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Stories from Friday, March 20, 2009

Family affair: Raid nets meth lab, drugs, guns and stolen items (03/20/09)
LEWIS, Ind. -- A lengthy investigation culminated in the discovery of a meth lab, numerous stolen items and the arrest of three family members Friday morning. "This has been an ongoing investigation for quite some time. Investigations in rural areas are difficult to conduct and take time," Clay County Sheriff Mike Heaton said. ...
Meeting a new friend (03/20/09)
Van Buren Elementary students (from left) Kaylea Hayes, 9, and Caitlyn Herron, 10, pet Boer Goat Daisy, as owner Jaclyn Linton holds her. The students paid a visit to the Clay County 4-H Fairgrounds Friday as part of Ag Week to learn more about animals, among other items. ...
Rewarding academic excellence (03/20/09)
CLAY CITY -- Clay City High School students filled the fellowship hall of First United Church of Christ with smiles Thursday, in anticipation of receiving their academic letter awards. "We are so lucky and blessed, to have such a great community that supports us," Clay City High School Principal Jeff Bell said...
Council accepts mowing bid (03/20/09)
Sometimes the biggest reward is the opportunity. During a special meeting Tuesday, the Common Council of the City of Brazil considered options for the mowing of the city's three cemeteries. The council received quotes from Mullenix Lawn Service and Specialty Lawn Care, Inc., both of Brazil. Mullenix's quote was $24,930 for 18 mows on each cemetery while Specialty Lawn Care quotes $23,900 for 23 mows...
Linton named SOCS Interim Superintendent (03/20/09)
A former North Clay Middle School Principal is currently serving as the interim Superintendent of the Spencer-Owen Community School Corporation. Greg Linton was voted by the Spencer-Owen Community School Board of Trustees to fill the position vacated by Marsha Turner-Shear, who submitted her resignation on March 17...
Lewis family arrested Friday morning (03/20/09)
LEWIS, Ind. -- Three members of a rural Lewis family were arrested on numerous drug and theft charges shortly after 7 a.m., Friday, by more than 20 officers of the Clay County Sheriff's Department, several units of Indiana State Police and the United States Marshals Office...
CHURCH NEWS (03/20/09)
Harmony United Methodist Church This morning, the Town and Country United Methodist Men met for Lenten Breakfast at Bethel UMC. I'm sure everyone was filled with good food, fellowship, and a special message from Bill Koehler sharing about his service as a missionary in Hungary. Next week's breakfast will be at Peniel UMC. All are invited and welcome!...
North Clay claims seven champions in WIC runner-up finish (03/20/09)
Staff Report The North Clay wrestling team narrowly missed out on a conference championship earlier this month, placing second to Edgewood's 319.5 points with 295. South Vermillion took third with 278 followed by Owen Valley, Brown County and Sullivan...
Marquette holds off upset bid by Utah State (03/20/09)
By The Associated Press BOISE, Idaho -- Lazar Hayward scored 26 points and Marquette made 10 straight free throws down the stretch to beat Utah State 58-57 Friday in the first round of the West Regional. Jerel McNeal and Wesley Matthews each scored 14 points for sixth-seeded Marquette (25-9), which blew a 14-point lead before rallying from a six-point deficit to win...
Events, Announcements (03/20/09)
The following is a list of upcoming events provided to The Brazil Times: Cemetery notice All public winter decorations at gravesites located at the Center Point Cemetery must be removed by April 1, according to cemetery officials. Decorations that are not removed will be discarded...
PUBLIC RECORD 3-21-09 (03/20/09)
Clay County Courthouse The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse March 19-20: State Criminal Charges Justin R. Sims, 20: Possession of marijuana (two counts) Cindy Huntsman-Blackwell, 52: 1. Resisting law enforcement 2. Operating a vehicle while intoxicated...
Staunton Scene (03/20/09)
STAUNTON FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Sunday School begins at 9:30 a.m., with worship service following at 10:30 a.m. 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...
Meet the Staff of The Brazil Times! (03/20/09)
Meet Brazil Times Classified Advertisement Representative Carrie Somheil. ...
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