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Stories from Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Double fatality on I-70 (09/02/09)
PUTNAM COUNTY -- Autopsies were in the process of being conducted on two accident victims Wednesday morning. The autopsies were being conducted by Dr. Roland Kohr at Terre Haute Regional Hospital. Indiana State Police and others responded to the double fatality at approximately 8:22 a.m...
Big cuts made in hearings' second day (09/02/09)
On the second day of budget hearings, the Clay County Council spent Wednesday focused on keeping the county's head above water. Due to investment returns falling flat in recent months, incoming revenue has become limited in a few funds, creating the need to make major cuts...
Rail study update presented to commissioners (09/02/09)
More is being learned about what needs to be done at the Chinook Mine area to prepare it for possible development. In a special meeting Monday, Hannum, Wagle and Cline Engineering Professional Engineer Brian Pohlar provided an update to the Clay County Commissioners about the current status of the Chinook Mine Rail Analysis...
Donation! (09/02/09)
Walmart recently donated $500 to Habitat for Humanity Clay County. On hand for the donation included (from left) Habitat for Humanity Clay County representatives Cheryl Steuerwald and Rogene Morge and Walmart Assistant Manager Jacque Herfel. Jason Moon Photo...
Area hospital, web service reach agreement (09/02/09)
TERRE HAUTE -- On Tuesday, Union Hospital announced it had set up a partnership with CaringBridge, a nonprofit web service that connects families and friends when someone is facing a serious medical condition, treatment or are in recovery. A CaringBridge website provides a place for users to post journal entries and photos, and receive messages of hope and encouragement in a guestbook...
WVGS to present special program (09/02/09)
TERRE HAUTE -- The Wabash Valley Genealogy Society presents "Valley Coal Mines and Miner's Records," from 6:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m., on Monday, Sept. 14. The program is free and open to the public and will take place at the Vigo County Public Library. Cinda Ann May is the guest speaker...
37th Oktoberfest scheduled (09/02/09)
TERRE HAUTE -- The 37th Oktoberfest, sponsored by the German Oberlandler Club of Terre Haute, will take place Sept. 17-19. Hours are 11 a.m.-midnight, Thursday, Sept. 17, and Friday, Sept. 18, and 4 p.m.-midnight, Saturday, Sept. 19. Admission is free...
YMCA hosting first youth dance of school year (09/02/09)
The YMCA of Clay County will conduct its first youth dance of the school year Friday, Sept. 11. The event is for students in grades sixth-, seventh- and eighth-grade. The dance will begin at 8 p.m., and will conclude at 11 p.m. Cost is $5 per person. Youth interested in attending must bring school identification to verify grade level...
Accident results in fatalities (09/02/09)
PUTNAM COUNTY -- A two-vehicle crash resulted in two deaths on Interstate-70 Wednesday morning. Officials were dispatched to the Clay-Putnam County Line at approximately 8:18 a.m. for the accident. According to Indiana State Police Public Information Officer/Recruiter Sgt. Joe Watts, it was reported a white Pontiac Grand Prix -- with an Ohio license plate -- was traveling eastbound on I-70 at a high rate of speed...
Community Notes (09/02/09)
The following is a list of upcoming events provided to The Brazil Times: Trash Pickup The City of Brazil has announced one more heavy trash pickup day for 2009. The date will take place Friday, Oct. 16. Call in advance at 448-8501 or 443-2221. There will be a new program starting in 2010...
Two-minute outburst propels Danville past Knights (09/02/09)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor The Northview Knights lost a lot of experienced soccer players after last season and while there is youthful talent on this year's squad, the margin of error isn't very big. On Wednesday, the Knights played Danville to a scoreless deadlock over the first half, but it took just a two-minute lapse for the Warriors to ring up a pair of goals in a 2-0 win against the Knights...
Knights win over potential sectional foe (09/02/09)
Staff Report The Northview tennis team got a look at a possible sectional opponent as Linton came to visit on Wednesday evening. The Knights came away with a 4-1 confidence-building win against the Miners. "This was a great win against a sectional opponent," coach Mark Orr said. "Linton is a very good team. (Caleb) Mershon started a little slow winning 6-4, but then he stepped up and put his guy away. His last four serves were unbelievably hard."...
Northview falls on the road to Pioneers (09/02/09)
Staff Report MOORESVILLE -- The Northview boys' tennis team dropped to 0-7 this season with a 6-0 loss on the road to Mooresville. Jacob Booker got his first start in goal for the Knights and made 18 saves in net and stopped a Pioneer penalty kick. Josh Lynch had seven shots on goal for the Knights, but wasn't able to dent the scoreboard. Seven other North-view players had shots on goal in the contest. Nick Ross and James Bryan each had five steals and Mooresville outshot the Knights, 32-22...
Northview cross country second at North Central (09/02/09)
Staff Report FARMERSBURG -- The Northview Knights came up with a pair of second-place finishes to Terre Haute South in a Tuesday meet at Farmersburg. The North-view boys scored 53 points to finish behind the Braves' 20 and ahead of the host Thunderbirds' 63...
PUBLIC RECORD 9-03-09 (09/02/09)
Clay County Courthouse The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse Aug. 31- Sept. 2: Clay Superior Court -- Civil CACH, LLC Vs. Harry E. Dickison Sr.: Civil Collections Jennifer A. Lucas Vs. Shawn E. Lucas: Domestic Relations...
Harmony Happenings (09/02/09)
Clay County Retired Teachers will have their fall meeting in October. The exact date will be decided when the officers have their planning session on Sept. 14. They will meet at Forest Park Elementary. All retired teachers are invited to join the group at the October meeting. We are thinking about another chili supper. That was a big hit last time. More information will be available after the Sept. 14...
Brazil Buzz (09/02/09)
Today, this last Sunday in August, Tootie Mae and I are home alone. The little blue house at the end of the road is pleasantly cool inside, naturally. The air conditioners and ceiling fans are not humming. My lovable little foot long "weenie" dog is sprawled out on the loveseat watching me. Her head and one front paw are resting on the remainder of a rawhide bone. Toot knows far better how to relax than I do...
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