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Residents asked to conserve water (05/25/09)
Soldiers doing well in Iraq (05/25/09)
In January, several members of the 138th Quartermaster Support Company out of the Brazil Armory departed for deployment to Iraq. Recently, three of those soldiers responded via e-mail to questions provided by The Brazil Times regarding their current deployment as Memorial Day approached...
Fighting back (05/25/09)
Sometimes, it's the simplest things in life that create the ultimate joy. The last few years have not been easy for Lisa Halfhill. Approximately three years ago, Lisa, 43, Brazil, was diagnosed with Stills Disease, a form of arthritis that is characterized by high fevers and rash...
Knights beat Class 2A No. 1, win two-of-three at Carmel (05/25/09)
Brazil Times Report CARMEL -- The Northview baseball team continued to take on some of the top teams in the state this season by competing in the Greyhound Invitational at Carmel over the weekend. The Knights picked off Class 2A top-ranked Elwood in the opener and downed Fort Wayne Northrop in the final game on Saturday. Those two games were sandwiched around a narrow, 5-1, loss to the host Greyhounds...
Castroneves finishes off perfect month of May (05/25/09)
By PAUL NEWBERRY AP National Writer INDIANAPOLIS -- Helio Castroneves can stop looking back now. He's gone from accused to acquitted. He's gone from a courthouse to Victory Lane -- at the Indianapolis 500, no less. It's time for No. 3 to start working on No. 4...
Reutimann beats the rain for Coca-Cola win (05/25/09)
By JENNA FRYER AP Auto Racing Writer CONCORD, N.C. -- David Reutimann won the rain-shortened Coca-Cola 600 for his first victory at NASCAR's top level. Reutimann took the lead when he gambled and didn't pit with the leaders during a caution for rain on lap 222 of the 400-lap race. His hope was that it would rain so long, racing would not resume...
Todd Kimmel wins first career sprint car feature at Lincoln Park (05/25/09)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor PUTNAMVILLE -- The summer of 2009 has gotten off to a pretty good start if your Todd Kimmel. The teenager graduated from high school five weeks early, got the opportunity to race the Baldwin Brothers sprinter and on Saturday night, added the first sprint car feature win of his career in the family's own car...
Dale L. Shidler (05/25/09)
Dale L. Shidler, 67, Lewis, died May 24, 2009, at 3:50 p.m., at Union Hospital. He had battled cancer for the past several years. He was born Nov. 22, 1941, in Clay County, the son of Raymond and Lela Baker Shidler. He graduated from Coalmont High School and continued his education at Purdue University, where he obtained a Bachelors degree in agriculture...
Public Record 5-25-09 (05/25/09)
Clay County Justice Center The following jail bookings occurred at the Clay County Justice Center during May 21-22. Awaiting Arraignment McCall, James, 34 Awaiting Warrant Arraignment Burrows, Clifford J., 28 Operating a vehicle while intoxicated McCall, James, 34...
Neighborly advice is on the mark (05/25/09)
Until now, I have never owned my own home. Since graduating from college, I had rented apartments. But in August, my fiance and I purchased a home in the Staunton area. We were ready to start our lives together. A couple of days ago, I found myself engrossed in a conversation with my neighbor...
Freshmen lawmakers leave their mark (05/25/09)
INDIANAPOLIS -- Hoosiers across Indiana should be pleased by the fact that this year's freshmen class of state representatives came into the Statehouse with a bipartisan spirit and a true reformist attitude. On the national level, freshmen lawmakers are often shunted from the legislative process, unable to gain the support they need to see their ideas come to fruition...
CCRTA member issues thanks to all (05/25/09)
To the Editor: I just completed the 2007-09 term as president of Clay County Retired Teachers Association. The association accomplished many goals during that time and I want to express my appreciation to all that contributed to this. There was a team of officers and chairpersons making up the CCRTA Executive Committee and they worked very diligently meeting to plan our activities and making phone calls to retired teachers...
Reader gives thanks to veterans (05/25/09)
To the Editor: What can I say? Thank you. You know, most times we as "G.I.Joe" Vets don't take time for the little things. But this day, I take that time to say thanks to the Elks Lodge No. 762, Brazil, for the lunch provided for the Loyalty Day celebration...