[The Brazil Times nameplate] Fair ~ 55°F  
High: 76°F ~ Low: 56°F
Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Stories from Friday, June 5, 2009

Water, sewers head Clay City board issues (06/05/09)
CLAY CITY -- Town officials conducted their monthly meeting Thursday, and water and sewer issues were at the forefront of discussion. The board passed a motion to rearrange sewage adjustments, which Board President Guy Dickerson said was "getting out of control." In recent years, the town has provided a service where if people had water leakage between their house and their water meter, the city would make adjustments for them free of charge...
TV's switch to digital coming June 12 (06/05/09)
Beginning Friday, June 12, television stations nationwide will no longer broadcast programming in analog signal. Those with older televisions who are currently receiving a signal through an antenna may need to install a digital signal convertor box...
Harrison terminated from BCPD (06/05/09)
The Brazil Board of Public Works and Safety terminated a police officer Friday. After meeting in an early morning executive session to review allegations and evidence, Board President/Mayor Ann Bradshaw opened a public meeting for discussion at City Hall shortly after 1 p.m...
Fresh strawberries! (06/05/09)
Twelve-year-old Tristen Rayboule munches on strawberry shortcake at the third annual Christmas in the Park Strawberry Fest Friday at the Clay County Courthouse. Tristen is the son of Sheryl and Ron Rayboule. Jason Moon Photo.
Pottery Festival next weekend (06/05/09)
The 22nd annual Clay City Pottery Festival is scheduled for June 13-14, and sponsored by the Clay City Lions Club. While the majority of events during the two-day event will be located in Goshorn Park, some activities will be located downtown. Free parking is available Saturday starting at 9 a.m., with events taking place all day...
Community Center conducting income survey (06/05/09)
CUNOT -- The Cunot Senior/Community Center, on behalf of the Owen County Commissioners, has been asked to apply to the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs for a Community Development Block Grant for a feasibility study and other possible future projects...
Alzheimer's meeting scheduled (06/05/09)
TERRE HAUTE -- All of the programs and services of the Alzheimer's Association will be explained during a session open to the community June 23, from noon-1 p.m., at the Vigo County Public Library. "Dealing with Alzheimer's disease can be very scary and confusing. ...
Teddy Bear Picnic set (06/05/09)
A Teddy Bear Picnic has been scheduled for 2-4 p.m., Tuesday. The event has been set up for individuals suffering from Alzheimer's disease. With the disease, a person may lose intellectual, social and emotional abilities over time. Research has found that dolls and teddy bears can help people with the disease interact and communicate with others...
Forum focusing on skin cancer scheduled at Regional Hospital (06/05/09)
TERRE HAUTE -- June is National Cancer from the Sun Awareness Month and Terre Haute Regional Hospital has partnered with Senior Educational Ministries to conduct a seminar for interested residents. All residents of the Wabash Valley are invited to Regional Health Alert, which will take place June 23, at 5:30 p.m., at Regional Hospital...
Company donates equipment to museum (06/05/09)
TERRE HAUTE -- An area manufacturing firm will provide several pieces of material handling equipment to give young visitors to the new Terre Haute Children's Museum agriculture exhibit a hands-on experience with farming. Larry Yargus, president of Yargus Manufacturing, Inc., Marshall, Ill., said his company will be developing and building a conveyor and three small augers for the exhibit...
BREAKING NEWS: Officer terminated from force (06/05/09)
The Brazil Board of Public Works and Safety terminated a police officer Friday. After meeting in an early morning executive session to review allegations and evidence, Board President/Mayor Ann Bradshaw opened a public meeting for discussion at City Hall shortly after 1 p.m...
CLUB NEWS (06/05/09)
Best of Thymes Herb Club Members of The Best of Thymes Herb Club met the evening of May 28, at the home of Jean Hull for a carry-in meal and plant exchange. The hostess gave the table grace before many delicious food dishes were shared and enjoyed by the women...
Honor Roll (06/05/09)
Jackson Township Elementary First Grade All A's Kaya Daub, Evan Hakman, Kambree Lucas, Brayden Milner, Kade Roembke, Aydan Stearley, Jeremy Tanner, Ethan Thurmond, Danielle White, Justina Yocom All A's and B's Mahaylee Bex, Taylor Bonte, Austin Copp, Haylie Cure, MaKayla Dwyer, Cody Estep, Kiana Featherston, Grace Floyd, Ivy Hamblen, Haley Howard, Auston Kallansa, Tyler Kapke, Drew Maurer, Heidi Neace...
CHURCH NEWS (06/05/09)
Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary Catholic Church Father Harold W. Rightor II is the Pastor. Mass schedule is Saturday 6:30 p.m., Sunday 8:30 a.m., Tuesday 5:30 p.m., Wednesday 9 a.m. Reconciliation is 5:45-6:15 p.m., Saturday or by appointment. Divine Mercy Chaplet: First Sunday each month at 8 a.m...
PUBLIC RECORD 6-6-09 (06/05/09)
Clay County Courthouse The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse June 4-5: Clay Superior Court -- Civil Midland Funding, LLC Vs. Danny E. Ranard: Civil Collections Nationwide Advantage Mortgage Vs. Brian S. Pierce and occupant(s): Mortgage Foreclosure...
Staunton Scene (06/05/09)
The Posey Township Volunteer Fire Department Jonah Fish Fry is today, Saturday, June 6, from 3-8 p.m., at Staunton Elementary School. Be sure to come out and enjoy a great evening of food and entertainment, while supporting a most worthy cause. STAUNTON FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH...
Front cover
June 2009
Sun
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat

Browse full calendar