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Stories from Monday, June 30, 2008

Farris wins third straight Brazil Open (06/30/08)
Times Staff Report Troy Farris may have been a few strokes off last year's white hot round at Brazil's Forest Park, but the Brazil native still brought home the hardware with a final round of 65 and with it, his third consecutive Brazil Open championship...
Good times! (06/30/08)
(Above) Members of the Northview Color Guard perform as the Northview Marching Band plays "You're a Grand Old Flag" and "America" in the bandshell at Forest Park during the 2008 Brazil Rotary Fourth of July Celebration Monday. The NHS band delivered two performances Monday evening...
Woman arrested on several charges (06/30/08)
A Brazil woman was arrested for several drug-related charges and maintaining a common nuisance over the weekend. On June 18, members of the Clay County Sheriff's Department obtained a search warrant for a rural Brazil residence once occupied and recently vacated by Virginia M. Myrtle, 23...
Welcome! (06/30/08)
After visiting Indiana for three weeks, County Women's Association of New South Wales member Lyn Braico stopped by to talk to district members of the Indiana Extension Homemakers Association at the Clay County 4-H Fairgrounds Monday. "Indiana is so lush, so green and beautiful, I love it here," Braico told The Brazil Times. ...
Domestic dispute leads to arrest (06/30/08)
A Staunton man was arrested on several charges involved in an alleged domestic dispute Sunday night. According to officials at the Clay County Sheriff's Department, officers responded to a report of a verbal argument at an unidentified residence in the Staunton area Sunday evening. During the investigation, Deputy Jonathan Chadd and Sgt. Jason Frazier discovered Amos J. Hellman was allegedly involved in a violent incident with an unidentified victim...
YMCA 5K Run/Walk results (06/30/08)
The YMCA recently conducted its annual Firecracker 5K Run/Walk event, which also helped kickoff the Brazil Rotary Fourth of July Celebration. Approximately 80 participated in the Firecracker. Justin Kunz won the event with a time of 15:39.39 while James Grounds was second at 15:50.92. John Davis placed third at 17:08.03 while Jeremy Kunz was fourth at 17:17.31 and Joshua Williams rounded out the top five with a time of 17:52.41...
Poll: TV guide not used much anymore (06/30/08)
In this day and age of the quick fix, many cable companies and satellite services have added television guide channels to their packages. For quite some time, newspapers have also provided TV guides on a weekly basis. The Brazil Times recently asked its online readers if they still relied on the TV guide insert...
IU President: Sampson shouldn't have been hired (06/30/08)
By TOM DAVIES Associated Press Writer INDIANAPOLIS -- Indiana University's president told the NCAA infractions committee that the hiring of ousted basketball coach Kelvin Sampson was "a risk that should not have been taken." Indiana President Michael McRobbie told the committee during a private session on June 14 that Sampson had betrayed the school's trust in violating NCAA regulations on telephone calls to recruits. ...
Shields and Rays down Red Sox (06/30/08)
By The Associated Press ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- James Shields scattered five hits over 6 1-3 innings and B.J. Upton and Gabe Gross homered Monday to help Tampa Bay Rays beat Boston 5-4 to open a 1 1/2-game lead in the AL East. The Rays (50-32), surprising owners of the best record in baseball, have won six of seven and ended a six-game losing streak to the Red Sox. ...
Woods on crutches recovering from rebuilt knee (06/30/08)
By DOUG FERGUSON AP Golf Writer BETHESDA, Md. -- Tiger Woods does not know when he can play golf again, but he said Monday his rebuilt left knee has been sore his entire PGA Tour career and he looks forward to playing on two good legs. "My left knee has been sore for 10 to 12 years," Woods said during a conference call for his AT&T National tournament, his first public comments since reconstructive surgery last Tuesday. ...
Williams sisters both win on 'Graveyard' (06/30/08)
By STEVEN WINE AP Sports Writer WIMBLEDON, England -- While Roger Federer glided to another victory on Centre Court, and Rafael Nadal won despite a scary stumble on Court 1, the Williams sisters found themselves playing back to back Monday on cozy, clattery Court 2, known as the "Graveyard of Champions."...
Cardinals and Reds post victories (06/30/08)
By The Associated Press ST. LOUIS -- Kyle Lohse allowed an unearned run in seven innings for his seventh straight win and Albert Pujols had two hits and two RBIs in St. Louis' Cardinals' 7-1 victory over New York on Monday night. Chris Duncan added a two-run homer, his first since May 16, for the Cardinals and Aaron Miles had three hits while extending his hitting streak to 12 games...
Jack W. "Snuff" Jenkins (06/30/08)
Jack W. Jenkins, 73, Brazil, passed away at St. Vincent Clay Hospital June 29, 2008, at 6:05 a.m., following an extended illness. He was born Nov. 18, 1934, to Kenneth Wayne and Elizabeth Jenkins. Jack began his love for trucking at a young age, riding with his father for the Mayflower Van Lines. For a short time, he worked for Ann Page food distributor before joining the United States Army. During his service to his country, he served in Germany before being honorably discharged in 1959...
Public Record 7-1-08 (06/30/08)
Clay County Justice Center The following jail bookings occurred at the Clay County Justice Center during June 28-29. Awaiting Arraignment Shelley, Gary K., 39 Hellman, Amos J., 31 Lewis, Betty L., 65 Maurer, Joshua, 23 Horn, Brett Andrew, 21 Awaiting Warrant Arraignment...
What's Buggin' Us and What To Do About It (06/30/08)
Those voracious "bugs" that make outdoor work and play a challenge since the flood have resulted in a lot of comments and questions. The number is up this because of all the water and decaying vegetation, says Ed Borter, a veterinarian from Odon. He, like others locally, has recently treated a number of dogs that look like they have numerous gnat bites, especially around the ears...
Unwanted Christmas Tree Ornaments (06/30/08)
This time of year there is a great deal to talk about regarding home and garden plants and ornamentals. Last week I observed the first bagworms of the season in the area. These bagworms are very tiny now but will become the Christmas tree ornament looking bags that most folks don't notice until late July and August when it is too late to do much about the problem. ...