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Stories from Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Bringing the courts to the classroom (04/29/09)
One local judge is preparing to hit the road to speak with students about the legal system as part of the newly created Indiana Judges Speakers Bureau. "I look forward to meeting with schools throughout the state to make students more aware of the functions of the judiciary in and out of the courtroom," Clay Superior Court Judge J. Blaine Akers said...
Student enjoys time at leadership forum (04/29/09)
A fifth-grade student from Staunton Elementary recently returned from a trip to Washington D.C. Ashley Nichole Brown received an invitation to the People to People World Leadership Forum, which took place in Washington D.C., March 23-28. "It was so much fun," Brown said. "I was sad to come home."...
Local health officials staying informed about swine flu (04/29/09)
Although there have been no reported cases of swine flu in Clay County, the county health department is staying in contact with the Indiana Department of Health regarding the issue. "We will keep the local media informed of the current health status and any changes," Clay County Health Officer Dr. Rahim Farid told The Brazil Times. "We understand that this is a serious concern, but there is no reason for alarm or panic."...
Learning from Mother Goose (04/29/09)
Mother Goose was on the loose in Clay County Wednesday. Rachel Dillon-Myers, facilitator of the Vigo County Public Library's Mother Goose on the Loose program, shared the program with children at the Clay County Linking Education to Adults, Adolescents and Preschoolers (LEAAP) Center...
Water leak found, no boil order issued (04/29/09)
Mayor Ann Bradshaw confirmed to The Brazil Times Thursday evening a water leak was discovered in an 8-inch line near the intersection of Chestnut and Warren streets just after 6 p.m. Shortly after 8:30 p.m., Brazil City Water Superintendent Jake Raubuch told The Times the water department was digging up the area to locate the line and residents near Chestnut, Warren and Sherman streets were without water services because they had shut off valves in the area...
Events, announcements 4-30-09 (04/29/09)
The following is a list of upcoming events provided to The Brazil Times: Parade Forms Online An entry form for this year's VFW Loyalty Day Parade is now available online. Visit www.thebraziltimes.com and click on 2009 Loyalty Day Parade Entry Form label under the "Forms" header on the left side of the page to enter and for more information about the event, which will take place Saturday, May 9...
UPDATE: Limited number of residents affected by water leak (04/29/09)
BREAKING NEWS: Water leak found in Brazil (04/29/09)
Mayor Ann Bradshaw has confirmed to The Brazil Times a water leak has been discovered in an 8-inch line near the intersection of Chestnut and Warren streets just after 6 p.m. There is not a boil order at this time as officials are shutting off a valve at Joseph Street and analyzing pressure and water levels from the water tower...
35th Annual Spring Art Show in Rockville (04/29/09)
Thirty-five creative years of this special show, plus forty-four years since the beginning of the Covered Bridge Art Association. The public is to come and celebrate this nice event. Much of the Gallery's success has been due to the support of so many in the area...
Honor Rolls (04/29/09)
First Grade All A's Makenzie Barger, Chloe Garrard, Caitlyn Graves, Isabella Horrall, Noah Minor, Alex Crabb, Hunter Martin, Tyler Timberman, Aaron Rogers All A's and B's Luke Dudley, Kage Grigsby, Elisabeth Hall, Carly Harrison, Jack Howald, Jace Lalen, Jadah Mullenix, Nathaniel Tisdale, Luke Wilson, Cody Clark, Halle Ellis, Gracey Froderman, Paige Fry, Michael Goodman, Sarah Hall, Morghan Miller, Taylor Mullenix, Cheyenne Olsen, Maggie Pittman, Carter Schorr, Mackenzi Stanley, Makayla Traver...
Rhodes is colossal in 10-RBI game against Bloomfield (04/29/09)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor Clay City senior Kyler Rhodes isn't what you'd call a home run hitter. In fact, he'd gone his entire high school career without hitting one. That is until Tuesday night's Southwestern Indiana Athletic Conference match-up with Bloomfield and he made up for lost time...
Rhodes is colossal in 10-RBI game against Bloomfield (04/29/09)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor Clay City senior Kyler Rhodes isn't what you'd call a home run hitter. In fact, he'd gone his entire high school career without hitting one. That is until Tuesday night's Southwestern Indiana Athletic Conference match-up with Bloomfield and he made up for lost time...
Lewis dismissed from IU's football team (04/29/09)
BLOOMINGTON -- Indiana receiver Kellen Lewis has been dismissed from the football team for an undisclosed violation of team rules. Coach Bill Lynch says he was "disappointed to have to make this decision" but that it is in the best interest of the team...
I Want Revenge tabbed as early Derby favorites (04/29/09)
By BETH HARRIS AP Racing Writer LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Jeff Mullins pulled I Want Revenge out of California this winter, sending him to run on dirt in New York. Bob Baffert stayed put on the synthetic surface with Pioneerof the Nile, and the colt racked up four consecutive victories...
Stock car legend Petty ready for Indy (04/29/09)
By DAN GELSTON AP Sports Writer The King is coming to Indy. And Richard Petty is bringing an Andretti along for the ride. Petty. Andretti. The family names alone fill pages of stock car and IndyCar history books. Now two of the most famous names in auto racing will again be united at one of the sport's most famous tracks...
Bill J. Frye (04/29/09)
Bill J. Frye, 68, Copley, Ohio, passed away Friday, April 24, 2009, surrounded by his family. Born April 25, 1940, in Brazil, he was the son of Millard and Josephine Frye. Bill married his love Bonnie in 1968 and recently celebrated his 40th wedding anniversary...
David B. Koile (04/29/09)
David B. Koile, 79, Stanford, Ky., died Monday, April 27, 2009, at Ephraim McDowell Ft. Logan Hospital in Stanford. He was born Wednesday, June 26, 1929, in North Manchester, Ind., to the late William David and Edith L. Robertson Koile. David was a retired junior high school teacher for the Brazil School System, a United States Army Veteran of the Korean Conflict and Naval Reservist for 21 years, member of the Retired Teachers Association of Indiana, member of the Veteran Motor Club of American, a former hard rock miner in New Mexico and a member of Trinity United Methodist Church in Port Charlotte, Fla.. ...
PUBLIC RECORD 4-30-09 (04/29/09)
Clay County Courthouse The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse April 24-29: Clay Superior Court -- Civil Midland Funding Vs. Jeffrey D. Rothrock: Civil Collections Midland Funding Vs. James Mullenix: Civil Collections Citimortgage, Inc Vs. Quinton J. Gurchiek: Mortgage Foreclosure...
Brazil Buzz (04/29/09)
Last week's warmth encouraged the mushrooms to come out of hiding. My sister Sandra and her husband Gilbert know, full well, that is true. They came to visit me on Saturday and off we went to a little haunt that I know quite well. I call the place "Mushroom Heaven."...
Harmony Happenings (04/29/09)
Congratulations to Debbie Gottsche. She is a proud grandma. Daughter Jan and her hubby Keith Bowen have a gorgeous new little one named Mara Adyson Ruth Bowen. She was born on April 10 and made her first, of what we hope will be many, appearance at Harmony United Methodist Church last Sunday...
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