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Stories from Tuesday, March 18, 2008

'Presidential' visitor (03/18/08)
-- Event scheduled for morning Presidential candidates have been flooding the area recently. During the weekend, Democrat Barack Obama spoke in Plainfield and on Thursday, his opponent Hillary Clinton has scheduled a pit stop in the Hoosier state. In the Wabash Valley...
Any county residents going? (03/18/08)
It's a mixed bag for Clay County residents as to whether they plan to head to Terre Haute Thursday to see Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-N.Y.) in action. The Clinton campaign recently announced it would be making a pit stop in Terre Haute Thursday. Although details are sketchy, the event is scheduled for the morning...
Residents form club to help suffering families (03/18/08)
One local church hopes its handmade clothes will help families suffering from the death of a premature baby through a terrible time. North Union United Methodist Church Swaddling Club members Maria Heiliger, Sharon Fox, Sandy Hendrich, Sally Nicklasch, Marcy Wilson, Anna Mae Fagg, Mary Fisher, Rita Robertson, Merri West, Sheri Johnson, Shirley Schlatter, Martha Brown, Evie Holwerda, Dawn Junkens, Marianne Manion, Tammy Pigg and Ruth Ann Russell use their nimble fingers to crochet or knit outfits from donated materials for premature babies who have passed away.. ...
Robert Thomas running for county commissioner (03/18/08)
County concerns and a time for change are reasons Robert A. Thomas decided to run for County Commissioner, District 2. Thomas, 69, is retired and has been a resident of Clay County since June 1945. The Democrat said there are three main issues he wants to address if elected, including improving the roads, ambulance service and county zoning...
Walter Young running for commissioner (03/18/08)
When Walter E. Young decided to run for County Commissioner District 1, he focused on the people and his goal to help the taxpayers. Young, 65, has been a Clay County resident all his life. He is a Republican. Young said he is tired of seeing things the way they are. He said he wants to help people and they are the reason he is running. He said he is not a politician, but just a man who wants to help...
Ivy Tech to sponsor job fair (03/18/08)
TERRE HAUTE -- Ivy Tech Community College in Terre Haute has planned its annual job fair for 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Wednesday, March 26. The campus is located at 8000 S. Education Dr., Terre Haute. Students, alumni and members of the community are invited to come and meet with local employers to discuss available jobs and internships...
CCES to host spring program Thursday (03/18/08)
CLAY CITY -- Clay City Elementary School will conduct its spring program Thursday. The event will take place Thursday and is for students grades first- through sixth-grade. All family members are welcome to attend the event. The event will take place in the elementary school gymnasium and will last one hour. Family members are asked to arrive at the gym between 1:15-1:30 p.m...
Clarification (03/18/08)
Warren Stevenson is not the only Republican running for an at-large position on the Clay County Council. He will be running against Republican Rick Neier in the primary on May 6 in addition to running against Democrats Michael McCullough, Edward Nevins, Brian Wyndham and Charles Hoskins...
Reunions (03/18/08)
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Church News (03/18/08)
EASTSIDE CHRISTIAN CHURCH Our faithful sister in Christ, Dorothy Wright, is moving to New Jersey the end of this month. We will be having a farewell supper for her at 6 p.m. Wednesday, March 26. We will miss her very much, but wish her the best. Vacation Bible School plans are in the works, which is just around the corner. It will be held the evenings of June 2-6. The theme will be "Full Armor of God."...
Club News (03/18/08)
BETA CHAPTER OF TRI KAPPA The Beta Chapter of the Brazil Associates of Tri Kappa met Monday evening, March 3, 2008 at the First Methodist Church; after a delicious meal served by the Ladies of the Sarah Circle of the First Methodist Church. Fresh Fruit, French Toast Casserole and three different egg strata as well as iced nut rolls were served. Drinks were juice and coffee...
Everett Roy Lucas (03/18/08)
Everett Roy Lucas, 76, Indianapolis, formerly of Staunton, died March 17, 2008, in Indianapolis. He was born Jan. 26, 1932, in Staunton, the son of Roy and Anna Bullerdick Lucas. He was worked as a farmer and owner/operator of a trucking company. During the Korean War he served in the U.S. Army until his Honorable Discharge at the rank of Sergeant...
Margaret L. Foxx (03/18/08)
Margaret L. Foxx, 80, Greencastle, passed away Monday, March 17, 2008. She was born Dec. 1, 1927, in Arkansas, to George and Elizabeth Frohawk Haynes. Foxx attended Brazil High School and had been employed at Goulds Market and P.R. Mallory. Her parents, her husband, Earl F. Foxx, and a sister, Leta Mae Mace, preceded her in death...
DOMINIC MICHAEL BARNHART (03/18/08)
Devon Lane Barnhart is proud to announce the birth of his brother, Dominic Michael Barnhart. Dominic was born on Jan. 26, 2008, at 3:41 p.m., at Union Hospital in Terre Haute. He weighed 6 pounds, 10 ounces and was 20.5 inches long. Proud parents are Damon anbd Stacy Barnhart...
Public Record 03-19-08 (03/18/08)
Clay County Courthouse The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse March 17-18: Clay Superior Court -- Civil Connie S. Britton Vs. Darin M. Britton: Domestic Relations Clay Circuit Court -- Civil Interim Capital Group, Inc. Vs. Sharri Scamihorn: Civil Collections...