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Stories from Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Northview students see workforce up close (11/18/09)
Several Northview High School students scoured through the community Tuesday and Wednesday learning more about the workforce. Approximately 60-70 students took time out of their schedule during those two days to job shadow at different businesses. The job shadowing is part of the Orientation to Life and Career class through the Family And Consumer Sciences department at NHS...
Elementaries helping out in time for holidays (11/18/09)
Students within the Clay Community School Corporation are giving back to those in need. With the holidays coming up, area schools are working to ensure families have food on their table. "At Staunton Elementary the student council is sponsoring a food drive again this year," fifth-grade teacher Denise Brush said. "We ask during the month of November that each child bring in non-perishable items that we will then donate to the Staunton Food Pantry."...
BPD warns residents of telemarketing scam (11/18/09)
The Brazil City Police Department provided The Brazil Times with information Wednesday regarding a new "telemarketing scam" taking place in the area. "We've been inundated with phone calls, as well as our local Walmart store, reporting telemarketers telling people they have won a gift card," Police Chief Dave Archer said. "The telemarketer then asks for $4 to cover the cost of shipping and a credit card number as confirmation."...
Decorating divas (11/18/09)
Employees at the Clay County Courthouse are sprucing up the place for the holidays. Cathy Collins (left), Bev Timko and Annette Walden are part of the crew hanging decorations -- including hundreds of new decorations created by students from local elementary schools -- in the rotunda. Unavailable for the picture were Peggy and Rick Hayes, Wayne Knox and Garrett Alumbaugh. The project will be completed before the Christmas In the Park Parade, scheduled for Nov. 27. Ivy Jacobs Photo...
Lack of quorum delays decision on annexation (11/18/09)
The Common Council of the City of Brazil has a few more days to consider its annexation options. Due to a lack of a quorum, the council was unable to conduct a special meeting, which was scheduled for Tuesday. Council members Pat Heffner and Bill Lovett were in attendance, but Steve Lamb (illness), Sam Glover (prior commitment) and Brad Deal (work) were unable to be at the meeting, leaving the council short of the three members necessary to conduct a meeting...
Rotary presents awards at banquet (11/18/09)
The Brazil Rotary Club conducted its annual awards banquet at Goodies Galore Oct. 26. President Susan Thomas opened the event by thanking Rotarians, spouses and friends for their support during their only fundraising event, the 4th of July celebration. ...
H1N1 vaccination clinic this weekend (11/18/09)
The Clay County Health Department will conduct another H1N1 vaccination clinic for county residents from 9 a.m.-2 p.m., Saturday, at the Clay County Courthouse. The clinic is for the following target groups as specified by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC):...
HONOR ROLLS (11/18/09)
Forest Park Elementary Kindergarten Perfect Attendance Chloe Clark, Jennessa Hancock, Kaitlyn Manning, Dannielle McBride, Shiloh McClusky, Kullen Muenier, Aubrey Preston, Mason Staley, Kenneth Stewart, Jordan Hancock, Makenna Cook, Jazlynn Muncy, Brianna Smith, Landon Winchel...
Indiana high school girls' basketball scores (11/18/09)
Tuesday's Scores By The Associated Press GIRLS' BASKETBALL Adams Central 48, Prairie Hts. 28 Angola 69, W. Noble 44 Austin 83, New Washington 59 Beech Grove 58, Morristown 31 Bellmont 55, Ft. Wayne Dwenger 53 Blackford 38, Southern Wells 33...
College basketball season in full swing for area athletes (11/18/09)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor College basketball season is fully underway as Thanksgiving nears and several local high school graduates have hit the hardwood for their respective programs. A number of other athletes are still on the shelf due to injury...
Pacers keep Nets winless (11/18/09)
By BRIAN MAHONEY AP Basketball Writer EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Danny Granger thought the Indiana Pacers had a rough start to the season. Try telling that to the winless New Jersey Nets. Granger scored 22 points, Roy Hibbert tied a career high with 19 and the Pacers dropped the Nets to 0-11 with a 91-83 victory Tuesday night...
Duke Camp (11/18/09)
Duke Camp, 52, Seelyville, died Nov. 16, 2009, at Union Hospital, Terre Haute. He was born June 20, 1957, in Arkansas. He lived in the Clay City area for several years and graduated from Clay City High School with the class of 1977. Following high school, he attended Olivet Nazarene University. ...
PUBLIC RECORD 11-19-09 (11/18/09)
Clay County Courthouse The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse Nov. 16-18: Clay Superior Court -- Civil Capital One Bank Vs. Shannon D. Abel: Civil Collections CACH, LLC Vs. Kimberly S. Boes: Civil Collections Clay Circuit Court -- Civil...
Harmony Happenings (11/18/09)
Neighbors along US 40 in Harmony have begun to think they have the new Bermuda Triangle. Having two vehicles run off the highway in nearly the same spot during the same week is a little scary. The two situations were completely different. One driver was moving at a high rate of speed and lost control while the other was just sick, minding his own business, and heading home. Both ended up in somebody's yard damaging property...
Brazil Buzz (11/18/09)
Today is our anniversary. The day of the elopement is as vivid in our minds, as yesterday is. Our bold move caused quite a stir among my kinfolk on that cold November day in 1957, shortly after my eighteenth birthday. The hot water heated to the boiling point, when I bravely made the announcement that lead to troubled waters...
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