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Stories from Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Steuerwald guilty on three drug charges (06/03/09)
After three and a half hours of deliberation, a 12-member jury returned a guilty verdict in the trial against a Clay City man Wednesday. During the two-day trial, Clay County Trial Deputy Chou-Il Lee and Prosecutor Lee Reberger had the "strict and heavy burden" of presenting the State's evidence and allegations against Timothy Steuerwald...
Board trips up skaters (06/03/09)
The future location of the proposed Clay Community Skatepark remains at a standstill. Members of the community packed Brazil City Hall to express their interest to the Brazil City Parks Board about the location. Those in attendance who spoke were in favor of a skatepark in Brazil, but many had different opinions as to the location, which included Forest Park, various city properties and the proposed location in Craig Park...
Early preparation (06/03/09)
The Motivation and Character Committees at Meridian Elementary spent Wednesday afternoon reviewing guidelines for next year to propose to the staff in the fall. Committee members pictured are (from left) Elaine Clarke, Christy Stevenson, Linda Grove, Katie Sims, Wendy Kreiger and Lana Hendrix. Kimberly Gleason Photo...
Strawberries! (06/03/09)
Residents with a special sweet tooth for strawberries have plenty to look forward to Friday. Christmas In The Park will conduct its third Strawberry Festival on the Clay County Courthouse lawn, from 11 a.m.-7 p.m. "Or until we run out," Christmas In The Park Board President Linda Ray said...
Employees take action to catch alleged theives (06/03/09)
The staff of one Clay County convenience store took action and helped track down alleged thieves. Indiana State Police Trooper William E. Brown had a little help when he arrested Jason Levesque, 22, and Catherine Robertson, 23, both from Bloomington, on preliminary theft charges Sunday evening...
Public input sought for plan to improve transportation (06/03/09)
With the status of stimulus funding still a question mark, officials are looking at ways to improve Clay County's transportation system. On Monday, representatives from the West Central Indiana Economic Development District (WCIEDD), Terre Haute, conducted a meeting to gather public input regarding the status of roads in Clay County...
White Knuckle Ride Saturday (06/03/09)
Need plans for Saturday afternoon? The White Knuckle Ride is scheduled to begin at noon, with registration from 11 a.m.- noon at the Eagles Lodge, located at 122 E. National Ave. Brazil. The ride will end around 6 p.m. Though the event is primarily for motorcycles, patrons are still encouraged to attend and drive a car if they do not want to ride...
Reunions (06/03/09)
The Cory High School Alumni Association held their 100th celebration at the Perry Township firehouse on May 9, 2008. The school colors of Black and Gold were used to decorate the tables and baskets of Apples were given as door prizes. A social hour preceded our meal and meeting...
Clay County volleyball players headed to Junior Olympics (06/03/09)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor The Terre Haute-based 13 Red Cyclones volleyball team comprised of athletes from Vigo and Clay Counties recently qualified to compete in the Junior Olympics in Miami, FL from June 26-30. The club team, that is part of the Crossroads of America program, includes North Clay seventh-graders, Audrey Clark and Shelbi Morris and sixth-graders McKenzi Kumpf and Whitney Halfhill...
Bryant focused on fourth title (06/03/09)
By TOM WITHERS AP Sports Writer LOS ANGELES -- His smile has vanished, replaced by something closer to a scowl. His days of joking around are seemingly on hold. Kobe Bryant has gotten deadly serious. He has that look, you've seen the one. It's the cold-blooded, get-out-of-my-way-or-pay glare he'll shoot at a teammate who messes up or an opponent who dares to try and stop him...
Spc. Nathan Bradley Haring (06/03/09)
Spc. Nathan Bradley Haring, 25, stationed in Honolulu, Hawaii, and a resident of Brazil, passed away May 29, 2009. He was born Feb. 14, 1984, to Tod Haring and Dawn Lewicki. He graduated from Northview High School with the class of 2002. He joined the United States Army when he was a senior in high school and attended Boot Camp at Fort Benning, Ga...
Pamela Maureen Batchelor (06/03/09)
Pamela Maureen Batchelor, 50, Brazil, passed away unexpectedly June 2, 2009, at 10 p.m. She was born Aug. 2, 1958, in Gary, Ind., to Allen and Betty (Shannon) Garnett. She graduated from Hobart High School. Following high school she began working as a medical transcriptionist. ...
PUBLIC RECORD 6-4-09 (06/03/09)
Clay County Courthouse The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse June 1-3: Clay Superior Court -- Civil CACH, LLC of Colorado Vs. Beverly Lawson: Civil Collections GE Money Bank Vs. Linsey Yeryar: Civil Collections David L. Owens Vs. Esther L. Owens: Domestic Relations...
Brazil Buzz (06/03/09)
Mother Nature is being kind to us this last day of the month of May. An abundance of sunshine and a cool gentle breeze sure feels nice this morning. I could live with this a while. However, I heard more rain is in the forecast for the week ahead. The field next-door to our property has been planted in corn this time around. The seed corn germinated, quickly. The emergence of the tender green sprouts from beneath the rich topsoil is a sight to behold!...
Harmony Happenings (06/03/09)
Jack Brammer met with some Van Buren Classmates at Chaney's last Thursday. Our lunch lasted over four hours. Nancy and Chuck Ploch, Patty Herbert, and I enjoyed hearing about Jack's cross county ride to remember the POW/MIA's. They traveled from Los Angeles to Washinton, D.C. Sometimes the motorcycles and other vehicles covered a 5-mile stretch. Jack said they were met with dinners and crowds all along the way. It was good to know that the people were remembering and caring...
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