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Stories from Monday, May 5, 2008

Band students perform for Clinton (05/05/08)
A once-in-a-lifetime experience happened at the Brazil City Hall with the appearance of Chelsea Clinton and Miss Indiana Brittany Mason as they campaigned for Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-NY) Monday. While the crowd waited, the Northview High School Band and Guard entertained with a variety of music...
County voters heading to polls (05/05/08)
Today, the residents of Clay County head to the polls to decide who will appear on the General Election ballot in November. In the primary election, voters select to cast their ballots for either the Republican or Democratic party on a straight-ticket ballot...
County K-9 officer injured during arrest (05/05/08)
Clay County Sheriff Mike Heaton has confirmed that K-9 Officer Forrest was injured early Monday morning during an arrest. "While attempting to subdue a suspect, Forrest sustained bruising and swelling around his head and nose area," Heaton told The Brazil Times about the dog's visit to the veterinarian. "Forrest will be under medical care and observation for the next five to seven days, while Josh makes sure that he can eat."...
Brazil Times welcomes new staff member (05/05/08)
The Brazil Times welcomed Corena Herniter as a staff reporter Monday. Herniter is a native of Arizona and graduated from Northern Arizona University with a degree in Marketing/Merchandising. Currently she is receiving her masters from Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College in Leadership Development...
Former, current residents honored (05/05/08)
TERRE HAUTE -- Former Brazil resident and Terre Haute South High School graduate Doug Ankney recently earned the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Alumni Association's Career Achievement Award in recognition of career accomplishments. Ankney, a 1988 mechanical engineering graduate, is global director of manufacturing for Milliken and Company's floor covering division. He leads operations for the commercial, hospitality, residential and Walk-Off Mat businesses...
St. Vincent Clay nurse nominated for award (05/05/08)
St. Vincent Clay Hospital recently nominated registered nurse Paulette Gaskill for the 2008 St. Vincent Health Professional Nursing Recognition Award. The PNRA Award is designed to honor those nurses who have achieved a high standard of practice. The award encompasses a variety of professional roles, including leadership within the discipline of nursing, holistic approach to nursing, Core Values and contributions to the community, nursing education and/or research...
County considers banking options (05/05/08)
The county could start looking outside of the area to bank its funds. Clay County Treasurer Debbie James presented a resolution to the Clay County Commissioners during Monday's meeting, which could provide the option to use banks outside of the county to hold Certificates of Deposit...
Chelsea Clinton visits Brazil (05/05/08)
Just one day before the Indiana Primary, Clay County residents received a special treat as former First Daughter Chelsea Clinton visited the city. Clinton was in Brazil Monday stumping for her mother, Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-NY), who is one of two Democratic presidential candidates on the ballot today, the other being Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.)...
Northview linksters fall two shots short of Greencastle (05/05/08)
Staff Reports Monday's golf match against visiting Greencastle was a prime example of just how important each stroke is each time on the course. The Tiger Cubs got a medalist effort from Eric Davis with a 36 as Greencastle scored a 154 to 156 victory over the Knights...
Panthers' power surge downs Northview (05/05/08)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor The top half of Riverton Parke's softball lineup proved to be the death of Northview on Monday night. The Knights couldn't find out a way to get the No. 2-3-4 batters out for the Panthers. Together, Whitney Mathas, Ashley Kinne and Megan Vincent went a collective 8-for-10 and drove home all five runs in a 5-3 Riverton Parke victory...
Northview tennis team downs South Putnam (05/05/08)
Staff Report The South Putnam Eagles gave Northview's tennis team all they could handle on Senior Night. However, in the end the Knights came out on top by a 4-1 score. Before the match, the Knights honored Freddy Karg, Andrea James, Jazmine Kellum, Kaley Huffman, Kirsten Hettwer, Mallory Heffner and Olivia Kumpf...
Busch becomes Public Enemy No. 1 after wrecking Earnhardt (05/05/08)
By JENNA FRYER AP Auto Racing CONCORD, N.C. -- Three security guards followed Kyle Busch around Lowe's Motor Speedway, where his safety was presumably still in danger from a victory-starved "Junior Nation" incensed over the late-race accident that cost Dale Earnhardt Jr. a victory...
Dunn homers as Reds beat Cubs (05/05/08)
By JOE KAY AP Sports Writer CINCINNATI -- Adam Dunn hit a two-run homer deep into the seats in right field, and rookie Johnny Cueto got back to hitting the corners with his 95 mph fastball Monday night, leading the Cincinnati Reds to a slump-busting 5-3 victory over the Chicago Cubs...
Travis James Crague (05/05/08)
Travis James Crague, 26, Brazil, passed away Friday, May 2, 2008. He was born Nov. 20, 1981, in Brazil, to Fred and Kathy Stevens Crague. He was a 2000 graduate of Northview High School and worked for Crown, Greencastle. Travis was a fun loving "adrenaline junkie" who lived his life one day at a time...
Stella A. Thomas (05/05/08)
Stella A. Thomas, 100, Greencastle, passed away Sunday morning at Asbury Towers. Born Jan. 28, 1908, in Clay County, in the Pell home just east of Harmony, she was the seventh of eight children born to Oscar E. and Mary Elizabeth (Early) Pell. She grew up in the large brick home built by her grandfather (from materials made and cut from the farm), fondly referred to as "Pell Hill."...
test results (05/05/08)
Governor U.S. Rep., Dist. 8 State Senator, Dist. 37 State Rep., Dist 43 State Rep., Dist. 44 State Rep., Dist 46 U.S. President...
Public Record 5-6-08 (05/05/08)
Clay County Courthouse The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse May 2-5. Clay Superior Court -- Civil American Acceptance Co., LLC Vs. Richard Haynes: Civil Collections Livingston Financial, LLC Vs. Brett A. Horn: Civil Collections...