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Stories from Friday, November 5, 2010

'Give Peace A Chance' (11/05/10)
8-year-old wins card contest A chance visit to a recent street fair in Terre Haute turned out to be lucky for one local 8-year-old artist. Landon Boland, the son of Christina and Matt Boland, Staunton, submitted a drawing for the first-ever "Holiday Peace Card Contest" sponsored by CANDLES Holocaust Museum and Education Center while visiting activities at the Vigo County Public Library Sept. 24-26...
Local man charged in many separate incidents (11/05/10)
A rural Clay/Parke County man is back in custody at the Clay County Justice Center on a petition to revoke his bond amid new allegations of domestic battery. According to documents at the Clay County Courthouse, Robert P. Blystone, 21, Brazil, was allegedly involved in two cases of domestic disputes this past summer...
Congratulations! (11/05/10)
The 2010 Focus Award Education winner was Mary Yelton. On hand for the award presentation were (from left) Clay County Chamber of Commerce President Ted Paris, Ernest Yelton, Mary Yelton and 2010 Focus Awards MC Mike Lawson. The awards banquet took place Thursday at Traditions. Courtesy Photo/Mike Petersen...
Red Cross launches new project to benefit veterans (11/05/10)
TERRE HAUTE -- The Wabash Valley American Red Cross will launch its first Totes for Hope community project to benefit veterans that visit the Terre Haute VA Outpatient Clinic. Donations in need include soap, shampoo, disposable razors, shaving cream, toothpaste, toothbrushes, deodorant, white cotton socks, new packaged plain T-shirts, sweatpants, lounge pants for men and women, and more. Sizes needed are large through XXX-Large...
Child-Adult resource services pair together (11/05/10)
Bridges of Indiana recently announced a relationship was created with Child-Adult Resource Services, Inc. (C.A.R.S.), in order to provide more options to people with disabilities. Bridges of Indiana, a provider founded by a mother who has a child with autism, and C.A.R.S., an agency of five collaborating ARCs, are now partnering to open more doors for special needs individuals in the area...
FSA Committee elections underway (11/05/10)
INDIANAPOLIS -- With the national election than one week behind U.S. citizens, it is time again for another very important election for American agriculture. USDA Farm Service Agency in Indiana Executive Director Julia A. Wickard recently announced the 2010 FSA County Committee elections have begun, with USDA mailing ballots to eligible voters...
Christ Community Church (11/05/10)
On Oct. 23, Christ Community Church of Brazil hosted the Fall Fest 2010 event. This was a community event that not only involved good food, bluegrass music by the New Blood Gospel Bluegrass Band, but also Punkin Chunkin. The Punkin Chunkin idea came into being last year as church leaders were looking for an event that would have community interest and be a whole lot of fun. ...
CHURCH NEWS (11/05/10)
Eastside Christian Church It is Angel Food ordering time. Have you got your order in yet? Tomorrow is the last day to order for November. If you need assistance, please feel free to call 812-448-1030. The holidays are almost upon us. We are still praying everyday for those that are in need. ...
PUBLIC RECORD 11-6-10 (11/05/10)
Clay County Courthouse The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse Nov. 3-5: Clay Superior Court -- Civil BAC Home Loans Servicing Vs. Jennifer D. Hardey, State of Indiana, Citifinancial Services, Inc., Charles E. Conrad, Debbie M. Conrad and Glenna L. Simons: Mortgage Foreclosure...
Staunton Scene (11/05/10)
Staunton Community Center Here's another reminder that the Community Center's first Craft Show will be on Saturday, Nov. 20. If you would like to set up to sell homemade crafts, call Kelly Kirchner at 442-8608. The cost is $15 if you use one of the Center's tables, or $10 if you bring your own table. Call soon, because space is limited...
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