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Stories from Friday, May 6, 2011

Dermatologist offering free cancer screens (05/06/11)
GREENCASTLE -- Dr. Christopher Bohyer with Dermatology, Inc., will conduct free skin cancer screens at Putnam County Hospital Monday, May 16. The screen is a bi-annual event that is sponsored by the Putnam County Hospital Cancer Center. "Early detection is the key to treating melanoma," LPN Lou Fordice said...
Appreciating teachers (05/06/11)
Cumberland Academy was a buzz Friday as students spent their lunchtime with one of their most influential and inspirational teachers during the annual Teacher Appreciation Luncheon. Student Emily Wright (left) invited Clay City High School teacher Susan Rhodes, while CCHS teacher Heather Chandler visited with Jessie Sowers during lunch. ...
Rescue organizes Adoption Yard Sale (05/06/11)
With yard sale season getting into full swing, an area animal rescue is getting into the act. Clay County Animal Rescue, Inc., 735 S. State Road 59, Center Point, will host an Adoption Yard Sale May 13-15, which will feature supplies for a multitude of animals and numerous dogs and puppies will be available for adoption...
Noise ordinance addressed (05/06/11)
More people are opening their windows and leaving their homes to enjoy the warmer weather. However, for some local residents complaining to the Brazil City Police Department, it's becoming a noisy situation. "We get noise complaints all the time," Brazil City Police Department Chief Larry Pierce recently told The Brazil Times. "Our number one call is for barking dogs. If we don't get three or four a day, it's really unusual."...
Program waiting for funding (05/06/11)
A local emergency food and shelter program is patiently waiting to see if it will receive funding this year. According to local board chairperson Sandi Goebel, Clay County may be awarded federal funds under the Emergency Food and Shelter National Board Program (EFSP), which would be utilized to supplement emergency food and shelter programs in the county...
Readers respond to Brazil Times' request (05/06/11)
Readers of The Brazil Times seem to like the idea of recognizing our older citizens and have provided several interesting tips about Clay County's elders. However, the search continues for more information. As of press time, the following information has been provided to the Editorial staff at The Times:...
CHURCH NEWS (05/06/11)
Union United Methodist Church Union United Methodist Church invites you to join in the celebration of Mother's Day on Sunday, May 8. What better way to share your love for your mom than to come together to worship God and to recognize that mothers, and motherhood, are one of God's great gifts to the world?...
Northview seizes control of WIC lead (05/06/11)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor More often than not in high school softball, when two good teams square off, it's usually the small mistakes that lead one team past another. On Friday night that was especially prevalent as Northview capitalized on several physical and mental errors by Edgewood to post a surprisingly lopsided 9-2 Western Indiana Conference victory...
Knights rally for WIC win over Edgewood (05/06/11)
By MATT MCKINNEY The Northview Knights' baseball team hosted Edgewood Friday night and came away victorious in an 8-3 decision. Things didn't look too good in the first inning for Northview starting pitcher T. J. Decker as he gave up a quick double on the game's first at-bat, which eventually turned into a 1-0 lead for the Mustangs...
John Gordon Harr Jackson (05/06/11)
Resident of the World John Jackson passed away quietly in his sleep on April 6, 2011, the complete opposite of how he lived his life. John would take his time and talk to all the tellers at the grocery store, make signs for the local high school and lecture his children, family and friends over and over and over again about politics, education, driving safely and money...
Pauline Lucille Johnson (05/06/11)
Pauline Lucille Johnson, 97, Greencastle, formerly of Clay County, went to heaven May 5, 2011, at Putnam County Hospital, Greencastle. She was born Nov. 6, 1913, in Clay County, as the daughter of David and Margaret Bolin Gerber. She married Thomas Johnson, who has preceded her in death, in 1972. ...
Georgiana Howald (05/06/11)
Georgiana Howald, 92, Brazil, died Friday, May 6, 2011, at Exceptional Living Center in Brazil. She was born Oct. 8, 1919, in Jennings County, Ind., as the daughter of George and Ivan Dentamore Graham. Following graduation from high school, she married Paul Howald, who preceded her in death in 1969. She had been employed at Indiana Bell for 10 years and Columbia Records for 25 years until her retirement in 1978. She was a member of the Graham Presbyterian Church, North Vernon, Ind...
Charles J. O'Dell (05/06/11)
Charles J. O'Dell, 73, Carbon, died May 6, 2011, at 12:05 a.m., at Union Hospital. He was born Oct. 28, 1937, in Carbon, the son of Thurman C. O'Dell and Ruby Carlin O'Dell. He was one of the oldest of 10 children. He worked in construction from 1969-1976, and then later worked doing lawn maintenance for families in Clay County. He enjoyed fishing, deer hunting, and being outdoors looking for mushrooms and ginseng...
Kathy Ann Cox-Price (05/06/11)
Kathy Ann Cox-Price, 53, Brazil, passed away May 3, 2011, with her family by her side following a valiant battle with breast cancer. She was born Jan. 22, 1958, in Brazil, the daughter of Robert Cox and Mary (Williams) Sanders. Kathy worked for Head Start as well as the LEAAP Center as a homebase teacher. ...
Staunton Scene (05/06/11)
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...
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