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Stories from Monday, March 10, 2008

Man enters plea of not guilty (03/10/08)
A Terre Haute man arrested for allegedly hampering an official investigation of his possible involvement in a domestic dispute and accident Thursday evening, pled not guilty in Clay Superior Court Monday afternoon when charged with eight various counts from the incident...
Chutes and ... (03/10/08)
Firefighters learned how to properly use ladders while fighting a fire Monday night at the 12-week state certification firefighter classes at Jackson Township Fire House Monday evening. Instructor and JTVFD Assistant Fire Chief Troy Nichols said, "It's not important to get up the ladder fast, but to do it safely." The tier-two firefighter classes continue Monday and Wednesday evenings through April 27...
Two Relay For Life meetings scheduled (03/10/08)
Members of the "Celebrate, Remember, Fight Back" 2008 American Cancer Society's Clay County Relay For Life event will be remembering those who have been affected and have died from cancer at tonight's two meetings in the lower level of the Riddell National Bank...
School Board to meet Thursday (03/10/08)
The Clay Community School Board has two meetings planned this week. The board will meet in executive session Wednesday prior to Thursday's regularly monthly meeting. Thursday's meeting is scheduled to begin at 7:30 p.m., in the media center at North Clay Middle School...
Withers running for commissioner (03/10/08)
Wanting to make a difference and a love for people are reasons Jack R. Withers decided to run for County Commissioner. Jack R. Withers, Sr., 71, is running for County Commissioner in District one. He is a Democrat. Withers said he has worked with the people in the commissioner's office for a year and eight months. He feels he knows the job and thinks he can help...
Modesitt running for county recorder (03/10/08)
When Angela Modesitt decided to run for Clay County Recorder, she wanted to change things. Since taking office in 2004, the 43-year-old Republican believes she has achieved that. But there is more work to be done, according to her. "I still have some things that I want done in the office," Modesitt told The Brazil Times recently. "That was my initial reasoning, that I could affect change. And I love the job."...
United Way names Wozny to position (03/10/08)
United Way of the Wabash Valley has named Jessica N. Wozny as the new Special Events Coordinator and Campaign Associate. Jim Bertoli, United Way executive director, said the United Way has been adding special events to increase public awareness and to keep administrative costs down. He said the addition of Wozny would help to increase the success of those events...
Club News 3-11-08 (03/10/08)
TRI COUNTY HOME EC. CLUB The Tri-County Home Ec. Club met Feb. 19, 2008, at the home of Jean Rowings. The meeting was opened with the Pledge of Allegiance led by Ruth Timm and the club creed led by Claralou Thompson. A prayer blessing the food was gave by Julie Pell. After a delicious meal prepared by hostesses Jean, Ruth Timm, and Marie Adamson the meeting continued...
Hendrich wins state Folkstyle championship (03/10/08)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor Wabash Valley Wrestling Club product Jacob Hendrich claimed a state championship in folkstyle during the weekend. Hendrich went a perfect 4-0 during the day, beating the third, fourth, sixth and second place finishers in perhaps the toughest draw of the tourney...
White and Painter earn Big Ten awards (03/10/08)
PARK RIDGE, Ill. -- Indiana forward D.J. White was named the Big Ten's Player of the Year on Monday in separate balloting by the media and coaches. White, the conference's second-leading scorer (17.1 points) and top rebounder (10.3 per game), was a unanimous pick by the coaches and became the first Indiana player to take the honor since Jared Jeffries in 2002...
NASCAR revs up engine with exciting first month (03/10/08)
By JENNA FRYER AP Auto Racing Writer CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Bashing NASCAR has been easy pickings the last few seasons. With its changing formats, confusing rulebook, subjective scoring, sinking ratings and miles upon miles of mindless left turns, NASCAR has taken its lumps in its ascent to the top of American auto racing...
Titans sign former Colt lineman Jake Scott (03/10/08)
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Offensive lineman Jake Scott agreed to terms on a multiyear contract with the Tennessee Titans on Monday. The unrestricted free agent played for the Indianapolis Colts the past four seasons, starting 57 games, including a current streak of 55 straight. All but four of his starts came at right guard...
Billy Crystal to play exhibition game for Yankees (03/10/08)
TAMPA, Fla. (AP) -- Billy Crystal will get to "look mahvelous" in pinstripes. The actor will sign a one-day, minor league contract with the New York Yankees and play in Thursday's exhibition game against the Pittsburgh Pirates. Crystal, an avid Yankees fan, will work out with the team on Wednesday and will wear uniform No. 60 for the game -- to be played one day before his 60th birthday. The Yankees said Monday they have the approval of baseball commissioner Bud Selig...
William Michael Bohler (03/10/08)
William Michael Bohler, 65, Ruskin, Fla., died suddenly, Feb. 21, 2008, at Blake Medical Center, Bradenton, Fla. He was born May 17, 1942, in Brazil, to Cecil "Slim" and Virginia Bohler, now of Ruskin, Fla. Mike, as he was known to friends and family, joined the U.S. Air Force at the age of 18. He graduated from Staunton High School and first served in the military for 20 years...
Kathleen Tirey (03/10/08)
Kathleen Tirey, 80, passed away Monday, March 10, 2008, at the Indiana Masonic Home, Franklin. She was a resident of Franklin and a former resident of Brazil. Born Sept. 23, 1927, in Greene County, Ky., she was the daughter of Jeptha and Emily (Tillery) Thompson...
Public Record 3-11-08 (03/10/08)
Clay County Courthouse The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse March 10: Clay Superior Court -- Civil Atlantic Credit and Finance, Inc. Vs. Hariet J. McIndoo: Civil Collections Atlantic Credit and Finance, Inc. Vs. Kenneth White: Civil Collections...
Poultry Survey More than Free Bag of Feed (03/10/08)
An anonymous survey for all poultry producers is being conducted through the local Purdue Extension offices statewide. Primary benefits of the survey are about security and protection should Avian Influenza ever strike in Indiana. Data collected will be used in a computer model to estimate how Avian Influenza might spread should the disease enter the state...