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Stories from Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Man arrested for alleged cruelty to an animal (06/02/10)
A Brazil man was recently arrested amid allegations of felony cruelty to animals. According to information provided to The Brazil Times by the Brazil City Police Department, a local resident reported witnessing a man hit a bag against a telephone pole with allegedly three live cats inside around 9 p.m., Thursday...
Chief resigns citing personal issues (06/02/10)
Loudermilk interim, Archer to remain with department as Sergeant The Brazil City Police Department has new leadership, sort of. Shortly after 3 p.m., Dave Archer presented Brazil City Mayor Ann Bradshaw a letter of resignation, citing personal reasons for stepping down from his administrative duties and returning to the position of Shift Sergeant...
Group on annual journey to spread Christ's message (06/02/10)
It was an unusual sight to see Tuesday. Someone was carrying a cross while walking along the roadside in more than 90 degree temperatures. When asked why he carries a 35-pound, cedar cross on a hot day, Dave Edliwine stopped for a second and answered, "There's only one real reason, to get the message of God's salvation and Jesus' sacrifice out there among the people."...
Opened bids less than projections (06/02/10)
The bids are in, and the cost for the City of Brazil's Water System Improvement Projects may be less than originally anticipated. A total of 14 companies, none of which are located in Clay County, submitted bids on at least one of the five divisions of projects. ...
Council confident town will meet grant criteria (06/02/10)
CENTER POINT -- A public hearing has been scheduled for 6 p.m., Tuesday, June 15, by the town council of Center Point. At the meeting, the council will discuss in further detail plans it has put in place to apply for a Disaster Recovery (DR-2) Grant...
Historical Society presenting history, geneology conference (06/02/10)
INDIANAPOLIS -- The Indiana Historical Society will present Midwestern Roots 2010: Family History and Genealogy Conference Aug. 6-7, at the Indianapolis Marriott East. The regional event, themed Migration Then and Now, offers tools and techniques to help individuals identify and locate records that can lead to information about ancestors. ...
New green technology training curriculum available at Ivy Tech (06/02/10)
Ivy Tech Community College recently announced a new green technology training curriculum. Beginning this month, Ivy Tech will offer highly respected and sought after sustainability courses, including LEED Green Associate, BPI Building Analysiy and BPI envelope-Shell training...
Church to host carnival (06/02/10)
Rock Run Church will present a Children's Carnival at the Forest Park Cow Palace from 6-9 p.m., Friday. Free games and prizes will be available, as will popcorn, hot dogs and snow cones. In addition, live entertainment will be provided.
Jacquelyn Elaine Dickison (06/02/10)
Thomas Arville Trotter (06/02/10)
Thomas Arville Trotter, also known as Brother Noah, 75, Brazil, went to be with the Lord at 1:40 a.m., May 31, 2010, at Cloverleaf Healthcare, Knightsville. He was born Aug. 16, 1934, in Columbus, Ind., as the son of Arville and Magdalene Jones Trotter. ...
JAIL BOOKINGS 6-3-10 (06/02/10)
Clay County Justice Center The following jail bookings occurred at the Clay County Justice Center during May 27-31. Awaiting arraignment Horn, Trey J., 20 Moore, Alyssa Mae, 19 Hofmann, Joe L., 31 Grigsby, Greg G., 25 Welch, Zackery, 18 Scott Jr., Raymond M., 23...
PUBLIC RECORD 6-3-10 (06/02/10)
Clay County Courthouse The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse May 26-June 2: Clay Superior Court -- Civil Merrick Bank Corporation Vs. Steve K. Mace: Civil Collections Citibank Vs. John A. Rogers: Civil Collections Midland Funding Vs. Donna Pitts: Civil Collections...
Harmony Happenings (06/02/10)
Remember last week when I said I was heading out to spread some mulch on the flowerbeds? I procrastinated. The bags were still on the truck just hours before the cookout on Saturday. Typical me, put it off and then rush to get it done. That truckload of mulch bags had gotten really heavy lying in rain for several days. ...
Brazil Buzz (06/02/10)
All is still in the little blue house at the end of the road. For now, some of the chores have been set aside until another day. Yesterday, I worked outside, inside and all around the place. The walk behind bush hog and push lawn mower wore me out. Sorry to say, I slept poorly last night. My eyes were wide open. I reworked the day's tasks and made out a mental schedule for today...
Reader discusses the change from Decoration Day (06/02/10)
Memorial Day used to be called Decoration Day. It was a day set aside for us to honor those who died preserving the Union in the Civil War. It was called Decoration Day for the act of decorating the graves of deceased soldiers with flowers. It is unknown when Decoration Day first became Memorial Day. It could be that Decoration Day and Memorial Day were celebrated concurrently in different parts of the North for many years until World War I...
Reader explains purpose of folding flag (06/02/10)
Have you ever noticed the honor guard pays meticulous attention to correctly folding the United States of America flag 13 times? You probably thought it was to symbolize the original colonies, but we learn something new every day. The first fold of the flag is a symbol of life...
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