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Stories from Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Update: A helping hand (01/19/10)
Band Alumni Night set for Saturday (01/19/10)
Graduation rates continuing to rise (01/19/10)
Recently the Indiana Department of Education (IDOE) released the graduation rates and Clay Community School Corporation (CCSC) was above the state average for the 2008-09 school year. "The corporation achieved 83 percent versus the 81.5 percent for the state overall," Assistant Supt. of Curriculum Kim Tucker said. "Clay City Jr./Sr. High School achieved 94.8 percent and Northview High School achieved 80.9 percent, which is greatly improved from previous years."...
Highlight a special love for Valentine's (01/19/10)
The Brazil Times hopes to celebrate Valentine's Day with the community this year. Those interested in sending photographs of their loved ones are urged to do so. Send in a wedding photo, an engagement photo or any other type of photo. When you do send in the photograph, include names and dates for a special publication in a special Valentine's Day issue, which will appear in The Times Saturday, Feb. 13...
Alleged argument ends in shooting (01/19/10)
Allegations of an argument at a party in southern Clay County and threatening text messages led to shooting incident involving a shotgun in Vigo County Sunday morning. After arrested on an allegation of aggravated battery Monday, Michael Wagle II, 23, Terre Haute, appeared in Vigo County Superior Court Division 3 Tuesday for a probable cause hearing to determine if there was validity for officials to arrest and his continued incarceration at the Vigo County Jail...
Open House, Mini 4-H meeting scheduled (01/19/10)
The Clay County Extension Service will host a 4-H Open House from 10 a.m.-1 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 20. The event will take place in the Clay County 4-H Fairgrounds Exhibit Hall. The event serves as an opportunity for both old and new 4-H'rs and Mini 4-H'rs to ask questions and see some of the projects that are available...
North Clay Middle School Students Most Improved for the third six weeks (01/19/10)
(front row) Brad Ketcham, Derrick Hernandez, Keirsten Mikesell, Blake Baker, Zach Batchelor, Luke Kochvar, Tyler Brown, Samantha Moss, Sarah McQuade, Rebecca Brown, Nikki Matson, Lauren McHargue, Kendall Burt, Courtney Thomas, Mahalie Harris, Jessica Kolesar, Matthew Duncan, Charlotte Pharr, Julie Brannon; (second row) Aaron Sapp, Chandler Downing, Taylor Moore, Haylee Dickison, Cayleigh Shrader, Matt Phegley, Rachael Cather,, Kristen Foster, Faith Wells, Alyssa Yocom, Kurtis Yocom, Hanna Barnett, Gabby Horrall, Amanda Walter, Robert Drury, Robert Walters, Amanda Swenson, Megan Pittman, Tom Powell, Travis Beil, Danielle Head; (third row) Skylar Batchelor, Jordan Bowling, Matthew Greenwell, Lucas Alsip, Logan Mikles, Samantha Coley, Destiny Pfeil, Luke Cowden, Shauna Maesch, Autumn Cotton, Heidi Poe, William Meyer, Chet Sutherlin, Matt McDonald, Chad Keltz, Aaron Walden, Grant Heald, Riley Allen; Not Pictured: McKinley Forster, Garrison Byrd, Zach Drake, Blake Dudley, Cole Martin, Allison Miller, Theresa Johnson, Tyler Rector, Shelby Silvers, Joseph Hayes and Mariana Martinez.. ...
North Clay Middle School Students with All A's for the third six weeks (01/19/10)
(front row) Hanna Barnett, Sydney Jolliff, Ashley Heck, Austin Russell, Seth Payton, Ashley Kidwell,, Pierce Ross, Zach Muncie, Colte Bicking, Tucker Stewart, Minh Tong, Olivia Howald; (second row) Alyssa Yocom, Alexandria Meyer, Taylor Hess, Whitney Halfhill, Abbey Timberman, Shasti Parr, Taylor Walker, Leslie Ringo, Steven Reinoehl, Garrett Wiss, Paige Stevenson, Darci Chambers; (third row) Wyatt Baysinger, Madison McDonald, McKenzi Kumpf, Mykayla Rowan, Zene Colson, Brittany Fagg, Jackson Copper, Kade Carter, Emily Sands, Madison Muncie, Karen Munoz, Rebecca Rudisell, Conner Ringo and Jonathan Burns. ...
Honor Roll (01/19/10)
Jackson Township Elementary First Grade All A's Jaxon Abbott, Kobe Backfish, Hunter Brown, Gabrielle Cayton, Ellie Carter, Hunter Edwards, Marlei Fisher, Keegan Garrison, Jaysen Hilligoss, Hailey Hofmann, Charlotte Koehler, Madysunn Linton, Melanie Miller, Gavin Morris, Caden Opiela, Cannon Talbot, Sarah Woolery, Osiris Zaldivar,...
Dean's Lists (01/19/10)
Wabash College Dean Gary Phillips has announced that two Spencer area students are on the Dean's List for the fall 2009 semester. Robert Chase Haltom, a senior, son of Mr. and Mrs. Renos Haltom, 1200 Wallace Junction Road, Quincy. Clinton Brandt Warner, a freshman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman C. Warner III, 4842 Autumn Hills Drive, Spencer...
Property tax caps heading to Indiana voters for decision (01/19/10)
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- State legislators approved a proposal Tuesday that could put property tax limits into Indiana's constitution. Voters will have their say in November. The state Senate voted 35-15 without debate Tuesday to send the issue to a voter referendum, the last phase in a process started after what many called a property tax crisis in 2007. ...
Eels down Cougars at the free throw line (01/19/10)
Times Staff Report ELNORA -- Hitting your free throws is key in a close game and the Clay City Eels did just that on Monday night, knocking down 15-of-17 in the fourth quarter to win 48-40 over North Daviess. The Clay City girls got 20 points from Brielle Drelick, who hit 12-of-18 from the line by herself and the Eels hit 21-of-28 as a team in the game...
North Clay girls open season with wins over Clovers (01/19/10)
Times Staff Report The North Clay Middle School eighth-grade girls' basketball team opened its season Monday with a 32-12 victory over Cloverdale. For the Knights, Karlie Atkinson led the way with eight points while Lindsay Potter, Emily Pollard and Lorrie LaTourette each had four...
Local college athletes in the thick of conference play (01/19/10)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor The collegiate basketball season has reached the mid-point as the calendars have switched to 2010 and most teams are in the thick of conference play, which is typically a whole different animal than the early season slate...
Russell A. "Rusty" Taylor (01/19/10)
Russell A. "Rusty" Taylor, 35, Center Point, died Jan. 17, 2010, at 2:45 a.m., following an automobile accident. He was born Feb. 13, 1974, in Brazil, the son of Norman Taylor, Sr. and Sarah Jane Pinkerton Taylor. He graduated from Clay City High School. He began working in the lumber business at R. Booe & Sons Hardwood in Clay City, and currently had his own business, TNT Timber, and worked as a tree cutter...
Timothy S. Wedgeworth Jr. (01/19/10)
Timothy and Billie Wedgeworth are proud to announce the birth of their son, Timothy S. Wedgeworth Jr. He was born on Dec. 28, 2009, at Community Hospital East. He weighed 8 pounds, 8 ounces and was 21 inches long. Proud grandparents are Lora Kay and Ronnie Wedgeworth, Betty Bullock and Bill Fairchild; along with Uncle Brock and Michael Wedgeworth and Aunt Tammy Fairchild, and cousin Tyler Hernandez...
Emily Elizabeth Head (01/19/10)
A.C. and Alexia Head are proud to announce the birth of their sister, Emily Elizabeth Head. Emily was born on Sept. 30, 2009, at 3:15 p.m., at Union Hospital, Terre Haute. She weighed 7 pounds, 4 ounces and was 21 inches long. Proud parents are Albert Jr. and Jennifer Head...
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