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Stories from Friday, April 23, 2010

Brewed with a local flair (04/23/10)
Entrepreneurship is alive and well in Brazil. During the past nine months, Brazil-based Bee Creek Brewery has quietly been growing into a successful microbrewery. "My brother, Mark Snelling, has been a home brewer from more than 25 years," Bee Creek Brewery Co-Founder and Vice President Julie Forster said. "We always sampled what he made and it kept getting better and better."...
Candidates field policy questions during forum (04/23/10)
Candidates with aspirations for the statehouse and Washington D.C. had the chance to win over Clay County voters Thursday night. During the 2010 Candidate Forum, a total of 10 hopefuls for United States Representative, District 8 and Indiana State Representative, districts 44 and 46 introduced themselves and answered questions provided by those in attendance...
Garvin wins quiz bowl (04/23/10)
There is a new social studies quiz bowl champion in town. Leah Garvin, a senior at Northview High School, won the competition in a nailbiter with 360 points. "I took part in it last year, so I knew what to expect being up on stage," she said. "But it was still intense."...
Arrest made on unusual charge (04/23/10)
A man was arrested for allegedly displaying pornography in Craig Park Thursday. According to officials, members of the Brazil City Police Department were dispatched to Craig Park after an unidentified concerned parent reported a man displaying pornography in plain sight of park visitors in his vehicle...
Law enforcement officials nab three stealing anhydrous (04/23/10)
CLAY CITY -- Being in the right place at the right time helped law enforcement arrest three Terre Haute men for allegedly stealing anhydrous ammonia early Friday morning. According to information provided by the Clay County Sheriff's Department, the first traffic stop occurred around 3 a.m. when a suspicious vehicle left Howesville Farm Supply on State Road 246...
Little Historic Church of Carbon (04/23/10)
The Little Historic Church at Carbon will have their First Friday program on May 7. There will be a pitch-in dinner at 6 p.m., with the program at 7 p.m. This month the entertainment will be provided by Brazil native Ron Bridgewater. He is a minister at the East Columbus Christian Church and has released his debut album "The River."...
CHURCH NEWS (04/23/10)
Eastside Christian Church Today is Angel Food distribution day at Eastside Christian Church. Please come between 10 and 11. Thanks to all who ordered. There will be a Vacation Bible School meeting immediately following the distribution of the food. If you have not yet volunteered to help, please come to this meeting. Jayme still needs lots of help...
Miners rally from 10-run deficit to edge Eels (04/23/10)
Times Staff Report LINTON -- The Clay City baseball team appeared to be well on its way to a victory at Linton on Thursday night, jumping out to a 12-2 lead after the first three innings. The Miners however didn't give up and rallied back to take a 13-12 victory...
Hendrich wrestles his way to All-American status (04/23/10)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor Jacob Hendrich, a fifth-grader at Staunton Elementary, became an All American wrestler last weekend with his efforts at the Tennessee Elementary National Duals. Hendrich, wrestling for Team Indiana, has wrestled for the national team previously, but this was by far his best finish as he went 7-2 in the tourney...
Hendrich wrestles his way to All-American status (04/23/10)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor Jacob Hendrich, a fifth-grader at Staunton Elementary, became an All American wrestler last weekend with his efforts at the Tennessee Elementary National Duals. Hendrich, wrestling for Team Indiana, has wrestled for the national team previously, but this was by far his best finish as he went 7-2 in the tourney...
Eels stay hot with win over Patriots (04/23/10)
Times Staff Report Upcoming opponents of the Clay City softball team should beware. Senior Eels pitcher, Shelby Targett, is starting to find her old form again. Targett started off the season with a little bit of a control issue, walking more batters than she's been accustomed to over her previous three years of starting duty for Clay City. ...
Northview girls tennis sweeps past Wildcats (04/23/10)
Times Staff Report The Northview girls tennis team evened it season mark with a 5-0 sweep over visiting Western Indiana Conference opponent South Vermillion on Thursday night. The Knights didn't drop a set in scoring the 5-0 win over the Wildcats to improve their record to 3-3 overall...
Staunton Scene (04/23/10)
The annual Staunton High School Alumni dinner will take place at the Brazil First Christian Church's Family Life Center at 6 p.m., May 15. 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...
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