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Stories from Monday, April 6, 2009

Easter Egg Hunts scheduled (04/06/09)
The following is a list of upcoming Easter Egg Hunts in Clay County: The hunt will be conducted in the field behind the Lawson-Miller Chapel and Crematory. Grand prizes include a wagon for children up to 4, a bicycle for children ages 5-8 and an Ipod Nano for children ages 9-12...
Area juveniles in custody (04/06/09)
Three Clay County juveniles are in custody on allegations of being involved in a "burglary ring" after local authorities followed up a tip Friday evening. Although details are sketchy due to the ongoing investigation by Brazil City Police and the Clay County Sheriff's departments, officials confirmed to The Brazil Times Monday afternoon three male juveniles, ages 16-17, are being held at an undisclosed juvenile detention facility awaiting formal court appearances and charging in juvenile proceedings in Clay Circuit Court.. ...
Chinook mine rail study underway (04/06/09)
After a long process, the rail study of the Chinook mine area will soon be underway. The Clay County Commissioners conducted a special meeting Monday afternoon to officially kick off the beginning of the project and outline the scope of work through a teleconference with all parties involved...
Raines to be recognized by Pacers (04/06/09)
Although Northview High School senior Spring Raines has received several awards and honors this year, she was unaware of one. The Indiana Pacers and Indiana Fever, in conjunction with the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association, began honoring high school boys' and girls' basketball players this year with a Player of the Week award...
Area woman has day in court (04/06/09)
Clay Superior Court Judge Blaine Akers has taken a negotiated plea agreement under advisory in the case of a rural Clay County woman allegedly involved in a long running "scheme of deception and fraud" committed against her employer. Appearing with her attorney Roscoe Stovall, Sonya M. Stroud, 40, Brazil, entered a preliminary guilty plea as part of a negotiated plea agreement with the Clay County Prosecutor's Office...
Meeting set to discuss smoke-free workplaces (04/06/09)
The Clay County Tobacco Prevention and Cessation Coalition will conduct a Town Hall meeting at 7 p.m., Thursday, April 16, at the YMCA of Clay County, 225 E. Kruzan St., Brazil, to discuss smoke-free workplaces for all Brazil workers. For further information, call Kandace Brown, Clay County Tobacco Prevention and Cessation Coalition, at 812-236-6644...
NHS students give back through blood drive (04/06/09)
More than 160 students at Northview High School elected to take part in a good cause Monday morning. By 8:30 a.m., Monday, 168 students had signed up for a blood drive at the school, which was conducted by the Indiana Blood Center, a non-profit organization based out of Indianapolis...
Computer problems delay Ind. unemployment benefits (04/06/09)
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- The Indiana Department of Workforce Development says slower-than-usual computer processing has delayed unemployment benefits. The department says out-of-work residents will get their benefits posted to their debit cards by 4 p.m. Monday. Agency spokesman Marc Lotter apologized for the delay...
Indiana revenues off 16 percent in March from budget plan (04/06/09)
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- State tax collections for March were $157 million less than what legislators had expected when they wrote the state budget, putting total revenues $755 million behind for the first nine months of the fiscal year. Revenues have fallen short of original targets lawmakers used for the current budget in eight of the nine months of this fiscal year, according to figures released Monday. ...
Christian Nathaniel Norton (04/06/09)
Christian Nathaniel Norton, born April 3, 2009, at Putnam County Hospital, sadly passed away shortly after. Survivors include his parents Nelson Edward and Crystal Lynn Norton, Brazil, brother Steven Kyle Norton and several grandparents, cousins, aunts and uncles...
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