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Stories from Friday, September 18, 2009

Non-profit organizations benefit from 'Hoedown' (09/18/09)
Open burning not safer in county (09/18/09)
As the air begins to cool and the leaves change color, another aspect of the fall season comes into play -- open burning. "October is the start of brush fire season," Clay County Emergency Management Director and Lewis Volunteer Fire Department Captain Bryan Husband said. "While there is not an official county ordinance regulating open burning, residents in the county are still subject to the state ordinance."...
Distinguished royalty (09/18/09)
Carli Coughanowr was crowned the 2009 Northview High School Homecoming Queen Friday prior to the Knights' football contest against the Owen Valley Patriots. Carli is the daughter of John and Lisa Coughanowr. She was escorted by classmate Brock Potter. For more images from Northview's Homecoming festivities, see page 2. Jason Moon Photo...
Student artwork to be displayed at YMCA (09/18/09)
Teachers are continuously looking for ways to recognize students for their hard work, and the Clay Community Schools Elementary art teachers have accomplished it. "We've all been looking for a place to display the students artwork in public," Forest Park Elementary and Jackson Township Elementary teacher Traci Miller said. "We wanted a place that was accessible and visible for parents and children."...
Homecoming hoopla (09/18/09)
Northview High School students and fans came decked out Friday night, ready to watch the festivities, Knights' football game against Owen Valley and to celebrate the school's 2009 Fall Homecoming Jason Moon Photo. --- The Northview Knights' football team runs out to the field during the pre-game festivities Friday night prior to their 2009 Homecoming game against Owen Valley. Jason Moon Photo...
$10,000 shot (09/18/09)
Steve McNabb (left), Brazil, surprised himself Friday afternoon at Forest Park Golf Course by sinking a hole-in-one during the Clay County Chamber of Commerce Annual Golf Scramble. McNabb said it was his first ever hole-in-one, and it came on Hole No. ...
Crossroads Brass set to perform (09/18/09)
TERRE HAUTE -- The Crossroads Brass, currently Artists in Residence at St. Mary-of-the-Woods College, will perform in recital at 3 p.m., Sunday, Sept. 27, in the Cecilian Auditorium at the college. The Crossroads Brass performs for a number of events in the Wabash Valley, including weddings, fundraisers, dinners and graduation ceremonies at Ivy Tech, Rose-Hulman and SMWC...
Foundation sponsoring essay contest (09/18/09)
One of the primary goals of the Indiana Women's Education Foundation, Inc., formerly Indiana BPW Foundation, and especially the Conni Richards Youth Fund, is to have teens take a proactive role with regard to their futures. The foundation is sponsoring an essay project for eighth-grade students...
First Church of the Nazarene (09/18/09)
Adam's Voice are Christian music artists. The focus of their ministry is to attest to the power of God through worship, inviting Him in to change lives. Woven into their repertoire of the familiar are original songs resonating with scripture, written from personal testimony inspired by real-life circumstances. Their music spans a wide range of styles, as they endeavor to reach all age group...
CHURCH NEWS (09/18/09)
Eastside Christian Church Eastside Christian Church was the scene of our seventh annual luncheon for our local responders. The fire, police and sheriff departments were well represented. Those in attendance were Michael Heaton, Rob Gambill, Missy Gambill, Jeff Maynard, John Tilley, Brad Hardy, Dave Archer, Mark Lowdermilk, Roy Kellar and Jeremy Mace. Lee Reberger, Mayor Ann Bradshaw and Debbie Pierce were also present...
Knights continue to roll with Homecoming win over Patriots (09/18/09)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor With one of the top scoring offenses in the state hitting the field for round five of the football season, the Northview Knights got plenty of scoring help from its defense as well. With Homecoming as the backdrop and with a dance getting underway inside the school, how fitting that the Knights kept their WIC swagger by drilling the visiting Owen Valley Patriots with a 48-8 decision...
Clay City picks up conference volleyball win (09/18/09)
Staff Report CLAY CITY -- The Clay City volleyball team picked a conference victory over Bloomfield on Thursday evening, 28-18, 25-16, 19-25, 25-15. The Eels got three points, six digs, 24 assists, 10 kills and three blocks in an all-around effort. Lynsey Higgins came up with a team-high 12 kills with seven digs, seven points, three aces and five blocks and Brielle Drelick contributed four digs and seven kills. ...
Northview golfers gunning for regional bid (09/18/09)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor The Northview girls' golf program has a history of success that includes nine consecutive regional berths and five sectional championships over the past nine seasons. Today at Forest Park Golf Course, the Knights are seeking a 10th straight trip to the regional when the team takes on nine other teams with the lowest three scores advancing to the Martinsville Regional at Foxcliff Golf Course next weekend along with the lowest three individuals not on an advancing team.. ...
FINAL SCORE: Knights drop Owen Valley on Homecoming (09/18/09)
The Northview Knights football team has defeated the Owen Valley Patriots, 48-8, to cap off Homecoming week. The victory pushes the Knights' record to 4-1 overall, and 3-0 in Western Indiana Conference play. A full article will be posted on this site as soon as it becomes available...
PUBLIC RECORD 9-19-09 (09/18/09)
Clay County Courthouse The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse Sept. 14-18: Clay Superior Court -- Civil Discover Bank Vs. Mark W. Thomas: Civil Collections Lance Hoopingarner Vs. Arriel Hoopingarner: Domestic Relations First Financial bank Vs. David R. Watts, Teresa L. Watts, Matt Torbert, Paul Torbert, MaryAnn S. Wheeler, City Capital Markets Corporation and Discover Bank: Mortgage Foreclosure...
Staunton Scene (09/18/09)
Staunton First Christian Church Sunday School begins at 9:30 a.m., with worship service following at 10:30. Doug Parkey is the minister. If you need transportation to morning worship service, please phone the church office at 446-3211. The bus is wheel-chair equipped...
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