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Stories from Friday, May 14, 2010

Student tumbles at Meridian (05/14/10)
The Meridian Elementary school day came to an emotional end Friday after an accident. According to officials at the scene, around 2 p.m., an unidentified 10-year-old fourth-grade male student apparently fell over a banister and fell down a flight of stairs from the second floor staircase...
Generosity (05/14/10)
Brazil Walmart associates recently raised $550 in funds for the Exotic Feline Rescue Center. On hand for the presentation included (front, from left) Exotic Feline Rescue Center Assistant Director Jean Herrberg, and Walmart associates Terri Clodfelter, Mary Love, Cheryl Rogers, (back) Deb McRoberts, Pam Fagg, Lisa Deal, Angela Roe, Lottie Mecila, Larry Wilson and Heather Pell...
Penny Wars! (05/14/10)
The students at Staunton Elementary are doing their part to fight cancer. During the Clay Community Schools Penny Wars, the student council sponsored the event and raised a total of $577.61, which will go to the American Cancer Society. Student council members presenting the check included (front, from left) Ellie Jackman, Dylan Nussel, Nicholas Henke, Skylar Thompson, Team Development Chairperson for Clay County Relay for Life Kathy White, (middle) Sydney Edwards, Haley Mishler, Maggie Mershon, Hailey Henke, (back) Aimee Treash, Brittany Nesting and Drew Lumsdon.. ...
Council OKs NSP measure (05/14/10)
During Wednesday's meeting, the Common Council of the City of Brazil unanimously approved several measures to keep projects in motion. The council gave the go ahead for new construction of homes through the Neighborhood Stabilization Program by accepting recommendations from The Architecture Studio, Inc., Indianapolis, which created designs for the homes...
Pool notice (05/14/10)
The Brazil City Parks Board has announced the Forest Park Pool is tentatively scheduled to open June 2, weather and water permitting. For further information, call 446-2411.
Road closure (05/14/10)
From June 7-11, weather pending, the intersection of State Road 59 and Pinckley Street will be closed while the City of Brazil conducts water line repairs and replacement. The closures will take place from 7 a.m.-5 p.m., each day. Motorists are encouraged to use alternate routes during these times...
BCB set for first rehearsal of season (05/14/10)
The Brazil Concert Band, under the direction of Matthew S. Huber, will open the 2010 season of concerts with an organizational rehearsal at Northview High School Tuesday, May 18, at a special time of 6:30 p.m. The second rehearsal, May 25, will take place at North Clay Middle School, at 7 p.m., and the rest of the season's rehearsals will be 7 p.m., at the band's home, the Forest Park Band Shell, complete with brand new benches for the audience. The band will practice every Tuesday evening...
Local juvenile arrested for string of area burglaries (05/14/10)
Officials arrested a suspect allegedly involved in several recent burglaries at a local business, including one involving a ransom note. According to Clay County Sheriff Mike Heaton, a 17-year-old male juvenile from Brazil is currently incarcerated at a juvenile detention facility on allegations of breaking into Ferrellgas, 11785 North State Road 59, Brazil, three times during the past few weeks...
NHS to host dance event Tuesday (05/14/10)
Northview High School will present A Dance Extravaganza Tuesday, May 18, at 8 p.m., in the high school auditorium. Admission cost is $2. Dances will be presented by the first hour Color Guard class, members of the 2010 Fall Color Guard and the North Clay Cadet Corps...
Senior Citizens Picnic set for May 28 (05/14/10)
The annual Area 7 Agency on Aging and Disabled Senior Citizens Picnic will take place at Forest Park, Friday, May 28. Cost is $8 per person, which includes entertainment, lunch, small games, goodie bag, exhibit booths, snacks and door prizes. The event will begin at 10 a.m., and conclude at 2:30 p.m...
Reunions (05/14/10)
The following is a list of information regarding upcoming area reunions as provided to The Brazil Times: MOAR Reunion Every year since 1998, alumni of Brazil High School graduating classes from 1950-59 get together for the Mother of All Reunions (MOAR) at Forest Park...
Top Students (05/14/10)
North Clay Middle School student's with All A's for the 5th Six Week Grading Period (first row) Ming Tong, Pierce Ross, Wyatt Baysinger, Ashley Heck, Ashley Kidwell, Kayla Tolbert, Zach Muncie, Brennen Pilman, Derek Snyder, Jacob Nobles, Douglas Pierce, Justin Stanley; (second row) Taylor Hess, Hannah Stagg, Nikki Maston, Hannah Barnett, Whitney Halfhill, Sydney Lynch, Alyssa Yocom, Deaven McCrocklin, Alexandria Meyer, Conner Ganly, Tucker Stewart Abi Minton, Shasti Parr, Hannah Minor, Jonathan Burns; (third row) Dylan Sutherland, Mikayla Rowan, Zene Colson, McKenzi Kumpf, Seth Payton, Jackson Copper, Samantha Metz, Jordan Mills, Dakota Stevenson, Emily Sands, Leeanna Knight, Olivia Howald, Matthew Munoz, Colte Bicking, Steven Reinoehl, and Rebecca Rudisell. ...
North Clay's most improved (05/14/10)
North Clay Middle School student's Most Improved for the 5th Six Week Grading Period (first row) Nathan Cox, Kayleigh, Allen, Michaela Allen, Rylee Pennington, Taylor Okulovich, Alex Hitt, Dalton Shaw, Caleb Siddons, Chandler Downing, Alex Acosta, Kaelyn Shouse, Shayla English, Cameron Huey, Isaac Brankey, Stephanie Ellingsworth, Rylee Freeman, Kaylee Cooper, Gracie Timberman, Mark Dickison, Alex Coffey; (second row) Ashley Jones, Mitchell Thomas, Damien Miller, Ben Girton, Steven Lovett, Davan Zentko, Ashley Nichols, Kayla Watson, Taylor Simmons, Cody Vanhorn, Jeff Orman, Jared McCluskey, Billy Swaim, Ashlynn Simmons, Kyle Evans, Talon Lund , Katie Smith, Dayna Buchholz, Caitlyn Haverkamp, Dakota Hatton; (third row) Samantha Smith, Lainey Latham, Katie Whittington, Mannah Mace, Madison McDonald, Dakota Stevenson, Devon Cooksey, Garrett Lessman, Brittany Branson, Cody Lummis, Josh Wise, Lucas Cooksey, Cody Minor, Dylan Dorn, Jacob Bruentte, Cody Siddons, Ty Tipton, Cooper Trout, Janay Coleman, Zac Orman, Destiny Harrington, Justin Nevins, and Jennifer Bullock. ...
North Clay Middle School Academic Teams (05/14/10)
North Clay Academic Team competed on May 1, 2010 at Sarah Scott Middle School. They placed 2nd with the Science team and 4th with the Math, English, and Social Studies. Science Team: Garrett Wiss, Jacob Harden, Minh Tong Math, English and Social Studies Team: Seth Payton, Zene Colson, Brittany Fagg, Mikayla Rowan, Jacob Harden, Garrett Wiss, Joey Dierdorf, Wyatt Baysinger, Minh Tong...
Grant gift (05/14/10)
The Clay County Cooperative Benevolence Ministry recently received a grant from the Utilities District of Western Indiana REMC. On hand for the event were (from left) REME representative Colleen Huffine, and Clay County Cooperative Benevolence Ministry Executive Director Rith Fischer. The grant money will be used to assist working and unemployed families with utility expenses and rent. For more information, call 446-4357...
Church News (05/14/10)
Way Of The Cross Assembly Of God Pastor Jimmy Dowers invites you to a "special" Singspiration on May 30, at 6 p.m. The Riddell's will be the featured singers for the evening. Come expecting blessing. Carbon United Methodist Church I saw a special message for Mother's Day that said, "God couldn't be everywhere so He invented Mothers."...
Appalachian Bible College Comes To Brazil (05/14/10)
Do you appreciate tastefully presented, quality Christian music? Does it encourage your heart when you see vibrant young people with purpose in life? Then you will wholeheartedly enjoy the music ministry of the Jubilate English Handbell Choir from Appalachian Bible College...
5K race planned for center (05/14/10)
The Exotic Feline Rescue Center, 2221 E. Ashboro Rd., Center Point, has scheduled a 5K race for Saturday, to help raise money for the center. Registration begins at 10:30 a.m., followed by the race. Approximately 230 people have already pre-registered for the event...
Postal Service to honor National Dog Bite Prevention Week (05/14/10)
INDIANAPOLIS -- The Postal Service continues its tradition of calling attention to one of the nation's most commonly reported public health problems -- dog attacks and bites. From nips and bites to actual attacks, violent dog behavior continues to pose a serious threat to postal employees. Last year, nearly 2,900 Postal Service employees were victimized by dogs, more than 60 in Indiana...
Northview softball powers past Owen Valley (05/14/10)
BY CLAY CUNNINGHAM Times Staff Reporter A robust Northview offense made quick work of Owen Valley, taking a 12-2 blowout win in softball action Friday night. After falling behind 2-0 in the first inning, the Knights' offense started a gradual explosion, which would carry them to a 10-run rule victory. ...
Northview baseball claims share of WIC championship (05/14/10)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor Friday was quite a special evening for five Northview senior student/athletes and they got to celebrate something that they hadn't accomplished in their four years of high school. The Knights pounded out a 12-2 victory over visiting Owen Valley, which, coupled with West Vigo's loss to Edgewood on Wednesday, gave Northview a share of the conference title...
Knights' JV baseball pounds out five HR (05/14/10)
Times Staff Report DANVILLE -- The Northview JV baseball team put on quite a power display on Thursday evening, demolishing Danville on the road, 19-3. The Knights scored in all five innings and blasted five home runs in the process of improving to 10-4 overall this season...
Margaret "Marg" Churchill (05/14/10)
Margaret "Marg" Churchill, 64, Brazil, went to be with the Lord May 13, 2010, following an extended illness. She was born March 18, 1946, in Terre Haute, the daughter of Vernon and Elizabeth (Nagy) Smith. Margaret graduated from Schulte High School in 1963. She married Michael Churchill Dec. 29, 1965. Marg worked as a nurse for Union Hospital, retiring in 1998...
Staunton Scene (05/14/10)
The annual Staunton High School Alumni Dinner will take place today at the Brazil First Christian Church's Family Life Center, beginning at 6 p.m. Chaney Catering Service will provide the dinner. Congratulations to my granddaughter Diana Aselage, who received an Excellence in Education award from Vigo County Schools...
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