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Stories from Monday, December 14, 2009

Knightsville resident injured in collision (12/14/09)
VIGO COUNTY -- A Knightsville resident was injured during a two-vehicle head-on collision on United States 40, just west of Hunt Road and near Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Sunday evening. According to information provided by the Indiana State Police, troopers and other members of Vigo County emergency agencies responded to the accident that injured five people...
Stroud trial reset (12/14/09)
The trial for a Clay County woman allegedly involved in missing funds at a local trucking company could have a change of venue On Monday, Sonya M. Stroud, 40, Brazil, and defense attorney Roscoe Stovall appeared before Clay Superior Court Judge J. Blaine Akers to formally vacate a pending jury trial on initial charges filed in January and accept the filing for new charges in the case...
Donation (12/14/09)
Exotic Feline Rescue Center representative Jean Herrberg (right) accepts a $1,000 donation from Walmart Support Manager Curtis Smith (left) and Store Manager Jeremy O'Leary.
ISP announces cuts (12/14/09)
The Indiana State Police recently announced the state has eliminated 42 Inspection Officers from its Motor Carrier Division. The cuts amount to half of the division's existing staff, and were made as a cost-cutting move due to the state's financial status...
Group to host speaker (12/14/09)
The West Central Indiana 9-12 Patriots will feature guest speaker Kristi Risk at their bi-monthly meeting Friday. The public is invited to attend the group's meeting, scheduled to start at 6 p.m. The meeting will take place at First Financial Bank, 502 Main St., Clay City...
Holiday hours changing (12/14/09)
The Brazil Times will be printed only four days during the week of Christmas. Papers will be published on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. There will be no newspaper published Christmas Day or on Saturday, Dec. 26. In addition, the newspaper will be published four days the following week...
Clay City girls fall in TRC match with Ladybirds (12/14/09)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor CLAY CITY -- Sometimes the key to earning a win on the basketball court is the determination and energy you play with until the final buzzer. On Monday night it was the undermanned North Central Ladybirds, missing a number of former starters due to injury, pulled together for a 47-33 win over the Eels in a Tri-River Conference tussle...
NHS frosh girls fall to Clovers (12/14/09)
BY CLAY CUNNINGHAM Times Staff Reporter The Northview girls' basketball C team came out sluggish and never fully recovered, falling to Cloverdale by the score of 37-25 Monday night. The Knights struggled in the first quarter, scoring only five points, compared to six turnovers. A bad quarter was capped when Clovers guard Bristina Skiles hit a buzzer beating three-pointer to give her team a 15-5 lead...
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