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Stories from Monday, May 16, 2011

Officials investigating robbery attempt (05/16/11)
Officials are investigating a "strange" robbery attempt at a local restaurant Saturday morning. According to Brazil City Police Chief Larry Pierce, around 8 a.m., Saturday, a young man wearing a black hooded sweatshirt (with what appeared to be Chinese writing on the front) entered Hardee's, 304 East National Avenue, and went directly to the restroom. After a few moments, he exited wearing sunglasses and walked to the counter where he handed a cashier a note...
2010 queen encourages all to participate in pageant (05/16/11)
Calling all eligible young women of Clay County: I am the 2010 Clay County Fair Queen, Miss Caroline Ann Beyers. I would personally like to invite all who are eligible to participate in the 2011 Clay County Fair Queen Pageant. What girl doesn't want to get beautiful, wear a tiara on her head, and have people bow to her?...
Fundraiser! (05/16/11)
With the goal to raise enough money for 12-year-old Parker Timberman, Brazil, to attend Camp Riley, members of Eagles Lodge No. 274 raised just more than $1,995. Pictured are (left) event organizers Mary Grogan, Rick Moore, Dave Miller, Parker, Eagles' Vice President Anita Conway and trustees Walt Young and Bill Vanes during the check presentation Saturday. Not pictured: Eagles' members Janie Miller and Gary Long...
Errors cost Clay City chance at SWIAC softball win (05/16/11)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor CLAY CITY -- Through four innings, the Clay City Eels were going toe-to-toe with Bloomfield and pitcher Nicole Hughes in a scoreless deadlock. From there, however, the defense unraveled with five errors over the final three innings and the Cardinals took advantage for a 7-1 SWIAC victory...
Knights split in girls' tennis; Brown County claims WIC title (05/16/11)
Times Staff Report The Brown County Eagles claimed the Western Indiana Conference girls' tennis title with a 4-1 victory against Northview on Saturday afternoon. The match was part of a three-team field that also included Sullivan. The Knights dropped Sullivan by a 3-2 score as Northview claimed both doubles matches and the No. 3 singles match with Briana Cook winning in straight sets, 6-0, 6-0...

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