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Stories from Monday, February 9, 2009

Areas in Forest Park going smoke-free (02/09/09)
Certain areas in Forest Park are going smoke-free. Thanks to a 3-0 vote by the Brazil City Parks Board recently, areas near the pavilion, band shell, softball diamond and playground area will be smoke-free. Board president Ruth Ann Jefferies said the park board voted 3-0 in favor of the decision. Board member Linda Messmer was not in attendance at the meeting, which took place Feb. 4, but Jefferies said she was certain Messmer would have voted in favor of the measure...
Area home catches on fire (02/09/09)
Former Sheriff to speak at Senior Center (02/09/09)
Former Clay County Sheriff Rob Carter Jr., who currently serves as the director of the Indiana Department of Natural Resources, will speak at the Clay County Senior Center, 120 S. Franklin St., Brazil, Monday, Feb. 16, at 7 p.m. The event is being sponsored by the Clay County Republican Club. The public is invited to attend...
NHS band boosters to have chicken noodle dinner Sunday (02/09/09)
The Northview High School Band Boosters will conduct their 21st Chicken Noodle Dinner and Pops Concert Sunday at the high school. Serving will take place from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. The menu will consist of chicken and noodles, mashed potatoes, green beans, cole slaw or applesauce, rolls and a dessert...
City Police investigating 'odd' robbery (02/09/09)
The Brazil City Police Department is currently investigating a strange robbery report that took place at a local home Saturday evening. Brazil Police Chief Dave Archer told The Brazil Times it was one of the oddest he's heard reported in a while. According to information provided by the department, the unidentified victim reported to authorities that an unknown female came to the door of their residence around 8:30 p.m., Saturday...
North Clay seventh-grade girls clip Eagles (02/09/09)
By CAREY FOX Sports Editor The North Clay seventh-grade girls' basketball team bounced back from its first loss of the season by knocking off visiting South Putnam in a pair of games. The Knights scored the first 21 points of the game in the 'A' contest on the way to a 38-7 victory...
Everybody's a player in rough, tough Big Ten (02/09/09)
By RUSTY MILLER AP Sports Writer Fans have learned several things from the Big Ten race so far: No team is invincible, there are no soft touches, there are plenty of hard fouls and the league is full of quality teams. It all makes for an interesting final month in the battle-tested Big Ten...
Dumes again apologizes for flagrant foul (02/09/09)
By MICHAEL MAROT AP Sports Writer BLOOMINGTON -- Devan Dumes would have done anything to focus on just basketball Monday. Instead, the humbled junior guard was apologizing in front of reporters. One day after coach Tom Crean suspended the Hoosiers' top scorer for throwing flagrant elbows at Michigan State, Dumes answered his first questions about what prompted his actions and subsequent ejection Saturday at Michigan State...
In the pits: Ageless Martin making a run at history (02/09/09)
By JENNA FRYER AP Auto Racing Writer DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Mark Martin works out almost daily and scrutinizes everything he eats -- dedication that has the 50-year-old driver in top physical condition. He knows that intense focus on personal health won't forever stave off the affects of aging. Eventually, his eyesight my fade or his coordination will drop just a tick...
Woods' wife gives birth to second child (02/09/09)
By DOUG FERGUSON AP Golf Writer The uncertainty facing Tiger Woods at the start of the year is almost cleared up. He is practicing at full strength with no restrictions, and playing golf at his home course in Florida. He became a father again when his wife gave birth to a boy on Sunday -- Charlie Axel Woods...
A-Rod admits using performance enhancing drugs (02/09/09)
By RONALD BLUM AP Baseball Writer NEW YORK -- Already the highest-paid player, Alex Rodriguez wanted to prove himself one of the greatest. Instead, he wound up atop another list: the highest-profile player to confess to cheating in baseball's steroids era...
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