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Stories from Friday, December 10, 2010

Clay City License Branch officially closing down (12/10/10)
After almost five years of attempting to sustain itself, the Clay City License Branch is closing down for good. On Monday, the Clay County Commissioners unanimously voted to officially close the branch, which had reopened in February 2006. Initially, the branch had been closed by the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) in October 2005, but the commissioners, along with the assistance of a petition signed by 2,300 residents, help open the doors again...
Board eliminates stipends (12/10/10)
Benefits are about to change for the administration. The Clay Community School Board of Trustees voted unanimously to no longer offer stipends to administrators beginning July 1, 2011, and restore insurance and retirement benefits to all administrators. Board member Tina Heffner made the motion and board member Amy Adams seconded. Board members Dottie King and Jennifer Kaelber were not present...
'Come To The Manger' to hear traditional Christmas music (12/10/10)
Traditional Christmas songs and more will be heard in the halls of the Brazil Nazarene Church soon. The Community Theatre of Clay County Singers will present "Come To The Manger," Sunday, Dec. 19, at the church, located at 1002 E. National Ave. The event is set to begin at 6 p.m. Choir member Sharon Wilkison said the event will last approximately 45 minutes...
Benefit begins in Brazil (12/10/10)
Braving the elements can be difficult. But Mother Nature took a day off Friday as United Way of the Wabash Valley Campaign Chairman Tim Sturgess and UWWV Executive Director Troy Fears took part in "Two Cold Men Walking," a benefit for the local organization and its partner agencies...
Time of power outage changed (12/10/10)
The Utilities District Western Indiana REMC issued a press release Friday regarding the installation of equipment in certain areas. According to the press release, "Duke Energy has changed the date for installing equipment on incoming Duke transmission lines, which will affect Utilities District of Western Indiana REMC members residing in the Clay County, Perry Township and surrounding areas."...
Longest Night to be hosted at Seelyville United Methodist Church (12/10/10)
Because the Christmas season can be a difficult time for a variety of reasons, Seelyville United Methodist Church will host a "Longest Night" worship service on Sunday, Dec. 21, at 7 p.m. The church is located on US 40, just east of the Seelyville traffic light...
CHURCH NEWS (12/10/10)
Brazil Bible Fellowship Church What a great reminder it was to me that I have a glimpse of what God is like right in front of me. Last Sunday Pastor Gordon preached from John 1:14 about Jesus taking on flesh and dwelling among men. Jesus said that if we have seen Him, we have seen the Father. ...
Northview boys fall short vs. Vikes (12/10/10)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor West Vigo senior Scott West has developed a well-deserved reputation as a shooter and the provided the daggers that kept Northview from reaching the win column on Friday night. West nailed five-of-six 3-pointers in the first half on the way to 19-points before the break and then knocked home nine-of-10 free throws in the final quarter to secure a 69-67 Western Indiana Conference battle for the Vikings...
Hughes' bucket leads Knights to win (12/10/10)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor There's nothing like a good old rivalry game to give a team a bit of extra motivation and for the Northview girl's basketball team, a re-match with the West Vigo Vikings proved to be the perfect antidote for an 0-7 start to the season...
Clay City falls short at the free throw line in Bloomfield (12/10/10)
Times Staff Report BLOOMFIELD -- The Clay City Eels trailed by just two points heading into the final quarter on the road at Bloomfield on Friday night, but the Cardinals were able to close out the victory with a 15-8 edge in the final period of a 45-36 Southwestern Indiana Athletic Conference victory...
North Clay seventh-grade splits at Greencastle (12/10/10)
The North Clay seventh-grade boys' basketball team split a pair of games at Greencastle on Thursday evening. The 'A' team fell 36-24 as Tucker Stewart led the scoring with seven points. The 'B' team won a 27-23 decision as Caleb Simmons led the way with eight points...
Northview freshmen boys earn win at Terre Haute South (12/10/10)
Times Staff report TERRE HAUTE -- The Northview freshmen basketball team overcame a 14-point first quarter deficit to post a 36-31 victory at Terre Haute South on Thursday evening. The Knights held the Braves to just one point in the final period to get out of a 30-27 hole entering the final quarter...
Manning throws for 319, Colts beat Titans 30-28 (12/10/10)
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Cortland Finnegan watched as the perfect pass from a quarterback who lately had seemed so imperfect fell softly into Reggie Wayne's hands, and all the Titans' cornerback could do was smile and shake his head. He had Wayne step for step as they sprinted down the field and just knew he was going to bat away Peyton Manning's pass early in the third quarter of the Indianapolis Colts' 30-28 win over Tennessee on Thursday night. ...
Paul Maesch (12/10/10)
Paul Maesch, 91, Staunton, passed away Dec. 9, 2010, at 12:32 p.m., at his residence surrounded by his family. He was born Dec. 12, 1918, in Marshall, Ill., son of Edward and Sarah Moore Maesch. On Dec. 6, 1938, he married Helen Deakins Maesch. Together, they lived most of the married years in the Staunton area...
Marilyn Waldorf Eckerman (12/10/10)
Marilyn Waldorf Eckerman, 79, Poland, passed away Dec. 9, 2010 at Methodist Hospital, Indianapolis. She was born Jan. 3, 1931, to Harry O. Waldorf and Eunice E. (Asbury) Waldorf. She graduated from Sullivan High School and later graduated from Indiana University with a degree in Education...
William E. Kumpf (12/10/10)
William E. Kumpf, 86, Brazil, passed away at home Dec. 10, 2010, following a lengthy illness. He was born Aug. 9, 1924, in Posey Township, Clay County, the son of Leslie and Irene (O'Hair) Kumpf. Bill attended Staunton High School. He married Rosemary (Latham) Sanders Nov. 27, 1968. Along with his brother Max, Bill owned and operated Kumpf Brothers Incorporated, a grain and dairy farm in Posey Township, until retiring in 2001...
Daisy M. Nicoson (12/10/10)
Daisy M. Nicoson, 90, Cory, passed away at 5:35 a.m., Dec. 10, 2010 at her residence. She was born July 31,1920, in Clay County, to John L. Redifer and Lela Armstrong Redifer. She attended I.S.U. and was a graduate of Cory High School. She was a member of Triad and Mount Calvary United Methodist Church. ...
PUBLIC RECORD 12-11-10 (12/10/10)
Clay County Courthouse The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse Dec. 8-10: Clay Superior Court -- Civil Johnathan R. Allen Vs. Stacy M. Allen: Domestic Relations State Farm Insurance Company Vs. Tony W. Deal and Tecna S. Deal: Civil Collections...
Staunton Scene (12/10/10)
Staunton First Christian Church Sunday School begins at 9:30 a.m., with worship service following at 10:30. Doug Parkey is the minister. If you need transportation to morning worship service, please phone the church office at 446-3211. The bus is wheel-chair equipped...
Upcoming United Way projects (12/10/10)
United Way of the Wabash Valley Executive Troy Fears discusses upcoming projects for the local organization. . ...
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