning, blockbuster deal that sent four-time All-Star Shawn Marion and Marcus Banks to the Miami Heat. The improbable pairing of the speedy Suns and the slow but once-mighty O'Neal became official when he cleared a physical exam Wednesday...
Pacers snap seven-game skid with win over Knicks (02/06/08)
By BRIAN MAHONEY AP Basketball Writer NEW YORK -- Kareem Rush scored 24 points, and the Indiana Pacers used a strong defensive effort in the fourth quarter to beat the New York Knicks 103-100 on Wednesday night, snapping a seven-game losing streak. Mike Dunleavy added 17 points and Danny Granger had 16 for the Pacers, who held the Knicks to three field goals in the final 8 1/2 minutes, an impressive turnaround after they surrendered 116 points against San Antonio on Tuesday in their most lopsided loss of the season.. ...
Pastor Harold Boldon (02/06/08)
Pastor Harold Boldon, 77, Brazil, died Feb. 5, 2008, at 5 p.m., at Union Hospital, Terre Haute. He was born March 23, 1930, in Green Bay, Wis., the son of Adolph A. Boldon and Ella Morris Boldon. He was married to Patricia Atkinson Boldon. She preceded him in death in August 2001...
PUBLIC RECORD 2-07-08 (02/06/08)
Clay County Courthouse The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse Feb. 6: Clay Superior Court -- Civil American Acceptance Company, LLC Vs. Bobby J. Moore: Civil Collections State Criminal Charges The State of Indiana filed the following criminal charges at the Clay County Courthouse:...
Harmony Happenings (02/06/08)
Arline Meyers called Tuesday evening. We discussed some of her activities at the YMCA. She and her husband Ward participate in the Silver Sneakers Program, sponsored by Anthem and Humana. They go to the Y on Monday and Wednesday mornings for the exercise program designed for the "more mature" folks. ...
Brazil Buzz (02/06/08)
According to Puxsutawney Phil, that little pampered groundhog in Pennsylvania, we will have six more weeks of winter weather. Yes, the calendar on the wall tells me; March 20th is the first day of spring, roughly six weeks from now. I wonder if fact filled Phil knows anything about politics? How about issues that we humans have to face and deal with during these tough times? Anyhow, staying underground like that, he could neither be qualified to pick nor nit- pick the candidates, referee a loud debate from a couch or predict how this election is going to come down. ...