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Stories from Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Cashing in (05/11/11)
Team captains "cashed in" during the Bank Night at Riddell National Bank Tuesday evening for the upcoming 2011 Clay County American Cancer Society's (ACS) Relay For Life event at the YMCA Saturday. Helping to tabulate donations were (right, front to back) ACS Community Coordinator for Clay County Rachel Romas, Committee Member Janice Piatt and Committee Chairperson Carrol Evans. ...
Pool to open June 7 (05/11/11)
At its May meeting Tuesday, Brazil City Parks Board announced the Forest Park Pool will open June 7. "Last year, we tried to open the pool on June 2, but then it rained and we had to postpone it anyway," Park Board President Ruthann Jefferies said. "This year, it's delayed because the ending of school is also delayed."...
Neighborhood watch possible for Staunton (05/11/11)
STAUNTON -- In the near future, the town of Staunton may have a neighborhood watch set up. Recently, Clay County Sheriff's Chief Deputy Rob Gambill said town residents had inquired about setting up a watch system. Gambill, who lives in Staunton, told the Town Council Monday he would help organize and volunteer...
More details released in foiled drug robbery case (05/11/11)
Apparently there really isn't honor among thieves, or drug dealers. According to Clay County Sheriff Mike Heaton, deputies and members of the Brazil City Police Department were serving an arrest warrant to a rural Clay County residence Saturday evening when they discovered information of a possible plan to "rob" a marijuana dealer...
Early morning fire damages local home (05/11/11)
A Brazil resident is struggling with the aftermath of a fire in his home Wednesday morning. "It's very disheartening," Sean Yakel told The Brazil Times while sifting through the debris that once was his possessions. "I recently got divorced, so I didn't have much to start with, but I can't help but think, 'What else can go wrong.'"...
Fireworks Fundraiser (05/11/11)
The Parke-Vermillion County Humane Society will conduct a fireworks fundraiser June 4, at Sportland Park, Clinton, from 6-10 p.m. Activities prior to the fireworks display include a pet parade and contest, pet pictures, dunking booth, dog obedience demonstration, face painting, music, food and a bake sale...
Bridgeton Art and Wine Fair scheduled (05/11/11)
The ninth Bridgeton Art and Wine Fair will take place from 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Saturday. Exhibits will be located in the 1878 barn in downtown Bridgeton. Fine art in a variety of mediums will be available for viewing and for sale for home or the office...
HONOR ROLLS (05/11/11)
Northview High School Ninth Grade Academic Distinction Olivia Kay Howald, Rebecca Christina Rudisell, Emily Rena Sands, Minh Anh Tong High Distinction Alexis Barnett, Wyatt Baysinger, Brooke Berry, Austen Bowen, Darci Chambers, Ashley Deakins, Joseph Dierdorf, Kinsey Elwell, Connor Ganly, Kiresten Gibson, Leeanna Knight, Daniel Love, Craig Rice, Makylie Siples, Paige Stevenson, Amanda Swenson, Jamisen Warner, Garrett Wiss...
Records fall at WIC Track and Field Meet (05/11/11)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor The Northview track and field teams got some superb, record-breaking performances on the second day of the Western Indiana Conference Meet on Wednesday night, but it was not enough to capture a team title. The Knights placed second in the boys' meet to Edgewood, which won its ninth straight title. The Mustangs had 144.5 points to the Knights' 138 with Brown County third at 134...
Northview and Clay City golf falls short at home (05/11/11)
Times Staff Report The Northview boys' golf team shot its season-best score at Forest Park Golf Course on Tuesday night, but Terre Haute North did the same in winning by a 143 to 153 score. The Patriots got a 2-under-par 33 by Will Pollock to lead the team and Northview got a score of 35 from Larry Knight to lead the Knights...
Northview baseball earns WIC win over Wildcats (05/11/11)
Times Staff Report Northview was able to hold off the upset bid by South Vermillion in baseball action on Tuesday night, claiming an 8-7 victory. South Vermillion took a 2-0 first inning lead off Northview starter, Kodie Girton. However, the Knights bounced back to take a seemingly comfortable lead with four runs apiece in the second and third innings. ...
Defense leads Linton past Clay City in softball (05/11/11)
By Rick Curl SPORTS WRITER Sometimes there's no better offense than a good defense. That adage never rang truer than Wednesday's Southwestern Indiana Athletic Conference matchup between Linton-Stockton and visiting Clay City. The two teams combined for just seven hits as the Lady Miners grabbed a 3-0 win...
Mary M. Butwin Buck (05/11/11)
Mary M. Butwin Buck, 94, lifelong resident of Seelyville, passed away Monday, May 9, 2011, in Union Hospital, Terre Haute. Mary was born July 27, 1916, in Seelyville, to John P. Butwin and Anna (Mehok) Butwin. She is survived by a son Ken Buck and his wife Laura, Jasper, three daughters Susan Buck, Crawfordsville, Mary Ellen Buck, Seelyville, and Dorothy Buck, Seelyville, a brother George Butwin, Terre Haute, three sisters Anne Tribble, Galesburg, Ill., Helen M. ...
Harmony Happenings (05/11/11)
Nikki Osborn ran in a Mini-Marathon. Thirteen miles sounds like major marathon to me. Despite having a cold, and anticipating bad weather, she did very well. Congrats. Congratulations to some of our recent graduates: Brandon Shorter and Adam Mathis...
Brazil Buzz (05/11/11)
Saturday morning Paul and I attended the one-hundred sixty-first commencement held on the beautiful campus of Ball State University in Muncie. Our youngest grandson, Daniel James Risk graduated with academic honors -- summa-cum laude with a scholastic average of 4.0...
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