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Stories from Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Jury returns with verdict of not guilty (02/03/10)
Within an hour, the jury in John Sebeck's arson trial had lunch and returned a not guilty verdict Wednesday. Around 1:30 p.m., the decision was announced in Clay Circuit Court. Using the court's final 16 instructions as a guide, the jury was unable to find the evidence presented by the state proof enough to find Sebeck "guilty of each element of the crime charged, beyond a reasonable doubt."...
Interest in park benches increasing over time (02/03/10)
Originally, George Kumpf planned on purchasing only one park bench to have placed at the Forest Park Band Shell. However, the idea blossomed and by the end of the month, through donations made by many local residents, Kumpf will be placing a much larger order...
Numerous voting options available for primary (02/03/10)
While the 2010 Primary Election is still three months away, it is never to early too start thinking about how to cast a ballot. Residents have until Monday, April 5, to register to vote in the primary, which is also the same day early voting begins...
Park bench donations (02/03/10)
The Brazil High School Class of 1963 recently purchased a new park bench to be placed at the Forest Park Band Shell later this year. On hand for the donation included (from left) John Robinson, Diane Braden, Suzie Crowder, George Kumpf, Julia Hoffa and Mary Sue Jackson. Jason Moon Photo...
BREAKING: Arson suspect found not guilty (02/03/10)
After deliberations, the jury in the arson trial in Clay Circuit Court has found John Sebeck not guilty. The Brazil Times will update this article as more information becomes available.
Battling his way to a better life (02/03/10)
BY CLAY CUNNINGHAM Times Staff Reporter After fighting various personal demons, an area resident is quite literally fighting in a continued effort to turn his life around. Terre Haute resident, Joseph Greene, has spent the last four months working up the ranks of Elite Cage Fighting (ECF), which sponsors many sanctioned fights a year at various locations across the state. Greene and his Elite peers will be taking their cavalcade of mayhem to Bloomington this Saturday, with an event at Amvets...
Randy E. Pugh (02/03/10)
Randy E. Pugh, 52, Cory, passed away at 9:05 a.m., Monday, Feb. 1, 2010, as the result of a car accident. He was born in Clay County, Nov. 30, 1957, to Gerald Pugh and Judy Horn Pugh. He was employed at J. & N. Metal Products as a welder/fabricator...
Dennis Ray Creasey (02/03/10)
Dennis Ray Creasey, 60, Brazil, passed away Feb. 3, 2010 unexpectedly. He was born July 31, 1949, in Terre Haute, the son of Raymond and Ethel Farrimond Creasey. He attended Wiley High School. Dennis proudly served his country during Vietnam in the U.S. Marine Corp. He served two tours beginning in 1969...
Harmony Happenings (02/03/10)
The Harmony Town Council held their regular meeting at the Community Center on Tuesday evening, Feb. 2. There were no big items on the agenda but several smaller ones needed to be discussed. Junk cars/trucks, eyesore properties, and park repairs always seem to need attention...
Brazil Buzz (02/03/10)
Last week this lefty carried a handful of swollen fingers to my health care provider. The index finger, especially begged for attention and so did I. After careful examination, a blood draw and the results, an anti-inflammatory drug is now in my system. I hope that the medicine will ease my pain or at least keep it under control...
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