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Stories from Thursday, November 19, 2009

Genealogical Society sets up holiday hours (11/19/09)
The Clay County Genealogical Society, Inc., will close its library during the holidays. The society will be closed Wednesday, Nov. 25, but will be open Saturday, Nov. 28. For Christmas, the society will close Wednesday, Dec. 23, and will reopen Monday, Jan. 4, 2010...
Pumpkin party! (11/19/09)
Some students will be able to lend a helping hand in the kitchen this Thanksgiving. Rae Anne Howald's Kindergarten class at Jackson Township Elementary prepared a special dessert Thursday to go along with an extraordinary party. "We are having a pumpkin pie festival," she said...
In remembrance (11/19/09)
After facing another tragic loss of one of its fellow students, the Northview High School campus was forced, once again, to come face-to-face with the frailty of its own existence. A monument, located at the school's rear entrance, currently has the names of 22 deceased NHS students and faculty members, dating back to 1987. ...
Knightsville working toward grant (11/19/09)
The town of Knightsville is taking the necessary steps to improve its water and sewer situation. On Wednesday, Knightsville Town Clerk/Treasurer Charlotte Reyher told The Brazil Times she and council president Mike Kester have started going door-to-door asking for surveys that were mailed out recently regarding the town's storm sewer project...
INDATA Project sets up 'Demo Day' (11/19/09)
TERRE HAUTE -- Autism affects more than one million Americans and is the fastest-growing developmental disability, according to the Autism Society of America. People with autism benefit from assistive technology in areas such as social interaction skills, expressive communication and overall understanding of the environment...
Songfest! (11/19/09)
Good Tidings Tabernacle, 403 N. Hoosier St., Brazil, will conduct its first Thanksgiving Songfest Fellowship at 7 p.m., Friday. Four area churches, Good Tidings Tabernacle, United Pentecostal Church, First Apostolic Church and the Apostolic Church of Jesus Christ, will come together and sing songs during the event...
Distinguished honor (11/19/09)
Area resident Ted Paris (right) was honored recently with the 2009 Colts Community Quarterback Award by current Colts' player Curtis Painter. The program was designed to recognize Colts season ticket holders who have demonstrated outstanding service to their community through volunteerism. ...
Honor Roll (11/19/09)
Clay City Elementary First Grade All A' Levi Adams, Lindsay Coley, Hailey Copeland, Hallie Harbaugh, Isabelle Hart, Mackenzie Phillips, Victoria Schopmeyer, Keegan Skinner, Josiah Webb, Chase Aten, Bryce Brock, Corbin Butts, Jonathan Gibbens, Emily Hyatt, Oaklee Nickless, Jadison Robinson, Ashley Weber, Lauren Westenhaver, Tara Arthur, Hannah Colburn, Mason Laswell, Lynnisha Medley, Trace Moss, Brittanee Royer, Alyssa Smith,...
Honor Roll (11/19/09)
East Side Elementary First Grade All A's Natalie Bell, Audrey Eppert, Jace Harper, Maizie Pell, Mitchell Sampson, Kaylee Thiel, Zackary Tyler, Dylan Zentko All A's and B's Christian Barnard, Macie Bowman, Colten Branham, Bryonna Cather, Jordyn Cather, Tristan Chiles, Delaney Ehrlich, Levi Hayes, Tyler Heading, Riley Jolly, Kade Knight, Ethan Monnett, Trinity Mornout, Cullen Pinedo, Dalton Polston, Kaleb Rowe, Joseph Winstead...
Honor Roll (11/19/09)
Staunton Elementary First Grade All A's Korbin Allen, Lauren Anacker, Courtney Blunt, Bailey Jones, Joey Price, Emme Smith, Abigail Stroud, Damion Brown, Kahla Fry, Grace Nicosin, Ian Oehler, Hunter Strain, Paige Strain All A's and B's Zeb Allen, Sydney Bays, Landon Boland, Brein Cooper, Ethan Ethington, Taylor Graes, Olivia Hayne, Emma Lumsdon, Regina Rusin, Parker Jordan, Madelyn Gerald, Alyssa Haverkamp, Grant Johnson, Serena Roberts, Elyssa Secrest, Tori Siddebottom, Brylea Walters...
Fourth-ranked Pioneers defeat Knights (11/19/09)
Times Staff Report MOORESVILLE -- The Northview girls' basketball team had a tall task on Thursday night, hitting the road to take on the Mooresville Pioneers. Mooresville, ranked fourth in the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association Poll, scored a 66-25 win over the Knights...
North Clay splits with visiting Vikings (11/19/09)
Times Staff Report The North Clay seventh and-eighth-grade basketball teams split a pair of games on Wednesday evening against West Vigo. The eighth-grade Knights scored a dominant, 44-16 victory and pulled away with a 17-0 advantage in the fourth quarter...
Public Record (11/19/09)
Clay County Justice Center The following jail bookings occurred at the Clay County Justice Center during Nov. 13-18. Awaiting Arraignment Brighton, Zachary, 23 Crockett, Robert L., 39 Gallatin, Matthew B., 24 Novotney, Jordan A., 24 Stearley, Joseph, 18...
Familiar events characterize fall (11/19/09)
This time of year is characterized by a few familiar events. These events come every year and can never be avoided. You may by now start to wonder what events I am referring to. Well they include: the fall harvest, Thanksgiving and gift giving. There has been a lot of information handed out, printed and discussed about the issues surrounding the fall harvest. ...
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