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Stories from Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Two invasion suspects sentenced (03/10/10)
Proposed plea agreement for third suspect in case rejected Suspects involved in a January 2009 home invasion/burglary at a rural northwestern Clay County home appeared in court this week concerning plea agreements. Cousins Joshua L. Orman, 23, and James Levi Orman, 19, along with Christopher Charles Craft, 19, Brazil, were arrested by local law enforcement officers Jan. 15-16, 2009, for their alleged involvement in the violent incident that occurred at 8843 N. County Road 500 West...
First Youth Art Day considered a success (03/10/10)
Future Northview High School students had their first taste of the art department recently. Second- and third-grade students spent March 5, with the Art Club partaking in Youth Art Day. "This is our first year for the event," Northview art teacher Joni Sutherland said. "We've had a good turn out."...
Agreement for center rental nearly complete (03/10/10)
STAUNTON -- It's taken nearly six months to complete, but a rental agreement for use of the Staunton Community Center is almost completed. During its regularly monthly meeting Monday, the Staunton Town Council met with former council member Jim Smith to discuss the agreement...
Congressional candidate to speak at meeting (03/10/10)
Kristi Risk will be the guest speaker at the Clay County Republican Club meeting Monday, March 15. The meeting is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m., at the Clay County Senior Center, 120 S. Franklin St., Brazil. The public is invited to attend. Risk is one of nine candidates who have filed for the 8th District Congressional seat, currently occupied by Brad Ellsworth (D-Evansville). ...
North Clay girls seeking perfection (03/10/10)
BY CLAY CUNNINGHAM Times Staff Reporter As middle school girls' basketball comes to a close at North Clay, the seventh-grade Lady Knights head into their season finale tonight with a chance to accomplish a truly rare feat. Thus far the Knights have played 21 games, which have all resulted in victories. A win against Greencastle this evening would lead to the pinnacle of athletic accomplishment; a perfect season...
Knights compete in Sullivan indoor meet (03/10/10)
Times Staff Report The high school indoor track and field season continued on Tuesday night with the opening day of the Sullivan Indoor Track and Field Classic held on the campus of Indiana State. The Northview Knights sent a number of athletes into competition to get some seasoning against some of the areas best runners and throwers...
Sandra "Sandy" Kay Dean (03/10/10)
Sandra "Sandy" Kay Dean, 44, Brazil, died March 9, 2010, at St. Vincent Hospital, Indianapolis. She was born Sept. 27, 1965, in Fort Wayne, as the daughter of Howard and Irmgard Nicklasch Dean. She graduated from Brazil High School with the Class of 1983, and earned her Registered Nurse degree from Indiana State University. She worked as a nurse at area home health agencies and had worked and volunteered at the Exotic Feline Rescue Center, Center Point...
Evelyn H. Jarrett (03/10/10)
Evelyn H. Jarrett, 82, Palatka, Fla., formerly of Brazil, died March 10, 2010, surrounded by her family, after a brief illness. Evelyn was born Nov. 6, 1927, in Lima, Ohio, the daughter of William and Opal (Perry) Ellis. After high school, she worked as a telephone operator where she quickly moved up to an operator supervisor. ...
Anthony "Tony" P. Jeffries (03/10/10)
Anthony "Tony" P. Jeffries, 77, Brazil, passed away March 10, 2009, at 10:02 a.m., at his residence. He was born March 22, 1932, in Carbon, the son of Phillip A. Jeffries and Alma Martin Jeffries. He graduated from Van Buren High School. Tony served in the United States Air Force for four years...
Harmony Happenings (03/10/10)
What's Happening in Harmony? Snow. I have been hibernating and there's not much excitement in my cave. Between the sniffles and the weather, I haven't been anywhere to find out what was going on in town. Cousin Jim finished painting the sun porch windows and Jacob Coleman came by to shovel the sidewalks. There are tracks showing that my neighbors are alive and well but it is too cold for much conversation...
Brazil Buzz (03/10/10)
Yesterday the birds were singing and the sun sent rays of brilliant light in our direction. The cold earth and the cool breeze filtering through the naked branches of the trees snapped me back to early March. The walk was short. Chores stared me in the face...
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