[The Brazil Times nameplate] Overcast ~ 31°F  
High: 37°F ~ Low: 24°F
Sunday, Dec. 28, 2014

Stories from Monday, January 30, 2006

CLIFF (01/30/06)
A new program at the Wabash Valley Correctional Facility is mixing all the ingredients to help known methamphetamine users gain knowledge and skills needed to re-enter society. CLIFF, Clean Lifestyle Is Freedom Forever, is a program for inmates at the WVCF that are in the last 3 years of their sentence...
(01/30/06)
A new program at the Wabash Valley Correctional Facility is mixing all the ingredients to help known methamphetamine users gain knowledge and skills needed to re-enter society. CLIFF, Clean Lifestyle Is Freedom Forever, is a program for inmates at the WVCF that are in the last 3 years of their sentence...
Judge Robert A. Pell is candidate for Clay Circuit Court Judge (01/30/06)
Editor's note: Candidates are invited to submit statements announcing their candidacy. These will be printed as submitted. Announcements should be addressed to the attention of the editor, The Brazil Times. Photos will be copied and used in news stories, as needed...
Legislators inform, answer questions in local cracker barrel Saturday at Cory (01/30/06)
State legislators representing constituents in Clay County participated in a "crackerbarrel" forum Saturday at the Cory Volunteer Fire House. Hosted by Clay County Farm Bureau, the event gave those in attendance an opportunity to meet their representatives in Indianapolis face-to-face. ...
Knights celebrate homecoming with WIC wins (01/30/06)
Carey Fox photo Northview senior center Julie Whitted (#55) scores two of her 25 points to go with 12 rebounds and seven blocks. Knights celebrate homecoming with WIC wins - Boys win 2 OT thriller; girls clinch share of WIC title - Emotions were running high at Northview High School on Friday night as Winter Homecoming was celebrated and by the end of 12 periods of basketball, the Knights could celebrate two big basketball victories...
Northview grapplers looking to take next step (01/30/06)
Carey Fox photo Beau Pingleton (right) prepares to pin down a win earlier this year. Pingleton is a No. 3 seed for the Knights in the sectional today. 'This time its for real' might be an appropriate mantra for this weekend's Northview Wrestling Sectional. Because unlike all the dual matches, invites, tournaments and conference matches, the sectional means you wrestle your best or you might go home...
Clay City evens record (01/30/06)
The Clay City Eels rebounded from a tough loss on Friday night to North Daviess to down visiting White River Valley on Saturday, 42-38. The low scoring affair saw the Eels survive a third quarter rally by the Wolverines. White River Valley overcame a six point deficit at halftime to knot the score at 27 apiece, but the Eels outlasted their counterparts for the win...
Northview sweeps to wins over West Vigo (01/30/06)
The Northview boys and girls basketball teams both captured meaningful wins in a Saturday double-header at West Vigo. The Lady Knights (12-6) clinched a Western Indiana Conference championship with a 73-31 victory over the Vikings, while the Northview men scratched their way back to the .500 mark, improving their record to 8-8 with a 57-49 win...
Sectional full of big moments for the Knights (01/30/06)
It was only fitting on Saturday that Northview's wrestling team earned a another chance to compete as a team. It has been a team-first mentality that has honed these wrestlers into the competitors that took the mat on Saturday in the sectional and who, with a second place team score, will advance to the Seymour Regional as a group. The season has been tough in stretches as injuries have forced the team to scramble, and band together for victories...
Knights place 2nd to move on to regional level (01/30/06)
Carey Fox photos Top photo: Chris Craft (in white) rolls Sullivan's Shane McNeeley onto his back for a pin during the closing moments of the sectional final on Saturday. Bottom photo: Zach Stultz catches some air following a semifinal win over Owen Valley's Chase Snodgrass. Stultz went on to place second in the sectional...