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Stories from Monday, September 29, 2008

Pair arrested in connection with Saturday burglary (09/29/08)
Two 18-year-olds are currently in jail for their alleged involvement in an early Saturday morning burglary. Clay County Sheriff's Department Deputy/K-9 Handler Brison Swearingen responded to a burglary report at Yankee Rose Landscaping and Nurseries, 10472 North State Road 59...
One airlifted following Monday morning accident (09/29/08)
An unidentified driver was airlifted via LifeLine to Methodist Hospital, Indianapolis, following an accident on United States 40 Monday morning. At approximately 7:30 a.m., officials responded to a two-vehicle accident at the intersection of US 40 and County Road 200 West, where a passenger car collided with a truck...
Early voting set for Monday (09/29/08)
The political season is heating up and the time to vote is nearing. Beginning Monday, Oct. 6, Clay County residents will be able to start voting for their favorite politicians in the 2008 General Election. "I want to encourage residents to vote early in the Election Office, if they are able to," Clay County Clerk Mary Brown said. "During the 2004 Presidential Election, the lines at polling locations were very long and this should be able to help lessen the wait time on Election Day."...
Officials take hands-on approach with budget (09/29/08)
In handling the budget, the City of Brazil is trying something new. "We are in the process of conducting numerous work sessions prior to our actual budget hearing," Brazil Mayor Ann Bradshaw said. "It is giving me, (Clerk-Treasurer) Karen McQueen and the council a chance to meet with each of the department heads to discuss line items, expenditures and other issues."...
Man airlifted following two-vehicle collision (09/29/08)
A Brazil man was airlifted via LifeLine to Methodist Hospital, Indianapolis, following a two-vehicle accident on United States 40 Monday morning. At approximately 7:30 a.m., officials with the Clay County Sheriff's Department were dispatched to the intersection of US 40 and County Road 200 West...
Knights fall in Senior Night road tune-up (09/29/08)
Staff Report The Northview Knights hit the road to take on a highly successful Guerin Catholic squad that had a 10-1-1 mark coming into the contest on Saturday afternoon. The Knights played toe-to-toe with the Eagles and had them frustrated with a 3-3 halftime tie. However, Guerin Catholic came out flying in the second half, scoring three early goals before adding another five minutes later for a 7-3 decision...
North Clay and Clay City split junior high contests (09/29/08)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor Fans of North Clay and Clay City junior high volleyball each had reason to go home happy after the annual inter-county battle on Monday night. The Knights' seventh-grade team continued to add wins by knocking off the Eels, 25-16, 25-15 while the Clay City eighth-grade came away with an emotional victory, 25-21, 16-25, 15-14...
Indiana blames coaches for latest NCAA violations (09/29/08)
By MICHAEL MAROT AP Sports Writer INDIANAPOLIS -- Indiana University believes it did everything possible to keep former coach Kelvin Sampson from breaking the rules. It blames Sampson and his assistants for the messy phone-call scandal that has tarnished the men's basketball program...
Indiana blames coaches for latest NCAA violations (09/29/08)
By MICHAEL MAROT AP Sports Writer INDIANAPOLIS -- Indiana University believes it did everything possible to keep former coach Kelvin Sampson from breaking the rules. It blames Sampson and his assistants for the messy phone-call scandal that has tarnished the men's basketball program...
Allmendinger and Gordon finish strong (09/29/08)
By JENNA FRYER AP Auto Racing Writer CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- It would have been so easy for an ailing Jeff Gordon or an unemployed AJ Allmendinger to take a leisurely Sunday drive around Kansas Speedway. But Gordon is racing for a championship, Allmendinger is racing for a job and simply coasting to the checkered flag isn't an option for either...
Rams fire head coach Linehan (09/29/08)
By R.B. FALLSTROM AP Sports Writer ST. LOUIS -- After experiencing the wild highs and lows of the Mike Martz years, the winless St. Louis Rams opted for cool, calm, reserved Scott Linehan as their next coach. On Monday, they admitted their mistake and fired Linehan after four consecutive lopsided losses to open the season. ...
White Sox survive to fight another day (09/29/08)
By RICK GANO AP Sports Writer CHICAGO -- Alexei Ramirez spread his arms wide and raced around the bases like a little kid. The White Sox would play one more day. Ramirez set a rookie record with his fourth grand slam of the season, and Chicago beat Detroit 8-2 in a rainout makeup Monday, forcing a one-game tiebreaker against Minnesota for the AL Central title...
Public Record 9-30-08 (09/29/08)
Clay County Courthouse The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse Sept. 29. Clay Superior Court -- Civil Unifund CCR Partners Vs. Cheryl Wellman: Civil Collections Arrow Financial Services, LLC Vs. Ryan Freeman: Civil Collections...
Fish Stocking and Management (09/29/08)
This week we will follow up last week's fish kill discussion with discussion of fish biology and stocking. Some may have a new pond while others want to start over if a pond's fish population and diversity is undesirable. Due to the flood of June 2008, many ponds were altered. If you are unsure of the status of your pond, the way to find the answer is fun. Go fishing and see what you catch!...