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Stories from Thursday, February 12, 2009

Crowned! (02/12/09)
In between the junior varsity and varsity games Thursday evening against South Putnam, Northview crowned Bonnie Froderman (right) as its 2009 Winter Homecoming Queen and Earl Moody as King. Bonnie is the daughter of Fred and Trish Froderman while Earl is the son of Ron and Cori Moody...
Homecoming festivities! (02/12/09)
Northview Band Director Bob Medworth (Above, from left), Athletic Director Charlie Jackson and Principal Tim Rayle prepare cups of chili during Thursday's Chili Dinner at the high school prior to Northview's homecoming game against South Putnam. Medworth and Jackson used recipes from their wives, Ruth Ann and Jill, respectively, while Rayle used his own. Extra chili had to be made on the spot as all three entries sold out, but Jackson was declared the winner as his sold out first...
Soldier reports all is well in Iraq (02/12/09)
Specialist Helen Marie Corne e-mailed The Brazil Times a letter this week regarding her current tour in Iraq. She was one of several soldiers from the 138th Quartermaster Support Company who recently left for Camp Atterbury to prepare for deployment to Iraq...
CCSC board meeting set for Tuesday (02/12/09)
The Clay Community School Board will conduct a regular session school board meeting Tuesday, at 7:30 p.m., in the media center at North Clay Middle School. The meeting was originally scheduled Feb. 12, but was postponed due because some people were unable to attend...
CCSD takes part in arrest of Coalmont man (02/12/09)
COALMONT -- A 30-year-old Coalmont man was taken into custody early Wednesday after officers responded to a call that the man was outside in the front yard of a residence allegedly cutting himself. Christopher E. McKinley was booked into the Clay County Justice Center on preliminary charges of public intoxication and resisting law enforcement...
North Clay Middle School ISTEP Pass + Feb. 6, 2009 (02/12/09)
(Front) Seth Payton, Justin Stanley, Jackson Copper, Mitch Thomas, Elyssa Broeker, Holli Jones, Tyler Jenkins, Matthew Munoz, Jacob Nobles, Steven Reinoehl, Zach Muncie, Jacob Wallace, Connor Ganly, Kyle Moore, Kody Snyder, Jordan Tracy, Craig Peters, Kris Damon, Mannah Mace, Ashley Kidwell, Keirsten Mikesell, Keegan Roembke, Abi Minton, Alyssa Wheeler, Brandy Thomas, Sadie Allen, Brooke Daugherty, Desi Hartman, Haley Leach, Raven Pierce; (second row) Alexandria Meyer, Chandler Downing, Samantha Starr, Morgan Brown, John Schriver, Bailey Pollard, Samantha Edwards, Kaysia Reberger, Hannah Minor, Mikayla Rowan, Jonathon Burns, Taylor Dickison, Leslie Ringo, Haley Morris, Halie Sciotto, Jami Warner, Ashley Deakins, Kiersten Gehring, Audrey Fatch, Olivia Dickens, Derek Snyder, Chase Stanton, Pierce Ross, Justin Nees, Braden Timberman, Skylar Batchelor, Colte Bicking, Tyler Miller, Matt Aselage; (third row) Minh Tong, Austen Bowen, James Fagg, Aaron Brown, Wyatt Baysinger, Mallory Reckerd, Heather Bryan, Samantha Smith, Hillary Pleake, Sierra Girton, Shelbi Morris, Emily Sands, Olivia Howald, Zach Rodgers, Trey Boor, Molly Powell, Kasey Merten, Ashley Sutherland, Maeghan Pilman, Brittany Lovett, Lucas Alsip, Dakota Davis, Troy Jeffrey, Logan Dudley, Evan Thiemann; (fourth row) Kinsey Elwell, Shelby Miller, AdriAnne Welton, Tyler Cox, Thomas Powell, Elaina Latham, Samantha Metz, Jeffrey Wilcoxon, Cooper Smith, Daniel Kimbell, Ethan Sands, Craig Rice, Dorothy Slover, Tyler Funk, Paige Stevenson, Angela Smith, Justin Buckingham, Max Archer, Wesley Miller, Skyler Holifield, Sean Brockman, Hope Torbert, Brittany Ray, Camille Waelbroeck, Konner Cheek.. ...
New pilot project set for state (02/12/09)
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack recently announced that a new pilot project will permit producers in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio and Wisconsin to plant such vegetables as cucumbers, green peas, lima beans, pumpkins, snap beans, sweet corn or tomatoes for processing on base acres under the Direct and Counter-Cyclical Program (DCP)...
Moonlight Forestry Course (02/12/09)
How do I keep it healthy? When should I sell my timber and to whom? Maybe I need some help. Forest management is complex and there is often a need for professional assistance. Timber is a renewable resource but the value of timber with other land uses is often overlooked. Many people do not effectively utilize timber management practices such as controlling grape vines, excessive tree competition, and invasive plants...
Daniels defends Lincoln's boyhood heritage (02/12/09)
SPENCER COUNTY, Ind. -- In the current issue of Newsweek Magazine, Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels sets the record straight about Abraham Lincoln's 14 formative years spent in the Hoosier state to more than three million Newsweek readers. Daniels submitted a letter to the editor that appears in the Mail Call section of the Feb. ...
Clay City claims TRC thriller with North Central (02/12/09)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor CLAY CITY -- The Clay City Eels appear to be hitting their stride at just the right time. The Eels gritted out a 42-41 home win Thursday night that was their sixth-consecutive victory since a loss to North Central in the Greene County Tourney on Jan. 10...
Northview boys gets back on winning track (02/12/09)
BY CLAY CUNNINGHAM Times Staff Reporter Riding a wave of homecoming energy, the Northview boys' basketball team put forth a dominating performance Thursday night, burying South Putnam 75-46. After a fairly even first period, the Knights (7-11) railroaded South Putnam, scoring the first 18 points of the second quarter, taking a commanding 41-17 lead into the locker room. The rally was sparked by the outside shooting of Clint Reynolds and Caleb Mershon, who hit a combined nine three pointers...
Mom doesn't buy ruling on Miss. player shooting (02/12/09)
By SHELIA BYRD Associated Press Writer LUCEDALE, Miss. -- The family of star Mississippi high school football player Billey Joe Johnson isn't done pressing for an explanation of how the 17-year-old accidentally shot and killed himself with his own shotgun during a traffic stop, as a grand jury has concluded...
Thursday high school basketball scores (02/12/09)
Thursday's Scores By The Associated Press BOYS' BASKETBALL Argos 56, Culver 37 Barr-Reeve 47, S. Knox 37 Batesville 65, Rushville 59 Benton Central 71, Rensselaer 56 Bloomington South 79, Brownsburg 49 Bremen 45, Triton 42, OT...
Notre Dame beats Louisville to halt losing streak (02/12/09)
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) -- Notre Dame regained a bit of its confidence, while No. 5 Louisville appeared to lose some in one of the most thorough whippings coach Rick Pitino remembers a team of his experiencing. "This victory, while humiliating to us, can propel them into something good," Pitino said. "I'm happy for them. I'm really upset at our players. The way we practiced going into this game and the way we played tonight, our five men were just totally dominated."...
Selig on A-Rod: 'Shamed the game' (02/12/09)
By RONALD BLUM AP Baseball Writer TAMPA, Fla. -- Unable to punish Alex Rodriguez for flunking a drug test that was supposed to be anonymous, Bud Selig could only chastise him. "What Alex did was wrong and he will have to live with the damage he has done to his name and reputation," the commissioner said Thursday, three days after the Yankees star admitted using banned substances from 2001-2003 while playing for the Texas Rangers...
Public Record 2-13-09 (02/12/09)
Clay County Courthouse The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse Feb. 12: Clay Circuit Court -- Civil Midland Funding, LLC Vs. Thomas Sparks: Civil Collections Asset Acceptance, LLC Vs. Felicia Starr Civil Collections Clay Superior Court -- Civil...
Winter Fish Kill (02/12/09)
Fish kills are not common in our area but certainly do occur given the right set of conditions. Locally, late summer is a time one would most likely expect a fish kill. The fall of 2007 was a time of conditions favoring a fish kill, with quick changes in temperatures causing a pond turnover event...
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