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Stories from Friday, September 3, 2010

Every second counts (09/03/10)
Coordinator explains importance of 911 addresses In times of emergency, every second counts. This is why local residents are urged to make sure their 911 addresses are properly displayed so emergency response personnel can see them...
Bayou background (09/03/10)
Local restauranteur brings influence of Cajun Country to Clay County There's a little bit of Cajun spice in Clay County these days. "Born on the bayou" in the heart of Cajun Country, Gina Crooks grew up in a large cypress swamp area called the Atchafalaya Basin in Patterson, La. ...
StreetFest plans nearly complete (09/03/10)
Plans for the second Brazil Main Street, Inc., StreetFest are nearly complete. The event is scheduled to take place Friday and Saturday, Sept. 17-18, at the Brazil National Guard Armory. "We're in good shape," organization vice president Tony Harper said Thursday. "I think everything will come together."...
Woman arrested on various drug charges (09/03/10)
Hamblen had pled guilty in separate incidents the day before In an unusual twist of events, a local woman, who called to complain to the authorities herself, was recently arrested instead on various drug-related charges. According to Indiana State Police officials, Misty L. Hamblen, 45, Center Point, was taken into custody while attempting to report a trespassing complaint at an undisclosed location Thursday morning...
Poland man receives 50-year prison sentence (09/03/10)
GREENCASTLE -- A Poland man was handed a 50-year prison sentence Thursday in Putnam County Circuit Court. Kenneth M. Carson Sr., 52, was convicted on two counts of class A felony child molesting. Judge Matthew Headley sentenced Carson to 50 years at the Indiana Department of Correction with 35 years executed...
Brazil man arrested for trafficking with an inmate (09/03/10)
PUTNAMVILLE -- A Brazil man was recently charged with two felonies connected to trafficking with an inmate at the Putnamville Correctional Facility. Seth M. Curtis, 22, was formally charged in Putnam County Circuit Court with a class A felony dealing in a narcotic drug and class C felony trafficking with an inmate...
Plenty of events at Center Point Festival (09/03/10)
The Center Point Community Fall Festival will take place Saturday, Sept. 11. The festival will be on Main Street at the fire house in Center Point, and is scheduled to begin at 4:30 p.m., with a pulled pork dinner provided by Pappy's Bar-B-Que. The price of the meal is a freewill offering...
CHURCH NEWS (09/03/10)
Otter Creek Christian Church Why should we praise the Lord? I'm talking about the Lord Jehovah/Jesus Christ. The more important question would be why not praise Him? Psalms 103 says to remember all his benefits, this is a beautiful portion of scripture. We can not take a breath without God and everyday is a gift of 24 hours. Start your day saying a little thank you prayer, doesn't have to be a long drawn out prayer but do be sincere in it. After all God knows your heart...
Second half nightmare for Knights on the road (09/03/10)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor TERRE HAUTE -- Friday's football between Terre Haute North and Northview's unbeaten teams was a tale of two halves. However, if you're a Knights' fan, the second half was a nightmarish tale that culminated in a disappointing 40-14 defeat...
North Clay volleyball clips Eagles (09/03/10)
Times Staff Report GREENCASTLE -- The North Clay volleyball teams hit the road for a trip to South Putnam on Thursday night and came away victorious in all of their matches. The sixth-grade Knights earned their first win of the season by topping the Eagles, 25-17, 25-14 led by a seven-point effort from Kenzie Stearley and six from Madison Russell. ...
Northview girls soccer falls at Danville (09/03/10)
DANVILLE -- The Northview girls' soccer team got an unassisted goal from Krista Stearley, but the Danville Warriors were too tough to tame in a 7-1 Knights' loss on Thursday. Stearley scored off a second half deflection, but it wasn't enough to counter the Warriors...
Clay City volleyball wins slugfest with Owen Valley (09/03/10)
Times Staff Report CLAY CITY -- The Clay City volleyball team improved to 5-2 overall with a successful five-game victory over visiting Owen Valley, 23-25, 25-20, 18-25, 25-23, 15-12 on Thursday night. "I couldn't be more proud of our effort tonight," coach LuAnne Anderson said. "We never gave up and kept playing throughout the entire match. Owen Valley is the first team to take a lot of swings against us, so it was nice to see how our defense would respond."...
Nellie Marie South (09/03/10)
Nellie Marie South, 87, Olmsted, Ohio, formerly of Brazil, died Friday, Sept. 3, 2010, in Ohio. Funeral arrangements are pending at Moore Funeral Home. Visit www.moorefuneralhomes.com to send condolences to the family or for more information.
PUBLIC RECORD 9-4-10 (09/03/10)
Clay County Courthouse The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse Aug. 31-Sept. 3: Clay Superior Court -- Civil Med-1 Solutions Vs. Linda Egener: Civil Collections Cathy Judd Vs. Arlie Stacy and Jessica Stacey: Civil Collections...
Staunton Scene (09/03/10)
Staunton Community Center We are organizing a monthly breakfast at the Center. The first breakfast is planned for Saturday Sept. 11 from 8:30-11:30 a.m., or until the food runs out! You can plan a pleasant Saturday morning to meet with friends and enjoy a nice meal...
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