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Stories from Sunday, May 10, 2009

Loyalty Day events successful (05/10/09)
Former resident honored (05/10/09)
"Every music teacher dreams of being on stage at Carnegie Hall, but we know that our jobs are more of behind the scenes and the possibility of it becoming a reality isn't high in our profession," music teacher Holly Mullenix said. "But we do it to inspire those students that will."...
Dancing, drumming coming to NHS (05/10/09)
An evening of drumming and dancing comes back to Northview High School Tuesday at 7 p.m., in the NHS auditorium. Admission is $1. The first half of the concert will feature dance numbers choreographed and performed by members of the Northview Color Guard under the direction of Ruth Ann Medworth...
Area resident recognized for efforts (05/10/09)
Quality customer services "keyed" an award winning performance for a local Kroger employee recently. Heather Kelsheimer, a Drug GM Department Manager at the Kroger store, located at 100 Forest Park Plaza in Brazil, was recently given a 2008 Customer Service Award Winner by the stores Central Division in Indianapolis. She was one of 155 winners spread across five states. She was selected by Brazil Store Manager Ron Horall...
Cut and a shave (05/10/09)
Northview High School student Seth McDonald (right) buzzes off the first portion of Brazil Times' reporter Jason "Mouth From the South" Jacobs' beard during the festivities. Looking on is Brazil resident Karen Meister, who cut off Jacobs' 14-inch long ponytail only minutes earlier. Meister won the right to cut off the ponytail with a $50 dollar bid, while she and McDonald donated a total of $25 to team up in shaving off the beard. In total, Jacobs raised $250 for cancer research...
'Hokey Pokey' (05/10/09)
Those attending the 2009 American Cancer Society's Clay County Relay For Life event do "The Hokey Pokey" Friday evening in the gymnasium at the YMCA of Clay County. To purchase this photo or view other photos from other festivities conducted during the event, visit www.thebraziltimes.com/gallery/2009relay.... Ivy Jackson Photo...
Hut, two, three, four (05/10/09)
Soldiers with the Indiana Army National Guard march in unison during the 2009 Loyalty Day Parade Saturday afternoon. Ivy Jackson Photo.
Former resident donates to national charity (05/10/09)
CINCINNATI -- Hubert Morlan, former area resident and member of Zorah Shriners in Terre Haute, was a "self-made man" as his family puts it when he died in 2008. No one realized, however, just how successful Morlan had been until after his death when his estate made several significant donations to area charities...
Donations! (05/10/09)
Job's Daughter Bethel 121, Knightsville, recently made a donation of video tapes to the Ronald McDonald House. The members of Bethel 121 had a dance, with the admission priced of a used video tape to help support the Ronald McDonald Houses' continuing mission. ...
Donation! (05/10/09)
Wal-Mart representative Adam Montague (left) recently handed over a $1,000 donation to Clay County Optimist Club members (from left) Rita Rothrock, Barbara Philabaum and Ken Turner. Jason Moon Photo.
Area food inspections (05/10/09)
The following are food service inspections conducted by the Clay County Health Department through April: Establishments with no violations at time of inspection: Approved to Operate:...
Knights finish third at Big Four track meet (05/10/09)
Staff Report TERRE HAUTE -- The Northview track and field teams came up third-place finishes on Saturday at the Big Four Meet held at Terre Haute North. The Knights got the chance to tune-up for Wednesday's Western Indiana Conference Meet at Northview and had some solid individual results in the meet...
Knights finish third at Big Four track meet (05/10/09)
Staff Report TERRE HAUTE -- The Northview track and field teams came up third-place finishes on Saturday at the Big Four Meet held at Terre Haute North. The Knights got the chance to tune-up for Wednesday's Western Indiana Conference Meet at Northview and had some solid individual results in the meet...
Knights place fourth at Bloomington North Tourney (05/10/09)
Staff Report BLOOMINGTON -- The Northview Knights placed fourth at the Bloomington North Invitational golf tourney at Cascades Golf Course on Saturday. Fifteenth-ranked Bloomington North got a 70 from Ben EuDaly and took the team title with a score of 292. Edgewood shot a 301 followed by Bedford North Lawrence at 303 and the Knights with a 306. Center Grove placed fifth ahead of Bloomington South, Terre Haute North, Bloomington North's 'B' team and Leo...
Tough day for Knights in Big Four baseball (05/10/09)
BY CLAY CUNNINGHAM Times Staff Reporter TERRE HAUTE -- The Northview Knights dropped a pair of games at the Big Four Tournament on Saturday and fell in all three games that counted in the tourney this week. On Saturday, the Knights kicked off tournament action by dropping a 4-1 contest to the host Patriots. In the second game, Northview was drilled by a 16-4 score in a game against Terre Haute South...
Northview softball drops two at Big Four Tourney (05/10/09)
Staff Report TERRE HAUTE -- The Northview Knights had a difficult day at the Big Four softball tourney on Saturday afternoon. The opening game was a heartbreaker as Northview lost a 2-0 lead in the seventh inning to fall 3-2 on an RBI double by Macy Toon...
Christian claims sprint car feature at Lincoln Park Speedway (05/10/09)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor PUTNAMVILLE -- The rain that has plagued the state of Indiana for the entire month of May, finally subsided on Friday afternoon and the heavens even shed a little sunshine on the Hoosier state and allowed fans and drivers to enjoy a little dirt track fun on Saturday...
Pete Edward Dryer (05/10/09)
Pete Edward Dryer, 62, Clay City, passed away at his residence May 9, 2009, at 9:30 a.m., following a lengthy illness. He was born in St. Louis, Mo., Sept. 5, 1946, to Harry and Louise (Hibbler) Dryer. He graduated from Cathedral High School, Indianapolis, with the class of 1965. ...
John "Jack" Metz Jr. (05/10/09)
John "Jack" Metz Jr., 79, Brazil, died at 10:25 a.m., May 8, 2009, at Union Hospital, Terre Haute, following a brief illness. He was born July 31, 1929, in Clay County, to John A. Sr. and Gladys (Bain) Metz. Jack attended Van Buren High School. On Feb. ...
PUBLIC RECORD 5-11-09 (05/10/09)
Clay County Justice Center The following jail bookings occurred at the Clay County Justice Center during May 5-8. Awaiting Arraignment Grimes, Lloyd R., 26 Haviland, Joshua J., 29 Burrows, Christopher S., 22 Handlon, Jacob, 18 Sult, April, 23 Julbert, Gregory J., 42...
United in the spirit of Relay (05/10/09)
When the tarp is rolled up at the Clay County YMCA, the 2009 Clay County American Cancer Society's Relay For Life 12-hour event ends, but not the spirit of the event. Participating in Relay is a unique experience, for whatever the initial reason to join might be...
Several bills were passed in regular session (05/10/09)
INDIANAPOLIS -- Rather than talking about what didn't pass in the 2009 regular session of the Indiana General Assembly, let's talk about some of the bills that did pass. As we wait for the governor to call legislators in for a special session to pass a new state budget, there were 184 bills approved this year (120 from the Indiana House and 64 from the Indiana House and 53 from the state Senate) that are in the final stages of becoming law...
Reality Store was a big success (05/10/09)
To the Editor: As a member of the community, I would like to commend North Clay Middle School, the Clay Business Women's Club and Terre Haute Savings Bank for an outstanding school-community project at the 17th annual Reality Store, that took place for all eighth-graders in the county...
Ellsworth praises updated GI Bill (05/10/09)
To the Editor: Over the last 65 years, the GI Bill has been an American success story, providing millions of our veterans with the chance to go to college and pursue the American Dream. To build on this success, Congress recently updated the GI Bill to address the needs and concerns of today's returning veterans...
Area organization issues thanks (05/10/09)
To the Editor: Habitat for Humanity Clay County would like to thank Riddell National Bank, Terre Haute Savings Bank, Clover Signs and The Brazil Times for their publicity and First Financial Bank for their donations for our annual fish fry, held April 25...
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