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Stories from Thursday, May 20, 2010

Living History (05/20/10)
Students get taste of Civil War For a brief moment North Clay Middle School students time-warped to the Civil War era. Members of the 14th Indiana Company A reenactment troupe were on hand Thursday to discuss the war. The company was originally based in Parke County...
Strawberries! (05/20/10)
Clay County's Strawberry Festival is just right around the corner. The event will take place from 11 a.m.-7 p.m., Friday, June 4, at the Clay County Courthouse lawn. Strawberries, shortcake, ice cream, whipped topping, hot dogs, coney dogs and other refreshments will be available...
County conducts annual health fair (05/20/10)
The Clay County Courthouse Rotunda was full of vendors Thursday morning. The vendors were part of the third Clay County Employees' Health Fair, sponsored by the Clay County Commissioners. "We open it up to all county employees as a benefit," coordinator Jennifer Flater said...
New twist to Relay this year (05/20/10)
The public is invited to come out and honor military service men and women during the 2010 Clay County American Cancer Society Relay For Life at the Clay County YMCA Saturday. "It's important for us to remember those in the military," Event Chair Janice Piatt said. "Especially this year."...
Penny Wars! (05/20/10)
The students at Forest Park Elementary raised a total of $740, making them the winner of the Clay Community Schools Penny Wars. In the battle to fight cancer, Jean Harris's fourth-grade class and Cindy Lacefield's third-grade class collected the most money, which will be donated to the American Cancer Society. ...
Tasty! (05/20/10)
Except for the rain showers the Meridian Elementary Street Fair was a success. The festivities were simply moved inside. Instructional Assistants Donna Hofmann (left) and Marla Norris had the sweetest job of the evening, serving cotton candy.
Community Notes (05/20/10)
The following is a list of upcoming events provided to The Brazil Times: Pool to open soon The Brazil City Parks Board has announced the Forest Park Pool is tentatively scheduled to open June 2, weather and water permitting. For more information, call 446-2411...
CCHD conducting immunizations (05/20/10)
The Clay County Health Department conducts immunization clinics for school-aged children on Mondays and Wednesdays. Appointments are preferred, but walk-ins are available. Immunization records will be needed and H1N1 vaccines are also available. For more information, call the office at 448-9019...
Clay Community School Corporation Employee Recognition Dinner (05/20/10)
NHS Band Awards Night set (05/20/10)
The 2010 Northview Band Awards Night will take place at 7 p.m., Friday, in the NHS auditorium. The band will hand out three scholarships, including the Dan Robbins Scholarship, the Indiana Dairy Association Scholarship and "Halie's Rainbow," the Halie Hite Memorial Scholarship...
FSA issues reminder to report acreage (05/20/10)
INDIANAPOLIS -- USDA Farm Service Agency (FSA) in Indiana Executive Director Julia A. Wickard recently announced a reminder for producers to submit their annual report of acreage to their local FSA county office to meet FSA program eligibility requirements...
Security practices lower risks of threat for local farmers (05/20/10)
WEST LAFAYETTE -- An increase in illegal methamphetamine use in Indiana has posed a serious threat to farmers who use anhydrous ammonia, but a Purdue University expert says security practices can lower the risks. Anhydrous ammonia is used widely as a nitrogen fertilizer and as an economical way to put nitrogen into the ground...
Knights battle way into tennis title game (05/20/10)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor GREENCASTLE -- Northview and Greencastle's girls tennis teams didn't get the opportunity to square off during the regular season as rain canceled their only slated meeting during the Northview Invitational. However, the two teams put on quite a show in a taut battle that came down to the final match at No. 2 doubles...
Big performances highlight boys track sectional (05/20/10)
BY CLAY CUNNINGHAM Times Staff Reporter TERRE HAUTE -- Both Northview and Clay City's boys track teams overcame horrific weather conditions to put forth impressive showings in the Terre Haute North Sectional on Thursday night. The Knights put up 76 points, which was good enough for third, behind the host Patriots (153.5) and Terre Haute South (128). While Northview didn't have the best overall team score, a Knight did have one of the evening's most scene stealing performances...
Ways to stop that tunneling (05/20/10)
Moles. Pesky little guys who dig up your yard and give homeowners headaches on a daily basis. Personally, I've never tried to get rid of one, but I have watched my grandparents spend numerous hours trying to figure out how to solve their mole problem...
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