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Stories from Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Man injured during home invasion, police seeking suspects (01/14/09)
A rural Brazil man was injured today during an alleged home invasion that occurred shortly after 3:30 a.m. Although details are sketchy due to the preliminary stages of the investigation, detectives from the Criminal Investigation Division at the Indiana State Police Terre Haute Post are investigating the crime scene, 8843 N. County Road 500 West, Brazil, located in northwestern Clay County...
Frigid weather expected to last through Friday (01/14/09)
Old Man Winter is making another frosty appearance in the area over the next few days as weather forecasters predict temperatures to drop to single digits and wind chill factors in the sub-zero category. The Indianapolis division of the National Weather Service issued a wind chill advisory for Clay County from midnight Wednesday to 1 p.m., Friday...
Homecoming Attendants (01/14/09)
Attendants for the 2009 Clay City High School Homecoming festivities include (front, from left) Taylor Walden, Kelly McCullough, Mandy Ingram, Treia Buis, Chloe Kittle, (back) Orry Heffner, Logan Higgins, Logan Fry, Ben Denker, Chase Ames and Josh Miller. Not pictured: Claire Miller. Jason Moon Photo...
Local business owner provides scuba tips (01/14/09)
Often times, teachers try to bring what the students are taught in the classroom to life. Sometimes it is easier than others. "I invited Jim Frederick, from Fun Time Scuba, to demonstrate scuba equipment and discuss scuba diving," sixth-grade social studies teacher at North Clay Middle School Rita Rose said. "This is a culminating activity for our unit about Mexico in which we talk about tourism and its effect on the Mexican economy."...
Alleged charges enhanced on pair of Brazil residents (01/14/09)
Due to a lengthy investigation by the Clay County Sheriff's Department, the Clay County Prosecutor's Office filed more formal allegations of drug charges against two Brazil residents arrested last week. Tom L. Borders, 46, and Tabitha Golden, 31, were initially arrested as part of a drug investigation on Jan. 5. Borders was arrested initially as part of a traffic stop, while Golden was arrested as part of the subsequent investigation at Borders' home...
SBA to conduct online business workshop (01/14/09)
The United States Small Business Administration (SBA) will conduct an online business workshop Friday, Jan. 30, from 7:30-8:30 a.m. The workshop will provide guidance to prepare small business owners for meeting with a lender. Business owners will learn how SBA is involved in the loan process, what documents to take to the lender, and how to make a good first impression with the lender...
CCSC issues two-hour delay, reschedules events (01/14/09)
Wind chill advisory issued (01/14/09)
The National Weather Service in Indianapolis has issued a wind chill advisory for Clay County from midnight Wednesday to 1 p.m., Friday. Today's weather calls for breezy conditions with snow likely. The accumulation is estimated to be up to 1 inch. Breezy conditions are expected throughout the evening with a 20 percent chance of snow showers. The low is expected to be near zero...
Post-season awards continue for Evinger; Winter athletes continue strong seasons (01/14/09)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor The post-season awards continue to roll in for College of the Canyons offensive lineman Joe Evinger. The former Northview High School standout was a two-year starter for the 2008 National Division, Northern Conference champions and recently was named an All-American...
Wrestling canceled for tonight (01/14/09)
The Northview boys' wrestling match against Terre Haute South this evening has been canceled.
Verducci hired as Notre Dame line coach (01/14/09)
By TOM COYNE AP Sports Writer SOUTH BEND -- Notre Dame tried Wednesday to improve its dismal running game, hiring former Cleveland Browns offensive assistant coach Frank Verducci as offensive line coach. Verducci has 19 years of coaching experience in college football, spent two seasons as an assistant with the Browns. ...
No credible terror threats seen for Super Bowl (01/14/09)
By EILEEN SULLIVAN Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON -- U.S. intelligence officials have found no credible threat of terrorist attacks at the Super Bowl scheduled Feb. 1 in Tampa, Fla., but they are nevertheless raising security concerns. A joint FBI and Homeland Security intelligence assessment obtained by The Associated Press on Wednesday cautions that Raymond James Stadium, the Super Bowl site, does not have the typical security features of permanently secure buildings and arenas...
A full field is full of optimism at Sony Open (01/14/09)
By DOUG FERGUSON AP Golf Writer HONOLULU -- PGA Tour players have big dreams 10 miles up the shore from Waikiki Beach at the Sony Open, the season-opener for those who failed to win last year and are optimistic that 2009 will be different. That's particularly true for Harrison Frazar, who has another chance he wasn't sure he wanted...
Eva Lucile MacDonald (01/14/09)
Eva Lucile MacDonald, 87, Brazil, died at 12:25 a.m., Wednesday, Jan. 14, 2009, at St. Vincent Clay Hospital, Brazil. She was born July 29, 1921, in Putnam County, as the daughter of James and Maggie Girton Hedge. She had been employed as a press operator at Columbia Records, Terre Haute...
Amy Zelma Chatham (01/14/09)
Amy Zelma Chatham, 91, Atwood, Ill., was welcomed by her Savior on Jan. 13, 2009. She was born Sept. 26, 1917, in Center Point, to Terry and Vinnie (Boyce) Crafton, and married Charles W. Chatham on June 1, 1935. Over the years, Amy and her late husband Charles owned and operated a small neighborhood grocery store and owned and operated a restaurant in Brazil. She was known for her pies. She and her late husband wintered in Florida until his death in 1987...
Harmony Happenings (01/14/09)
Harmony United Methodist is holding a workshop on the "Devotional Life in the Wesleyan Tradition". Information handed out at church Sunday reads, "This study describes major features in John Wesley's devotional life and illustrates how they can be applicable for our own."...
Brazil Buzz (01/14/09)
Someone once said, "Pay as much attention to the positive things in your life as the ones that give you trouble." Today, before Paul Baby headed out toward Sears in search of another super Sunday, I heard the old hound dog's cry for pie. Since he is a pretty nice guy that gives me little grief, I honored his request, without hesitation. Now he shall have his pie!...
Battling the elements (01/14/09)
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