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Stories from Friday, December 18, 2009

Council approves rate increase (12/18/09)
Over the next few years, wastewater rates in Brazil will be going up. During a special meeting Thursday, the Common Council of the City of Brazil hesitantly approved the second reading of an ordinance increasing treatment rates for the city's Wastewater Utility, which encompasses both Brazil and the K&H Sewer District...
Students selfless for the holidays (12/18/09)
Students learn the true meaning of the Christmas by giving to those in need. "I am very proud of the students for putting others first and thinking of the animals at the shelter," Meridian Elementary Principal Karen Phillips said. Most elementary students look forward to the final days of school before Christmas break, besides having a party, students usually have a gift exchange...
Helping Santa (12/18/09)
Santa Claus is using a fire truck to make special visits to Posey Township this weeknd. With helper elves from the Posey Township Volunteer Fire Department, Santa Claus will visit 24 local families to deliver special Christmas presents. More than 70 children will be given toys and gift cards, while their parents will receive gift certificates for a local grocery store. ...
Test pilot receives recognition (12/18/09)
ANAHEIM, Calif. -- A former Clay City resident was one of nine pilots recently recognized at the Society of Experimental Test Pilots (SETP) 53rd annual awards banquet. On Sept. 26, nine SETP members were newly named to the grade of "Fellows Class of 2009" inductees, including Joe H. Engle, John H. Glenn, Eric P. Hansen, Leo G. Janssens, W.L. Martin Mayer, Charles A. Plummer, Jr., Ola Rignell, Charles F. Stender and former Clay City resident Mark Schlegel, currently of Kingman, Kan...
Singing holiday songs (12/18/09)
The Eastside Elementary School gymnasium was filled with Christmas cheer earlier this week as fifth-graders sang and acted out the skit, "The Good Things About Christmas and the Bad Things About Christmas." Courtesy Photo.
Eastside Christian Church (12/18/09)
Angel Food distribution day is today from 10-11 a.m. If you have ordered, please be sure to come to the church and pick up your order Steve England was our guest speaker last Sunday. If you were not with us, you missed a good message. We want to thank Steve and his wife for being with us...
Peniel United Methodist Church (12/18/09)
The ladies of Peniel United Methodist Church hosted their first Advent Tea Monday, Dec. 7. Tables were decorated and food was prepared by the eight hostesses, with 54 ladies attending the first event. Each table had an individual look with various themes, including Nativity Scenes and Angels...
CHURCH NEWS (12/18/09)
Carbon United Methodist Church Merry Christmas! I hope this will be a blessed Christmas for everyone reading this. Amid all the hurry and scurry, remember to stay focused on the purpose of this holy day and keep the birth of the Christ child in your heart...
Hoops teams come up just short (12/18/09)
Second half rallies against Edgewood fall short for Northview boys and girls basketball teams. Full articles will appear on this site when they become available
Lloyd Herbert Plunkett (12/18/09)
James R. Wagner (12/18/09)
James R. Wagner, 72, Brazil, died Thursday, Dec. 17, 2009, at his residence following an extended illness. He was born Aug. 26, 1937, in Illinois, to James Ernest and Thelma Josephine (Whitehead) Wagner. He grew up in St. Bernice, Ind., and graduated from St. ...
Robert Wayne Mayrose (12/18/09)
Robert Wayne Mayrose, 94, Clay City, passed away Thursday, Dec. 17, 2009, at home. He was born on Feb. 6, 1915, in Posey Township, to Ed and Vallie (Trout) Mayrose. He attended school at Wools School, graduated from Staunton High School in 1933 and received a teaching certificate from Indiana Normal School. ...
Helen F. Jones (12/18/09)
Helen F. Jones, 80, Sidney, Iowa, formerly of Tabor, Iowa, died Sunday, Dec. 13, 2009, at Shenandoah Care Center following a brief illness. Helen was born April 12, 1929, in Brazil, to Daniel Cedric Watts and Goldie Wauneta (Church) Watts. On April 12, 1936, she was married to George E. Jones in Maceo, Ky. They had been married for more than 50 years when George died...
Staunton Scene (12/18/09)
A very Merry Christmas to everyone. May your holiday be blessed with the Spirit of our Savior's birth. Staunton First Christain Church Sunday School begins at 9:30 a.m., with worship service following at 10:30. Doug Parkey is the minister. If you need transportation to morning worship service, please phone the church office at 446-3211. The bus is wheelchair equipped...
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