[The Brazil Times nameplate] Fair ~ 74°F  
High: 78°F ~ Low: 52°F
Thursday, July 24, 2014

Stories from Sunday, October 25, 2009

Marching Knights advance to State Finals (10/25/09)
For the 23rd consecutive time, and 25th overall, the Northview Marching Knights have advanced to the Indiana State School Marching Association State Finals. With their performance during the Semi-state competition at Pike High School, Indianapolis, Saturday, Northview will join nine other bands at Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, Saturday, Oct. 31, for the Class B finals...
Tips to maintain Halloween safety (10/25/09)
In a few days, trick-or-treaters will take to the streets of Clay County in search of homes where plenty of candy will be handed out. To help ensure those little ghosts and goblins are safe, officials at the Indiana Poison Center and local law enforcement have some safety tips to help make Halloween a happy event...
Sectional celebration (10/25/09)
Northview volleyball players celebrate the first sectional championship for the program since the 1996 season. The Knights defeated Terre Haute North in the title game in a five-set thriller. Northview advances to the Seymour Regional on Saturday to face Floyd Central at 11 a.m. Carey Fox Photo...
Trick or Treating with good intentions (10/25/09)
The Clay County 4-H Junior Leaders will take to the streets during Halloween for trick or treating. But not for candy or goodies. The group will be trick or treating for canned goods to donate to local food pantries. One of the goals of the Junior Leader program is to teach young people leadership and responsibility. By completing community service projects, the young people learn to think about others and look for ways to help the community...
Food service inspections for September (10/25/09)
The following is a list of food service inspections conducted by the Clay County Health Department for the month of September: Establishments with no violations at time of inspection Mobile food stands "approved to operate" with "no violations...
Knights claim thrilling, five-game sectional championship over Patriots (10/25/09)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor MARTINSVILLE -- When the final point hit the floor at the Martinsville volleyball sectional on Saturday night, there probably wasn't a nerve that wasn't frazzled and more than a few likely gained some gray hairs after the action had ended. However, only one team got to ride home with the championship hardware and it was the Northview Knights, who battled as hard as any one team should have to take the program's first sectional title since 1996...
Knights bounce Braves in five games to reach sectional final (10/25/09)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor MARTINSVILLE -- The Northview Knights wrote their own triumphant comeback story in the semifinal of the Martinsville volleyball sectional on Saturday afternoon. The Knights led big in the opening game before rival Terre Haute South roared back to win a deflating 25-22 decision and then took game two by a 25-19 score. ...
Clay City beats WRV before falling in sectional final (10/25/09)
BY CLAY CUNNINGHAM Times Staff Reporter JASONVILLE -- Clay City's volleyball team advanced to the championship game of the Shakamak sectional with a four-game victory over a resilient WRV team Saturday morning. Advancement didn't come easy for the Eels...
Popcorn king, queen had a blast (10/25/09)
To the Editor: As you may have heard, I surprised my boyfriend for his 25th birthday to go to the Orville Redenbacher Popcorn Festival of Clay County. This letter is to inform you on how wonderful the festival was, how amazing the people in Brazil are and how something so small as a birthday came out to be an amazing experience for both my boyfriend, Christian, and I...
'Rainbow Effect' in full view (10/25/09)
To the Editor: What is it about this young girls' tragic and untimely death that has brought about so many miraculous signs of hope and joy amidst such sorrowful circumstances? I think we as a community, along with our children, neighbors, and families have come to a closer, more intimate spiritual awareness of ourselves and each other as human beings...
Make health care affordable (10/25/09)
To the Editor: Health care is very important and something needs to be done about it. After I pay my rent and utility bills, there isn't much money to pay the doctor and hospital bills. If something doesn't get done soon, the Medicare trust fund will be in the red within the next 10 years. ...
Disappearing cats becoming problem (10/25/09)
To the Editor: We over here in the Parkview Estates and around the park have been missing a lot of cats. I myself, my first cat, came up missing over a month ago. Then at least six other neighbors' cats came up missing and a recent one just in the paper on Oct. 21...
Congregation thanks community (10/25/09)
To the Editor: We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who contributed to the success of our Help-A-Family-At-Christmas golf scramble. The following businesses and individuals sponsored entire holes at the scramble: Moore Funeral Home, Wallace Bros. ...
Health Department issues thanks (10/25/09)
To the Editor: The Clay County Health Department would like to thank everyone who helped with the recent Fifth-Grade Smoking Prevention Poster Contest. Thanks to Kevin Higgins of A-Plus Printing and Jane Mills of Lamar Outdoor Advertising for contributing to the prizes...
Health report is pleasing (10/25/09)
To the Editor: A new report just might change what ends up on your child's lunch tray. As a dietitian, I'm thrilled that the Institute of Medicine just issued an extensive report recommending that schools load lunch lines with a variety of fruits, vegetables, beans and whole grains...
Habitat for Humanity of Clay County pleased with progress (10/25/09)
To the Editor: Habitat for Humanity of Clay County is making excellent progress on the home in Clay City. We sincerely thank all volunteers from our community who have been working on construction Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, weather permitting...
Front cover
October 2009
Sun
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat

Browse full calendar