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Stories from Friday, August 7, 2009

Animal activists arrested in separate incidents (08/07/09)
Two non-profit organization employees have recently had some trouble with the law. Both Ricky Alan Moore, director of the Clay County Humane Society, and Chrystll D. Owens, co-owner of Clay County Animal Rescue, Inc., 763 South State Road 59, experienced their share of troubles in July...
Stimulus funds made available to Clay County (08/07/09)
After months of waiting, Clay County is receiving a piece of the stimulus package. Clay County Commissioner Paul Sinders confirmed to The Brazil Times the county has received $582,727.10 through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) for the resurfacing of a 7.2-mile stretch of Bowling Green-Poland Road, between State Roads 46 and 42...
Volunteer medic returning overseas (08/07/09)
In times of war and turmoil there are always victims, including children. A lifelong Brazil native is doing his part to help children in war torn Afghanistan. Volunteer Medics Worldwide (VMW) Director Gerald Flint is voluntarily spending time in Afghanistan with other medical volunteers in an effort to help the children who would otherwise not receive help...
Local home cook learned skills by watching (08/07/09)
Watching someone prepare a recipe is the best way to learn how to cook, according to Donna Dene English "Helping is really the best way, but watching someone lets you see how and why something is done while preparing food. It's important to learn how a dish is put together," English said about learning to cook American, Cantonese/Chinese, Mexican and now Indian cuisine. ...
CHURCH NEWS (08/07/09)
Brazil First Church of the Nazarene Greetings from the folks at the Brazil Nazarene Church This past Saturday we had a Free Back to School Carnival at our church. It was a big success as we gave 50 filled back packs, furnished hot dogs, drinks, chips and cup cakes. ...
Clay City cross country returns experienced group (08/07/09)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor Clay City High School has developed a reputation as being one of the top boys cross country schools in the Wabash Valley with semi-state berths in 2005, 2006 and 2007. The Eels have an experienced lineup in place this season and are looking to return to semi-state after its season ended in the regional last year...
DePauw football and baseball coach resigns (08/07/09)
GREENCASTLE, Ind. (AP) -- Matt Walker has resigned as DePauw football coach, and Robby Long has been named interim head coach. Walker had been the football coach for the past three seasons and had been the school's head baseball coach since 2000. He resigned Friday. A new baseball coach has not been announced...
Colts' Moore and Mudd happy to be making comeback (08/07/09)
By MICHAEL MAROT AP Sports Writer TERRE HAUTE -- Howard Mudd's comeback with the Indianapolis Colts will last one season. Tom Moore isn't sure how long he'll keep coaching, but he's content to stay with the Colts. The two longtime assistant coaches spoke Friday for the first time since abandoning their retirement plans and rejoining the Colts staff. Mudd left little doubt about his future plans...
Staunton Scene (08/07/09)
Staunton United Methodist Church Sunday School is at 9:30 a.m., with church service following at 10:30. David Brown is the pastor, and his wife Elaine presents the Children's Message. Glenna Simons is the pianist. Remember that the Community Food Pantry is open in the church's basement on the last Wednesday afternoon of each month, from 3-5 p.m. The next Food Pantry day will be Wednesday, Aug. 26. Anyone in the Staunton area in need of help is welcome...
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