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Stories from Thursday, March 12, 2009

Gearing up for Saturday! (03/12/09)
Clay City juniors (from left) Sarah Tobias and Brandi Moore let loose through a cheer at a school bonfire Thursday evening. The bonfire was in support of the Clay City boys' basketball team, which will face Jac-Cen-Del in the first round of the Class A Martinsville Regional Saturday, scheduled to start at noon...
National Ag Week to be proclaimed (03/12/09)
INDIANAPOLIS -- The Indiana Agriculture Resource Council will be at the Statehouse celebrating National Agriculture Week, Tuesday, March 17, 2009, the Indiana State FFA officers will present a proclamation from Governor Daniels declaring March 17 as Indiana Agriculture Day. ...
CCJC goes high-tech (03/12/09)
The Clay County Justice Center is nearing completion of installing enhanced audio and visual capturing capabilities in the interview room of the facility thanks to some help from a local business. County Sheriff Mike Heaton was recently donated a desktop version of an "E-machine brand" computer by Brazil Walmart Manager Jeremy O'Leary presented the new system to CCSD at the Brazil Store...
BCPD still looking into accident (03/12/09)
Additional charges could be filed pending an ongoing investigation against a Brazil man following a hit-and-run incident. Gregory Julbert, 42, Brazil, turned himself into officials with the Brazil City Police Department Tuesday evening following an incident earlier that day in which he allegedly struck 18-year-old Zach Jones, Brazil, while driving a 1994 white Buick Skylark...
Barnhart, James to speak to public (03/12/09)
Clay County Treasurer Debbie James and Clay County Assessor Mark Barnhart will speak about property taxes at the Clay County Senior Center, 120 S. Franklin St., Brazil, Monday. The event is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m., and is sponsored by the Clay County Republican Club...
Hospital gearing up for Cover the Uninsured Week (03/12/09)
Cover the Uninsured Week is approaching and St. Vincent Clay Hospital has several activities planned to coincide with the week. According to a press release provided by the hospital, 46 million Americans are uninsured. Nine million of them are children and more than eight out of 10 are in working families...
Ladies Spring Extravaganza slated (03/12/09)
Rosedale Baptist Church, 204 E. Middle St., Rosedale, has scheduled its Ladies Spring Extravaganza for March 28. The event will begin with a meal at 6 p.m. At 7 p.m., Kathleen Schoene will speak to the group. A donation cost of $10 will be required for the meal and speaker...
Area youth artists honored by local college (03/12/09)
WEST TERRE HAUTE -- Area artists were honored during the Sisters of Providence Youth Art Contest reception March 5 in Providence Center at St. Mary-of-the-Woods College. Approximately 130 people attended the reception in O'Shaughnessy Dining Room. This was the third year of the contest, which attracted 62 entries from the Wabash Valley...
Stimulus dollars available for flood-damaged land (03/12/09)
INDIANAPOLIS -- The United States Department of Agriculture announced March 9 that a portion of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (Stimulus Package) is being offered to farmers whose fields have had flood damages. The damages could have happened last June, or could be in fields that have a recurring flood problem. Land qualifies if it has been flooded at least once in the past 12 months, or twice in the past 10 years...
Cornley leads Penn State past Indiana (03/12/09)
By MICHAEL MAROT AP Sports Writer INDIANAPOLIS -- Jamelle Cornley used his pregame speech to convey his emotions about making the NCAA tournament. He did an even better job showing his Penn State teammates how to get there. With the Nittany Lions needing one or two more wins to likely lock up their first tourney bid since 2001, the senior swingman took matters into his own hands by scoring 14 points in the first 11 minutes, finishing with 22 points and leading the Nittany Lions past Indiana 66-51 in Thursday's first-round game at the Big Ten tournament.. ...
Pacers could move if financial help doesn't come (03/12/09)
By CLIFF BRUNT AP Sports Writer INDIANAPOLIS -- Indiana Pacers co-owner Herb Simon passionately says he doesn't want to see the city without his franchise. His wishes and the bottom line appear to be at odds. Among the key issues for the struggling franchise is its operation of Conseco Fieldhouse. ...
Tiger struggles as Lefty leads at CA Championship (03/12/09)
By DOUG FERGUSON AP Golf Writer DORAL, Fla. -- Tiger Woods returned to stroke play for the first time since winning the U.S. Open, and so much of it felt familiar except for the leaderboard at Doral. His name was nowhere to be found Thursday at the CA Championship...
Norma Jean Biggs (03/12/09)
Norma Jean Biggs, 71, Plainfield, went home to be with the Lord March 11, 2009. Norma was manager for Morris Shoes for several years. Norma loved God and was a long-time member of the Church by The Side of The Road, 10323 E. County Road 100 S. (Morris Street), Avon, Ind...
William "Billy" Johnson (03/12/09)
William "Billy" Johnson, 32, Freedom, passed away Wednesday, March 11, 2009, due to an auto accident. He was born April 6, 1976, in Brazil, to Rodger and Barbara (Bixler) Johnson. He was a 1995 Owen Valley High School graduate. Billy worked for Asplundh Tree Experts as a tree trimmer...
Herbert H. Evans Jr. (03/12/09)
Herbert H. Evans Jr., 65, Terre Haute, died at Regional Hospital, Terre Haute, at 2:10 a.m., March 12, 2009. Born in Danville, Ill., on March 22, 1943, he was the son of Herbert H. and Georgia L. (Shanks) Evans, who have preceded him in death. He retired as a route salesman for Wonder Bread...
Public Record 3-13-09 (03/12/09)
Clay County Courthouse The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse March 12: Small Claims Center Point Hardware Vs. Everett Leach: Small Claims Professional Accounts Service, Inc. Vs. M.E. Dickison and John Dickison: Small Claims...
Spring is knocking at the door (03/12/09)
These single digit temperatures on Tuesday morning are surely nearing an end! On the bright side, robins have been spotted in the area. Mentally, it is encouraging to go to the stores and see all of the spring lawn and garden items. Many are starting to get the garden itch. Personally, my mouth is starting to water as I think about sweet corn. Let's look at some issues to consider for purchasing seed, starting plants indoors or purchasing starters of flower or vegetable plants...

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