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Stories from Wednesday, January 9, 2008

Relay For Life about to kickoff (01/09/08)
Preparations are underway for the American Cancer Society's 2008 Clay County Relay For Life. "Relay is not just for team members. It's not just about raising money," Chairperson Kathy White said. "It's about coming together as a community to take up the fight against cancer."...
Soldier's wife staying close with husband (01/09/08)
Janet and John Hagemier have been married for five years. For 16 years, John has been a member of the National Guard. Like many others, John's National Guard unit -- based out of Terre Haute -- is attached to the 76th Brigade Combat Team, which was recently deployed...
Fifth-graders to see dangers of smoking (01/09/08)
The next great artist in Clay County could see his or her artwork on billboards soon. The Clay County Health Department is sponsoring a poster contest in all of the fifth-grade classrooms in addition to a smoking prevention workshop. Linda Messmer from the Health Department will be giving 30-minute presentations to fifth-graders this week and next about the dangers of smoking...
Vehicle damage (01/09/08)
Brazil City Police officer promoted to sergeant (01/09/08)
The newest shift sergeant at the Brazil City Police Department has a familiar face. Police Chief Terry Harrison swore in Patrolman Dennis Archer as sergeant before during Tuesday's Board of Public Works and Safety meeting in the Council Chambers at City Hall...
City Council finalizes tax warrant (01/09/08)
The Common Council of the City of Brazil received the final details regarding a tax anticipation warrant during Tuesday night's meeting. The warrant allows the city to be loaned money for a period of time until tax money is collected. During a special meeting Dec. 18, the council chose First Financial Bank for the loan as they provided the lowest bid, at 3.61 percent, for the interest rate...
Northview girls win on the road at Cascade (01/09/08)
Times Staff Report CASCADE -- Making the most of their trips to the free throw, the Northview Knights scored a 59-49 win over Cascade on Tuesday night. Stormi Raines hit all 13 of her free throw attempts and the team was 21-of-24 overall in winning its fifth game of the year...
Sycamores become Drake's 12th victim in a row (01/09/08)
DES MOINES, Iowa -- Jonathan Cox scored 18 points and grabbed 14 rebounds to help Drake tie a school record with its 12th straight victory, 75-50 over Indiana State on Wednesday night. Leonard Houston added 15 points for the Bulldogs (13-1, 4-0 Missouri Valley Conference), who continued the best start in school history. Picked to finish ninth in the league, the Bulldogs now are one of two MVC teams still unbeaten in conference play...
Terre Haute driver advances at Chili Bowl Nationals (01/09/08)
Times Staff Report The 22nd-Annual Chili Bowl Midget Nationals got underway on Tuesday night and Indiana natives fared well. West Terre Haute's Blake Fitzpatrick won his heat race to advance to the A-Main in which the top-15 advanced to the qualifying nights...
PUBLIC RECORD 1-10 (01/09/08)
Clay County Courthouse The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse Jan. 9: Clay Superior Court -- Civil Kevin Armitage Vs. Apex Automation, Inc., and Swindell Dressler International Co.: Civil Collections Marriage License Applications...
Harmony Happenings (01/09/08)
Sorry there was no column last week. I wrote it, but my Internet provider was down. When I opened The Times on Thursday, I was surprised that there was no Harmony Happening. We tried again for Friday, but the system was still not responding. Thanks to Robin for trying to help...
Brazil Buzz (01/09/08)
January is a good time to do some of those household chores that I won't have time to do in the springtime. I don't waste my precious time, burying my head in a pillow, until almost noon, burrowed in under a granny quilt. I have no need to allow cabin fever to overwhelms me...