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Stories from Tuesday, May 8, 2012

The results are in (05/08/12)
Clay County voters spoke Tuesday and they said they didn't want to see much change. Arguably the most hotly contested race was for Clay County Commissioner District 2, where incumbent Charlie Brown faced a challenge from Michael Wilkinson. But Brown maintained a steady 10-percent point lead throughout Tuesday evening, finishing with 907 votes compared to Wilkinson's 726...
2012 Clay County Primary Results (05/08/12)
County votes in primary election (05/08/12)
Clay County voters hit the poles Tuesday to vote on state and national candidates. As was expected, Mitt Romney garnered the most votes for Republican Presidential nominee with 1,652, accounting for 62.26 percent of the votes. In the race for Republican United States Senator, Clay County voters helped Richard Mourdock oust the longest-serving Republican in the Senate, Dick Lugar, with 1,746 votes to Lugar's 1,033...
Art and Wine Fair to be this Saturday (05/08/12)
BRIDGETON -- The 10th 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 and beautiful handmade crafts will be available for sale...
United Way to conduct event (05/08/12)
TERRE HAUTE -- United Way of the Wabash Valley will conduct its sixth Campaign Appreciation and Recognition Event (C.A.R.E.) Wednesday, May 16, in Dede III at Indiana State University's Hulman Memorial Student Union. The event is a way to recognize the local companies that have donated to the 2011 Campaign and contributed to the organization reaching the 2011 campaign goal of $1.85 million...
Law Camp coming soon (05/08/12)
Indiana State Police Youth Services and Optimist Clubs of Indiana are the co-sponsors of Respect for Law Camp and are open to students completing the fourth- or fifth-grades this current year. Most will be concerned with the camp at Vincennes University, June 7-9...
County Council votes in favor of wheel tax (05/08/12)
County residents can expect improved roads within a few years as the Clay County Council approved two new taxes Monday evening. Council President Mike McCullough read Ordinance No. 10-2012, which states the council has the authority to impose an annual surtax and wheel tax and requires the council to impose the two taxes concurrently...
DAR Meeting (05/08/12)
The next Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) meeting will take place Wednesday, at 6:30 p.m. The meeting will take place at the Clay County Historical Museum. The guest speaker this month will be State Regent of Indiana DAR Martha Barnhart...
Public Hearing (05/08/12)
Serving On The Streets (S.O.S.) will conduct a public hearing in the community center Thursday, May 17, at 7 p.m. A grill out is scheduled for 6 p.m., prior to the meeting. The public is invited to attend the event in an effort to learn more about S.O.S. and its community grant...
Two win fishing contest (05/08/12)
Jack's Live Bait and Tackle, 2799 W. County Road 950 N., Brazil, began area fishing contests earlier this year. Two winners have already been declared. The business conducted a Crappie Fishing Contest recently. The contest concluded in March. Jay Patrick, Brazil, won the contest, catching a 15-inch Crappie at Craig Park...
Larry Nolte inducted into Terre Haute Bowlers Hall of Fame (05/08/12)
The Terre Haute Bowlers Hall of Fame held its 43rd Dinner at the Idlecreek Banquet Hal on April 30. Larry Nolte, local bowler, was inducted to the Hall of Fame for service to the sport of bowling. Nolte started bowling in 1958 and is an avid bowler. ...
Monday high school sports round-up (05/08/12)
Times Staff Report The Northview boys' golf team dropped a match to visiting Greencastle on Monday night by a 148 to 156 score. Larry Knight led Northview with a nine-hole score of 36. Seth Payton shot a 38 for the Knights as both Keegan Roembke and Dylan Nesty shot a 40 in the narrow loss. The Knights got scores of 41 from both Drew Atkinson and Austin Frankville with Nick McCollum posting a 42...
Knights' tennis wins on senior night (05/08/12)
Times Staff Report The Northview tennis team earned a 4-1 victory to put the icing on senior night for Trisha Cox, Jenna Smith and Kelsey Oehler, who were honored along with manager Brodie Girton before the match against visiting South Putnam. Oehler was a winner in singles play as she defeated Kelly Hayden by a 6-2, 7-5 score in the No. ...
Indiana State's Ronnie Fouch and Brock Lough earn invites to NFL rookie minicamps (05/08/12)
TERRE HAUTE -- Indiana State seniors Ronnie Fouch and Brock Lough have been invited to rookie minicamps by a pair of teams from the NFL on the heels of Justin Hilton signing a college free agent contract with the Cincinnati Bengals last week. Lough will join Hilton at the Bengals rookie minicamp to be held May 11-13 at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati. ...
Robert G. 'Bob' Proctor (05/08/12)
Robert G. "Bob" Proctor, 86, Indianapolis, passed away May 6, 2012, following an illness. A full obituary will run in the Thursday issue of The Brazil Times. A memorial service will be Monday, May 14, 2012, from 1-4 p.m., at French Funeral Home.
Robert R. Rutledge Jr. (05/08/12)
Robert R. Rutledge Jr., 45, Terre Haute, passed away at 2:45 a.m., Tuesday, May 8, 2012, in his residence. He was born in Terre Haute June 17, 1966, to Robert Rutledge Sr., and Alice Dunn Rutledge. He was a machine operator at AET for 15 years. He is survived by his father Robert Rutledge Sr. ...
Alice Elizabeth Kigel (05/08/12)
Mr. and Mrs. John P. Tilley are pleased to announce the birth of their granddaughter, Alice Elizabeth Kigel. Alice Elizabeth was born in New York Presbyterian Hospital April 2, 2012, and weighed 7 pounds and 10 ounces. She was welcomed by uncle and aunt, John C., and April Tilley, uncle Luke Kigel, and cousins Joshua Ellinger and Lauren Elizabeth Tilley...
Alyssa Rachelle Bowles and Kyle Dereck Butt (05/08/12)
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wayne Bowles, Brazil, are proud to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Alyssa Rachelle Bowles, to Kyle Dereck Butt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Myron Duane Butt, Brazil, and the late Belinda Sue Reece Butt...
Kristin Stephens and Jarred Brodie (05/08/12)
Kristin Stephens and Jarred Brodie would like to announce their upcoming marriage May 26, 2012, at 11:30 a.m., at Friendly Open Bible Community Church, Coal City. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Karol Stephens, Bowling Green, and the granddaughter of Jerry and Rosemary Stephens, Bowling Green...
Amanda Jo Hutcheson and Richard 'Smiley' Roman (05/08/12)
Mike and Carole Jean McConnell, Brazil, are pleased to announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Amanda Jo Hutcheson, to Richard "Smiley" Roman. The couple will exchange wedding vows July 7, 2012, at First Presbyterian Church, Brazil. A reception will follow at the Renaissance Reception and Conference Center...
Chester and Kathy Crague (05/08/12)
Chester and Kathy Crague (formerly Urbain), will celebrate their 35th wedding anniversary May 19, at Collom's General Store, Bridgeton, Ind., from 5-10 p.m. They were married May 21, 1977, at Annunciation Church in Brazil. They have been Parke County residents for the past 27 years, and they are parents of Chad Crague, Rosedale, and Courtney Crague, Henderson, Ky...
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Champion (05/08/12)
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Champion, Brazil, observed their 25th wedding anniversary May 2, 2012. The family is planning a trip to Hawaii in June. The Champions were married May 2, 1987, at the United Methodist Church, Clinton. Mrs. Champion, the former Ida Steffy, is retired from the FAA...
Public Record (05/08/12)
Clay County Courthouse The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse May 4-7: Circuit Court -- Civil Citimortgage Inc. Vs. Lora and William Sanders: Civil Plenary Discover Bank Vs. Ryan W. Stough: Civil Collections American Acceptance Co. Vs. James Roe: Civil Collections...
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