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Stories from Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Chinook rail line needs a lot of work (03/17/10)
Getting the rail going again at the former Chinook mine will not be an easy, or cheap, task. On Monday, the Clay County Commissioners met to receive a final update on the Chinook Mine Rail Study, which began in April 2009. Hannum, Wagle and Cline Engineering, Terre Haute, Professional Engineer Brian Pohlar presented the update, which included analysis of the rail and drainage, along with recommendations for repairs and upgrades...
Banquet full of honors (03/17/10)
Parents, students, faculty and staff entered O'Shaughnessy Hall at on Saint Mary-of-the-Woods, Tuesday in anticipation of the 25th Northview High School Academic Honors Banquet. National Honor Society President Lauren Reberger began the evening by welcoming those in attendance and National Honor Society Vice President Hannah Pond delivered the Invocation...
Northview Academic Awards (03/17/10)
Northview High School seniors honored for accumulating GPAs of 3.5 or above during the school's annual Academic Honors Banquet Tuesday included Robert W. Biggs, Jonathan W. Bradshaw, Allison M. Brown, Carli A. Coughanowr, Breanna J. Fagg, Leah A. Garvin, Matthew T. ...
Meth suspect back in jail (03/17/10)
A suspect allegedly involved in the discovery of a clandestine meth lab during a traffic stop is back in jail. James Lofland, 40, Terre Haute, was taken into custody Friday on an outstanding arrest warrant for petition to revoke probation filed in the summer 2009 incident...
North Clay, Clay City rate high in competition (03/17/10)
It was a busy weekend for county winter guards and percussion units. The North Clay Middle School Cadet Corp competed in the Indiana High School Color Guard Association (IHSCGA) Divisional Finals at Center Grove High School, coming away with a Gold rating...
Ivy Tech approved to offer new degree (03/17/10)
INDIANAPOLIS -- The Indiana Commission for Higher Education (CHE) has granted approval for Ivy Tech Community College to offer a new Associate Science in Engineering Technology. The new program will be offered at Ivy Tech's campuses in South Bend, Kokomo, Muncie, Richmond, Columbus, Evansville and Bloomington. The degree will provide students with technical skills and knowledge necessary for employment in engineering technology industries...
Wabash Valley Wrestling Club finishes freestyle season strong (03/17/10)
Times Staff Report The Wabash Valley Wrestling Club finished up its Folkstyle season over the last two weekends with three members earning all-state honors. Justin Sampson placed eighth in the Cadet 285-pound division while Jacob Hendrich finished fifth in the Novice 100-pound division and Larry Shaffer was the state runner-up in the Cadet 160-pound class...
Charles Raymond Chumley Jr. (03/17/10)
Charles Raymond Chumley Jr., 30, Brazil, passed away Dec. 9, 2009. He was born Oct. 9, 1979, to Charles and Virginia Chumley. He was attending Ivy Tech Community College, where he was working on earning his business degree. Survivors include his parents, his wife Jennifer Calandrilla Chumley, stepson Zackery Calandrilla, brother Michael Chumley and wife Jennifer, nieces Alixandrea and Haylee Chumley, grandparents Albert and Clara Eggers and Judy Chumley, aunts, uncles and several cousins...
Dennis James Hardy (03/17/10)
Dennis James Hardy, 49, Brazil, died unexpectedly March 11, 2010, at his residence. At his request, cremation services were scheduled. A memorial service will take place at the Apostolic Church of Jesus Christ, 2168 W. State Road 340, Brazil, Saturday, from 1-3 p.m., with Stoney Lalen officiating. To light a candle in his memory, visit www.frenchfuneralhome.com...
Harmony Happenings (03/17/10)
Oops! Something happened on the way to the Times. I did write the Harmony Happenings and did send it in on time last week. The one I wrote for Thursday must be out there in cyberspace somewhere. What you got last week was just like TV. It was a rerun from an earlier episode. My apologies...
Brazil Buzz (03/17/10)
Last week I wasn't feeling well. The death off my former son-in- law, Bruce Cory and a myriad of other events and issues brought me down low. This week there is much to do. I will not have time to worry so much. If that old sun makes an appearance, I will be smiling, ear-to-ear...
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