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Stories from Sunday, May 2, 2010

CCHS to sponsor pet shot clinics (05/02/10)
It's time to tend to the health and well being of man's best friends, our pets. The Clay County Humane Society will once again be sponsoring a Pet Shot Clinic on two consecutive Saturdays from 1-4 p.m., on May 8 and again on May 15. "All shots are $10 each, which is a little higher than in the past," event organizer Bill Bell told The Brazil Times. "But people will still be able to save a lot of money by using the services available at the clinic."...
A day for Loyalty! (05/02/10)
Zach Stultz, (above) brother of Marine Cpl. Gregory Stultz, walks along the route of the Loyalty Day Parade Saturday. Stultz and other family members walked the route delivering $1 bracelets in memory of Cpl. Stultz, who died in Afghanistan Feb. 19, 2010...
NHS academic team tops in state (05/02/10)
The Northview High School Interdisciplinary Super Bowl Team is on top. Currently ranked first in Division 1, they will be going against eight other schools Saturday, May 8, at the Academic Super Bowl State Competition at the Loeb Playhouse on the Purdue University, West Lafayette campus...
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Theater set for final show (05/02/10)
The Community Theater of Clay County will perform its final production of the 2009-10 season May 6-8, when the troupe presents, "The Royal Family." The performance is a three act American comedy written by George Kauffman and Edna Ferber about three generations of the theatrical Cavendish family...
NHS students place at JAG conference (05/02/10)
Four Northview High School students enrolled in the Jobs for America's Graduates program recently competed in the second JAG Indiana Career Development Conference in Indianapolis. Approximately 280 students from 56 Indiana high schools participated in the day-long event, which included a series of competitions in 10 categories and also three one-hour seminars on leadership and skill building...
Northview bands set for annual Jazz Café (05/02/10)
The Northview High School Jazz Bands will present their annual Jazz Café Tuesday, at 7 p.m., in the NHS cafeteria. Admission cost is $3. The Jazz Café features the NHS Jazz Bands performing big band music in a night club-like setting. The Audience will be seated banquet-style and soft drinks and snacks will be served throughout the performances...
Rehearsals set for area choir (05/02/10)
The Brazil Community Choir will begin rehearsals for its 4th of July presentation. Rehearsals will be held at Bee Ridge Church on North Kennedy's Crossings beginning Thursday, May 6, at 7 p.m. Rehearsals will take place each Thursday evening. The Brazil Community Choir is open to anyone who likes to sing. Rehearsals last about an hour...
Millers halt Knights win streak (05/02/10)
Times Staff Report The Northview baseball team got the opportunity to test itself over the weekend against an unfamiliar and talented opponent in Noblesville. The Knights fell behind early as the Millers scored five times in the first inning and Northview wasn't able to fully recover in falling 7-3 on Saturday...
Seasons winding down for local college athletes (05/02/10)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor The collegiate sports seasons have begun to wind down as graduation and post season competition nears. A pair of former Clay County softball standouts recently wrapped up their two-year careers for Olney Central, though their future could very likely include a transfer to four-year programs to continue their career on the diamond...
Otis Ray Dickison (05/02/10)
Otis Ray Dickison, infant son of Keanon David Dickison and Rachel Nicole Miller was born and died on April 30, 2010, at Union Hospital. Survivors include his parents Keanon and Rachel, Brazil, brother Kaspar Dickison, grandparents Kyle and Karilee Dickison, Center Point, Kimberly Hendrickson, Virginia, and Bruce and Samantha Miller, Ohio, great-grandparents Carol Owen, Brazil, Dallas Scamihorn, Spencer, Joe and Jane Hendrickson, Center Point, and Abe and Shirley Miller, Terre Haute, great-aunt Anna Swearingen, other aunts and uncles, Nicholas Miller, Keifer Dickison, Kyzaya Dickison, Kalenna Dickison, Gracie Miller, Ashley Cain, Michael Cain, and other extended family.. ...
Remember animals at this time of year (05/02/10)
To the Editor: Springtime brings out "the birds and the bees," especially in the animal world. Puppies and kittens have come into this world this spring and many are unfortunately finding their way to the Humane Shelter, instead of going immediately to loving homes...
Animal shelter pleased with help (05/02/10)
To the Editor: The Clay County Animal Rescue wants to thank all the people that came out to help with the animals and other things. The animals love the attention they get every day. We have put up another 25-by-25-foot dog run for all the dogs to play in...
North Clay Middle School thanks all for help with fundraiser (05/02/10)
To the Editor: We would like to thank everyone who helped raise more than $4,000 at our silent auction to benefit Mercedes Compton. Thank you to the North Clay parents and staff who donated items or helped get donations. Thank you to everyone in the Clay Community School Corporation who came out to bid...
Think about that Senate vote (05/02/10)
To the Editor: Dan Coats is trying to be elected the Republican candidate for U.S. Senator in the Primary election Tuesday. He says that he will bring back jobs to Indiana, but he is not telling you that in 1993, while he was a U.S. Senator from Indiana, he voted for NAFTA, the North American Free Trade Agreement...
Thanks for the support (05/02/10)
To the Editor: On behalf of the Clay County Humane Society, we would like to thank the community for supporting our Jonah Fish Fry April 17, those that donated advertisement, all the volunteers that helped with the fry and provided the desserts. We would especially like to thank Pappy's for donating all the baked beans...
'Beach Bash' a success (05/02/10)
To the Editor: Early in the morning hours of April 17, the Northview junior class parents hosted the "Beach Bash" -- a post prom event at the Clay County YMCA. Our goal, to provide a safe, and fun evening for our teens right here in Brazil, was met with the help of a very devoted group of parents and grandparents as well as other members of the community...
Local healthcare facility gives thank to volunteers (05/02/10)
To the Editor: This is National Volunteer Week and we at Cloverleaf Healthcare wanted to recognize our volunteers. On Monday, April 19, 2010, we had our annual volunteer dinner. We do this to thank and recognize our volunteers as they play an important role through their time, hard work and dedication...
Kudos to the street department (05/02/10)
To the Editor: I have lived in Brazil more than 50 years. It has been great. Needless to say, I have observed and enjoyed the local services of our city government during that time. I have never publicly acknowledged the appreciation for the job that all of our city employees do. So, I would like to do that now...
Area coach offers apology (05/02/10)
To the Editor: Two weeks ago, my son was disqualified from the Northview Invitational for a signing error on his scorecard. To say that I went ballistic is an understatement. In fact, the words best suited to describe my conduct are not fit for publication...
Healthcare facility extends thanks (05/02/10)
To the Editor: Cloverleaf Healthcare of Knightsville would like to extend a very warm thank you to all that helped and participated in our Dog Show that took place April 21. Intrepid Home Health Services coordinated the event and also donated several of the prizes...
City is fortunate for businesses (05/02/10)
To the Editor: Last week, I became a part of many to file their income taxes. With health reasons and housebound, I called Stadler Tax preparers for help. Mr. Tony Smiley was more than helpful and my taxes were sent in on time. Brazil is fortunate to be able to patronize such wonderful business people...
Benevolence Ministries offers thanks (05/02/10)
To the Editor: On behalf of the Board of Directors of the Clay County Cooperative Benevolence Ministry and the many clients that we serve, I would like to thank everyone who participated in the Good Friday services at the First United Methodist Church...
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