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Stories from Friday, February 20, 2009

Good for the body and mind (02/20/09)
There is a local option for residents seeking to improve both physical and mental health. The American Aikido Institute, 2 E. National Ave., Brazil, has been teaching the martial arts skill Aikido to community members since 1994. Aikido, a Japanese martial art form translates to mean, "the way of harmonious spirit."...
Quiz Bowl teams win first, second (02/20/09)
The Northview WIC Academic Quiz Bowl Teams recently competed at Sullivan High School and brought home first and second place, respectively. "The WIC competitions are a 'trivia format,' Northview sponsor Michele Hunter said. "The students don't know the questions or category. It is all general knowledge and can be anything."...
Charges filed in incest case (02/20/09)
Two Clay County siblings were recently arrested amid strange allegations of rape, consensual sex, false reporting and incest. Arrest warrants for two class C felony charges of incest were issued recently for both Timothy J. Mendenhall, 45, Brazil, and Belinda M. Lafary, 43, Harmony, after officials from the Clay County Sheriff's Department filed a probable cause affidavit in the case which was initially a rape report...
Donation! (02/20/09)
The Brazil Rotary Club recently donated $1,000 to the YMCA of Clay County's 2009 Strong Kids Campaign. On hand for the celebration, which took place Wednesday at the Coffee Cup Restaurant, were Rotary Club President Rob Dispennett (left) and YMCA Director Chad Zaucha. Courtesy Photo...
Free child fingerprinting (02/20/09)
The Free Masons and members of the sheriff's department will be providing free child identification kits through the child identification program (CHIPs) program ran by the Indiana Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons at the Brazil National Guard Armory during the Clay County Business Showcase from 9 a.m.-1 p.m., Saturday...
Harmony United Methodist Women (02/20/09)
Harmony United Methodist Women met in Fellowship Hall at the church on Jan. 26. New President Sheila Termeer opened the meeting with prayer. Gail Roach distributed the minutes. Barbara Pell was the hostess and served a delicious ham and cheese soup, fruit, and cookies. Gail tried to show a DVD on the Methodist Women's worldwide organization but the player was not cooperative. That lesson will be used for the next meeting...
CHURCH NEWS (02/20/09)
Harmony United Methodist Church What a great evening we had on Tuesday as we heard author Philip Gulley read a couple of stories from his new book, "I Love You Miss Huddleston." His stories of living in a small town with all the folks and situations that arise really sounded familiar. It's fun to look back and laugh as we recall old memories...
Author visits Harmony to promote newest book (02/20/09)
Author Philip Gulley paid a visit to the Harmony United Methodist Church Tuesday evening to discuss his latest novel, "I Love You Miss Hudleston." Gulley has a series of books called, "Hometown Harmony," giving reason to stop by Clay County. While at the church Tuesday evening, Gulley discussed his new book in addition to several of his older novels...
Knights squeeze past visiting Eels (02/20/09)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor Very rarely does a team coming in on an eight-game win streak have the feel of an underdog, but that was the feeling as Clay City squared off against an 8-11 Northview squad on a modest two-game streak. Northview had never lost to a Clay City squad, but the 1A vs. 4A battle lived up to expectations for nearly everyone looking for an entertaining battle...
Friday's high school basketball scores (02/20/09)
Friday's Scores By The Associated Press BOYS' BASKETBALL Adams Central 53, S. Adams 46 Anderson 70, New Castle 57 Angola 55, Eastside 45 Argos 50, Glenn 49 Austin 61, Seymour 60 Avon 59, McCutcheon 57 Barr-Reeve 61, Vincennes Rivet 52 Batesville 63, Jennings Co. 57...
Glavine back to Braves (02/20/09)
By The Associated Press Tom Glavine is ready for another try in Atlanta. Orlando Hudson is set to start over with the Los Angeles Dodgers. A month shy of turning 43, Glavine completed a $1 million, one-year contract Friday to play again for the Braves...
Pacers hold off Timberwolves (02/20/09)
By DAVE CAMPBELL AP Sports Writer MINNEAPOLIS -- Marquis Daniels filled in for injured All-Star Danny Granger just fine, scoring 24 points in Granger's place in the starting lineup and leading the Indiana Pacers past the Minnesota Timberwolves 112-105 on Friday night...
Mary Elizabeth Boyce (02/20/09)
Mary Elizabeth Boyce, 75, Greenwood, Ind., formerly of Brazil, died at 1:50 a.m., Monday, Feb. 16, 2009, in Greenwood. She was born Feb. 17, 1933, in Brazil, as the daughter of Ray and Ora Raab Marks. She graduated from Brazil High School and Ball State University. She was a homemaker who had also worked at WBOW Radio Station, Terre Haute. She enjoyed nature, history, reading and needlework...
PUBLIC RECORD 2-21-09 (02/20/09)
Clay County Courthouse The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse Feb. 20: Clay Circuit Court -- Civil Worldwide Asset Purchasing, LLC Vs. Jeffrey D. Rothrock: Civil Collections Joseph Cottrell and First Acceptance Services Vs. Ashie Scott: Civil Tort...
Staunton Scene (02/20/09)
STAUNTON FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Sunday School begins at 9:30 a.m., with worship service gollowing at 10:30. Doug Parkey is the minister. If you need transportation to morning worship service, please phone the church office at 446-3211. The bus is wheel-chair equipped. Children's Church and Wee Worship meet at 10:30 a.m., in the Educational building. Sunday evening service and youth groups meet at 6 p.m., Wednesday evening. Bible Study and Prayer Group meets at 7 p.m...
Meet the Staff of The Brazil Times! (02/20/09)
Meet Brazil Times' Advertising Manager John York! ...
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