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Stories from Friday, November 20, 2009

Be careful with farm vehicles on the road (11/20/09)
It's harvest time, which means farmers are busy. Motorists are urged to use caution as farm equipment is moved from field to field along county roadways this fall and increase deer movement. Clay County Sheriff Mike Heaton said driving safety during harvest season, or anytime, is simple...
Committee conducting food drive at parade (11/20/09)
An idea to help those in need within Clay County sprung out of a meeting that took place Nov. 11. The Christmas In The Park committee met that evening and decided they wanted to add something to the annual parade, which is scheduled to take place Friday, Nov. 27...
Van Buren students successful with food drive (11/20/09)
Students at Van Buren Elementary are giving back to the community. The student council recently sponsored a food drive to benefit a food pantry in Harmony and the students donated in force. Approximately 400 cans were collected throughout the week and the student council sponsors were impressed with the turn out...
Rash of break-ins, thefts in county (11/20/09)
Southern Clay County residents who have been a recent victim of a break-in and/or vehicle or property theft are asked to report information to local law enforcement officials. On Friday, officials confirmed to The Brazil Times members of the Clay County Sheriff's Department, Indiana State Police and the Clay City Police Department are currently investigating a rash of reports of criminal activity in and around the Clay City area and in Harrison Township...
'C' is for Cotton Candy (11/20/09)
Gawasi Kahn takes a bite of her cotton candy Friday at Meridian Elementary School. The school's kindergarten teachers, Katie Sims and Laura Maurer, pick a different letter each week for the students to work with. The letter "C" was chosen this week. The students had the opportunity to watch a video on the letter and also were given cotton candy. Gawasi is the daughter of Cory and Brenda Kahn. Jason Moon Photo...
House of Hope celebrates 10th anniversary (11/20/09)
As the House of Hope celebrated its 10th anniversary and appreciation banquet Nov. 7, its top two executives, the Rev. James Bracken and Pete Latrenta, praised Jerry and Julie Fine of Christ Community Church for "having us come to town." Several hundred people attended the affair in the Family Life Centre of First Christian Church...
CHURCH NEWS (11/20/09)
Brazil First United Methodist Church Which Bible did the Pilgrims bring with them on the Mayflower in 1620? Were the passengers of the Mayflower Pilgrim Separatists or were their others? What version of the Lord's Prayer did they pray? Join Pastor Tony at Brazil First United Methodist Church for these anwers and more during Sunday worship...
Knights tip-off basketball season at jamboree (11/20/09)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor TERRE HAUTE -- If there's one thing you can learn at a basketball jamboree, it's that you typically can't make too many concrete judgements about a squad based on what you take away from the scrimmage. On Friday night, all three Vigo County schools and Northview took to the floor for two quarters apiece with Terre Haute South and West Vigo combining on the scoreboard against Terre Haute North and Northview...
Shirley A. Nevins (11/20/09)
Shirley A. Nevins, 78, Brazil, passed away unexpectedly Nov. 19, 2009, at St. Vincent Clay Hospital, Brazil. She was born March 6, 1931, in Clay County, the daughter of Virgil and Lucille Wells Black. She graduated from Van Buren High School. In her working career, she was employed at Baeslers, CBS, Mallory's in Greencastle and Kroger as a cashier. She also baked pies for Flicks and the Double N Dinner for several years...
PUBLIC RECORD 11-21-09 (11/20/09)
Clay County Courthouse The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse Nov. 18-20: Clay Superior Court -- Civil Capital One Bank Vs. April J. Hadley: Civil Collections Capital One Bank Vs. Mary E. Stone: Civil Collections LVNV Funding Vs. Tammy Hendricks: Civil Collections...
Staunton Scene (11/20/09)
Staunton's Combined Community Thanksgiving Service will be at Staunton United Methodist Church this Sunday, Nov. 22, at 6 p.m. This is an annual tradition sponsored by Staunton Christian Church and Staunton United Methodist Church. Special music will be provided by the James Family Singers. After the service, there will be a time for refreshments and fellowship in the church basement. Everyone in the area is invited to attend...
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