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Stories from Friday, August 12, 2005

Clay Community Schools superintendent learns contract won't be renewed (08/12/05)
By FRANK PHILLIPS frankphi@hotmail.com William Schad learned Friday morning he will no longer be superintendent of Clay Community Schools after his contract expires on June 30, 2006. Schad said School Board President Steven Grigsby and Board Member Joseph Thomas informed him of the board's decision...
Mail subscribers sometimes face delivery dilemmas (08/12/05)
Illustration Mail deliveries aren't always timely, including newspapers, say subscribers of The Brazil Times. Many times people who have previously lived in Brazil want to continue receiving The Brazil Times. The newspaper office mails about 220 papers each day to people in other Indiana counties and states who have their subscription sent to them via the U.S. Postal Service...
German marches featured in concert (08/12/05)
The Brazil Concert Band, under the direction of Matthew Huber, will present "German Musikfest 2005" on Sunday at the Forest Park Bandshell or Pavilion if rain. This special edition concert will begin at 7:15 p.m. At 7:15, the band will roam around Forest Park playing traditional Oktoberfest favorites...
School board approves policies (08/12/05)
The following businesswas transacted at the school board meeting Thursday: Budget advertisement approved The board granted permission for the first publication of the budget for public viewing on Aug. 17, and a second publication date on Aug. 24 per state regulations with a public budget hearing scheduled for Monday, Aug. 29...
Road construction continues (08/12/05)
Heavy equipment waits on Thursday afternoon for the reconstruction work to continue on Wheeler Street between U.S. 40 and Jackson Street. Construction was expected to be completed by 6 p.m. today, but Mayor Tom Arthur said Thursday construction may continue into next week...
Students may pick up school schedules (08/12/05)
North Clay Middle School Student Schedules Students at North Clay Middle School need to pick up their schedules before the start of school on Wednesday, Aug. 17. - Grade 7 and 8 students can visit North Clay Middle School to buy P.E. uniforms, pay book rentals and pick up their schedules and ID/lunch cards at the bookstore on Friday, Aug. 12th between noon and 6 p.m...
Oak Ridge golf league (08/12/05)
The Oak Ridge Ladies golf league recently completed their season. (Front row) Sandy Swindle, Sarah Cuvelier and Mary Jane Willoughby. (Back row) Roberta Weliever, Judie Dierdorf, Karen Hopkins and Kathy Bridgewater.
Northview returns for win at Forest Park Golf Course (08/12/05)
The Northview Knights got a welcome trip back to their home course on Thursday afternoon, earning a win at Forest Park over Linton and Cloverdale in a 9-hole match. The Knights recorded a team score of 159 to defeat Linton's 204. Cloverdale also shot a 204, but the Miners were the winners based on their fifth score. The Clovers did not have a fifth golfer on the team...
JOHN BARBRE COLEMAN (08/12/05)
John Barbre Coleman, 79, widower of the late Margaret Harrison Coleman, died Thursday, August 11, 2005, in Terre Haute, Indiana. He was born September 1, 1925, to John Ernest and Martha Barbre Coleman in Evansville, Indiana, and was reared in childhood by his aunt, Zoe Barbre in Farmersburg, Indiana...
MARILYN ALICE WINN (08/12/05)
Marilyn Alice Winn, age 72, of Brazil, died at 12:54 a.m. Thursday morning at St. Vincent Clay Hospital. Marilyn was born December 14, 1932, in Corydon, IN. She was the daughter of Ewin and Irene Anderson Berg. Marilyn had worked as a nursing home administrator for several years and also had a business breeding and raising Yorkshire and Maltese puppies. She enjoyed needlework and had been a member of the Clay County Republican Club...