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Stories from Tuesday, November 11, 2008

County residents salute Veterans (11/11/08)
Giving thanks. That was the main theme Tuesday during the annual Veterans Day program, which took place at the Clay County Courthouse. When he approached the podium to speak, V.F.W. Post 1127 Commander Les Walden didn't mince words. He told the people in attendance of a anonymous letter he received while at work Monday, which described what a veteran is. He then asked all at the ceremony to thank veterans for their service...
Veteran speaks to Staunton Elementary students (11/11/08)
Sgt. 1st Class Ron Horrall was given an offer he couldn't refuse. His daughters and the Staunton Elementary student council asked him to explain the importance of Veteran's Day to their school Tueday. Horrall is the father of fifth-grader Gabby and first-grader Isabella...
Van Buren students pay tribute to veterans (11/11/08)
"Memorial Day is for those that are gone, Veterans Day honors those who are still here," Retired Col. Dave Shorter told students at Van Buren Elementary. Shorter talked to the crowd about what it is like to be a veteran Monday morning. "Most veterans will have to think about it, because while they served their country they only thought about protecting their families and the people in the United States," he said. "Veterans have and will continue to work."...
New program could alleviate fears of Alzheimer's (11/11/08)
What to do when a person suffering from Alzheimer's disease, dementia or memory loss becomes lost is a fear for many families. However, a new identification program sponsored by the Clay County Health Center (CCHC) could help alleivate those fears. "The Home Again program will help families have some peace of mind in the event a loved one wanders or gets lost," CCHC Director of Marketing Kimmi Lee recently told The Brazil Times. ...
School board to meet Thursday (11/11/08)
The Clay Community School Corporation will conduct a regular session school board meeting on Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in the media center at North Clay Middle School. The following is a list of items included on the agenda: Also there will be the approval of the construction timeline and authorization of the construction team to proceed with the schematic design of all projects and a resolution approving issuance of general obligation bonds and a financial advisor for the general obligation bonds...
IDOE sets up area workshop (11/11/08)
Julie McFadden, Reading First Coach with the Indiana Department of Education: Division of Early Learning and Literacy, will provide a workshop for early childhood teachers pre-kindergarten-first-grade, support staff, First Steps and child care providers...
Holly Hill Happenings (11/11/08)
Holly Hill Healthcare's annual Halloween costume contest presented the residents with several to choose from. This year's winner was Emily Barnett, LPN.
Guest lecturer (11/11/08)
Dr. Miranda Goodale DPM recently provided a lecture to ISU athletic training students on biomechanics and orthotics of the foot. Dr. Goodale owns Clay County Podiatry LLC in Brazil.
American Aikido Institute of Brazil has promotion test (11/11/08)
On Nov. 3, 2008, the American Aikido Institute of Brazil, 2 E. National Ave., had a promotion test. Holding their certificates (front row) are Scott Hamilton, promoted to 2nd Kyu Brown Belt; Josh Gregg, promoted to Kyu White Belt; (second row) Curt Madsen and Landon Herbert, both assisting with the test; (third row) Nicholas Farha, Garry Howard and Justen Gibbens, all assisting with the test...
CLUB NEWS (11/11/08)
TRI KAPPA ASSOCIATE The Beta Chapter of the Brazil Associates of Tri Kappa met Monday evening, Nov. 3, at the Brazil Public Library. The First Methodist Church's Sarah Circle prepared a delicious dinner of Turkey tetrazinni, greenbeans, salad, and a cranberry jello salad, rolls, and assorted desserts. Drinks of coffee, tea and water were also served. The meal was served in one of the Library's meeting rooms...
Brazil man arrested in Greene County for theft (11/11/08)
BLOOMFIELD -- A 32-year-old Brazil man who took a ride through Greene County in a stolen vehicle wound up in jail recently and is now facing numerous charges. Justin D. Norris was arrested by Greene County Sheriff's Deputy Chris McDonald after he was stopped after 10 p.m., Friday, near QV Automotive on State Road 54 east of Bloomfield...
Tuesday high school scores (11/11/08)
Tuesday's scores By The Associated Press GIRLS' BASKETBALL Beech Grove 56, Cascade 52 Bellmont 34, Ft. Wayne Concordia 31 Blackford 39, Bluffton 28 Bloomington South 53, Edgewood 31 Borden 66, W. Washington 19 Centerville 66, Richmond 49 Concord 67, S. Bend Riley 58...
Basketball season begins for area high school grads (11/11/08)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor Chilly temperatures and the rapidly nearing joys of turkey and stuffing for Thanksgiving means basketball season is upon us. For several local athletes the collegiate hardwood season has gotten underway with either practice or exhibition games already...
Ball State remains unbeaten with win over Miami (Ohio) (11/11/08)
By JOE KAY AP Sports Writer OXFORD, Ohio -- For the first time in its history, Ball State is a perfect 10. Nate Davis threw for a touchdown and ran for another in a quick-strike offense, and the 14th-ranked Cardinals stayed unbeaten by wearing down the Miami RedHawks for a 31-16 victory Tuesday night...
Hoosiers end exhibition slate with win (11/11/08)
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) -- Malik Story scored 15 points, and Indiana defeated Bemidji State 72-54 to finish its exhibition season unbeaten. Tom Pritchard and Nick Williams each scored 12 points for the Hoosiers on Tuesday night. Brady Faribanks scored 14 points and Seth Haake added 12 for Bemidji State...
Weis confident he's the man for Notre Dame (11/11/08)
By TOM COYNE AP Sports Writer SOUTH BEND -- Amid growing fan discontent, Charlie Weis insisted Notre Dame is on the right path and he is the coach to lead the Fighting Irish out of their latest rut. "I'm confident that the program is going to go where we all want it to go. That's as honest as I can be," Weis said Tuesday. "Because I think we have pretty good players. When you have pretty good players, you have a chance to be pretty good."...
Big hits create big confusion for NFL (11/11/08)
By EDDIE PELLS AP National Writer The NFL has always known how violence is inherent and celebrated in its sport -- from the once-famous "Jacked Up" segments on ESPN, to the still-famous "Hit Stick" on the "Madden NFL '09" video game and the dozens of "greatest hits" videos...
Giants' Lincecum wins NL Cy Young (11/11/08)
By MIKE FITZPATRICK AP Baseball Writer NEW YORK -- Tim Lincecum won the National League Cy Young Award by a comfortable margin Tuesday, taking home pitching's highest honor in his second major league season. The slender kid with the whirling windup joined Mike McCormick (1967) as the only San Francisco Giants pitchers to win a Cy Young...
WYATT CHARLES DOTSON (11/11/08)
McCauley, Maddy, Madison and Rooster would like to announce the birth of their brother, Wyatt Charles Dotson. Wyatt was born on Aug. 13, 2008, at 10:22 p.m., at Terre Haute Regional Hospital. He weighed 7 pounds, 15 ounces and was 21 inches long. Proud parents are Chuck and Stacy Dotson...
GRACIE MARIE REAGIN (11/11/08)
Alan and Ashley Reagin, Cory, would like to announce the birth of their daughter, Gracie Marie Reagin. Gracie was born on Aug. 16, 2008, at 2:07 a.m., at Union Hospital. She weighed 6 pounds, 13 ounces and was 20.5 inches long. Maternal grandparents are Marla and Raymond Day, Brazil...
MR. AND MRS. MICHAEL VIROSTKO (11/11/08)
Jessica Lynn Lohrman and Michael Leighton Virostko were united in marriage on Oct. 19, 2008, in Texas. A ceremony was held locally, in the gazebo at Forest Park on Nov. 1. Marvin Miller officiated the ceremony. Jessica is the daughter of James V. Lohrman and Robin Alexander. Her attendants were Marissa Frederick, maid of honor; Brittany Inman, bridesmaid; and Cynthia Alexander, flower girl...
MAYME 'ROSE' JOHNSON AND JAMES R. COX SR. (11/11/08)
The children of Mayme 'Rose' Johnson and James R. Cox Sr., Brazil, would like to announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their parents, on Sunday, Nov. 23, 2008, at 2 p.m., at the Harmony United Methodist Church. A reception will follow at the American Legion Post 2, 1015 S. Forest Ave., Brazil...
PUBLIC RECORD 11-12-08 (11/11/08)
Clay County Courthouse The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse Nov. 7-10: Clay Superior Court - Civil Atlantic Credit and Finance, Inc. Vs. William D. Archer: Civil Collections American Acceptance Company, LLC Vs. Tim Lunsford: Civil Collections...