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Stories from Friday, June 27, 2008

Sheriff's Department installs in-car cameras (06/27/08)
The Clay County Sheriff's Department is entering a new age of technology with the installation of in-car digital cameras in several of the department's cruisers. "These (cruisers) are rolling offices, and they are equipped with everything an officer needs to do their job during any kind of situation," Clay County Sheriff Mike Heaton told The Brazil Times while technicians at Specialty Vehicle Solutions, Inc., Clay City, installed a camera in an off-duty deputy's cruiser Friday morning...
Officials discuss flood repairs (06/27/08)
The Clay County Commissioners are getting their ducks in a row. They conducted an emergency special session Friday morning to set up more repair work on area levees, bridges and culverts. "The abnormal amount of rain received obviously caused a lot of damage," Doris Scully, Clay County District Conservationist for the United States Department of Agriculture's Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), said. ...
Several vying for Princess crown (06/27/08)
There are 13 girls in Clay County vying for the 2008 Clay County 4-H Fair Princess crown. Last year, Elizabeth Beyers won the title. Contestants attempting to win this year include Allie Haddon, Paige Schroer, Molly Powell, Emily Durcholz, Heather "Danni" Wallace, Rebecca Beyers, Taylor Payne, Ashley Seymout, Baileigh Burns, Saiti Booe, Carli Milner, Kayla Sinders and Cami Yocom...
Clarification (06/27/08)
The breakfast fundraiser at Applebee's, located at Lafayette and Fort Harrison roads in Terre Haute for North Clay Middle School student Mariss Barushak, was scheduled to take place today. There was no date the story that appeared in Friday's Brazil Times...
CHURCH NEWS (06/27/08)
Carbon United Methodist Church By Mary Egloff Our work day last Saturday was a great success. The weather was perfect and we got a lot done...sealed our new ramp, moved a bunch of rock from the front of the church, took down our sign to be redone, and put sealer on the fire escape...
Kittle and Dayhuff members of team headed to Junior Olympics (06/27/08)
Summer travel plans to Texas amongst Clay County residents have seen a steep increase the past couple of weeks and volleyball is the culprit. Ten Clay County players have booked reservations to Dallas this weekend to compete with various travel volleyball programs at the Junior Olympics...
Ella Colleen Gilbert (06/27/08)
Ella Colleen Gilbert, 53, Poland, passed away at 1 p.m., Wednesday, June 25, 2008, at her residence. She was born Feb. 16, 1955, in Terre Haute, to Rueben Phillip Gilbert and Wilma E. (Miller) Gilbert Wilkin. Colleen grew up in Martinsville, Ill., and graduated from Martinsville Community High School in 1973. Colleen was employed for many years at Indiana State University in the admissions office. Colleen graduated from Ivy Tech Community in May 2008...
PUBLIC RECORD 06-28-08 (06/27/08)
Clay County Courthouse The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse June 27. Clay Superior Court -- Civil Discover Bank Vs. James R. Mullenix: Civil Collections Kathy Grady Vs. Steven E. Grady: Domestic Relations Beth A. Branham Vs. Micah R. Branham: Domestic Relations...
Staunton Scene (06/27/08)
The 58th annual reunion of families who were stationed at Morris Field during World War II was held on June 21-22 at the Super Eight Motel in Terre Haute. Those attending were: Baun, Loucinda, and Bill Everley, Bowling Green, Kentucky; Ellen and Gary Hall, Carbondale, Illinois; Estel Johnson, Plainfield, Indiana; Paul and Janet Shirley, Terre Haute; and Mary Lou, Steve, Zena, Carman, Jay, and Kelly Riddell, Brazil. They had a wonderful time, and hope to meet again next year...