Hill named 2020-21 Senior Bowler of the Year
(Community Sports ~ 07/19/21)
On July 13, Bob Hill (center) was presented the 2020-21 Senior Bowler of the Year award from the Greater Terre Haute USBC. Hill, who is pictured alongside his family Zane Schauber, Shawn Schauber, Brylan Hill and Scott Hill (left to right), is a past President of the Indiana Bowlers Association, an Accociation and State Hall of Famer, and is also a life-time member of the USBC...
Alma Marie (Vanatti) Wright Blubaugh
(Obituary ~ 07/19/21)
Alma Marie (Vanatti) Wright Blubaugh, 76, of Brazil, Indiana passed away with her family by her side on Saturday, July 17, 2021. She was born on September 20, 1944, the daughter of Claude Vanatti and Mildred (Moss) Vanatti. Alma was a housekeeper and homemaker most of her life, caring for her children and grandchildren...
COURT NEWS July 1-16,2021
(Court News ~ 07/19/21)
CLAY COUNTY COURTHOUSE CIRCUIT The following case filings were reported in Clay Circuit Court during July 1-16, 2021: CIVIL MidLand Credit Management Inc. vs. David Grove; Jodie Byrd; OneMain Financial Group LLC vs. Gilbert Head CRIMINAL Hankins, Damon L: (F6)Possession of methamphetamine -a basic offense for any amount below 5 grams, (MC)Possession of paraphernalia...
WELCOME LITTLE ONE - Milo Ishmael Kidder
(Births ~ 07/19/21)
For this child, we have prayed. With patience and love, we waited for our baby boy. It is with excitement and pride, we announce him to the world. Proud parents Colton and Samantha (Solomon) Kidder of Benton Harbor, Michigan, are pleased to introduce their son, MILO ISHMAEL KIDDER...
JAIL BOOKINGS July 1-16, 2021
(Police Logs ~ 07/19/21)
CLAY COUNTY JUSTICE CENTER: The following jail bookings took place July 1-16, 2021:
MONDAY's COVID-19 update: Cases rising in every state; most new patients are unvaccinated
(Local News ~ 07/19/21)
Health officials confirm that all 50 states are experiencing a rise in COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations are increasing and most new patients are unvaccinated. According to the Indiana State Health Departmentís Monday data, the demographics of those testing positive for COVID-19 are 46.4% male and 52.8% female...
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