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Stories from Thursday, March 26, 2009

Meeting notice (03/26/09)
The Brazil Order of the Eastern Star No. 80 will conduct its annual Friends Night Friday, April 3. The meeting will start at 7:30 p.m., and will take place at the Center Point Masonic Lodge in Center Point. There will be refreshments after the meeting...
Cemetery notices (03/26/09)
All public winter decorations at gravesites located at the Center Point Cemetery must be removed by April 1, according to cemetery officials. Decorations that are not removed will be discarded. In addition, all winter decorations at Calcutta Cemetery and anything that impedes mowing must be removed by April 15, according to the cemetery board...
Public invited to tour building (03/26/09)
Members of the public are invited to tour a possible location for Clay Community School Corporation transportation building. On Tuesday, at 6 p.m., members of the CCSC Board of Trustees will tour the Wallace Bros. Inc., property located at 2067 W. United States Highway 40. Board members are asking anyone interested in going on the tour to contact Central Office at 443-4461 so an exact number of guests can be provided to owner Larry Wallace...
Officers injured during arrest (03/26/09)
Two Brazil City Police officers sustained minor injuries while attempting to arrest a local resident that officials described as "extremely intoxicated" Wednesday night. Michael R. O'Neal, 24, Brazil, is currently incarcerated at the Clay County Justice Center on 11 preliminary charges, including seven various battery charges...
Three residents attend first of four city Ward meetings (03/26/09)
Brazil residents had an opportunity to ask questions and raise concerns Wednesday night. However, only three were in attendance of the meeting with Common Council of the City of Brazil members Brad Deal (Ward 1) and Pat Heffner (At-Large), along with Mayor Ann Bradshaw...
Clay County man taken to hospital following accident (03/26/09)
The Clay County Sheriff's Department is investigating an accident that sent a Clay County man to the hospital Thursday. Shortly after 7 a.m., Thursday, members of the sheriff's department, Clay County Search and Rescue, Dick Johnson Township Volunteer Fire Department and TransCare Ambulance were dispatched to a single-vehicle accident on County Road 500 West (Clay/Vigo county line), just north of CR 1350 N...
Southern Clay County fire determined as arson (03/26/09)
LEWIS -- Preliminary results of a fire investigation at a southern Clay County residence are in. Shortly after 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, members of the Lewis Township, Clay City Volunteer and Jasonville fire departments were dispatched to an engulfed structure fire at a residence located at 4976 West County Road 1150 South...
Fillmore residents earns NAAB award for service (03/26/09)
ABS Global, Inc., recently announced the National Association of Animal Breeders (NAAB) recognized Fillmore resident Steven Cash with the Quarter Century Award for 25 years of service in the AI industry. Cash has spent the past 25 years serving customers throughout West Central Indiana as a representative of ABS Global, Inc., (formerly known as American Breeders Service)...
Producers may still pay for a 'buy-in' fee (03/26/09)
INDIANAPOLIS -- Don Hunton, Acting Executive Director of USDA's Farm Service Agency in Indiana, recently announced that producers who did not obtain crop insurance or Non-insured Crop Disaster Assistance Program (NAP) coverage for 2008 can pay a buy-in fee through May 18, 2009, to become eligible for 2008 disaster assistance programs authorized by the Food, Conservation and Energy Act of 2008...
Indiana State Police youth camps scheduled (03/26/09)
Since 1970, the Indiana State Police have sponsored summer youth camps. Applications for the 2009 summer camp programs are now being accepted. Camps take place at colleges and universities around the state and offer campers a unique glimpse of campus life...
Committee plans to honor veterans, troops June 20 (03/26/09)
ROCKVILLE -- Mark the calendar, bring the lawn chairs and plan to spend Saturday, June 20, on the historic courthouse square in Rockville as the county honor its service men and women. Indiana National Guard members and active duty military, men and women will be honored for their sacrifices on behalf of America during the past six years...
Governor to be in Clay County Friday (03/26/09)
Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels has had a busy itinerary in the past couple of days. And one of the many stops he's making statewide includes paying a visit to Clay County Friday. Daniels will join executives from KIHM Metal Technologies for an economic development announcement Friday, at 10 a.m., at 3021 E. State Road 42...
UConn battles past Purdue to Elite 8 (03/26/09)
By ANDREW BAGNATO AP Sports Writer GLENDALE, Ariz. -- After cruising through the first two rounds of the NCAA tournament, Connecticut found itself in trouble for the first time. Thanks to Hasheem Thabeet, the top-seeded Huskies weren't in trouble for long...
Kelly released from Iowa, has interest in ISU (03/26/09)
TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (AP) -- Jake Kelly has been released from the Iowa men's basketball team, his father says. Terre Haute resident Bob Kelly told the Tribune-Star on Thursday that the junior had asked to be released so he could be closer to home following the death of his mother...
NCAA women's tourney glance (03/26/09)
NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament At A Glance By The Associated Press All Times EDT TRENTON REGIONAL First Round Saturday, March 21 At Galen Center Los Angeles California 70, Fresno State 47...
Kansas looking forward to rematch with Michigan State (03/26/09)
By CLIFF BRUNT AP Sports Writer INDIANAPOLIS -- The Kansas Jayhawks say they've grown as a team since a double-digit loss in January at Michigan State. They'll find out how far they've come when they face the Spartans again in the NCAA Midwest Regional semifinals on Friday...
Capel tells Griffin that legends are made in NCAA Tourney (03/26/09)
By TERESA M. WALKER AP Sports Writer MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- The Syracuse Orange have battled Big East behemoths like Louisville, Connecticut and Pittsburgh -- all No. 1 seeds and still playing in the NCAA tournament. They have dealt with big men like Pitt's DeJuan Blair and UConn's 7-foot-3 Hasheem Thabeet...
Arizona's Pennell focuses on basketball, not job (03/26/09)
By MICHAEL MAROT AP Sports Writer INDIANAPOLIS -- Arizona coach Russ Pennell will play this weekend by the book. Rick Pitino's book. He's savoring every moment in Indianapolis, from the open shootaround to the usually dreaded news conferences, fully understanding Friday night's game against top-seeded Louisville could be his first and only chance to lead a team into the regional finals...
Tiger grinds way into Bay Hill contention (03/26/09)
By DOUG FERGUSON AP Golf Writer ORLANDO, Fla. -- In their own way, Jason Gore and Tiger Woods changed their fortunes Thursday at Bay Hill. Gore was not seeing any results from an overhaul to his swing until he ran off three birdies over the final four holes for a 5-under 65 that gave him a one-shot lead in the Arnold Palmer Invitational...
Celesta Sue Phillips (03/26/09)
Louise L. Armstrong (03/26/09)
Louise L. Armstrong, 85, passed away March 25, 2009, in Ventura County, Calif., after a lengthy illness. She was born in Pensacola, Fla., Oct. 9, 1923, the daughter of Henry William Grady Hart and Angela Riendeau Hart. After her graduation from high school, she met and married Daniel D. Armstrong, who was in the U.S. Navy stationed in Pensacola, Fla...
Paul D. Davis (03/26/09)
Paul D. Davis, 93, Greencastle, formerly of Brazil, died March 25, 2009, at 5:50 p.m., at Hickory Creek at Sunset. Prior to that, he resided at Jackson Gardens from 1999-2007. He was born July 27, 1915, in Decatur, Ill., the son of Corbett E. Davis and Winifred B. Kalips Davis...
Public Record 3-27-09 (03/26/09)
Clay County Justice Center The following jail bookings occurred at the Clay County Justice Center during March 25-26. Awaiting Arraignment O'Neal, Michael R., 24 Sambrotta, Anne, 43 Awaiting Warrant Arraignment Williams, Joshua Ryan, 27 Harboring non-immunized dog...
There's still time for trees! (03/26/09)
Bare root trees are being shipped and picked up from the DNR State Tree Nursery's now. If you were wondering if you were too late, you are not! Vallonia Nursery staff recently stated there is still time to order by phone with a credit card and have trees UPS shipped if prior to April 10...
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