Construction projects get under way on Depot Street (7/24/21)The City of Brazil is described as “Vibrant. Progressive. Ready”. It is seen as businesses along the main street are showing signs of rejuvenation: Depot Street is too, with two projects breaking ground this week. The American Legion Post 2, located at 10 North Depot Street, broke ground for a much-needed expansion this week...
With Fourth of July event over, Rotary keeps planning (7/24/21)The Rotary Club of Brazil met for its regular club meeting on Wednesday, July 21st at Cilantros. Coming off of the excitement of a successful 4th of July Celebration, the club is hard at work already planning and discussing future events. The club awarded a $1,000 scholarship to Kaitlyn Anderson. Kaitlyn is a recent Northview High School graduate and will be attending Rose Hulman Institue of Technology in the fall. She plans to pursue a medical degree. Congratulations Kaitlyn!...
CCHS to explore suffrage at August meeting (7/24/21)The Clay County Historical Society will meet August 2 at 7 p.m. in the lower level of the museum. The guest speaker will be Cheryl Steuerwald, as the CCHS will be celebrating the 101st anniversary of Women’s Right to Vote. Cheryl has done extensive study in the suffrage movement and will present a very interesting program. The public is invited to attend this enlightening program...
NEWS YOU WANT TO KNOW: What were those sirens on Thursday morning? (7/22/21)A police pursuit ended in Clay County without injuries. Early Thursday morning (July 22, 2021), Terre Haute Police Department officers attempted to stop a vehicle along Hulman Street in Terre Haute. The vehicle fled through the southern part of the city and eventually onto State Road 46, heading east into Clay County and ultimately Brazil...
Air Quality Alert issued by NWS Indianapolis (7/21/21)The officials at the Indiana Department of Environmental Management have issued an Air Quality Action Day for... Today and Thursday...July 21 and 22...for the entire state of Indiana. Levels of fine particles (PM2.5) are expected to be in the Orange or Unhealthy for Sensitive Groups range. Active children and adults, and people with respiratory disease, such as asthma should limit prolonged outdoor exposure...
- Positive changes for the City of Brazil (7/21/21)
- VFW Auxiliary supports new BPD K9 project (7/21/21)
- TOP STORY OF THE DAY, brought to you free by WICU: Brazil DAR chapter seeks flag on every veteran’s grave (7/21/21)
- New lines downtown (7/21/21)
- Back-to-school information (7/20/21)
- Brazil Concert Band to play New York, New York set (7/20/21)
- Remembering Terri (7/20/21)
- BPD Learning new techniques (7/20/21)
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Shirley Mae Louderback (7/23/21)Shirley Mae Louderback, 86, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, July 21, 2021 at Union Hospital in Terre Haute. She was born on March 3, 1935 in Flint, Michigan to the late Clarence and Dorothy...
Gwenda Joyce Navel Evelo Haviland Rollo (7/22/21)On Friday July 16, 2021, Gwenda Joyce Navel Evelo Haviland Rollo was freed from this earthly world of pain to join her Mom and Daddy in the arms of our Lord and Savior after a prolonged illness....
Janice Lee Burk (7/22/21)Janice Lee Burk, 85, of Brazil, Indiana, passed away on Tuesday, July 20, 2021, surrounded by her loving family. Janice was a life-long resident of Clay County and will be missed by her family and...
Jackie Ray "Jack" Julbert (7/22/21)Jackie Ray "Jack" Julbert, 74, passed away on July 18, 2021. Jack was a proud Vietnam Veteran and member of the VFW, American Legion and Elks organizations in Brazil. Before retiring, Jack spent his...
Alma Marie (Vanatti) Wright Blubaugh (7/19/21)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...
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SUMMER SCOOP: Post 346 finishes 21-game summer schedule (7/24/21)Over the weekend, Post 346 was eliminated in the championship round of the American Legion Regional hosted by Terre Haute North. Four current and former (graduates) Northview baseball players – Chase Aten, Devon Barnhart, Gavin Morris and Nate Rissler – played for Wayne Newton throughout the summer. It marked the first time the quartet suited up in the red, white and blue of Post 346...
Eels to host softball camp (7/23/21)Clay City's softball team, fresh off its state runnerup finish in the 2021 state tournament, will be hosting a softball camp next week for youth entering grades K-8.
Linton hires Harden to be its next head baseball coach (7/23/21)Ever since he was a teenager helping out the Clay Youth League teams, former Northview baseball standout Jacob Harden has known there were two things he wanted to accomplish in the coaching world. The first was to be a part of a collegiate coaching staff, which he did this spring alongside long-time Rose-Hulman head coach Jeff Jenkins...
Northview caps productive summer with scrimmage against Cascade (7/22/21)Unlike last summer, which was put on pause due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Northview’s football team was able to pack in the months of June and July with camps, 7-on-7 tournaments and scrimmages with other schools. On Thursday, the Knights capped their preseason portion of the year with an organized scrimmage with visiting Cascade...
Lady Knights take part in Iron Sharpens Iron camp (7/22/21)Northview’s girls wrestling team recently took part in the 2021 Iron Sharpens Iron camp. While the Lady Knights were there, they were coached by national team member Lauren Louive for the three-day camp. “These girls are hard workers and will achieve their goals,” said Northview girls wrestling coach Sarah Tellechea. “For some, it’s high school state finals. For some [it’s] world team trials.”...
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- Wolfe ready to begin engineering career (7/21/21)
- Payton finds perfect fit with UNC Charlotte (7/20/21)
- Hill named 2020-21 Senior Bowler of the Year (7/19/21)
- CCS approves Simpson memorial scholarship (7/17/21)
- Reinoehl’s Rex experience readies him for fifth year at Franklin (7/16/21)
- Knights kick off 2021 season with controlled scrimmage against South Putnam (7/15/21)
- Harris, Morris, Carr named to IHSBCA All-State teams (7/14/21)
CLAY COUNTY THROUGH THE YEARS: Luke Dyar, Early Pioneer (7/21/21)Luke was born 1762 (DAR records) in Kent County, Delaware. His father seems to be Shederick Dyer, and he had three or four brothers. Records show that Luke paid taxes in the amount of one pound in Misspillion, Delaware. He was a member of the Delaware Revolutionary War Infantry unit. ...
MEETINGS/FOOD GIVEAWAY SCHEDULE (7/20/21)PUBLIC MEETINGS EDITOR’S NOTE: Please send notice of any meetings or food giveaways you would like published in this list to firstname.lastname@example.org. Wednesday, July 28 10 a.m. — A regular meeting of the Brazil Board of Public Works and Safety will take place in the Council Chambers. The public is welcome to attend...
Northview grad Talbot promoted at ISP Putnamville post (7/20/21)Chance Talbot, a 2012 Northview graduate, was recently promoted to the position of Public Information Officer at the Indiana State Police’s Putnamville post where he will work under Sgt. Brooke Edwards, the head PIO. When asked about the placement of APIO Talbot, Warden Dushan Zatecky stated, “I am excited that Lieutenant Talbot was so eager to assist in the APIO role. He has been a great asset to the facility and staff. His desire to learn more drives him and his career...
BRAZIL BUZZ: Mary Lou’s animal adventures (7/18/21)Everyday a little chip.m.unk sits outside my patio doors and stares at me. I wonder what is going on in that little head. Liking the attention from the little rodent, I wave and mouth a few kind words until he scurries away in search of food for his store...
- ‘Pathway to Blue’ program with Indiana State being expanded for 2021-22 (7/18/21)
- CHURCH NEWS July 10, 2021 (7/10/21)
- BRAZIL BUZZ: Ice cream memories (7/10/21)
- Happy 60th Anniversary (7/10/21)
- CHURCH BRIEFS: Sunday, July 4 (7/1/21)
- A ‘grateful’ farewell from ‘The Joy Lady’ (7/1/21)
- WVCF to match donations in YMCA funding drive (6/29/21)
- CLAY COUNTY THROUGH THE YEARS: Early Days of Clay County from the Memory of William McIntyre (6/28/21)
- Clay County Historical Society to have first meeting since 2020 (6/28/21)
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