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Stories from Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Time for young artists to shine (11/04/09)
A new contest is hoping to give the younger artists in the community a chance to shine. Aspiring Artists will be a yearlong contest involving all of the school-age children in Clay County. "Young artists don't have many opportunities," The Brazil Times General Manager Lynne Llewellyn said. "This is our way of giving back to the community."...
Stop smoking campaign a team effort (11/04/09)
The Clay County Tobacco Coalition has teamed up with a group of students at Northview High School for a letter writing campaign, hoping to encourage people to stop smoking. "It has been a campaign that we have been working with in the past year," Coalition Coordinator Kandace Brown said. "We've just been building on the education."...
Listen and learn (11/04/09)
Northview High School's Thespian Troupe No. 872 rehearses "Voices from Washington High," Wednesday. (Left) Coulee Mark, played by Jake Short, presents his speech to the class in anticipation of tonight's opening night. Tickets will be sold at the door at $3 for students and $5 for adults. Kimberly Gleason Photo...
Christmas In The Park sets up special auction (11/04/09)
Christmas In The Park in Clay County is again putting on a special Christmas Auction Saturday. The format is different from previous years. This year, the organization will have the event at the new V.F.W., 303 S. Depot St., Brazil. A dinner has been scheduled for 4:30 p.m., featuring pork loin, cheesy potatoes, beans, roll and beverage for $8. Desserts will also be available...
'State Champions' shirts, rings to be sold (11/04/09)
Those interested in preserving the memory of Northview's eighth Indiana State School Music Association state title may do so by ordering either a T-shirt, ring or DVD. The Northview Marching Knights captured their eighth ISSMA Class B State Title Saturday and the band is now fielding orders for the memorabilia...
Post Office sets up 'Passport Fair' (11/04/09)
The Brazil Post Office will conduct a "Passport Fair" Saturday, Nov. 14. The event will take place from noon-3 p.m. It is recommended that customers come in as early as possible to apply for a passport -- at least eight weeks or earlier before their departure -- to avoid extra costs involved in expediting their application. The U.S. Department of State is currently reporting four-six weeks processing time for routine passport applications...
County roads temporarily closed (11/04/09)
Citing ongoing sewage line construction, officials closed portions of a handful of county roads Wednesday morning. Officials confirmed to The Brazil Times that County Road 100 East, between CR 600 and CR 700 N, was closed, in addition to a portion of CR 475 N, between CR 850 and CR 900...
Exhibition against Miners opens Northview's season (11/04/09)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor The Northview girls' basketball season got its first chance to face unfamiliar competition this season with an exhibition against Linton on Wednesday night. The situational scrimmage was broken into four quarters, each one with a 15-minute running clock, no free throws were shot in the game and each squad was prohibited from using a pressing defense. After each quarter the score was reset back to zero as well...
PUBLIC RECORD 11-05-09 (11/04/09)
Clay County Courthouse The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse Nov. 2-4: Clay Superior Court -- Civil John R. Stadler Vs. Shawn K. Stadler: Domestic Relations Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance Vs. Kevin L. Wasnidge: Civil Plenary...
Harmony Happenings (11/04/09)
Harmony United Methodist Church will have a Jonah Fish Fry on Sunday, Nov. 8, from noon-3 p.m. Some of us will be making pies and other desserts on Saturday to prepare for the event. I promised to make two German chocolate pies and to help with the mac and cheese if needed. Brenda Shorter and Judy Maurer have their baked bean crew arranged and ready to go...
Brazil Buzz (11/04/09)
Our giant oaks and maples are nearly bare now. Only a few restless leaves remain. Soon they too will settle down for winter or will they? Could be, some die-hards will not want to land in my path. Replacement parts for my ailing mower arrived! Yes, Paul and I put Humpty Dumpty back together again. My lawn equipment is up and running smoothly. The mulching blades are ready for action and so am I...
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