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Stories from Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Close-knit connection (07/07/10)
CLAY CITY -- Lynkin Teegarden always had a love for animals. Lynkin, 9, son of Megan and Trenity Shaw, Bowling Green, live on a farm where they raise sheep, pigs, chickens and dogs and cats. This year, Lynkin followed in his older sister's footsteps as he started showing animals through 4-H...
PDF requests tax abatement (07/07/10)
A local business is attempting to branch out to a new market. During Tuesday's meeting of the Clay County Council, representatives from PDF, Inc., Brazil, presented a proposed resolution for a personal property tax abatement. PDF Owner Ken Maurer told the council his company is planning to purchase a hydraulic punch press, which would open the possibility for new clients...
Recon Paddle Party to honor soldier (07/07/10)
A Recon Paddle Party for United States Marine Cpl. Greg Stultz has been scheduled to take place at 6 p.m., today. The event will be conducted at Forest Park near the bandshell. Stultz, 22, Brazil, was killed in the line of duty while stationed in Afghanistan in February. He was the first local serviceman to die in the War on Terror and the first from Clay County to die during military combat in more than 30 years...
Watch this! (07/07/10)
Parents and children watched as magician Rusty Ammerman attempted to get himself out of a straight jacket Wednesday during the Brazil Public Library's Summer Reading Program. Kimberly Gleason Photo.
Center Point in 'waiting game' for possible grant (07/07/10)
CENTER POINT -- Things are running smoothly for the town of Center Point regarding the application process for a Disaster Recovery (DR-2) Grant. During the town's monthly meeting Tuesday, Town Council President Roy Smith updated those in attendance...
Agency recruiting area therapeutic foster families (07/07/10)
TERRE HAUTE -- The Villages of Indiana, a statewide agency for foster care and adoption, is recruiting therapeutic foster families in the area. Therapeutic foster families are needed in particular for large sibling groups, school age children and medical needs babies...
SMWC leading retreat (07/07/10)
WEST TERRE HAUTE -- Michael Morwood, a well-known presenter on theological issues with more than 30 years experience in retreat, education, parish and youth ministries, will lead a retreat Aug. 8-14, at St. Mary-of-the-Woods. The retreat is hosted by White Violet Center for Eco-Justice, a ministry of the Sisters of Providence...
AirEvac Lifeteam completes night vision at bases (07/07/10)
AirEvac Lifeteam is now the largest air medical company to complete implementation of Night Vision Technology at all of its air ambulance bases. AirEvac Lifeteam, the largest independently owned and operated air medical service in the United States, operates 92 bases in 14 states...
Putnamville commander graduates from FBI academy (07/07/10)
PUTNAMVILLE -- Indiana State Police Lt. Dan Jones, Commander of the Putnamville District, recently graduated from the 241st session of the FBI National Academy. Lt. Jones was among 259 other law enforcement leaders from 49 states, 25 international countries, four military organizations and four civilian organizations...
Presentation of Scholarships (07/07/10)
Carbon Lodge No. 529 F.&A.M of Brazil presented two scholarships to the Searing daughters. One to Kelsey and the other for Britaney who was represented by her mother Kelli. The Indiana Grand Lodge Scholarship Board will present each daughter with a check for $1300 to further their college education in Indiana on July 2010...
50 Year Award (07/07/10)
Knightsville Lodge No. 409 F. & A.M presented a 50 Year Award of Gold to Charles G. Hapenny Jr. at the 5th Tuesday dinner on June 29, 2010. Presenting the award is Clifford R. Peterson W.M, to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hapenny.
College News (07/07/10)
Purdue University Purdue University awarded approximately 6,800 degrees to students at the conclusion of the spring semester. Bachelor of Science, School of Management Certificate, School of Management Bachelor of Arts, College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Arts, College of Liberal Arts...
Northview's Hull providing some pop for Prospects (07/07/10)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor Northview junior-to-be, Zach Hull, is one of a number of Knights who has excelled in the summer baseball season for his travel squad. Hull has competed for the Indiana Prospects club which recently played in tournaments at the University of Louisville and Purdue University...
Dorothy Ann Sproles Hughes-McDonald (07/07/10)
Dorothy Ann Sproles Hughes-McDonald, 68, Brazil, died July 7, 2010, at her residence following an extended illness. At the time of death, she was surrounded by her family. She was born Nov. 29, 1941, in Greencastle. She was raised as the daughter of Edward and Dorothy Kaelber. ...
Brazil Buzz (07/07/10)
This writer did not sleep well last night. Today, I look forward to bedtime. Maybe, I will shake a tired feeling. Thursday, an insect with a stinger landed on my eyelid. The eyelid swelled and inflamed. The itching/burning sensation, in and around the eye continues to bother me...
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