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Stories from Sunday, January 18, 2009

UPDATE: Carbon water back on (01/18/09)
CARBON -- Water in the Carbon area was turned back on Sunday afternoon after being shut off earlier in the day. Carbon Town Marshal and water department representative Ron Keen said a main line in one of the outlining areas of town was leaking and was shut off around 11 a.m., Sunday...
No Paper Monday (01/18/09)
Due to the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday Monday, The Brazil Times will not publish a newspaper. However, the county-wide newspaper that normally is published Monday will be published Tuesday. For more information, call 446-2216.
Raines breaks NHS scoring mark (01/18/09)
On Saturday, Northview High School senior Spring Raines broke a school record. Raines became Northview's all-time leading scorer in girls' basketball with 1,351 points, surpassing Julia Whitted's old mark Raines achieved the mark in the first quarter of Saturday's contest against Terre Haute North...
Crowned! (01/18/09)
Clay City High School senior Stephanie Granger stands proudly amongst her peers after being crowned Homecoming Queen During Clay City's home basketball game Saturday. She was escorted by senior Levi Seymour.
Leak causes water shutdown in Carbon (01/18/09)
CARBON -- For now, residents of Carbon will have to look for other ways to get a drink of water rather than use the faucet. At approximately 11 a.m., Sunday, water was shut off in the town due to a slow leak. "It's leaking somewhere and we can't find it," Carbon Town Marshal and water department representative Ron Keen said. "It's leaking underground somewhere."...
Statehouse Report (01/18/09)
INDIANAPOLIS -- The General Assembly began its second week with a number of ceremonial activities, including the inauguration of our state's leaders and a joint session between the Indiana House and Senate to hear the annual State of the State address by Gov. Mitch Daniels...
January 2009

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