[The Brazil Times nameplate] Overcast ~ 37°F  
High: 41°F
Thursday, Dec. 25, 2014

Stories from Friday, April 16, 2010

Battery suspect remains in custody (04/16/10)
A Brazil man is currently being held at the Clay County Justice Center on allegations he beat and left an unidentified victim in the Cooper Towers elevator after a physical altercation Monday afternoon. According to information on file at the Clay County Courthouse, Mark Thomas, 52, was taken into custody at the scene of the incident by Brazil City Police and preliminarily charged with class C felony battery resulting in serious bodily injury...
Dems hoping the public regains political interest (04/16/10)
For Clay County Democratic Committee Chairman Joe Broyles, the Jefferson-Jackson Dinner provides a high point in the election season. "We try to get the candidates out to meet the public as much as possible," Broyles said. This dinner is a big opportunity for residents to meet many of the candidates in one place."...
Concerned citizens help catch thief (04/16/10)
A group of concerned citizens banded together to help catch an alleged thief Thursday evening. After seeing a suspicious individual going in and out of numerous cars in the Walmart parking lot, a group of five unidentified concerned citizens leapt into action to stop the man from leaving the area...
FSSA appeals decision in Chadwell case (04/16/10)
Despite a recent court ruling, a local resident isn't out of the woods yet. In 2008, Clay County resident Edna Chadwell, along with seven others, waged a legal battle against the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration (FSSA). The suit specifically targeted the FSSA's Aged and Disabled Waiver Program...
Council selects NSP demolition contractor (04/16/10)
Big changes are coming to the northwest part of town. During Wednesday's meeting of the Common Council of the City of Brazil, a contractor was approved to do demolition work through the Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) Grant. David Toth, Principal Architect for The Architecture Studio, Inc., said seven bids were received for the demolition work, but only three were competitive based on cost...
Officals arrest burglary suspect (04/16/10)
A Brazil man is currently in custody for his alleged involvement in a residential burglary in March, and a separate legal matter. According to information provided by officials, Clay Superior Court issued two arrest warrants for Robert Kent Harlan, 21, on April 5. ...
Second Civil War Days speaker added (04/16/10)
Billie Creek Village Civil War Days recently announced the following speaker, Ronald L. Darrah, from the Indiana Genealogical Society, will present a one-hour session on "Family History and the Civil War." The workshop is intended to help trace Civil War ancestors. Darrah is a member of the Indiana Genealogical Society. He is currently the chair of the Society of Civil War Families of Indiana. He also chairs the Grants Committee...
CHURCH NEWS (04/16/10)
Jackson Street Wesleyan Church We will be having a Parking Lot Carnival on Saturday, April 24, from 1-3 p.m., with games, hot dogs and chips, lemonade and tea. Everyone is welcome to attend. Jackson Street Wesleyan Church is located at 701 W. Jackson St., next to the storage units...
Eels fall in track, claim road softball win (04/16/10)
Times Staff Report TERRE HAUTE -- The Clay City track and field teams dropped a girls and boys' track meet on the road to West Vigo on Thursday night. The boys' team got individual wins from Devon Hall in the shotput (41-0) and discus (142-2) and Levi Seymour in the 200 meters (23.5), but still fell by an 83-48 score to the Vikings. Ethan Shaw was the winner in the 100 hurdles with a time of 17.3 and was second in the 300 hurdles. Mark Grubbs won the 400 meters...
Northview pitching sinks Lakers (04/16/10)
Times Staff Report JASONVILLE -- A potent offense had sparked the Northview baseball team to wins in sixth of its first seven games of the season, but on Thursday evening it was the pitching that led the Knights to a 5-1 victory over Shakamak. T.J. Decker got the start for the Knights and held the Lakers scoreless over the first five innings while giving up just three hits. ...
Clay City baseball evens SWIAC record with win over WRV (04/16/10)
Times Staff Report The Clay City Eels added a second conference win to their resume this week with a 14-4 victory over White River Valley on the road Thursday night. The Eels displayed plenty of power in the win with AJ Evans drilling two home runs and both Tyler Bridgewater and Landry Moss adding one each...
Akers is named to All-GRAC basketball team (04/16/10)
Times Staff Report Former Northview High School standout, Austin Akers and Latroi Wright have been named 2nd team Great Rivers Athletic Conference as well as 2nd team Region 24. Latroi Wright, a 6'3 170 lb. freshman guard from Greensburg, Indiana led the Blue Knights in scoring at 13.4 points per game. ...
Bonnie E. Trezise (04/16/10)
Bonnie E. Trezise, 79, Terre Haute, passed away Wednesday evening in Union Hospital with her family by her side. She was born May 13, 1930, in Vermillion County, to Harold and Iva (Boyd) Jones. She was a homemaker for most of her life. She was an active member of Barbour Avenue United Methodist Church, a member of United Methodist Women's and Christian Women's. She was formerly very active with the American Cancer Society, Terre Haute North Music Boosters and Lange Elementary PTA...
PUBLIC RECORD 4-17-10 (04/16/10)
Clay County Courthouse The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse April 14-16: Clay Superior Court -- Civil American Acceptance Company Vs. Travis H. Whitehead: Civil Collections Clay County Sheriff's Department and the State of Indiana Vs. Norman C. Wilson and Melissa Carter: Miscellaneous Civil...
Staunton Scene (04/16/10)
The Annual Staunton High School Alumni Dinner will take place at the Brazil First Christian Church's Family Life Center May 15, at 6 p.m. Chaney Catering Service will provide the dinner. President John DeWeese and the Alumni Dinner committee plan to contact as many alumni as possible via e-mail. ...
Front cover
April 2010
Sun
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat

Browse full calendar