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Stories from Wednesday, September 15, 2010

On a mission to honor all who served (09/15/10)
In June, Vickie Mace traveled to Indianapolis to visit the state's war memorial, located at 431 N. Meridian St. There, she had the opportunity to see memorials for service men and women from past wars, including World War I, World War II, Korea and Vietnam...
More details about Sebade brought out (09/15/10)
One of the young men allegedly involved in the Fentanyl overdose of a 17-year-old Clay City High School junior will remain in custody at the Clay County Justice Center while waiting for his upcoming jury trial. On Wednesday, Clay Circuit Court Judge Joseph Trout heard evidence from the Clay County Prosecutor's Office, Clay County Community Corrections and the Clay Community School Corporation regarding whether Cody Levi Sebade, 18, Clay City, complied with specific court-established terms of his electronic in-home detention.. ...
Council updated on project (09/15/10)
STAUNTON -- The Staunton Town Council received an update Monday regarding its Storm Drainage Improvement Project. According to information provided by officials with Commonwealth Engineers, Inc., Indianapolis, the company that designed the project, the contractor of the project has fallen a bit behind on schedule...
Brazil residents donate truck to Park Board (09/15/10)
It was all positive news during the Brazil Park Board meeting Tuesday. "We now have a used pickup truck," Treasurer Linda Messmer said. "We are very appreciative to receive the donation." The truck, a 1984 Chevy, was donated to the board by Brazil residents Rick and Mary Jo Alumbaugh. Supt. of Parks Bill Houck said it would be used to continue with the upkeep of the parks...
Final plans drawn up for Street Fest (09/15/10)
Final plans have been drawn up for the second Brazil Main Street, Inc., Music Fest. The event is scheduled to take place at the Brazil National Guard Armory, Friday and Saturday. Activities begin at 6 p.m., Friday, and include to bounce houses and face painting...
'Festival of Trees' set (09/15/10)
The St. Vincent Clay Hospital Foundation has announced the seventh "Festival of Trees," will take place from 6:30-9:30 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 13. The event will take place at the Clay County 4-H Fairgrounds. The purpose of the event is to raise funds for the hospital foundation that in turn will be used to provide assistance and education to the Clay County Community...
Red Cross schedules First Aid courses, workshops (09/15/10)
TERRE HAUTE -- Many people have experienced a significant crisis in their home or neighborhood, but less than half of the people surveyed by the American Red Cross have taken the steps to be prepared for emergencies. September is National Preparedness Month, a time to set aside for the last seven years to encourage Americans to prepare for emergencies in their homes, businesses and communities...
Indiana State Police warns of new scam (09/15/10)
PUTNAMVILLE -- The Criminal Investigation Division at the Putnamville District of the Indiana State Police is currently investigating a cash based scam that involves sending money via a commercial wire service. The scam appears to be targeting only elderly residents with one couple losing more than $3,000...
Lunsford has successful summer golf season (09/15/10)
By CAREY FOX Times Staff Report North Clay student, Shane Lunsford, has had a pretty successful summer on the golf courses around the state of Indiana. Lunsford, a 12-year-old Clay County resident, played against some tough competition on the Pepsi Aquafina Junior Tour as well as a number of local tournaments and some competition on the Pete Dye Junior Tour that was started by Forest Park Golf Course pro, Mark Rogers...
North Clay sweeps Otters (09/15/10)
Times Staff Report TERRE HAUTE -- The North Clay volleyball teams came away with a sweep of three volleyball matches against Otter Creek on Tuesday evening. The eighth-grade Knights improved to 7-0 this season by taming the Otters, 25-12, 20-25, 15-4...
Debra L. Hood (09/15/10)
Debra L. Hood, 55, Brazil, died Wednesday, Sept. 15, 2010, at her residence. She was born June 3, 1955, in Brazil, as the daughter of Warren and Helen Lautenschlager Love. She graduated from Staunton High School and earned her undergraduate degree from ISU. ...
Lloyd G. Chambers (09/15/10)
Lloyd G. Chambers, 57, Brazil, passed away at St. Vincent Clay Hospital Sept. 15, 2010, following a yearlong battle with cancer. He was born July 26, 1953, in Brazil, the son of Robert B. and Mary Jane (Randall) Chambers. Mr. Chambers enjoyed playing poker, spending time at Hardee's and spending time with his family...
PUBLIC RECORD 9-16-10 (09/15/10)
Clay County Courthouse The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse Sept. 10-15: Clay Superior Court -- Civil Discover Bank Vs. Dee A. Waddell: Civil Collections Midland Funding Vs. Lisa F. Lee: Civil Collections Capital One Bank Vs. Roy L. Jones Jr.: Civil Collections...
Harmony Happenings (09/15/10)
Clay County Retired Teachers Executive Committee met at the home of Odena Harper on Monday, Sept. 13. We planned the Fall Social Chili Supper to be held at the Bingo Hall on Kennedy Crossing. Last week I told you the date had changed. Change it back to Tuesday, Oct. 26. All retired teachers that taught in or live in Clay County are welcome to attend...
Brazil Buzz (09/15/10)
We are still searching the property for our lost keys. My sister and her husband joined in the search last week. They combed the area where my loss, no doubt, took place. I offered a generous reward more than once. With great expectations, they intensified their search. Gilbert and my little sister weren't aware that the reward would only be, a big thank you, if they were to find the much needed hardware. Unfortunately, no keys were found...
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