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Stories from Wednesday, May 6, 2009

'Nurturing' nursing homes (05/06/09)
In honor of National Nursing Home Week (May 10-16), two area facilities will be conducting special events. The theme for this year is "Nurturing a Love that Lasts," which Cloverleaf Healthcare of Knightsville, is taking to heart through several events throughout the week...
Boil order lifted for most Brazil water customers (05/06/09)
State officials have cleared test samples for water customers receiving their water from Brazil, Carbon and Knightsville water companies. "All of the samples have come back with satisfactory results," Brazil Water Superintendent Jacob Raubuch told The Brazil Times Wednesday afternoon. "We're in good shape. We're really thankful for the patience and cooperation of our customers during the past few days."...
Finishing touches (05/06/09)
Committee members of the American Cancer Society's 2009 Clay County Relay For Life Linda Goodrich (left) and Susan Piatt put some final touches on one of many gift baskets donated to the Relay For Life Silent Auction. The event is scheduled to take place during the 12-hour fundraising event at the Clay County YMCA Friday. The auction is scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m. Ivy Jackson Photo...
Joint investigation nets arrests, discovers stolen merchandise (05/06/09)
A lengthy investigation into reported stolen merchandise from a Clay County business led to a search warrant served by members of the Clay County and Putnam County sheriff's departments, Brazil City Police Department K-9 unit and the Indiana State Police Drug Enforcement Section at a Reelsville residence early Tuesday morning...
Resident receives 'Educator of the Year' award (05/06/09)
GREENCASTLE -- Brazil resident John Moore was presented the "Educator of the Year," award at the Mental Health America's meeting in Greencastle Tuesday. "I am excited, honored and surprised (to have received the award)," Moore said. Moore was chosen for his service to Putnam County students as an educator. He began as an industrial arts teacher at Greencastle High School. There, he taught graphic arts, photography and drafting...
Donation! (05/06/09)
Brazil Wal-Mart Assistant Manager Jacque Herfel (left) presented Clay County Sheriff Mike Heaton with a $1,000 donation Tuesday. Heaton said the funds would be used to educate the youth on drug and alcohol prevention. Kimberly Gleason Photo.
UPDATE Boil order lifted for Brazil, Carbon and Knightsville (05/06/09)
State officials have cleared test samples for water customers receiving their water from Brazil, Carbon and Knightsville water companies. "All of the samples have come back with satisfactory results," Brazil Water Superintendent Jacob Raubuch told The Brazil Times Wednesday afternoon. "We're in good shape. We're really thankful for the patience and cooperation of our customers during the past few days."...
UPDATE: Boil order lifted in Brazil, Carbon, Knightsville (05/06/09)
The boil order for residents in Brazil, Carbon and Knightsville has been lifted. This will be updated as more information is provided.
Honor Roll (05/06/09)
Forest Park Elementary First Grade All A's Zachery Calandrilla, Chloe (Fisher) Gaskin, Madison Hightower, Taylor Jolly, Yahaira Martinez, Kobe Morlan, Lizz Ross, Kellan Slater All A's & B's Reagann Bohannon, Caylie Certain, Krista Edington, Madison Floyd, Lexi Haviland, Jazman Hinkle, Jeffrey Johnson, Joshua Johnson, Eric McHargue, Gordon McKain, Lindy Miller, Abriawna Muncy, Ceejay Nees, T. J. Thomas, Miranda Thompson, Landon Wright, Mason Wymer...
Northview softball opens Big Four play with shutout win (05/06/09)
Staff Report The Northview softball team got its Big Four slate off to a good start on Tuesday night, scoring a 5-0 win on the road against West Vigo. Shelby Colson allowed just one hit, a hard liner off her mitt by Sam Richey and her teammates picked her up at the plate, including a home run by senior Kirstin Kimball in the win...
Knights and Eels earn golf victories (05/06/09)
Staff Report SPENCER -- Northview scored a dual match victory against Owen Valley on Tuesday night as Kade Baker earned medalist honors with a 35 in a 150 to 183 victory at Rolling Meadows. Drew Snyder followed up a medalist effort against Terre Haute South and Linton on Monday by shooting a 38 for the Knights. Ryan Turner carded a 36 for the Knights. Austin Akers shot a 41 along with Daniel Eaglin and Josh Hoskins had a 56...
Clay City girls clip Clovers; boys' meet goes to the wire (05/06/09)
Staff Report CLOVERDALE -- The Clay City Eels got multiple individual wins from Carmela Roeschlein and swept each of the three relay events to win the girls' dual track meet at Cloverdale on Tuesday night, 69 to 54. The boys' team however, lost the final and deciding event of the evening, the 1,600 relay, as Cloverdale edged the Eels, 62 to 61...
Bert L. Baysinger Jr. (05/06/09)
Bert L. Baysinger Jr., 82, Brazil, died at 12:50 a.m., Wednesday, May 6, 2009, at Exceptional Living Center, Brazil. Bert was born June 28, 1926, in Clay County, as the son of Bert L. Baysinger Sr., and Daisy V. Moore Baysinger. He attended Brazil High School...
PUBLIC RECORD 5-07-09 (05/06/09)
Clay County Courthouse The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse May 6: Clay Superior Court -- Civil Arrow Financial Services Vs. Mark A. Sampson: Civil Collections Arrow Financial Services Vs. Nancy M. Smith: Civil Collections...
Brazil Buzz (05/06/09)
Have you your garden cultivated yet? How is the well- watered lawn looking? If you are like me, you struggle to keep up with this, seemingly, losing battle. My yard is saturated with so much water from the abundance of rainfall of recent days. It will be a while, still, before the plow can be used and that's OK, but, the grass is leaning toward must do now or bring in the cows...
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