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Stories from Friday, March 21, 2008

Youth makes special donation (03/21/08)
Damien Solomon, 12, had a nervous grin on his face as Razors Hair Design Stylist Sonni Burris combed his hair into a ponytail recently. It took Burris a couple of snips before the dark red bunch of hair was cut off. "It was really thick," Burris said, handing Solomon the ponytail. "You still have a lot of hair left over, but you definitely don't have long hair anymore. How's it feel?"...
Students learn 'service learning' (03/21/08)
A little bit of painting can go a long way to help children in transitional situations. At Clay City Junior/Senior High School, Peggy Taylor's art students will be painting suitcases with bright colors for children to use when they are put into the foster care system...
Huntin' Eggs (03/21/08)
The following is a list of Easter Egg Hunts going on in the community: Saturday Easter Egg Hunt at Harmony Park (no time given) 10-11 a.m. -- First Christian Church (at Forest Park) for ages 0-12-years-old. 1 p.m. -- Peniel United Methodist Church Easter Egg Hunt at the home of Bob and Mary Anderson...
Bill Clinton coming back to Indiana (03/21/08)
The Hoosiers for Hillary campaign recently announced former President Bill Clinton will be back in Indiana Monday. Clinton will celebrate Dyngus Day and Solidarity Day in South Bend. He will later attend "Solutions for America" rallies in Rochester, Logansport and Lafayette, which are free and open to the public...
Area man receives prison sentence (03/21/08)
TERRE HAUTE -- On Thursday, Acting United States Attorney Timothy Morrison announced Larry R. Norris, 52, Brazil, was sentenced to 135 months imprisonment by U.S. District Judge Larry J. McKinney following guilty pleas to conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine...
Muncie South's Baumgartner to coach Indiana All-Stars (03/21/08)
INDIANAPOLIS -- Rick Baumgartner of Muncie South has been chosen to coach 2008 Indiana high school Boys All-Stars, game director Pete Smith said Friday. Baumgartner has a 172-82 record over 11 seasons in three stints with the Rebels -- including the 2001 Class 3A state title -- and a 372-250 mark in 28 years of coaching overall...
Butler's Campbell leads Bulldogs to tourney victory (03/21/08)
By CHRIS TALBOTT Associated Press Writer BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -- Maybe it's time to start noticing Butler. Discounted by the selection committee, the Bulldogs opened the NCAA tournament with yet another win, beating South Alabama 81-61 Friday in the first round of the East Regional...
Reds' Harang quiety developing into one of NL's best starters (03/21/08)
By JOE KAY AP Sports Writer BRADENTON, Fla. -- Aaron Harang got the sign from Javier Valentin, went into that smooth, compact delivery and let it fly. Pop! The ball smacked the catcher's mitt. Pirates outfielder Nate McLouth craned his neck and watched it go past...
Ogilvy remains bogey-free, but not Tiger-free (03/21/08)
By DOUG FERGUSON AP Golf Writer DORAL, Fla. -- Even with a one-shot lead, Geoff Ogilvy realizes the odds are against him. And that was before someone told him the odds. Tiger Woods has brought the Blue Monster to its knees the last three years. He has won the CA Championship the last three years. And perhaps the most daunting of all is that Woods has not lost any tournament anywhere over the last six months...
Pedro Martinez looks sharp in start (03/21/08)
By The Associated Press John Smoltz felt tightness in his right shoulder and missed his start. Pedro Martinez was pain-free, and it appears that he won't be under a pitch count heading into the regular season. The Atlanta Braves sat Smoltz against the Indians at Kissimmee, Fla., on Friday, but the veteran said he would have pitched through the pain if the game counted...
Angela E. Butt (03/21/08)
Angela E. Butt, 46, Arlington, Va., passed away at Walter Reed Army Medical Center on March 17, 2008, after battling a brain tumor. Born Dec. 26, 1961, in Boston, she was the daughter of Albert and Carol Hanley. She graduated from Chelmsford High School and subsequently graduated from Boston College in 1982. She was a member of the Ft. Myer Catholic Family and was employed by Potomac Analysis Corporation as an analyst supporting the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD)...
Public Record 3-22-08 (03/21/08)
Clay County Courthouse The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse March 20-21: Clay Superior Court -- Civil Ford Motor Credit Company, LLC Vs. Sherry R. Cotton: Civil Collections Unifund CCR Partners Vs. Karen J. Burk: Civil Collections...
New Minister at Community Missionary Church (03/21/08)
Derron Connor has accepted the invitation to Pastor at the Community Missionary Church of Brazil, In., 21 W. Pinckley St., Brazil. Pastor Connor has been a Christian for more than 30 years and has served as fill-in pastor while area Ministers have been ill and/or on vacation...
Church News 3-22-08 (03/21/08)
BEE RIDGE CHURCH Submitted by Bee Ridge Church I would like to wish each and every one of you a very happy Easter. Enjoy the day, but don't forget the real meaning we are celebrating Easter. Inspirational, knowledgeable, spiritual, funny, awesome. That's just a few of the words describing the Puppet Show and the Righteous Rods that were at Bee Ridge Church last Sunday. ...
Staunton Scene (03/21/08)
STAUNTON FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH You are invited to worship with us this week, as we celebrate Resurrection morning. Easter Sunday services begin with Sunrise Service at 6:30 a.m. A short drama will be a part of this service. Following the service, breakfast will be served in the basement of the Educational Building...