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Stories from Thursday, May 22, 2008

Three's company? (05/22/08)
And then there were three? On Thursday, State Sen. John Waterman (R-Shelburn) told The Brazil Times he recently formed an exploratory committee to run for the 2008 Indiana gubernatorial race as an Independent. "It seems like the blue collar people don't have a candidate that represents them," Waterman said via telephone interview...
Day Camp in need of summer items (05/22/08)
As the first day of YMCA Summer Day Camp approaches, organizers are looking for "summer necessities" that campers might not have or forget to bring with them during the 11-week program. "We don't need a lot, and we don't need brand new things either," Camp Director Pam Fischer told The Brazil Times recently. "That's something that I think we need to teach our children: We don't have to have everything all at once and it doesn't have to be new."...
Gettin' dirty! (05/22/08)
Ribbon Cutting! (05/22/08)
Officials to keep eye on roads for weekend (05/22/08)
Memorial Day signals the beginning of the summer season in Indiana. Thousands of Hoosiers will take to the road during the Memorial Day weekend to visit family and friends. Tens of thousands will come to Indianapolis for the 92nd running of the Indianapolis 500...
Northview headed to sectional title game (05/22/08)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor MARTINSVILLE -- The big bats of Northview once again proved to be too much for a sectional opponent to handle. One night after putting together a 13-run inning in a blasting of Terre Haute South, the Knights strung together seven hits in a third inning that led to an eight-run outburst and a 13-6 win over Plainfield...
Patrick enjoying attention at Indy (05/22/08)
By MICHAEL MAROT AP Sports Writer INDIANAPOLIS -- An exhausted Danica Patrick spent nearly 50 minutes Thursday smiling, joking and explaining everything from her future plans to her new image. The 26-year-old never even yawned. Yes, the first woman to reach Victory Lane in a major race and the unquestioned queen of the Indy Racing League, actually enjoyed playing the role of deft politician during Thursday's Indianapolis 500 media day...
Next-generation Rahal ready for Indy (05/22/08)
By CHRIS JENKINS AP Sports Writer INDIANAPOLIS -- If Graham Rahal didn't know it before, he does now: There's no such thing as a birthright at the Indianapolis 500. Having a famous name didn't guarantee Rahal, son of 1986 winner Bobby Rahal, a smooth path to his first Indy 500. But after a few speed bumps that included getting bumped three times and venting at his team on the first day of qualifying, Rahal is ready to race Sunday...
Reds Griffey hits 598th home run (05/22/08)
SAN DIEGO -- Ken Griffey Jr. hit his 598th home run, his first in 90 at-bats, in the first inning for the Cincinnati Reds on Tuesday night against the San Diego Padres. Griffey hit a 3-1 fastball from Randy Wolf an estimated 411 feet into the right-field seats. Wolf is the 382nd pitcher to allow a home run to Griffey...
Avery Rose Morris (05/22/08)
Avery Rose Morris, infant, Clay City, was stillborn May 21, 2008, at IU Medical Center, Indianapolis. She is survived by her parents Robert and Julie Ann (Elder) Morris, sister Emily Morris, brother Nathan Morris, grandparents Jack and Dee Elder, Sally Elder, Bill and Carol Morris, great-grandparents Joe and Mary Koch, Betty Elder, Vic and Theada Morris, and Shirley Chappel, several aunts, uncles and cousins...
PUBLIC RECORD 05-23-08 (05/22/08)
Clay County Courthouse The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse May 21-22. Clay Superior Court -- Civil Capital One Bank Vs. Richard E. Winn: Civil Collections Ricky D. Adkins Vs. Bobbie Adkins: Domestic Relations Palisades Acquisition Vs. Alberta Kammerdiener: Civil Collections...