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Stories from Friday, May 15, 2009

Honoring fallen officers (05/15/09)
More than 50 Indiana State Police troopers, retired troopers and local law enforcement personnel attended the ISP Terre Haute District Memorial Service at Forest Park Friday. The service honored the memory of those ISP employees who "gave all" while in the line of duty. ...
North Clay book drive promotes free thinking (05/15/09)
A group of students learn from the past to make an impact for the future. The North Clay Middle School eight-grade Lancers have been studying the causes, effects and events leading up to the Holocaust before reading the play "The Diary of Anne Frank."...
Dealerships nervous waiting on GM decision (05/15/09)
For a few hours Friday morning, Rob York felt the butterflies in his stomach. The dealer/owner of York Chevrolet/Pontiac/Buick in Brazil and York Chevy/Pontiac/Buick/GMC in Greencastle told The Brazil Times Friday his dealerships survived a round of cuts by General Motors Corp...
State Senator to speak for Republican Club (05/15/09)
State Senator Richard Bray (R-Martinsville), will speak in Clay County at 7 p.m., Monday, through the Clay County Republican Club. The event will take place at the Clay County Senior Center, 120 S. Franklin St., Brazil. The public is invited to attend...
Carbon man enters guilty plea, given 14 year IDOC sentence (05/15/09)
A Carbon man was recently sentenced to 14 years at the Indiana Department of Correction in Clay Circuit Court for his alleged involvement in an August 2008 incident. On Wednesday, Circuit Judge Joseph D. Trout accepted a guilty plea by Gary McKeehan, 52, Carbon, as part of a negotiated plea agreement with the Clay County Prosecutor's Office for a class B felony dealing in methamphetamine in an amount more than 3 grams...
Scholarship (05/15/09)
Sophomore Joshua R. Gregg was recently awarded a second $500 Indiana Sheriff's Association scholarship for use while continuing his studies in criminology and criminal justice at Indiana State University. This is the second time Gregg has been awarded one of the 40 available scholarships given away in Indiana by ISA. ...
CHURCH NEWS (05/15/09)
BRAZIL FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Rachel Alstott, Jessica Thomas, Elle Kleiber, Allison Johansen and Sarah Coil are the Northview Graduates from Brazil First United Methodist Church. Together they have been a significant part of the mission and ministry of the church...
Clay City scores SWIAC win over T-Birds (05/15/09)
Staff Report Visiting Clay City scored eight runs in their final three at bats as the Eels came away with a 8-3 Southwestern Indiana Athletic Conference win over Eastern Greene in high school baseball action Thursday evening. The Eels pounded out 13 hits in the game and Ryne Hayes used a side-arm delivery to keep the Thunderbirds (4-13, 1-2 SWIAC) bats at bay most of the night according to Eastern Greene head coach Trevor McConnell...
Johnson wins pole for NASCAR All-Star race (05/15/09)
By MIKE CRANSTON AP Sports Writer CONCORD, N.C. -- Jimmie Johnson has a history of dominance at Lowe's Motor Speedway, but had never started from the pole in the All-Star race. After a speedy, mistake-free performance Friday, the decorated driver can check off that accomplishment, too...
Special importance in making Indy 500 in Centennial season (05/15/09)
By JASON JACOBS Times Staff Reporter Even after 100 years, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway is still the place to be in the month of May. The Speedway has officially entered its Centennial Era, which will last until 2011 to mark the 100th anniversary of the first racing of the Indianapolis 500...
Staunton Scene (05/15/09)
Here's your weekly reminder that the Posey Township Volunteer Fire Department Jonah Fish Fry is coming up on Saturday June 6, from 3-8 p.m., at Staunton Elementary School. Be sure to mark your calendar to attend this wonderful event. STAUNTON FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH...
Meet The Staff of The Brazil Times! (05/15/09)
Meet Brazil Times Circulation Manager Karen Barnhart ...
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