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Stories from Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Humane Society offers new grooming services (01/20/10)
There's some changes happening at the Clay County Humane Society. New co-directors Michael Sorrels and Brenda Gaskill began working in January toward creating a clean, safe and fun family environment at the shelter. Although Gaskill is currently out of town due to family illness, Sorrels recently spoke to The Brazil Times...
Spice it up for a chili cook-off (01/20/10)
It might be cold outside, but it's time for local residents to put on those aprons and thinking caps and cook up their unique versions of a hearty winter recipe to help support a worthy cause. To support the upcoming 2010 Clay County American Cancer Society Relay For Life event, The Brazil Times Relay For Life team, "Clark Kent Super Group," has scheduled a chili cook-off for Friday, Feb. 26...
No objections made during budget hearing (01/20/10)
In one situation, having no comment is a good thing. On Wednesday, the Indiana Department of Local Government Finance (DLGF) conducted a public hearing regarding proposed budgets, levies and tax rates for all of Clay County's taxing units. While representatives from the Clay Community School Corporation, Brazil Public Library and towns of Harmony and Knightsville were on hand, no taxpayers attended the hearing to voice objections...
Concert highlights night of praise and worship (01/20/10)
The community is invited to join in an evening of praise and worship at First Baptist Church in Brazil. At 7 p.m., today, Steve Cobb will be performing a collection of Christian music. "He has worked at praise and worship camps all over Indiana," Pastor Mark Thompson said. "He now works with the praise and worship staff with Max Lucado in San Antonio, Texas."...
Drivers in Riley accident to be charged (01/20/10)
VIGO COUNTY -- The Vigo County Prosecutor's Office has provided sufficient evidence in court that the drivers involved in a fatal two-vehicle accident causing the death of a Center Point man in Riley Sunday, should be arrested and charged in the matter...
Donation! (01/20/10)
Recently, Clay County Habitat for Humanity President Rogene Morge spoke to the Brazil Rotary Club regarding the organization's latest project, the newly completed home in Clay City, while also discussing plans for buildings the next Habitat home in Brazil. Morge (right) was presented a donation check by Rotary Club President Susan Thomas (left) of $250. Courtesy Photo...
HONOR ROLLS (01/20/10)
Forest Park Elementary School Kindergarten Perfect Attendance Makenna Cook, Sara Auterson, Daizy Batchelor, Landon Winchel, Gabrielle Gates, Kaitlyn Manning, Kathryn Powell, Landon Fulk, Mason Staley, Kenneth Stewart First Grade All A's Thomas Brooks, Lexi Alexander, Kennady Harden, Jaden Cox, Jonah Freeman, Lexy Snow, Clara Thompson, Mackenzie Michael, Rachel Gibbens, Mason Reynolds, Hunter Torbert...
Big first quarter sparks Knights to freshman victory (01/20/10)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor The Northview freshman basketball team hit its first three shots, including a pair of 3-pointers and cruised to a comfortable, 42-26 victory. The Knights scored the first 15 points of the game and forced four early turnovers as both Garrett Baysinger and Travis Hakman knocked home 3-pointers. Northview pulled out to a 17-2 lead after one quarter of action. Craig Peters scored a pair of buckets along with forward Bryce Britton...
Northview girls fall to Danville on the road (01/20/10)
Times Staff Report DANVILLE -- The Northview Knights held a one-point lead on the road at Danville on Wednesday night before the Warriors won the free throw battle in the fourth quarter for a 49-37 win over the Warriors. Danville held a 19-6 advantage in the fourth quarter to pick up the win. Northview got 15 points from Lauren Web-ster and 11 from Carlee Bell in the loss. Chelsey Sampson had six points for the Knights followed by Jessica LaTourette with four and a point for Alyssa Conrad...
Howard helps Magic halt losing skid versus Pacers (01/20/10)
By ANTONIO GONZALEZ Associated Press Writer ORLANDO, Fla. -- Dwight Howard had 32 points and 11 rebounds, and the Orlando Magic held off the Indiana Pacers for a 109-98 victory Wednesday night to end a three-game losing streak. Matt Barnes added 16 rebounds, 10 points and six assists to help the streaky Magic build a 29-point first half lead before going cold. Orlando had lost seven of its last nine games, and letting this one slip could have been a catastrophic blow...
Should smoking be banned in all public places? (01/20/10)
Jim Hite (01/20/10)
Jim Hite joined his Savior, Jesus Christ, Sunday, Jan. 10, 2010, at the age of 65. He was active until the last four months of his life, living -- as he had had for the past 12 years -- in Tampa, Fla., enjoying retirement, and golf. His death came quietly following a brief battle with cancer...
Brazil Buzz (01/20/10)
All is well in the little blue house at the end of the road this Sunday afternoon. Tootie Mae looks like a happy papoose. She claimed temporary ownership of my beautiful mauve and white handmade quilt. Our little dachshund bundled up and went to sleep shortly after a shampooing that left her lying in a bed of fragrant roses...
Harmony Happenings (01/20/10)
Betty Julbert was back at Harmony United Methodist Church this past Sunday. She had been out for surgery and is now doing fine. She thanked Pastor Bob Kumpf for his many visits during her illness and thanked everyone for their cards and prayers. Some other members are out for surgery now, too. Include them in your prayers. We wish them a speedy recovery...
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