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Stories from Thursday, August 6, 2009

'Doc in a Box' scheduled for Wednesday (08/06/09)
TERRE HAUTE -- Word Power Radio and Senior Education Ministries, Inc., has scheduled Doc in the Box, a live radio program featuring a doctor of the month. The program was designed to allow callers to inquire about their health questions from the safety of their homes, extend their available financial resources, promote enhanced living, ensure Christian fellowship and provide preventative healthcare education...
Walking for a cure (08/06/09)
A strong desire to bring an end to breast cancer, forged through a strong bond formed from a lifelong friendship helped two former Brazil residents raise a large sum of money in an attempt to battle a deadly disease. Ashley Dalton and Tonya Decker, 1997 graduates of Northview High School, recently participated in the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer three-day walk, a 60-mile jaunt conducted at 15 various locations across the United States...
UPDATE: Officials arrest Coalmont man (08/06/09)
COALMONT -- Acting on a tip the homeowner was allegedly "growing marijuana," law enforcement agencies secured and served a search warrant at a Coalmont residence early Thursday morning. According to information provided by the Clay County Sheriff's Department, members of the CCSD and Indiana State Police served the warrant at James "David" Swift's home around 2 a.m...
Staunton receives 'big' grant (08/06/09)
STAUNTON -- For several years, the town of Staunton has had problems with rain water. But recently, the town received a grant that could help alleviate those problems. On Wednesday, Lt. Gov. Becky Skillman announced several state communities will receive grants through the Federal Community Developmental Block Grant for Recovery after Natural Disasters and from the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)...
'Back to School Day' (08/06/09)
Cloverleaf Healthcare, Knightsville, has scheduled a Back to School Day from 1-4 p.m., Saturday. The first 50 children in attendance will receive a Back to School Starter Kit. DNA collection kits will be available at the event, courtesy of the Indiana State Police...
Area agency sets up backpack giveaway (08/06/09)
For the sixth year in a row, Serving on the Streets, 100 N. Forest Ave., Brazil, is giving back to the community. "This year, we have 500 backpacks to give out," Director Jenny Chamberlain said. "Last year, we gave out 450 in the first two and a half hours."...
Concert band set for weekend (08/06/09)
The Brazil Concert Band, under the direction of Matthew S. Huber, will present "Rags to Riches," Sunday, at 8 p.m., in Forest Park, rain or shine. Those rags will include two fine ones by modern day composer Stephen Kent Goodman, "Storm Warning Rag," and "Firehouse Rag," in modern settings yet retaining the style of such genre of more than 100 years ago...
Visitors at Rotary (08/06/09)
The Brazil Rotary Club recently hosted an annual visit from District 6580 Governor Bettye Dunham and Assistant District Governor Paul Stanley at the Busy Corner Family Restaurant. Prior to the regular lunch meeting and speaker program, which was presented by Dunham, the two also met with Brazil Rotary officers and board members. ...
SMWC hosting golf scramble (08/06/09)
CLINTON -- The Terre Haute Alumnae Club of Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College will host the 10th SMWC Scholarship Scramble, at Geneva Hills Golf Club in Clinton, Sept. 12. Homemade Italian beef will highlight the lunch menu for the event, which is open to both men and women...
Area Boy Scouts to benefit from major gifts campaign (08/06/09)
TERRE HAUTE -- The Wabash Valley District of the Crossroads of America Council, Boy Scouts of America, will benefit from a $16 million major gifts campaign. The campaign includes more than $2.8 million of funding that will enhance the Wabash Valley District and scout experiences. It includes $2.5 million for improvements to Camp Krietenstein, which is located near Brazil...
Coalmont man arrested (08/06/09)
COALMONT -- According to information provided by the Clay County Sheriff's Department, acting on a tip the homeowner was allegedly "growing marijuana," law enforcement agencies secured and served a search warrant for a residence in Coalmont. Members of the CCSD and Indiana State Police served the warrant at James "David" Swift's home around 2 a.m., Thursday...
David S. Chapman (08/06/09)
David S. Chapman, 76, rural Carbon, died unexpectedly Aug. 6, 2009, at Union Hospital. He was born July 19, 1933, in Parke County, the son of Glenn Miller Chapman and Eula Mae Strange Chapman. He graduated from Bridgeton High School, class of 1951. He attended Morehead State University in Kentucky...
Public Record (08/06/09)
Clay County Justice Center The following jail bookings occurred at the Clay County Justice Center during July 31-August 6. Awaiting Arraignment Allsup, Michelle F., 38 Cornelius, Bryan K., 47 Driscoll, Patrick A., 22 Freeman, Kelley F., 34 Keller, Angela M., 34...
Harmony Happenings (08/06/09)
Harmony United Methodist Church is holding a confirmation class that will start on Aug. 17 and will run for several Mondays. All adults and youth are welcome to learn more about the Methodist Church and become a member. Contact Pastor Bob Kumpf for more information at 448-2917 or harmonyumc@verizon.net...
Brazil Buzz (08/06/09)
I am enjoying a quiet Sunday afternoon. Tootie Mae is sawing logs on the couch. Could be, she wore out working on her latest toy, that, of which was created by me. Pam, a reader of The Brazil Times supplied me with a helpful solution to Toots chewing problem. The one where she plays surgeon and operates on every store bought toy that I add to her blessings...
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