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Stories from Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Brazil City employee injured in accident (10/07/09)
A Brazil City sanitation truck driver was taken to an Indianapolis hospital for injuries sustained in an accident at the intersection of State Road 59 and SR 46 Wednesday afternoon. Shortly after 2:30 p.m., 911 dispatchers at the Clay County Justice Center were notified a sanitation truck rolled into a ditch on the south side of State Road 46 while attempting to turn west at the intersection...
Business owners fired up about annexation (10/07/09)
Amid concerns regarding the possible annexation of property into the City of Brazil, Mayor Ann Bradshaw called a special meeting Tuesday so issues could be addressed. "There has been a lot of talk in the public about it and I felt it was important to meet to discuss concerns and try to figure out possible solutions," Bradshaw said at the opening of the Common Council of the City of Brazil meeting. ...
US 40 project delayed, water project bids soon (10/07/09)
While the start date of one major project has been pushed back, the time for bids on others is nearing. Recently, the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) announced the letting and anticipated construction start dates for the United States 40 project have been pushed back to 2013. As of today, the anticipated letting date for the opening of bids is set for July 2013, with construction to begin at the end of the same year...
Former resident finding entrepreneurial success (10/07/09)
A former Brazil resident is cutting his teeth and seeing expansion in a multi-billion dollar industry. Scott Loughmiller, a 1992 graduate of Northview High School, has been very prolific in the Internet startup industry since founding a company in his senior year at the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology,...
'Take 5' scheduled to take place Friday (10/07/09)
"Take 5," a high-energy, action-packed evening for children and teenagers will take place Friday. Air Tramp, gym and game room activities will be open with the prize games (various ages) being the rope climb and candy search. There is also a pool tournament for any adult who comes to help chaperone...
City employee injured in accident (10/07/09)
The driver of a Brazil City sanitation truck was air ambulanced to an Indianapolis hospital for injuries sustained in an accident at the intersection of State Road 59 and SR 46 Wednesday afternoon. Although details are limited due to the ongoing investigation by the Clay County Sheriff's Department, officials did confirm the unidentified driver was alert and talking to emergency personnel before being transported to Wishard Hospital by AirEvac for treatment of head injuries...
HONOR ROLLS (10/07/09)
Staunton Elementary First Grade All A's Lauren Anacker, Joey Price, Ashley Roberts, Regina Rusin, Emme Smith, Abigail Stroud, Damion Brown, Kahla Fry, Maddelyn Gerald, Grace Nicosin, Olyvia Notter, Ian Oehler, Elyssa Secrest, Hunter Strain...
Knights open sectional play tonight against Vikings (10/07/09)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor A brand new season commences this evening for boys' soccer teams in the area as sectional play begins at Terre Haute North High School. The Northview Knights come in on a three-game winning streak with victories against conference goes, Brown County, South Vermillion and Sullivan. Tonight, Northview gets a crack at another WIC opponent that got away in West Vigo, which took a 3-2 decision versus the Knights back on Sept. 3...
Viola M. Parsons (10/07/09)
Viola M. Parsons, 81, Brazil, died unexpectedly Oct. 6, 2009, at her residence. She was born Oct. 14, 1927, in Poland, the daughter of Edward P. Green and Mae Tapy Green. She graduated from Van Buren High School and was the class Valedictorian of 1945...
Opal Pauline Fox Conner (10/07/09)
Opal Pauline Fox Conner, 98, Brazil, died Oct. 6, 2009, at Regional Hospital, Terre Haute. She was born June 22, 1911, in Clay County, the daughter of Rev. Charles A. and Elsie Lantz Brush. She graduated from Brazil High School. She attended the Nazarene Church, in Brazil, since she was 11-years-old. ...
Randall Hollis Staggs (10/07/09)
Randall Hollis Staggs, 78, Brazil, passed away Sept. 22, 2009, at 2:15 p.m., at Danville Regional Rehabilitation Center, Danville. He was born May 17, 1931, in Ferndale, Ind., to Clarence P. Staggs and Elizabeth F. Coombs Staggs. He was a 1949 Graduate of Union High School, Bellmore, Ind., and served in the United States Air Force. ...
Jerry L. Moon (10/07/09)
Jerry L. Moon, 68, Indianapolis, passed away Monday, Oct. 5, 2009. He was born Dec. 24, 1940, in Brazil, to Emery and Edith Moon. Mr. Moon was a factory inspector in the research and development department for Allison Division of G.M. He also was a security officer for the Indianapolis Motor Speedway...
JAIL BOOKINGS 10-8-09 (10/07/09)
Clay County Justice Center The following jail bookings occurred at the Clay County Justice Center during Oct. 1-6. Awaiting Arraignment Modesitt, Frederick W., 21 Glover, Michael D., 36 Hudock, John Adam, 36 Disorderly conduct Glover, Michael D., 36...
Brazil Buzz (10/07/09)
This beautiful Sunday afternoon is winding down. I sure have enjoyed today. Tootie was feeling the same, until she got into trouble while munching on a wooden clothespin. The little wiener kid found it in the basket. The two words that our Toot hates to hear me say is, "Bad dog." She hangs her head low and tucks her tail between her short legs...
Harmony Happenings (10/07/09)
The Food Share Program will have sign-ups for new people this Saturday, from 9-11 a.m., at First Christian Church. They are still in need of volunteers. Those interested should contact Sharon (Paver) Crawford at 442-1061. Pastor Bob Kumpf will be helping with Operation Classroom Packing Day at Breden United Methodist next Thursday, Oct. 15. This will be the last Sunday to donate items before the packing day...
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