[The Brazil Times nameplate] Fair ~ 69°F  
High: 66°F ~ Low: 45°F
Monday, Oct. 20, 2014

Stories from Tuesday, August 29, 2006

It's in place! (08/29/06)
Diane Dierks photos (Top) Cranes set the first span of the restored Bridgeton Bridge framework in place Monday morning. (Bottom) Hundreds of school children lined the banks of Big Raccoon Creek at Bridgeton Monday morning and observed the placement of the newly constructed double span covered bridge. They were all excited to be out of school for the day in order to take advantage of this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to witness history in the making...
Harshbarger recognized as Master Sharpener (08/29/06)
By DIANE DIERKS cddierks@yahoo.com Bill Harshbarger of Center Point received the Master's Award for Sheep Shearing and Sharpening at this year's 150th annual Indiana State Fair. According to the Indiana State Fair Master's Program, recipients of the award "represent long standing family traditions of exhibiting at the Fair and receiving top honors." The Master's Award program is sponsored by the Indiana State Fair, the Indiana Arts Commission, the National Endowment for the Arts, Indiana University and Traditional Arts Indiana.. ...
100 percent participation (08/29/06)
Ivy Herron photo The United Way of Clay County recognized local companies for their participation during last year's campaign during the 2006/07 annual kick-off luncheon Friday. Secretary Jeff Deakins presented Amos Thomas with an award for 100 percent Employee Participation at Thomas and Thomas Law Offices...
Tabasco named Community Correction executive (08/29/06)
Ivy Herron photo Lee Reberger and Johnny Tabasco discuss a home detention case. By IVY HERRON missivy1964@yahoo.com John Tabasco has "worked his way up the ranks" to become the new executive director of the Clay County Community Correction. "All my life I've wanted to invest 100 percent of myself into something that I believed in, something that was good for my community. ...
Eels take two at Bloomfield volleyball tourney (08/29/06)
Staff Reports Clay City's volleyball team remained perfect at 5-0 with a two game sweep at the Bloomfield Tournament, 25-14, 25-4 over North Knox and 25-14, 25-18 against Bloomfield. For the Eels, Ashley McCullough had 17 kills, eight service points and five blocks while Sarah Kennedy added nine points and six kills to go with seven digs. Angie Camp contributed five points, eight kills and seven digs while Courtney Dayhuff had 19 assists...
Knights and Eels get off to a quick start in cross country (08/29/06)
By CAREY FOX Redwood17257@yahoo.com Early in the 2006 cross country season it has become apparent that both Northview and Clay City have done plenty of work to improve over the offseason. For the Clay City boys team, four of their top five runners return following a trip to semistate last year...
HAZEL ROGERS (08/29/06)
Hazel Rogers, 92, of Brazil passed away Aug. 25, 2006, at Holly Hill Health Care. She was born Oct. 16, 1913. She dedicated most of her time caring for her home and family. She was married to Sylvester Rogers who preceded her in death. She is survived by a sister in law Willa Mae Allen and a niece Charlene Head...