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Stories from Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Council passes annexation ordinance (11/24/09)
The City of Brazil may soon become a little bit larger. During a special meeting of the Common Council of the City of Brazil Monday, an ordinance was passed annexing seven specified area into the city's corporate limits. The annexed areas are on the outer edges of the city limits, and total up to approximately 386.86 acres...
LEAAP Center enjoys Thanksgiving feast (11/24/09)
Thanksgiving came early at the LEAAP (Linking Education to Adults, Adolescents and Preschoolers) Center. "We took a field trip to Kroger," teacher Cheryl Williams said. "After the tour, the students bought groceries." Parents were asked to donate $2 for the shopping trip and students had the opportunity to talk to the workers and learn about their jobs at the store...
UPDATED: Five nabbed so far for vandalism (11/24/09)
After investigating a rash of burglary, vandalism and property/vehicle theft complaints in southern Clay County for more than two weeks, officials confirmed to The Brazil Times Tuesday five suspects have been taken into custody and more arrests are expected...
Christmas In The Park displays (11/24/09)
The following is a list of the 2009 Christmas In The Park displays, which will be located at Forest Park: Shelters Ground Displays...
Guest speaker at First Baptist Church Sunday (11/24/09)
Robert Brock will speak at the First Baptist Church, 10:30 a.m., Sunday, Nov. 29. The church is located at 413 S. Walnut St., Brazil. Brock will talk about the persecuted church around the world. He has been a mission representative with the Voice of the Martyrs since 1993. Before joining VOM, he was a missionary in Europe working with refugees from Communist and Islamic countries...
Brazil High School Class of 1954 (11/24/09)
The Brazil High School Class of 1954 celebrated their 55th class reunion at the Clay County YMCA on Saturday, Oct. 10. The evening started with a tour through the former Brazil Jr. High School's classrooms and hallways, led by Jack Tucker. They returned afterward to the "Y" for a catered dinner. Paul Tilley, class president, read the memorial list of 39 deceased members and a moment of silence was observed...
Birthday (11/24/09)
Hazel McDermont Hazel McDermont will be celebrating her 90th birthday on Sunday, Nov. 29, 2009, from 2-4 p.m. at the Clay County Senior Citizen Center, 120 S. Franklin St., Brazil. She was born in Kansas, and has lived most of her life in Clay County...
Quite a Shot (11/24/09)
A day after turning 7, Wyatt Patterson tagged himself an 11-point deer Thursday afternoon while hunting with his father, Brian Patterson, Brazil, near the Clay/Putnam line with a .357 handgun. It's been quite the hunting season for Wyatt as three weeks ago, he was able to nab a 440-pound boar in Pennsylvania with w .44 Magnum. Jason Jacobs Photo...
Moon's celebrate Autumn in the Rockies (11/24/09)
The Moon's, Ron, Bruce and wife Becky, and Mandy "Mimi," enjoyed the beautiful mountains and villages in the Denver area. The awesome vistas of the Rocky range was ablaze with the fall colors. The popular destination of the Garden of the Gods, Manitou Springs, Colorado Springs, Pike's Peak, Canon City, Royal Gorge and Rocky Mountian Park wer explored...
Home Tour Tickets available at Art Gallery in Rockville (11/24/09)
Tickets for the annual Home Tour are now on sale at the Art Gallery on the north side of the Square. Those purchasing tickets before Dec. 5 will save $1 per ticket. Homes on the tour include the Hiland Home, Mecca; the Swaim Home, south of Rockville; the Butler-Davies Guest House and the Callans Home, both in Rockville...
Honor Rolls (11/24/09)
CORRECTIONS Corrections have been submitted by the elementary schools: Forest Park Elementary First Grade All A's Hunter Torbert and Cameron Vanatti Fourth Grade Perfect Attendance Taylor Crafton All A and B's Corbin Patterson Jackson Township Elementary...
Northview frosh fall to Panthers (11/24/09)
Times Staff Report BLOOMINGTON -- Northview's freshman boys basketball team opened its season Monday night with a 57-38 loss at Bloomington South. The game was tied 12-12 after one quarter and the Panthers led 29-24 at halftime. Bloomington South broke the game open in the third quarter by outscoring the Knights 15-7...
Free throws pivotal as Eels smash Rox on the road (11/24/09)
Times Staff Report ROCKVILLE -- The Clay City Eels overcame a scoreless second quarter and first half foul trouble to top Rockville on the road 40-33 on Monday night. The Eels picked up the win by hitting 11-of-17 free throws in the fourth quarter as Rockville was atrocious from the line, making just nine-of-26 in the game...
North Clay falls to Woodrow Wilson (11/24/09)
Times Staff Report The North Clay boys' basketball teams had tough games against Woodrow Wilson on Monday evening falling in both the seventh- and-eighth-grade games to the Warriors. The eighth-grade Knights dropped a 25-14 decision in the 'A' game before bouncing back to win 22-20 in the 'B' contest...
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tilley (11/24/09)
Paul and Anita Tilley will be celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary on Thanksgiving Day. They were married on Thanksgiving Day, 1959. They are both retired Clay Community School Teachers. Anita is the former Miss Payne. The Tilley's will celebrate with their daughter and son-in-law, Kim and John Murray; and son and daughter-in-law, Randy and Melissa Tilley; along with grandchildren Hunter Reberger and Savanna Green...
Mr. and Mrs. Grady Paddock (11/24/09)
Grady and Mary Beth Paddock will be celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary. They were married on Dec. 1, 1984 at the Rockville Presbyterian Church with the Rev. Ruth Mashewske officating. Mary Beth is the former Miss Aikin. They will celebrate by renewing their vows during an open house on Saturday, Nov. 28 at 2:30 p.m., at Clark's Reception Hall, Rockville. The open house will be from 2-7 p.m., with food and drinks...
JAIL BOOKINGS 11-25-09 (11/24/09)
Clay County Justice Center The following jail bookings occurred at the Clay County Justice Center during Nov. 18-23. Awaiting Arraignment Anderson II, Tommy J., 18 Clark, John W., 18 Lile, Jerry Franklin Sr., 33 Awaiting Warrant Arraignment Grimes, Lloyd R., 27...
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