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Stories from Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Minor becomes dual state wrestling champ (05/16/12)
Times Staff Report AVON -- The Wabash Valley Wrestling Club competed at Avon High School in tournament action over the May 5-6 weekend and came away with several podium finishes. Noah Minor became a Freestyle state champion in the Intermediate 95-pound division with an impressive effort during the tourney...
Tip leads to arrest of fleeing driver (05/16/12)
VIGO COUNTY -- In the last 22 days, the Putnamville Post of the Indiana State Police has received multiple tips from area residents concerning various suspected crimes. The third set of tips led troopers to the arrest of a suspect allegedly involved in a hit and run crash at a school bus stop on United States 40 in eastern Vigo County...
Cloverleaf Healthcare puts on a fashion show (05/16/12)
Several residents at Cloverleaf Healthcare of Knightsville participated in a fashion show Wednesday to celebrate National Nursing Home Week (NNHW). A total of 13 women and one man got "all fancied up" to walk the runway for the show. The residents picked out their own outfits with staff and family members helping...
Top 10! (05/16/12)
School board meeting Thursday (05/16/12)
The Clay Community School board of trustees will meet for a regular session Thursday, May 17, 2012, in the Media Center of North Clay Middle School, 3450 W. State Road 340, Brazil, IN 47834. At 7:30 p.m., prior to the start of the regular session, bids for Milk & Dairy and Bread & Bun products will be opened by Tim Gorman, Director of Business Affairs. Recommendations regarding the bids will be brought to the June 14, 2012, regular session for approval...
Gov. Daniels recognizes Military Family Relief Fund legislation (05/16/12)
The Military Family Relief Fund legislation, authored by Rep. Jim Baird (R-Greencastle), was recognized by Gov. Mitch Daniels in a ceremonial bill signing at the Statehouse today. "I am grateful the Military Family Relief Fund was recognized today," said Baird. ...
Fire Safety! (05/16/12)
Cruise-In-Street Dance celebrating its 21st year (05/16/12)
ROCKVILLE -- Again this summer, MainStreet Rockville will offer its Cruise-In-Street Dance, combined again this year with the Motorcycle, Scooter and Bike Show. The event will take place Saturday, June 2, from 4-8:30 p.m., on the courthouse square in Rockville...
Golf Scramble to take place in September (05/16/12)
TERRE HAUTE -- The 10th Hole-Y-One Golf Scramble will take place Sept. 14, from 8 a.m.-5 p.m., at the Hulman Links Golf Course, 990 N. Chamberlain St., Terre Haute. Cost is $350 for a four-person team. Individuals may also play (and can be matched up to a team) for a cost of $90...
June blood drives scheduled (05/16/12)
Indiana Blood Center hosts hundreds of blood drives each month. Below are locations, dates and times of blood drives open to the community in Clay County for the month of June. The Indiana Blood Center appreciates the consideration and support from Indiana counties in its mission to meet the blood needs of patients at more than 60 community hospitals across Indiana...
Breakfast with the Principal! (05/16/12)
Controlling the wildlife (05/16/12)
Living in the country is great for some, a disappointment for others and a constant reminder that you're never alone thanks to wildlife. That wildlife is great to watch and photograph from time to time. However, they can be a nuisance when they damage your property, resulting in you reacting in some way...
Markets pleading for soybeans (05/16/12)
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. -- Much has happened since early March that could sway farmers to take advantage of an increasing market for soybeans and plant more of the crop -- a change that could help to improve projections of decades-low supplies, a Purdue University Extension agricultural economist recently said...
Growers should focus on seeding rate, depth (05/16/12)
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. -- As grain farmers make the transition from planting corn to soybeans, a Purdue Extension soybean specialist says they need to keep a few basic principles in mind. Planting conditions and timing, seeding rates and depths and an awareness of insects play major roles in the crop's yield potential...
Harold Leon Rogers (05/16/12)
Harold Leon Rogers, 76, Brazil, went to heaven May 12, 2012, at home with his family and friends by his side. Harold was born Dec. 9, 1935, in Brazil, the son of Raymond Roy Rogers and Mary Jane (Williams) Rogers. He attended Brazil High School. After high school, he served in the United States Army. Following the army, he worked for Conrail Railroad...
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