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Stories from Monday, October 20, 2008

Center for Women's Ministries given building deed (10/20/08)
CLAY CITY -- After nearly a decade of local service, The Clay City Center for Women's Ministries has been given validation for its work. Recently, the organization, 314 S. Lankford St., Clay City, was given the deed to its service building by Union Hospital, Terre Haute...
Tips for staying safe while trick-or-treating (10/20/08)
As trick-or-treaters prepare to hit the streets of Clay County in search of lit porch lights and jack-o'-lanterns, officials at the Consumer Product Safety Commission, the Food and Drug Administration, the American Red Cross, Centers for Disease Control, American Medical Association, National Transportation Safety Board, the Indiana Poison Center and the Indiana State Police have some safety tips to help make Halloween a happy event...
'Pin Point the Pain' at the Library (10/20/08)
Got pain? Want relief, but without using medication? Well, help is on the way. The Brazil Public Library is offering a workshop on Acupressure. Dr. Richard Frankville will be presenting "Pin Point the Pain" on Thursday, Oct. 23 at 6:30 p.m. "This is intended to be an educational event for those who are interested in learning about acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine," Dr. Frankville said...
Clay County Courthouse joining United Way fundraising campaign (10/20/08)
Beginning Monday, Clay County courthouse employees are getting in the fundraising game. Members of the United Way of the Wabash Valley met with courthouse employees Monday morning in order to start up the courthouse's own fundraising campaign to help the United Way reach its goal of $2 million...
Hospital Foundation set for 'Festival of Trees' (10/20/08)
Start the holiday season by joining the St. Vincent Clay Hospital Foundation for the fifth annual "Festival of Trees," at 6:30 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 15. The evening will combine holiday splendor with a cheese, wine and microbrew tasting, hor'dorves, desserts and a silent auction...
'Fright Night' set at Billie Creek Village (10/20/08)
ROCKVILLE -- Billie Creek Village, along with Rockville Rotary, are teaming together to bring area residents two nights of Halloween "fright." The annual event will take place Saturday and Sunday at Billie Creek Village. With planning by the Rockville Rotary Club, Billie Creek Village Farmstead, Leatherwood Station Covered Bridge, Nature Preserve and Billie Creek ford will turn into a "dark and frightful journey."...
Accused child molester arrested in Greene County (10/20/08)
JASONVILLE -- An accused child molester received no leniency when he appeared in court Monday. Dale L. McNeal, Jr., 47, Jasonville, was charged with two counts of class A felony child molesting and his bond increased to $100,000 when he appeared before Judge Erik "Chip" Allen for his initial hearing in Greene Circuit Court...
Honor Rolls (10/20/08)
EAST SIDE ELEMENTARY First Grade All A's Lauretta Allen, Mersadies Barnett, Jonathan Bradford, Savannah Fields, Hannah Michael, William Slajs, Logan Weis, Kaileb White, Ashley Wright All A's and B's Austin Archer, Ricky Atkinson, Erick Barnett, Matthew Butts, Carson Gettle, Ashton Hayes, Kaitlin Kennedy, Chad McCullough, Haleigh McIntire, Shaunna McIntire, Kristan Norris, Connor Phelps, Mark Paullus, Griffien Stewart, Kennett Taylor, Tucker Thiel, Daryl Walls, Samantha Weber...
Knights clip Warriors for win on Senior Night (10/20/08)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor Northview's high school gymnasium had a festive atmosphere on Monday night from the Senior Night celebration, the acappella rendition of the Star Spangled Banner to a volleyball victory over visiting Danville. The Knights earned a 25-18, 25-16, 25-13 victory against the Warriors in front of a large home crowd to wrap up a 26-5 regular season...
Willingham, Washington ready to host Notre Dame (10/20/08)
By TIM BOOTH AP Sports Writer SEATTLE -- Tyrone Willingham would prefer never to be a story line. He's probably not going to get his wish this week. That has proved tough enough for most of this season, as his Washington squad sits at 0-6, losers of eight straight going back to last season. The constant buzz around the program is about when -- not if -- Willingham will get shown the door...
Tiger Woods back at Torrey Pines as caddie (10/20/08)
By BERNIE WILSON AP Sports Writer SAN DIEGO -- Four months after his epic U.S. Open victory, Tiger Woods returned to Torrey Pines on Monday without a limp. He didn't have golf clubs, either. Hopping from a cart, Woods walked up to 59-year-old John Abel, doffed his cap and extended his right hand. "Hey, I hear you're looking for a caddie. I'm Tiger Woods -- pleased to meet you."...
Colts hope Sanders and Addai return soon (10/20/08)
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- With the Colts heading into a tough part of schedule, coach Tony Dungy is hopeful injured stars Joseph Addai and Bob Sanders can return soon. Sanders, the 2007 defensive player of the year, could return to practice this week and Addai lobbied to play in Sunday's 34-14 loss at Green Bay despite an injured hamstring...
How the Phillies and Rays match-up (10/20/08)
By MIKE FITZPATRICK AP Baseball Writer A position-by-position look at the Philadelphia Phillies and Tampa Bay Rays going into the World Series, starting Wednesday night at Tropicana Field: ------ First Base Phillies: Ryan Howard. The 2006 NL MVP and a leading contender for this year's award, Howard led Philadelphia to its second consecutive division title with a huge September. ...
Brenda Mustard (10/20/08)
Brenda Mustard, 66, Brazil, was called home to Glory Oct. 19, 2008, at 7:35 a.m., following an 18-year battle with Huntington's Corea. She was surrounded by her loving family as God granted her peace. She was born in Indianapolis, to Arthur and Marjorie (Lunsford) Dickison Sept. ...
Ada M. Naanes (10/20/08)
Ada M. Naanes, 73, Spencer, passed away at the Owen Valley Health Campus, Sunday, Oct. 19, 2008. She was born Nov. 26, 1934, to Charles E. and Rita J. (Leach) Welch, in Brazil. Ada had worked at Spencer Cord until its closing. She was a homemaker, Sunday School teacher and member of the Missionary Circle at Cuba Baptist...
PUBLIC RECORD 10-21-08 (10/20/08)
Clay County Courthouse The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse Oct. 17-20. Clay Superior Court -- Civil Melodie D. McCullough Vs. Brian McCullough: Miscellaneous Civil Midland Credit Management, Inc. Vs. Jerrol Crecelius: Civil Collections...
Follow Up On Farm Lease Information (10/20/08)
Fall crop harvest is progressing in Indiana significantly better than in the western part of the Corn Belt. Considering our wet, cold spring and flood, it appears that we are blessed with a respectable harvest this growing season. However it is going to be a long harvest season as corn moisture levels are high and many fields had portions that were replanted one or two times making harvest interesting...