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Stories from Tuesday, May 10, 2011

UPDATE: Prescription drug ring busted (05/10/11)
Five Clay County residents were arrested Monday after an extended investigation into prescription drug dealing by the Clay County Sheriff's Department. According to Clay County Sheriff Mike Heaton, the investigation began in October 2009. During the investigation, detectives were able to make controlled purchases of prescription medications from individuals living at an undisclosed residence in the area east of Clay City, near the intersection of State Road 246 and County Road 200 East...
Local girl recovering from injuries (05/10/11)
Doctors are currently treating seven-year-old Carmen Schleppy at Riley Children's Hospital, Indianapolis, after she suffered third-and fourth-degree burns on approximately 60 percent of her body. The Schleppy's were in the process of moving to a new home May 2...
Single-vehicle accident sends one to hospital (05/10/11)
A Clay County man was transported to St. Vincent Clay Hospital early Tuesday morning following a single vehicle accident. According to officials, Michael Giltz, 48, Brazil, was heading home from work. He was northbound on State Road 59 when he fell asleep and crossed the southbound lane. The vehicle he was driving, a 1994 Buick LeSabre, came to a rest after hitting a tree...
Odd twist to drug deal leads to two arrests (05/10/11)
Officials recently discovered an odd twist about alleged drug dealing while attempting to serve an arrest warrant. According to Clay County Sheriff Mike Heaton, deputies were attempting to serve an arrest warrant in an unrelated case Saturday evening, when they noticed two nearby individuals run away from the undisclosed Brazil address...
Traffic stop, pursuit end in warrant arrest (05/10/11)
A recent traffic stop for speeding led to a two-county pursuit and arrest of a Brazil man for an outstanding arrest warrant. According to officials, Bradley A. Edwards refused to stop for a Seelyville town marshal in the Seelyville area Sunday evening. When the vehicle pursuit entered Clay County, members of the Clay County Sheriff's Department assisted in the pursuit until it ended south of Lower Bloomington Road near the intersection of County Road 500 West...
Five arrested on drug allegations (05/10/11)
The Clay County Sheriff's Department released details about an extended investigation and the arrest of five Clay City residents late Monday afternoon amid allegations of illegally selling prescription drugs. According to officials, multiple arrest warrants were served at several undisclosed residences in Clay City...
Hoosier Homes and Land announces award winners (05/10/11)
Hoosier Homes and Land Broker-Owner Linda Harms recently announced a handful of agents from the business were honored at an awards dinner. Molly Schopmeyer, sales associate, was honored with first place for her 4.1 million in sales in 2010. She was first licensed in 2006, the year she joined the organization. She specializes in commercial properties and is a member of both the Terre Haute and Indianapolis boards...
37th Spring Art Show in Rockville Awards Announced (05/10/11)
The Art Gallery on the north side of the Square held their Open House on April 28. The Show will remain hanging through the month of May, including the art work which is sold. New member, Tom Poynter had the first sale. His ink stippling of a bridge "Graffitti" was purchased by Barnes and Rice Funeral Home...
Local graduate earns degree of Doctor of Medicine (05/10/11)
Becky Chrisman, of Brazil, would like to announce the graduation of her daughter, Christina Chrisman, from Indiana University School of Medicine. Christina is graduating on May 14, 2011, with the degree of Doctor of Medicine. At IU School of Medicine, Christina has been active in the Student Interest Group in Neurology, American Medical Women's Association, Medical Spanish Group, and volunteered at a medical clinic in rural Guatemala...
CLUB NEWS (05/10/11)
The Associate Chapter of Tri Kappa met on Monday, May 2, 2011, at 6:30 p.m., in Trayler Hall at the First United Methodist Church. The Tri Kappa prayer was recited before a delicious meal prepared by the Sara Circle of the church. The meeting was opened at 7:10 p.m., by President Sandy Henderson with the opening song and verse...
Military News (05/10/11)
Nathan J. Thompson Army National Guard Pvt. Nathan J. Thompson has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C. During the nine weeks of training, the soldier studied the Army mission, history, tradition and core values, physical fitness, and received instruction and practice in basic combat skills, military weapons, chemical warfare and bayonet training, drill and ceremony, marching, rifle marksmanship, armed and unarmed combat, map reading, field tactics, military courtesy, military justice system, basic first aid, foot marches and field training exercises.. ...
HONOR ROLLS (05/10/11)
Clay City High School Seventh Grade Academic Distinction Courtney Brown, Abigail Carrell, Emily Rogers High Distinction Chaela Minor, Hunter Wolfe Distinction Raven Allender, Chantal Dayhuff, Noah Denker, Macy Jackson, Jessica Newton, Andrea Shouse, Cassie Souder, Jaydon Tickenor, Haleigh Villain...
Smith ties school mark in Eels' win over Cloverdale (05/10/11)
Times Staff Report CLOVERDALE -- Clay City's Kole Smith inked his name into the school's baseball record books on Tuesday night, blasting a pair of grand slams and tying the record for RBI's in a game with 10 as the Eels drilled Cloverdale, 18-3. Smith was 3-for-5 in the game and tied the mark set in 2009 by Kyler Rhodes in a game at Bloomfield...
Knights no-hit 'Cats in WIC skirmish (05/10/11)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor Taylor Carter and Sarah Phillips combined to no-hit the visiting South Vermillion Wildcats as the Knights claimed a 10-0 win in six innings to improve to 5-0 overall in the WIC. Carter struck out five over four innings and Phillips came in to pitch the final two innings of the win...
Knights clip Eagles in tennis (05/10/11)
Times Staff Report GREENCASTLE -- The Northview girls' tennis team got a marathon victory from the doubles' team of Kylee Orr and Jenna Smith, 7-6 (10-8), 7-5 on the way to a 4-1 victory on the road at South Putnam on Monday. The Knights also swept the singles matches with Kaci Kehrt, Miranda Brosman and Briana Cook each picking up a victory against the Eagles...
Northview baseball and softball win conference games (05/10/11)
Times Staff Report PLAINFIELD -- Northview's baseball team broke two-game losing streak by flexing their muscle in a 6-5 win at Plainfield on Monday night. Northview's Zac Niehaus blasted a pair of home runs, including one that was estimated at nearly 450 feet and Zach Hull drilled a moon shot of his own, a two-run bomb that got the Knights going...
James M. Brackney (05/10/11)
James M. Brackney, 66, lost his brave battle with cancer May 9, 2011, at Cloverleaf Healthcare, Brazil. He was born July 21, 1944, in Clay County, as the son of Ernest and Bertha Emmert Brackney. He lived in Goodland, Ind., for the past 30 years. He will be remembered for his love of Harley Davidson's, antique cars, motor sports, fishing and traveling. ...
JAIL BOOKINGS 5-11-11 (05/10/11)
Clay County Justice Center The following jail bookings occurred at the Clay County Justice Center during May 6-9. Awaiting Arraignment Edens, James, 28 Head, Brittaney D., 19 Moran, Charles Roger, 28 O'Sullivan, Toni M., 34 Awaiting Warrant Arraignment...
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