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Stories from Monday, December 1, 2008

Modern home featured on the Tri Kappa Tour (12/01/08)
Our second home featured this week is the home of Craig and Bridget Cook, with daughters Briana and Alli. This modern home was finished in June of 2006. This new style, knob hill brick home was built by a longtime Clay County resident and family friend, Larry Lucas...
First snow of year causes major traffic problems (12/01/08)
By IVY JACKSON Times Staff Reporter Although traffic flowed pretty smoothly throughout Monday as the first snow fell, the onset of night changed everything. Shortly after 7 p.m., 911 dispatchers at the Clay County Justice Center started receiving reports of numerous accidents involving property damage and personal injury reports...
Safe trip home (12/01/08)
Amidst the first real snowfall of the winter season Monday, Instructional Assistant Donna Hofmann helps Meridian Elementary students get bundled up and onto the correct school bus at the end of school day. Kimberly Gleason Photo...
Elderly woman robbed in her own driveway (12/01/08)
After returning home from a shopping trip Monday afternoon, an unidentified elderly woman was robbed of her purse and groceries in the driveway of her Brazil home. Due to the ongoing investigation, officials are not releasing some details at this time...
Road bond for mining company considered (12/01/08)
Medicare enrollment event at Senior Center (12/01/08)
The Medicare Rx Access Network of Indiana will host a free Medicare Part D enrollment and information event Wednesday, from 1-3 p.m., at Clay County Senior Center, 120 S. Franklin St., Brazil. Beneficiaries should bring the following information to the event:...
Santa Claus to visit Clay County YMCA (12/01/08)
Santa Claus will pay a visit to the YMCA of Clay County Saturday. From 9-11 a.m., Santa will visit the YMCA and speak with children. He will also lead the singing of Christmas carols while breakfast is being served. Children will be able to participate in crafts and color Christmas cards for local nursing home residents...
BREAKING NEWS Weather causing havoc on roads (12/01/08)
Officials urge motorists to stay home as the first snowfall of winter causes treacherous driving conditions. Shortly after 8 p.m., Monday, Clay County Sheriff Mike Heaton contacted The Brazil Times to report emergency response personnel were working at least eight traffic accidents throughout Clay County...
BREAKING NEWS Area woman followed, robbed in driveway (12/01/08)
Investigators are asking the public for their help for any information about an afternoon robbery of a Brazil resident at their home around 2 p.m., Monday. Officials at the Brazil City Police Department confirmed to The Brazil Times officers were investigating a report of an incident involving the theft of groceries and an elderly woman's purse from her vehicle in the area of the 600 block of South Alabama Street...
Honor Roll (12/01/08)
NORTHVIEW HIGH SCHOOL Freshman High Distinction Jacob Booker, Shadrac Brattain, Austin Brown, Kyley Clark, Briana Cook, Trisha Cox, Coleman Craig, Erika Disney, Dylan Dyar, Justin Farnsworth, Morgan Holt, Zachary Hull, Damon Hyatt, Emily Latta, Brogan Lucas, Alysha Meyers, Samantha Montague, Emma Nicoson, Kelsey Oehler, Allie Peters, Jennifer Price, Rachel Reese, Dillon Reynolds, Kyle Rice, Krista Stearley, Dustin Stevenson, Ethan Stewart, Clarissa Sullivan, Hillary Thomas, Rachael Thomas, Aubrey Welton, Tyler Wilson. ...
CLUB NEWS (12/01/08)
MODERN HOMEMAKERS CLUB Six members of the Modern Homemakers Club met at noon on Nov. 6, 2008, at the home of Anna Mae Fagg. Since Anna Mae was to present the lesson about Soups, she decided to make soup for our lunch. Her Broccoli Cheese Soup and Potato Soup were delicious and also her white cake. Helen Loughmiller brought her pumpkin pie and Carolyn Tausig made a Mandarin Orange Cake. The lunch around Anna Mae's dining table was delightful and a real treat!...
Art Gallery's Home Tour this weekend (12/01/08)
Catch the Christmas Spirit with two events sponsored by the Art Gallery on the north side of the Historical Square in Rockville. Begin the afternoon viewing five homes. The four occupied homes range in age from 1800-2008 plus the Historical Society's Log cabin will be included in the Tour. Each place has its own distinct personality...
Third quarter spurt sparks Wolverines past Eels (12/01/08)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor CLAY CITY -- Just a year ago White River Valley advanced to the regional championship game during a 19-5 season. On Monday night, the Class A seventh-ranked Wolverines strung together a second half 19-3 run as they pulled away for a 67-42 win over Clay City...
State champion coach placed on administrative leave (12/01/08)
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- Football coach Ty Hunt of Class A champion Indianapolis Ritter has been placed on administrative leave for undisclosed reasons. Raiders athletic director Jim Martin tells The Indianapolis Star there's no timetable for his return, although he is still the school's football coach...
Notre Dame president says its time to cut costs (12/01/08)
By TOM COYNE AP Sports Writer SOUTH BEND -- As Notre Dame's athletic director weighed the future of football coach Charlie Weis, the university's president sent a message to faculty, students and staff telling them the school is being affected by hard economic times and must take steps to save money...
Red Wolves edge Sycamores (12/01/08)
TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (AP) -- Arkansas State's Donald Boone had 26 points Monday night and scored the winning basket with 43 seconds left in a 56-54 victory over winless Indiana State. Boone, who came off the bench, hit 10 of 13 shots and was the only player for the Red Wolves (5-1) scoring in double figures. JeJuan Brown added seven points, while Ifeanyi Koggu had nine assists and Eric McKinney had five blocked shots...
Giants' Burress posts $100,000 bail (12/01/08)
By COLLEEN LONG Associated Press Writer NEW YORK -- Taken to court in handcuffs, Plaxico Burress posted $100,000 bail on weapons possession charges Monday as the frenzy grew around the Giants star receiver who accidentally shot himself in a nightclub...
Freeney, Mathis provide stability on Colts' defense (12/01/08)
By MICHAEL MAROT AP Sports Writer INDIANAPOLIS -- Dwight Freeney and Robert Mathis can deliver knockout punches faster than anyone on Indianapolis' defense. Using speed and leverage to get past much larger offensive linemen, they schedule regular meetings in opposing backfields and routinely turn carefully calculated game plans into utter chaos...
Ruth S. Van Horn (12/01/08)
Ruth S. Van Horn, 84, Brazil, died Nov. 30, 3:47 p.m., at Cloverleaf Healthcare Facility, following a short illness. She was born June 2, 1924, in Cullman, Ala., the daughter of Charles and Lena Jones Sawyer. On Aug. 20, 1944, she married Glenn A. Van Horn. ...
PUBLIC RECORD 12-02-08 (12/01/08)
Clay County Courthouse The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse Dec. 1: Clay Superior Court - Civil Livingston Financial, LLC Vs. Karen R. Altemiller: Civil Collections Arrow Financial Services, LLC Vs. Roy Jones Jr.: Civil Collections...
Property Tax Relief (12/01/08)
For most in the area, property taxes either were recently paid or due soon. Statewide, most residential properties saw decreases while agricultural land saw increases. While this week's topic is not devoted to understanding your property tax bill, one could visit www.agecon.purdue.edu/crd/Localgov/index... to better understand a property tax bill...
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