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Stories from Friday, February 12, 2010

Thinking healthy (02/12/10)
Health, Famiy Expo set Later this month, Crossroads Communications will conduct the 20th Clay County Home Health and Family Expo. The event will take place Friday and Saturday, Feb. 19-20, at the National Guard Armory of Brazil on State Road 59. Crossroads Communications President Mike Petersen said the first expo took place in 1991...
Tension flares at meeting (02/12/10)
Board plan moves forward (02/12/10)
On Thursday, the Brazil Parks Board met at City Hall to further discuss its five-year plan. Board President Ruth Ann Jeffries told The Brazil Times part of the second half of the plan is to formulate an action plan. According to Jeffries, Park Supt. Bill Houck recently conducted an evaluation of everything at Forest, Craig and Wheeler parks, including anything that needed repaired or anything that was not functioning properly...
ISBDC to host workshop at library (02/12/10)
People considering starting their own business are urged to attend "Launching Your Own Business," from 5-7 p.m., Thursday, March 11, at the Brazil Public Library, 204 N. Walnut St., Brazil. The Indiana Small Business Development Center (ISBDC) is sponsoring the workshop...
Brazil insurance agent honored (02/12/10)
Area Allstate Agency owner Ted Paris was recently designated as a Premier Service Agent for 2009. Paris' agency is located at 213 E. National Ave. Paris was honored along with Greencastle agent Matthew Welker and Terre Haute agent Thomas Pitts. The designation is being presented to the agency owners for exceeding customer expectations in the local agency. ...
Mt. Hebron Community Christian Church (02/12/10)
Mt. Hebron Church in Cloverdale recently celebrated the welcoming of its new Pastor. Jonathon and Karen Shrader with their family will be installed as the new pastor with a special service and a fellowship dinner following the Feb. 21, service, scheduled to begin at 10 a.m...
Town and Country Christian Men Lenten Breakfasts (02/12/10)
Town and Country Christian Men invite you to join them in the 2010 Lenten Breakfast series. Town and Country Christian Men is a creative, supportive fellowship of men who seek to know Jesus Christ, to grow spiritually, and to seek God's will. All breakfasts are on Saturday mornings and begin at 8 a.m. with food and fellowship and are followed by a 20-30 minute program highlighting a local mission or service project. There is no cost for these meetings and everyone is welcome!...
Church News (02/12/10)
Community Missionary Church Well, it happened. I was very late for church with a good reason. A classmate and friend phoned that he had fallen in his home and couldn't get up. My oatmeal, toast and black coffee was already on the table, and I left to help him up...
Colts schedule 'Thank You Tour' (02/12/10)
TERRE HAUTE -- The Indianapolis Colts have scheduled a "Thank You Tour," and will be making a pit stop through Terre Haute. The event will take place from 6-7:30 p.m., Tuesday, at Honey Creek Mall, 3401 S. United States 41. The tour will give fans the opportunity to have pictures taken and get up close with the Lamar Hunt trophy...
Friday night high school basketball scores (02/12/10)
Friday's Scores By The Associated Press GIRLS' BASKETBALL Sectional Tournaments CLASS 4A Valparaiso First Round Merrillville 84, Michigan City 64 S. Bend Clay Semifinal Mishawaka 56, S. Bend Washington 40...
North Central boys down Clay City (02/12/10)
Times Staff Report FARMERSBURG -- The North Central Thunderbirds got outstanding play during the middle two quarters to edge past the visiting Clay City Eels on Thursday night, 68-58. After being tied at 12 through the first eight minutes, North Central outscored the Eels 37-19 during the second and third quarters to post the victory. Clay City scored 27 points in the fourth quarter but came up short in the contest...
Second half surge leads Braves past Knights (02/12/10)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor TERRE HAUTE -- The Northview Knights and Terre Haute South Braves came into Friday's sectional semifinal each riding streaks. Unfortunately for the Knights, it was the Braves streak that continued as South won its fourth straight game and Northview dropped its 13th in a row to conclude its season with a 46-23 defeat...
Clay City advances to sectional title game (02/12/10)
BY CLAY CUNNINGHAM Times Staff Reporter CLAY CITY -- An energetic Clay City girls' squad is now one game away from capturing the first sectional title in the history of the program, after a gritty 41-32 win over North Central Friday night. The Eels implemented a slow and meticulous game plan very effectively, helping them earn an impressive win over a Thunderbirds team which soundly defeated them by a score of 47-33 just two short months ago. ...
Thunderbirds cruise past Eels (02/12/10)
Times Staff Report FARMERSBURG -- The North Central Thunderbirds got outstanding play during the middle two quarters to edge past the visiting Clay City Eels on Thursday night, 68-58. After being tied at 12 through the first eight minutes, North Central outscored the Eels 37-19 during the second and third quarters to post the victory. Clay City scored 27 points in the fourth quarter but came up short in the contest...
Thomas E. Pugh Sr. (02/12/10)
Thomas E. Pugh Sr., 81, Brazil, passed away Feb. 11, 2010, in his home. He was born April 8, 1928, in Terre Haute, to Edward and Mary (Thomas) Pugh. Thomas was a United States Army veteran who served in Germany during World War II. He retired from working as a carrier for the United States Postal Service in Indianapolis for more than 25 years. He loved bowling, camping and watching Jeopardy and Wheel of Fortune...
Staunton Scene (02/12/10)
Staunton First Christian 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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