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Stories from Wednesday, September 30, 2009

City will soon receive new water meters (09/30/09)
The City of Brazil is moving forward in its effort to improve its water system. With an aging meter system, the city saw the need to upgrade not only the meters, but better the efficiency in checking them. "The new meters will be able to be checked through a remote sensor," Brazil Assistant Supervisor of Water Distribution Stoney Lalen said about the Mobile Automatic Meter Reading system. ...
County, CCSC applying for disaster funds (09/30/09)
Clay County and the Clay Community School Corporation are attempting to recover some of the funds expended following the flood of June 6, 2008. On Monday, both entities conducted public hearings regarding applications for reimbursements of money used to make damage repairs after the flood...
A new beginning (09/30/09)
Parents, teachers and students gathered at Meridian Elementary in celebration of the groundbreaking ceremonies Wednesday. Sitting in the location, which will be its new playground in two years, students cheered when they were told about their new gym. Participants included (from left) Bryce Taylor, Jayden Guerrero, Braden Kruse, Jamie Eaglin, Caleb Alstott, Stuart Bennett, Cameron Pund, Lillie Maesch, Cierra Osborn, Brody Bell, Alexa Tillman and Cody Swearingen. Kimberly Gleason Photo...
One arrested so far for damage to cornfield (09/30/09)
A Pendleton, Ind., man remains in jail for his alleged involvement in a criminal mischief incident that destroyed a large portion of a cornfield in rural Clay County early Sunday morning. Justin Waldridge, 29, was arrested early Sunday morning for driving an all-terrain vehicle (ATV) in a cornfield located just off State Road 42 near the intersection of North County Road 475 East. ...
Warrant arrest made for meth charges (09/30/09)
A rural Clay County man was recently arrested on a warrant for allegations of operating a methamphetamine lab and dealing meth in an undisclosed area near Saline City. According to information provided by the Clay County Justice Center, Norman E. Taylor Jr., 40, Center Point, was booked into the facility Saturday on an allegation of meth dealing...
Digging for a new tommorrow (09/30/09)
Groundbreaking ceremonies took place at Staunton Elementary Wednesday, signaling the beginning of the elementary building renovation. Participants in the activities included (from left), Parent Club Members Meredith Harrison, Holly Rindone, Darada Allen, Principal Sheryl Jordan, Student Council Members Skylar Thompson, Emily Johnson, Brittany Nesting, Sydney Edwards, Aimee Treash and Drew Lumsdon. Kimberly Gleason Photo...
Brazil Buzz (09/30/09)
Autumn abounds in things to delight the senses and spirit. Trees flaunt a lavishness of color. Fruit ripens and mellows for the eating. The harvest of the year's endeavors has come. The coolness of air points to hearthside, holiday, and gathering of friends. It is a time to enjoy and share the abundance that is ours...
Crimson Cross (09/30/09)
The Little Historic Church of Carbon first Friday service, is Oct. 2. A pitch-in dinner will begin at 6 p.m. Crimson Cross, Paris, Ill. will provide the evening entertainment at 7 p.m. Come enjoy an evening of fellowship and entertainment. Everyone is invited to attend...
Knights cap regular season with WIC victory (09/30/09)
Staff Report SULLIVAN -- The Northview boys' soccer team wrapped up the regular season with a Western Indiana Conference win on the road at Sullivan, 2-0. Northview peppered the Arrows' net in the first half, recording 20 shots on goal, but were unable to dent the scoreboard. However, a stingy defense allowed Sullivan less than 10 minutes in the Northview defensive zone. The Arrows got off eight shots on the Northview goal in the first 40 minutes of action...
Knights battle past Miners in sectional tennis opener (09/30/09)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor The Northview boys' tennis team made the first step towards picking up its fourth straight sectional championship by defeating a scrappy Linton squad 3-2. "I think everybody thought this was going to be easy because we beat them 4-1 in the regular season, but I knew playing (Linton) straight up was going to be tough," Northview coach Mark Orr. ...
Northview freshmen volleyball falls at Southmont Tourney (09/30/09)
Staff Report The Northview freshman volleyball team lost several games over the weekend at the Southmont Tournament. The Knights opened against Southmont and fell in three games, 23-25, 25-17, 9-15. Sydney Pursell had seven kills and a block in the match with Taylor Dickison adding 11 points to go with 12 points from Haley Leach. Courtney Maccarone added 11 assists...
Clay City takes bite out of Wildcats (09/30/09)
Staff Report CLINTON -- The Clay City Eels posted a three-game win against South Vermillion on the road Tuesday evening, 26-24, 25-23, 25-11. The win improves the Eels to 11-5 overall this season. Kelly McCullough had eight points, two aces, 19 assists, five kills and a pair of blocks while Lynsey Higgins added seven points, nine kills, three aces and three digs in the victory. ...
Buckeyes driving in for Saturday's game vs. Indiana (09/30/09)
BUCKEYES BUZZ: Shortly after the Buckeyes dispatched Illinois 30-0 on Saturday, a soaked Jim Tressel spoke with reporters. After the usual stuff about the second straight shutout, the offensive line's play and a couple of his decisions during the game, he said, "But our guys love a challenge, and they know the next one is a night game on the road, hotel an hour and a half from the game."...
Freeney not ruling himself out Sunday (09/30/09)
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- Dwight Freeney walked in and out of the Colts locker room with no detectable limp and no crutches Wednesday. It's a long way from competing on game day. Indy's best pass-rushing end told reporters he hopes to recover quickly enough from a strained right quadriceps to play Sunday against Seattle even though that appears unlikely...
Louis H. Barbin (09/30/09)
Louis H. Barbin, 92, Brazil, passed away at 11:45 p.m., Sept. 29, 2009, at Exceptional Living Center of Brazil, following an extended illness. He was born April 24, 1917, in Pittsburgh, Pa. to Louis and Amelia (Huegle) Barbin. Louis served his country in the United States Army during World War II. ...
Harmony Happenings (09/30/09)
The Food Share Program at First Christian Church needs volunteers. Two of the current helpers have some health concerns and have difficulty unloading the trucks. Please donate an hour or two of your time if possible. Those interested should contact Sharon (Paver) Crawford at 442-1061. Thanks...
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