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Stories from Sunday, November 8, 2009

Heading Back in Time (11/08/09)
Students had a taste of the past. After reading the novel "A long way from Chicago," by Richard Peck, North Clay Middle School seventh-grade English teacher Jennie Harbour wanted to give the students a wrap-up event for the book. "I wanted to have a fun culminating event," she said. "We have completed research about the 1930s and the novel is full of references to food."...
Week after state title, NMK working on Christmas show (11/08/09)
It's been just more than one week since the Northview Marching Knights captured the 2009 Indiana State School Music Association Class B state title. However, just because marching season has concluded, the Knights are not resting on their laurels. Rather, NMK has entered a "new season."...
BCB sets up Nov. 22 concert (11/08/09)
TERRE HAUTE -- The Brazil Concert Band, under the direction of Matthew S. Huber, will present "William Tell and Friends," at the Scottish Rite Cathedral, located at 8th and Ohio Streets in Terre Haute. The event will take place at 3 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 22...
Health department sets up vaccine clinic (11/08/09)
The Clay County Health Department will conduct an H1N1 vacciation clinic at the Clay County Courthouse Thursday, from 9 a.m.-noon, and again from 5-8 p.m. The clinic will be for the following the Centers for Disease Control target groups: Both the inactivated H1N1 injection and the live, attenuated H1N1 intranasal spray vaccines will be utilized depending on age and health status...
No paper Wednesday (11/08/09)
In honor of Veteran's Day, The Brazil Times will not publish a newspaper Wednesday. However, a newspaper will be published for Tuesday publication.
Barnett and True part of Pomeroys' national championship team (11/08/09)
Times Staff Report CONCORD, NH -- In its first year of existence, the Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College cross country team is a national champion. On Saturday afternoon, the Pomeroys placed all five of its scoring runners in the top-12 overall in claiming the title in the United States Collegiate Athletic Association National Cross Country Championship held in Concord, NH...
Balanced effort leads Sycamores past University of Indianapolis (11/08/09)
ISU Press Release TERRE HAUTE -- Just as it did in its first exhibition game of the season, the Indiana State men's basketball team saw four players reach double figures in a 82-67 win over the visiting University of Indianapolis Greyhounds in front of 3,261 fans at the Hulman Center Saturday afternoon...
Most came home (11/08/09)
Editor's Note: The following column was submitted from local resident David Lewis in honor of Veteran's Day. Veteran's Day is set aside to give due honor to those men and woman who faithfully served in the United States military, did their duty, and then came home...
New support group being formed (11/08/09)
To the Editor: This letter is to inform the public of a Celiac Disease group being formed in the area. It will include many of the surrounding counties, such as Vigo, Parke, Putnam, Owen and Sullivan. It is sponsored by the Celiac Sprue Association...
Halloween hours unacceptable (11/08/09)
To the Editor: Why is trick-or-treating only allowed for one evening? Not everybody works 8 a.m.-4 p.m., Monday-Friday. Some people work nights and 12-hour shifts. Trick-or-treating is for the kids and if parents have to work on that one night, it is not fair to the children...
Commending area coordinators (11/08/09)
To the Editor: As a health educator at North Clay Middle School, I would like to commend Kandace Brown and Michele Lee. Kandace brings the character based education classes: Peers Educating Peers to NCMS and Michele Lee, the infant stimulator program, "Baby Think it Over."...
Visit to area orchard wonderful (11/08/09)
To the Editor: This is a letter praising the business man at West Orchard. On the afternoon of Oct. 24, my husband, his 90-year-old grandmother and myself went to West Orchard for apples but we were blessed with more. My husband's grandmother grew up in this area and was here for a short visit. On our way to her great-great-grandson's birthday party, we stopped at West Orchard...
Class willing to help campaign (11/08/09)
To the Editor: It has been brought to the attention of the Northview Advanced Health class that the Clay County Youth Football campus is not tobacco free. Unlike all the youth leagues in Clay County, it is the only one that allows young children to be exposed to second-hand smoke. ...
Adults should be role models (11/08/09)
Editor's Note: These are the first two of four letters from a writing campaign engineered by the Northview High School Advanced Health Class. To the Editor: Every child has a hero or role model. For most kids, it is a respected adult, such as a teacher, coach, parent or an older sibling...
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