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Stories from Sunday, August 2, 2009

Burglary suspects apprehended (08/02/09)
CLAY CITY -- Clay County Sheriff's Department officials arrested two county men Sunday afternoon in connection to an alleged burglary. According to a press release provided by CCSD, at approximately 11:02 a.m., deputies were dispatched to a Clay City residence in reference to a burglary in progress...
Friends, more 'roast' former mayor (08/02/09)
Denzil Adams may have said it best Saturday evening. "Kenny, I've been around you for 50 years," Adams said at the Clay County Chamber of Commerce's Roast for former Brazil Mayor Kenny Crabb. "But really folks, I think we really ought to be honoring Phyllis Crabb."...
Officials conclude investigation (08/02/09)
Officials recently released information about a Brazil man struck by a vehicle while riding a lawnmower July 19. According to information from the Brazil Police Department, emergency personnel were dispatched to a personal injury accident involving a truck pulling a trailer and a lawnmower in an area near the intersection of Compton and Sherman streets shortly after 5 p.m...
'National Night Out' set for Tuesday (08/02/09)
Local residents can participate in the 26th "National Night Out" at the Brazil YMCA Tuesday. Scheduled to run from 7-9 p.m., this is the second time for local event. "This is such an excellent program," Brazil Police Chief Dave Archer told The Brazil Times about the upcoming night of fun activities and demonstrations that allows people "the opportunity to meet and greet police officers and emergency response personnel."...
Crisis Pregnancy Center announces winner (08/02/09)
The Crisis Pregnancy Center of Brazil sponsors an annual Baby Photo Contest at the Clay County 4-H Fair. This year, all three winners were girls. There were a total of 15 babies that participated in the contest, which serves as a fundraiser for the Crisis Pregnancy Center, 20 N. Meridian St., Brazil. Profits totaled more than $1,000 for use in serving Clay Community residents...
Workshop (08/02/09)
Blue Moon Gifts, 10 W. National Ave., Brazil, will conduct an Aromatherapy Workshop at Sanctuary of the Arts, 14005 N. CR 300 S., Carbon, Wednesday, at 6 p.m. Each participant will make a custom jar of scented bath salts and lotion. Cost is $10 to cover supplies...
Dine with a Doc (08/02/09)
Senior Education Ministries, Inc., has scheduled a Dine With A Doc, Brunch in Brazil event for Wednesday, from 10 a.m.-noon. The event will take place at the Clay County Citizen's Center, 120 S. Franklin St., Brazil. Wednesday's guest speaker will be Dr. John L. Trench III, who owns Advanced Limb and Wound Care, 1216 Wabash Ave., Terre Haute...
Freshmen orientation slated for Thursday (08/02/09)
The incoming freshmen class at Northview High School is encouraged to attend Freshmen Orientation Thursday. The evening's events begin at 5 p.m., with a social sponsored by the upperclassmen. Students are to be dropped off by a parent or guardian and then meet with fellow students in the cafeteria...
CCHD members attend H1N1 clinic (08/02/09)
Members of the Clay County Health Department attended the H1N1 Fall 2009 Influenza update at French Lick in late July. Members of local government were also invited to attend the meeting. The purpose of the meeting was to receive updates from the Indiana State Department of Health regarding preparations for the H1N1 virus...
State Fair Participants (08/02/09)
The following is a list of Clay County 4-H'rs competing in the 2009 Indiana State Fair: Rabbit Illustrated Talk -- Mannah Mace, Editor's Note: The list of local 4-H'rs competing at the state level does not include livestock participants...
Manning pleased with Colts' coaching moves (08/02/09)
By MICHAEL MAROT AP Sports Writer TERRE HAUTE -- Offensive coordinator Tom Moore and offensive line coach Howard Mudd are back with the Indianapolis Colts, much to Peyton Manning's delight. Moore and Mudd are the only coordinator and line coach the three-time MVP has had in the NFL...
Fever continue to roll with win over Mystics (08/02/09)
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Katie Douglas scored 11 of her 24 points in the fourth quarter to lead Indiana to an 87-79 victory over Washington on Sunday for the Fever's third victory in 12 days against the Mystics. Tamika Catchings added 19 points, nine rebounds and five assists for Indiana (15-4), which improved to 23-11 all-time against Washington and stretched its lead in the Eastern Conference to five games over the second-place Mystics...
Funk rolls to U.S. Senior Open title at Crooked Stick (08/02/09)
By CLIFF BRUNT AP Sports Writer CARMEL, Ind. -- Fred Funk took a back-nine victory lap in the U.S. Senior Open. Funk won by six strokes and broke the tournament record with a 20-under total. He shot a 7-under 65 on Sunday at Crooked Stick. "It's something I really didn't fathom happening, but the biggest thing is just getting my name on that trophy," the 53-year-old Funk said...
Puterbaugh claims 22nd running of Putnamville Clash (08/02/09)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor PUTNAMVILLE -- It's amazing just how much one extra place can mean in feature racing. One year ago, both Billy Puterbaugh and Clint DeMoss were left looking up one spot on the podium when the sprint car and modified features were over at Lincoln Park Speedway...
Events, announcements (08/02/09)
The following is a list of upcoming events provided to The Brazil Times: Salute The Brazil Times is continuing A Salute to Soldiers. We are currently looking for more veterans to honor for their past service. To honor any soldiers, stop by our office Monday-Friday, from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Include a photograph and a brief description of service...
Fate steps in at right moment (08/02/09)
According to legendary comedian Henny Youngman, the "secret of a happy marriage remains a secret." Deepak Chopra, Indian physician, philosopher and celebrated author, believes that "however good or bad you feel about your relationship, the person you are with at this moment is the 'right' person, because he or she is the mirror of who you are inside."...
There is no health care 'crisis' (08/02/09)
To the Editor: I suppose I am one of the very few people that believe that there is no health care crisis in the United States today. As far as I know, anyone regardless of age, race, citizenship status, etc., can obtain medical services anywhere and anytime in this country. And they can obtain that care without health insurance or money...
Center opposes current proposal (08/02/09)
To the Editor: On behalf of Crisis Pregnancy Centers of the Wabash Valley, I am extremely concerned about the implications of the current health care proposal on the work of our pregnancy centers and on our nation. Because the bill does not explicitly exclude abortion, it will be mandated in every health care plan at the expense of every American. ...
Foundation issues thanks (08/02/09)
To the Editor: Thanks to all the volunteers! I know that I will probably miss listing someone who has helped with the Charles B. Hall memorial. There are numerous people, organizations and businesses to thank. What started in November 2005 during a meeting of individuals to discuss ways to increase tourism on U.S. 40 and to bring people to downtown Brazil grew to honoring a World War II hero...
In agreement about swimming pool (08/02/09)
To the Editor: In the Monday, July 27, issue of The Brazil Times, a reader wrote a letter to the editor about the YMCA not having a pool. I will have to agree with Mr. Christie. I think we need to spend a little bit of money and invest in a pool for the community. ...
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