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Stories from Wednesday, January 6, 2010

City teams up with KFC in campaign (01/06/10)
The Colonel will have his face around Brazil for the next month. In an effort to help cities with financial struggles pay for needed fire safety repairs and improvements, Kentucky Fried Chicken unveiled an advertising campaign bringing the brand's iconic logo to neighborhood fire hydrants and extinguishers in public buildings...
Chinook mine area certified as Mega Site (01/06/10)
A recent move may make Clay County a big target for business in the near future. Recently, the Chinook mine site was certified as a CSX Transportation Large Industrial/Light Manufacturing Mega Site by McCallum Sweeney Consulting, Greenville, S.C. "It is the first area in the state to receive the certification as a Mega Site," Commissioner Paul Sinders told The Brazil Times about the 4,500-plus-acre property which straddles the Clay-Vigo line...
BREAKING: Sowers arraigned in court (01/06/10)
It was an emotional Wednesday morning in Clay Circuit Court, as Jessie Allen Sowers was formally arraigned for his alleged involvement in the death of Haley Bryan on New Year's Day. Bryan, 17, Clay City, died at St. Vincent Clay Hospital of an alleged overdose after she and three friends smoked the drug contained in a stolen Fentanyl Transdermal System pain patch...
Survey for grant successful (01/06/10)
The first step has been completed. Recently, members of the Knightsville Town Council had asked community members to fill out survey forms in order for the town to apply for a Community Development Block Grant, monies for projects involving the town waterworks and storm sewers...
Tips for driving safe in wintry conditions (01/06/10)
During winter, driving conditions can change quickly depending on weather conditions. To help residents prepare for the winter driving season, the Indiana State Police Department has offered safety tips. Be prepared Drive according to road conditions...
Page program applications available (01/06/10)
INDIANAPOLIS -- State Rep. Nancy Michael (D-Greencastle) has made it a priority to improve the involvement and educational opportunities available to state residents about the governmental process in the state. For that reason, she encourages students within Clay, Parke, Putnam and Vigo counties to apply for the Indiana House Democrats Page Program...
Indianapolis man charged with murder, robbery (01/06/10)
INDIANAPOLIS -- An Indianapolis man was formally charged Tuesday of murdering another man at a home in Geist. Geist is an area in northeastern Indianapolis -- in Lawrence Township -- and southeastern Hamilton County. The area is named after a local reservoir...
UPDATE: Service announces Winter Weather Advisory (01/06/10)
Weather service issues Winter Storm Watch (01/06/10)
The National Weather Service in Indianapolis has issued a Winter Storm Watch for Clay County. The watch is expected to remain in effect until Friday morning. According to the report, a total of 3-4-inches of snow is expected to accumulate in the area through Thursday. More snow is expected Friday...
North Clay sixth-grade cruises past South Putnam (01/06/10)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor Three weeks after its last game on Dec. 16, the North Clay sixth-grade boys' basketball team cruised past the same opponent, the South Putnam Eagles, for a 54-28 win in the 'A' game and a 30-9 victory in the 'B' contest...
Kermit Quentin Hibner (01/06/10)
Kermit Quentin Hibner, 86, Brazil, died 12:25 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 31, 2009, at his residence following an extended illness. He was born Feb. 26, 1923, in Indianapolis, as the son of William H. and Berta Mount Hibner. Following graduation from Shortridge High School he graduated from Butler University and the Indiana University School of Medicine. ...
Brazil Buzz (01/06/10)
Today, our youngest granddaughter, Mary Shannon Patrick's week- long visit with us ended. Everyone in the little blue house at the end of the road, including Ms. Tootie Mae will miss the perky teenager and, in addition; her proud grandparents look forward to her return...
Harmony Happenings (01/06/10)
Harmony United Methodist Church will have a Wednesday evening Bible study that started last night. Folks may still attend. The group will be reading the book, Enough: Discovering Joy Through Simplicity and Generosity. The course runs for five weeks...
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