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Stories from Monday, January 18, 2010

Center Point man dies in accident (01/18/10)
Expansion (01/18/10)
Brazil and Clay County may just be the spark of an economic turnaround. On Monday, representatives from Thompson Thrift Construction, Terre Haute, helped announce the expansion of Morris Manufacturing, Brazil, which could create a large number of additional jobs...
NHS student injured in Monday morning accident (01/18/10)
A 17-year-old Northview High School student escaped serious injury following a single-vehicle accident Monday morning. At approximately 8:10 a.m., officials were dispatched to Kennedy's Crossing Road for a single-vehicle accident with entrapment. Upon arrival, officials discovered Stephanie Bechtel, Brazil, inside her vehicle, which was off the road next to a telephone pole...
Bus Barn location still in limbo (01/18/10)
The Clay Community School Corporation transportation department is still looking for a place to park. In a 4-3 vote, the Clay Community School Board of Trustees voted not to continue with the option of keeping the bus garage at its current location...
Pancakes! (01/18/10)
House of Hope, 5525 W. United States 40, Brazil, will conduct an all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast, from 8 a.m.-noon, Saturday, Feb. 27. All proceeds from the event will go toward the general needs of the ministry. A brief tour and explanation of the program will be available by staff...
Homecoming fever! (01/18/10)
The 2010 Northview High School Winter Homecoming Court includes (front, from left) court members Caitlyn Mager, Hillary Thomas, queen candidates Tricia Junker, Kaylee Edington, Chloe Burdette, Chelsea Sears, Emily Phillips, Hannah Pond, court members Megan Brunette, Jessie Timberman and Emily Dickison. ...
Hectic Monday results in slew of arrests (01/18/10)
Deputies of the Clay County Sheriff's Department had a hectic early Monday morning, arresting a Brazil man for drug allegations after failing to stop for a traffic stop and, in a separate incident, arresting three young men for allegedly attempting to steal a dirt bike...
LEPC announces yearly meetings (01/18/10)
The Clay County Local Emergency Planning Committee has scheduled the following dates for meetings in 2010: Feb. 16, May 18, Aug. 17, and Nov. 16. CCLEPC will schedule its annual exercise for October, with the type of exercise and chemical event to be determined...
Census Bureau accepting applications for positions (01/18/10)
The United States Census has begun a targeted effort in southern Indiana to recruit workers to take the census next spring. Census takers (also known as enumerators) are hired to make sure southern Indiana cities, towns and counties are represented as accurately as possible...
Agency set for 'United Day for United Way' (01/18/10)
TERRE HAUTE -- United Way Campaign Co-Chairs Gary Morris and Marla Flowers, along with Board President Rick Burger and Executive Director Troy Fears, will be on the roof of Baesler's Market again this year for "United Day for United Way" Friday, Jan. 22...
Honor Rolls (01/18/10)
Cornerstone Christian Academy First grade All A's Kaleb Brown, Daniel Gugino, Josh Heaton, Bella Marshall, Carter Mullenix , Jacob Redenbarger, Ashlyn Siples, Levi Taylor, Amelia Walker, Caleb Witte All A's and B's Lexi Lutes, Dylan McCain, Logan Taylor, Olivia Williams...
Catholic Charities joins weight loss challenge (01/18/10)
TERRE HAUTE -- The Pound for Pound Challenge is an initiative of the Biggest Loser, Eat Better America, General Mills, Subway and 24 Hour Fitness to encourage Americans to "Lose Nationally, Feed Locally." For every pound of weight loss pledged to Terre Haute Catholic Charities Food Bank, the Pound for Pound Challenge will contribute 14 cents to the local food bank...
Knights can't overcome slow start in Mooresville (01/18/10)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor MOORESVILLE -- When Northview hit the road Saturday night for its second game in as many nights, it didn't take long for the first ominous note to sound in Mooresville's gymnasium. The Pioneers were getting to the hoop in transition fairly easily off turnovers and built an early lead and then the Knights' Caleb Mershon was upended on the defensive end and landed hard on his side. ...
Knights have three winners at Sullivan (01/18/10)
Times Staff Report SULLIVAN -- The Northview Knights had three individual champions at Saturday's Sullivan Winter Duals and the team won four of its five dual matches. Skyler Hall was a winner at 112 pounds, Larry Shaffer won at 152 pounds and the Knights' Brandon Pleake was the 189-pound winner...
Eels drop road contest with Turkey Run Warriors (01/18/10)
Times Staff Report MARSHALL -- The Clay City Eels' struggles continued on Saturday evening with a 55-38 loss to Turkey Run. The loss was Clay City's eighth-consecutive defeat this season. Turkey Run outscored the Eels in each of the four quarters as Clay City struggled to get find any sort of offensive rhythm while hitting just 32 percent (14-of-44) from the field...
North Clay 8th-grade falls in WIC tourney (01/18/10)
Times Staff Report NASHVILLE -- The North Clay eighth-grade basketball team lost a hard fought contest in the opening round of the Western Indiana Conference tourney at Brown County on Saturday. The see-saw affair went to Sullivan, 39-36, as Payton Santus' shot banked as time expired for the Arrows...
Zumbathon event a success (01/18/10)
To the Editor: The Zumbathon for Habitat for Humanity of Clay County (Jan. 9) was a great success. We appreciate all participants and their contributions. A special thank you is extended to the YMCA for providing the Community Room for the event. The instructors for the event, Mara Mayle and Carissa Clarke, donated their time and energy...
State Treasurer provides reminder (01/18/10)
To the Editor: A few times each year, the Treasurer of State's Office receives a letter from an attorney or a probate court containing court documents and a check made payable to the State of Indiana. While it is certainly not unusual for my office to receive checks made out to the state, in these instances, sadly, it's because a fellow Hoosier has passed away without a will and no heir could be found...
Program needs pop cans, tabs (01/18/10)
To the Editor: Am I embarrassed asking for cans? No, far from it. And too, if I pick up beer cans, it's confidential where they came from. We appreciate the fact that you are helping feed our "Rice for Haiti Children" program. Also, be assured that all monies collected goes for the rice as our church buys the extra large plastic bags we transport the cans in, and the gas is furnished for the truck and the truck hauls free...
Optimist club project was success (01/18/10)
To the Editor: The Clay County Breakfast Optimist Club members wish to thank everyone who donated money, helped with collections and shopped for our Clothe-A-Child project. Through all efforts, we were able to purchase clothing for 131 kids. We thank Walmart management and their employees for their assistance. Also, we wish to thank everyone who supported our poinsettia sales...
Reader thankful for kindness (01/18/10)
To the Editor: In this world with its turmoil and strife, there are many blessings to be thankful for. This morning, a young man in his vehicle with a small plow on the front, came through the roadway behind our homes. As he was exiting onto Pinckley Street, he saw me putting the cat out. He stopped and with shovel in hand, began shoveling my stairs and walkway...
Grateful for opportunity (01/18/10)
To the Editor: To Clay County School Corporation: Although I am now retired from this corporation, I wanted to extend a "thank you" for hiring me as a staff member for the past several years. It has meant a great deal to me to be a part of this school system and my gratitude cannot be expressed by mere words...
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