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Stories from Thursday, May 27, 2010

Family faces tragedy following fire (05/27/10)
LEWIS, Ind. -- A family tragedy occurred in Lewis Thursday morning. A Lewis residence was 60 percent engulfed by a fire when firefighters from Lewis Township, Cory Township, Clay City and later Jasonville volunteer firefighters arrived around 6 a.m., Thursday...
School pays tribute to cafeteria manager (05/27/10)
After 26 years, Van Buren Elementary Cafeteria Manager Beverly Taylor is retiring. "I graduated from Van Buren High School in 1964," Taylor said. "I worked in the cafeteria then too." Students and faculty had a surprise goodbye party for Taylor Thursday morning. The entire school went to the cafeteria and presented her with some gifts, such as a "Blue Without You" book, which had letters from the students and faculty...
Fundraisers keep bringing in money for area veterans (05/27/10)
Marine Cpl. Gregory Stultz, killed in action in Afghanistan, will long be remembered by friends, educators, relatives and Clay County citizens. During the days prior and following the Clay County Loyalty Day Parade in early May, friends and family came together to sell bracelets in his memory...
Saying goodbye (05/27/10)
Northview High School senior Hannah Yeiser gives a hug to English and Foreign Language teacher Dianna Knox during the senior farewell Thursday. Students and teachers had the chance to say goodbye one last time before graduation.
Couple honored by federal prison system (05/27/10)
For close to 40 years, Gene and Luanne Woodcox have taken time to share the word of God with prison inmates. Recently, the Brazil pair were honored with the 2010 Attorney General's Citizen Volunteer Service award. "We have volunteered at the federal prisons for a little over 38 years," Gene said...
Pancakes! (05/27/10)
The Jackson Township Volunteer Fire Department will conduct a Memorial Day Pancake Breakfast, Monday, from 6-11 a.m. Freewill donations will be accepted. The organization will also perform an extrication demonstration at approximately 9 a.m.
City Hall closed Monday (05/27/10)
Brazil City Hall will be closed Monday, in observance of Memorial Day. City Hall will reopen Tuesday. In addition, the Sanitation Department will run one day behind in trash removal the week of June 1. For further information, call 443-2221.
Community Notes (05/27/10)
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 scheduled to open June 2, weather and water permitting. For more information, call 446-2411...
See how far I can throw it! (05/27/10)
East Side Elementary Kindergarten student Zane Schauber, throws a tennis ball during the school's Field Day tennis ball throw Thursday while other students watch. Zane is the son of Amy and Shown Schauber, Brazil and he placed first in his division.
Program set for YMCA (05/27/10)
The YMCA of Clay County announced Monday it has plans to participate in the Summer Food Service Program. Free meals will be made available to all children 18-years-old and under and to persons over 18, who are enrolled in a state-approved educational program for the mentally or physically disabled...
County school graduations scheduled (05/27/10)
Tree growers may apply for TAP program now (05/27/10)
USDA's Indiana Farm Service Agency (FSA) Executive Director Julia A. Wickard recently announced orchadists and nursery tree growers can begin applying for benefits under the Tree Assistance Program (TAP), which was authorized in the 2008 Farm Bill. Signup began May 10, at local Farm Service Agency (FSA) offices...
Clay City collars Bulldogs in Shakamak Sectional (05/27/10)
BY CLAY CUNNINGHAM Times Staff Reporter JASONVILLE -- The Clay City baseball squad began postseason play with a bang Thursday, picking up an impressive 7-1 victory over Union in the first round of the Shakamak Sectional. After falling behind 1-0 in the first, the Eels quickly bounced back and took control of the game. After Ben Denker reached third with two outs, Tyler Bridgewater gave Clay City a lead it would never relinquish, blasting a two-run homer to left center...
Knights slam Pioneers in sectional (05/27/10)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor TERRE HAUTE -- When it comes around to Christmas time later this year, it's safe to say that Northview sophomore, Kodie Girton, shouldn't expect any holiday cards from the Mooresville baseball team. Girton, facing the Pioneers for the second time this season on Thursday night, hurled four shutout innings with eight strikeouts while allowing just two hits. Meanwhile, Northview plowed through Mooresville into the sectional semifinals with a 13-0 victory...
Public Record (05/27/10)
Clay County Justice Center The following jail bookings occurred at the Clay County Justice Center during May 21-26. Awaiting Arraignment Culbertson, George J., 37 Grayless, Darrell W., 37 Haney Jr., Samuel E., 44 Lawrence, Jordan L., 21 Montgomery, Jeremy R., 30...
Fresh strawberry and pecan salad (05/27/10)
Celebrate spring with my favorite salad -- a treat for the taste as well as the eye -- and chock full of nutrition. Yes, it is baby spinach salad with strawberries and pecans. Great for a reception, a family dinner or a pretty luncheon. A quick eye will spot the Vitamin A in the spinach and the Vitamin C in the strawberries (one cup has 140 percent of your daily requirement -- and also abundant flavinoids), but you don't forget the pecans, a good source of omega 3s for heart health...
Identifying the tick is helpful (05/27/10)
Every time I hear someone say there is something crawling on a person and to hold still, it still sends shivers up my spine to think that it might just be a tick. Ticks are horrible creatures to find on your body for a number of reasons. One of the biggest reasons is because ticks are capable of carrying and spreading disease or cause tick paralysis in livestock, pets and humans...
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