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Stories from Thursday, January 14, 2010

Harmony man faces multiple charges (01/14/10)
Officials believe a rural Brazil resident initally charged with various drug allegations Thursday will face more charges and possibly come to the attention of federal authorities. On Jan. 12, Timothy A. Cheatham, 44, Harmony, was arrested by members of the Clay County Sheriff's Department, Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) and the Putnam County Sheriff's Department without incident at his residence on an initial charge of class A Dealing Methamphetamine and booked into the Clay County Justice Center.. ...
Bang for a buck (01/14/10)
City purchases two homes through HUD initiative The City of Brazil is expanding its beautification efforts. Recently, the City of Brazil closed on the purchase of two area homes through the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development's (HUD) Dollar Homes initiative...
Search ongoing for missing man (01/14/10)
VIGO COUNTY -- Although there is no new information at this time, Indiana State Police officials confirm the investigation continues into the recent disappearance of a Brazil resident. Charles Raymond Chumley Jr., 30, was reported missing Tuesday, Dec. 10, by his wife Jennifer Chumley...
Thursday accident stalls traffic on SR 59 (01/14/10)
A major artery into the City of Brazil became clogged Thursday morning after a two-vehicle accident. At approximately 6:50 a.m., officials with the Clay County Sheriff's Department responded to the accident, near the Marathon Food Center (Quick Pick South) by County Road 800 N., on State Road 59...
Reelsville man pleads not guilty to killing wife (01/14/10)
GREENCASTLE -- As members of Kathryne Bledsoe's family sobbed audibly, a not guilty plea was entered Thursday in Putnam County Circuit Court on behalf of the man accused of her murder. Jeremy Bledsoe, 31, Reelsville, stands accused of shooting Kathryne -- his wife of 10 years -- to death Wednesday morning in the couple's home. At his initial hearing Thursday morning, Judge Matthew Headley, at the request of Putnam County Prosecutor Tim Bookwalter, ordered Bledsoe held without bond...
BREAKING: Brazil man arrested on drug charges (01/14/10)
After an 18-month investigation, Clay County Sheriff's Department officials confirmed this morning a Brazil resident has been formally charged with various allegations of dealing and possessing drugs, paraphernalia and more than $70,000 in cash. On Jan. ...
No paper Monday (01/14/10)
In honor of Martin Luther King Day, The Brazil Times will not publish a Monday newspaper. The Times will, however, publish a newspaper Tuesday, Jan. 19. For more information, call 446-2216.
Reelsville man taken into custody (01/14/10)
Two-vehicle accident stalls traffic (01/14/10)
A major artery into the City of Brazil became clogged Thursday morning after a two-vehicle accident. The accident took place shortly before 7 a.m., near the Marathon Food Center (Quick Pick South) by County Road 800 N., on State Road 59. According to Clay County Dep. Brad Hardey, a passenger vehicle was attempting a turn into the service station. An approaching truck didn't see the signal and collided with the vehicle...
'BARN AGAIN' workshop scheduled (01/14/10)
A workshop and tours offering advice and inspiration to owners who need help figuring out how to keep old barns in business will take place March 5-6. The "BARN AGAIN!" workshop and tours will be sponsored by the Historic Landmarks Foundation of Indiana, Preserve Dubois County, and Historic Southern Indiana...
USDA entering partnership with IRS (01/14/10)
INDIANAPOLIS -- USDA Farm Service Agency in Indiana Executive Director Julia Wickard announced Wednesday that USDA will be partnering with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to reduce fraud in farm programs and streamline payment limits for family farmers...
Farmers team up for new consumer offer (01/14/10)
INDIANAPOLIS -- Whoever said there's no such thing as a free lunch never met Indiana farmers. In fact, they will be offering the chance for all Indiana residents to win a free breakfast, lunch and dinner by way of free groceries -- for an entire year...
MDA in need of summer camp volunteers (01/14/10)
INDIANAPOLIS -- The Muscular Dystrophy Association is searching for summer camp volunteers. Volunteer counselors are needed to assist young people with neuromuscular diseases and help them enjoy a fun-filled summer camp July 3-9, at Bradford Woods in Martinsville...
Patriots' freshmen team cruises past Northview (01/14/10)
BY CLAY CUNNINGHAM Times Staff Reporter A sluggish first half resulted in a lopsided defeat for the Northview freshman team, who fell hard to the Patriots of Terre Haute North, by a score of 53-34 Thursday night. The Patriots dominated the first half in all phases, most notably on the boards, where they held an 18-6 rebound advantage...
Eels fall short in defensive struggle (01/14/10)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor CLAY CITY -- The Bloomfield Cardinals played impressively on defense and took advantage of a tentative Clay City Eels squad to win its fifth game out of the last six contests on Thursday evening. Bloomfield held Clay City to just nine-of-33 shooting from the field on the way to a 38-28 victory and a Southwestern Indiana Conference victory...
Ronald Lee Wolfe (01/14/10)
Ronald Lee Wolfe, 64, formerly of Clay City, died Jan. 13, 2009, after a brave battle with Leukemia at MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, Texas. Services are pending at Schoppenhorst Funeral Home, Clay City.
Keith Alan Strong (01/14/10)
Keith Alan Strong, 56, Los Angeles, Calif., passed on to eternal life Monday, Jan. 4, 2010. He was born Dec. 12, 1953, at Clay County Hospital in Brazil, to the late Amos Strong Sr., and Virginia Strong. In 1973, he graduated from Brazil Senior High School, where he played varsity football (quarterback), basketball and other intramural sports. He accepted a football scholarship from St. Mary's of the Plains College in Dodge City, Kan...
Public Record (01/14/10)
Clay County Justice Center The following jail bookings occurred at the Clay County Justice Center during Jan. 8-13. Awaiting Arraignment Cheatham, Timothy A., 44 Clawson, Crystal G., 31 Ingalls, Ronald, 38 Paul, Carrie Ann, 36 West, Ollie Marcell, 39...
Public Record (01/14/10)
Clay County Courthouse The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse Jan. 11-14: Clay Superior Court -- Civil Discover Bank Vs. Christina McCreery: Civil Collections Amica Mutual Insurance Company Vs. Terry Lambert: Civil Collections...
Warm up with a nutritional stew (01/14/10)
Here is our favorite family soup recipe to take the chill off after sledding, or to serve with football on the side. The recipe below fills a large slow cooker, and leftovers taste good within four days, or can be frozen. This great recipe is a perfect way to add good solid nutrition in a flavorful way, and is weight-wise, thanks to all the fiber...
Gardeners should attend series (01/14/10)
Gardening is one of the more popular hobbies or past times of homeowners. Everyone knows how to grow a plant thanks to science and other classes you probably participated in during elementary and middle school. For example, who can forget taking a bean and placing it between two wet paper towels, sealing it up in a plastic bag, then watching the roots grow. Then in high school, many got to dissect a plant or two, so that they could learn the various parts of a flower...
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