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Stories from Wednesday, May 26, 2010

TransCare dedicates new stations (05/26/10)
For a local ambulance service, having stable locations is a healthy shot in the arm. With previous stations at St. Vincent Clay Hospital in Brazil and a private residence in Clay City, Terre Haute-based TransCare conducted ribbon cuttings at new locations Tuesday...
Grant for projects approved (05/26/10)
A portion of the funding for the City of Brazil's Water System Improvement Projects has been approved. On May 17, the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs (OCRA) approved the city's application for Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding under the Disaster Recovery Fund, Appropriation 2, in the amount of $2,222,872. ...
Strawberries in season during annual festival (05/26/10)
Strawberries will be prime for the taking during the fourth annual Christmas In The Park Strawberry Festival. "In each of the first three years, we have ran out of strawberries before the end of the festival," Christmas In The Park Treasurer Kay Barnett told The Brazil Times. "We even had to go get more strawberries and ice cream in the middle of the event last year, and still ran out early."...
Safe Boating Week (05/26/10)
In conjunction with the North American Safe Boating Campaign, Brazil City Mayor Ann Bradshaw (front) signed a proclamation for National Safe Boating Week Monday. On hand for the event with Bradshaw were (back, from left) John Allen, Don Moon, Amy Ramer, Brooke Allen and Ken Hauptli. Jason Moon Photo...
Schaefer to speak during Civil War Days (05/26/10)
Billie Creek Village Civil War Days will present Fred Schaefer at its upcoming event, set for June 12-13. Schaefer will present talks and demonstrations throughout the weekend. The Civil War presented many challenges for surgeons, nurses and other healthcare providers...
Speakers added for ladies event (05/26/10)
Two more speakers have been added to the Billie Creek Village Civil War Days event, scheduled for June 12-13. Both Brenda Schingel and Dianne Gossert will speak at the ladies event at Billie Creek. The two plan on having a Ladies' Etiquette class, a Ladies' tea, and a round table discussion...
Imperial Regiment hosting yard sale (05/26/10)
The Clay City Imperial Regiment will have its annual Yard Sale, Friday, June 11 and Saturday, June 12, from 8 a.m.-4 p.m., each day at the VFW building, 501 Nye St., Clay City. For those wanting to donate items to sell at the yard sale, they may be dropped off at the VFW from 3-6 p.m., June 8-10...
Officer installation (05/26/10)
The American Legion Post 2 will be conducting its installation of both men's and ladies' officers at 7 p.m., today, at the post.
Truck pull (05/26/10)
The Annual Saline City Truck Pull will take place Saturday, with weigh-in from 2-5 p.m., and pulling starting at 5:30 p.m. The event, which features Precision Pulling AgriGold pulling sled, has a $20 truck entry fee per hook. There is limited seating, so bring lawn chairs, and admission is $8, while children 10 and under are free...
Solomon qualifies for state finals (05/26/10)
Times Staff Report EVANSVILLE -- Northview senior, Samantha Solomon, certainly picked a good time to have her best discus throw of the season. Solomon, headed to Indiana Tech to continue her throwing career next Fall, uncorked a throw of 117-0 at the Evansville Regional on Tuesday night...
Clay City falls in sectional heartbreaker to T-Birds (05/26/10)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor CLAY CITY -- When the Eels and Thunderbirds meet in postseason softball, it's almost guaranteed to be a classic contest. One year ago in the Clay City Sectional, the Eels scratched out a 3-2 victory to advance in sectional play. This time around, North Central returned the favor, scratching out a run in the top of the 10th inning to claim a 3-2 win and the sectional championship...
Norma Jane Brown (05/26/10)
Norma Jane Brown, 72, of Shadylane Road in Brazil, passed away at Seton Specialty Hospital, Indianapolis, May 26, 2010, following a brief illness. She was born May 15, 1938, in Knightsville, the daughter of Ben and Nettie (Haltom) Wallace. Norma attended Van Buren High School through her sophomore year. She later returned to Van Buren in 1969, graduating with the class of 1970...
PUBLIC RECORD 5-27-10 (05/26/10)
Clay County Courthouse The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse May 20-26: Clay Superior Court -- Civil David A. Ludwig Jr. Vs. Kathy A. Ludwig: Domestic Relations Portfolio Recovery Associates, LLC Vs. James K. Tague: Civil Collections...
Harmony Happenings (05/26/10)
Pastor Bob and Carolyn Kumpf will be moving to the Center Point United Methodist Church in July. Their last Sunday with us will be June 27. We are planning a going away dinner but nothing is finalized yet. We wish them well and will miss them. Our new student pastor will be Terry Jeffers. We will be glad to welcome him and his family to Harmony United Methodist. I think his first Sunday with us will be July 1st...
Brazil Buzz (05/26/10)
I cannot stop humming and singing Uncle Remus's favorite song this sunshiny day. Yep, I have been out, walking and drinking in the beautiful sights that surround me. No bluebird has ever landed on my shoulder, but my little cheerful friends enjoy the place that I love so much...
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