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Stories from Wednesday, March 12, 2008

A woman shares her husband's cancer story (03/12/08)
Although the fight against colon cancer has seen much progress in recent years, it remains the third leading cause of death in both men and women in the U.S. Lisa Denker knows the affects of losing someone to colon cancer. Her husband, Robert Lee Denker Jr., died Dec. 28, 2005, a little more than a year after being diagnosed...
Garage fire (03/12/08)
Clinic teaches car seat safety (03/12/08)
The Brazil City Police Department hopes to become more proactive in maintaining the safety of Clay County's youngest residents while traveling in vehicles. Police Chief Terry Harrison told The Brazil Times Wednesday the recent completion of the National Child Passenger Safety Certification classes would allow the department to once again become a car seat distribution site...
Special concert before state finals competition (03/12/08)
In anticipation of the State Finals, the public is invited to a send off performance by the Northview High School indoor percussion and the winter guard at the school's gymnasium Friday night. "It's good for the band and guard members to perform in front of an audience before heading off to competition this Saturday," Band Director Bob Medworth said. "That little bit of pressure helps them prepare."...
Mary Brown for Sugar Ridge Precinct Committeeman (03/12/08)
Mary C. Brown knows the importance of voting. As County Clerk, Secretary of State Todd Rokita has praised Brown for her work in organizing elections in the county. Brown, a Republican, is running in the 2008 election to keep her seat as the Sugar Ridge Precinct Committeeman...
Charles A. "Chip" Hoskins running for Council At-Large (03/12/08)
Like many Clay County residents, Charles A. "Chip" Hoskins has always been interested in politics. He just didn't have time to express his opinions on the political platform. Until now. Hoskins -- a Democrat -- recently announced his candidacy for Clay County Council. He is seeking one of three at-large positions that are up for grabs...
Stars to remember! (03/12/08)
NCAA Tourney selection committee faces long weekend (03/12/08)
By MICHAEL MAROT AP Sports Writer INDIANAPOLIS -- Some coaches may spend this weekend lobbying publicly for a spot in this year's NCAA tournament. They'd be better off focusing on winning games. On Wednesday, selection committee chairman Tom O'Connor reiterated one of the panel's founding principles: Results count more than words when choosing the 65-team field...
Penn State youngsters hoping for Big Ten Tourney breakthrough (03/12/08)
By GENARO C. ARMAS AP Sports Writer STATE COLLEGE, Pa. -- Penn State has relied increasingly on first-year players this season, to varying degrees of success. The young Nittany Lions have grown into a confident bunch able to keep up with any team at home, as evidenced by victories over Top 25 squads Michigan State and Indiana during a five-game winning streak at the Jordan Center...
Woods tries to keep winning streak alive at Arnie's place (03/12/08)
By DOUG FERGUSON AP Golf Writer ORLANDO, Fla. -- Tiger Woods used to play like royalty on The King's course. Woods was a skinny 15-year-old when he won his first U.S. Junior title at Bay Hill in 1991. When his first hit his stride as a pro, Woods set a record by winning four straight years at what is now the Arnold Palmer Invitational, and the last one was a joke. Despite dehydration and the dry heaves, he won by 11 shots...
Reds move one step closer to relocating spring training (03/12/08)
CINCINNATI -- The Cincinnati Reds moved a step closer Wednesday to relocating their spring training home. Goodyear, Ariz., officials said the city is able to fund the estimated $33 million needed to move the Reds from Sarasota, Fla., to a new ballpark west of Phoenix. Goodyear officials declined to disclose sources of the funding...
Roseann Harmon Earley Bennett (03/12/08)
Roseann Harmon Earley Bennett, 68, Lyford, formerly of Clay County, passed on to be with her Lord and Savior March 8, 2008, at Regional Hospital. Born Dec. 23, 1939, she was the daughter of Winifield "Windy" and Mary Means Harmon. She attended and graduated from Staunton High School with the class of 1957. After school, she was employed with Columbia Records, later to become secretary and Deputy Coroner in the Pathology Department of Clay County Hospital...
Rosemary C. Riley (03/12/08)
Rosemary C. Riley, 85, Indianapolis, passed away Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2008. Rosemary was born in Brazil on Aug. 27, 1922, to parents William J. and Sarah E. (Cook) McGuire. Rosemary received her bachelor's degree in education from Indiana State University and she earned her master's degree in music theory from Northwestern University...
Lelia M. Turner (03/12/08)
Lelia M. Turner, 90, Brazil, died March 12, 2008, at Cloverleaf Healthcare Facility, Knightsville. She was born July 10, 1917, in Cardonia, the daughter of Samuel Chaney and Goldie Mae Spaulding Chaney. She graduated from Van Buren High School, Class of 1935. As a young girl, Lelia was known to be a good dancer and excelled at acrobatics...
PUBLIC RECORD 03-13-08 (03/12/08)
Clay County Courthouse The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse March 12: Clay Superior Court -- Civil Deutsche Bank National Trust Vs. John M. Campbell, John J. Campbell and Unknown Occupant: Mortgage Foreclosure Morris Plan Company of Terre Haute Vs. Betty L. Culler, Richard D. Culler and Robert W. Wellman: Mortgage Foreclosure...
Brazil Buzz (03/12/08)
Today I saw a robin, not just any songbird, but my first sighting of reddish breasted thrush this year. I also saw a few snowflakes drifting from the sky. I can understand why the robin wasn't interested in giving me a vocal display of his talents just yet. ...
Harmony Happenings (03/12/08)
First Christian Church has their Food Share Ministry sign up this Saturday from 9-11 a.m. This is a good program. Christians have banded together to try to cut food costs. Once each month a list of foods and the price of the "basket" is available. Interested folks can purchase the package, which is at the church two weeks later for pick up...