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Stories from Sunday, July 11, 2010

County Fair officially begins (07/11/10)
Grand opening for center (07/11/10)
STAUNTON -- It was like a scene straight from a Norman Rockwell painting. People coming through the new doors of the Staunton Community Center carrying covered dishes, children hanging out inside and out of the building. And Town Council members Brad Webster and Andy Kirchner couldn't have smiled more...
Concert band set for Sunday (07/11/10)
It's "Lights, Camera, Action!" Sunday, July 18, at 8 p.m., as the Brazil Concert Band, under the direction of Matthew S. Huber, will take the audience on a musical trip through many of Hollywood's best-known movies. In case of inclement weather, the show will take place in the Forest Park Pavilion instead of the bandshell...
Man dies in ATV accident (07/11/10)
An accident involving an ATV took the life of a person Saturday evening. At approximately 5:30 p.m., Clay County Sheriff Mike Heaton said officials with the Van Buren Volunteer Fire Department responded to a "brush fire," near County Road 1350 North between Murphy Road and County Road 100 East...
Parke County REMC donates for park benches (07/11/10)
Parke County REMC recently provided a hefty donation for the purchase of new benches at the bandshell located at Forest Park in Brazil. The organization donated $3,500. REMC Multi-Community Trust, Inc., (Operation Roundup) accumulates and disburses funds for charitable purpose in the Parke County REMC service area...
Reunions (07/11/10)
The following is a list of information regarding upcoming area reunions as provided to The Brazil Times: Hull-Dickison Reunion The Hull-Dickison reunion will begin at noon, Saturday, July 17, at the Forest Park pavilion. Those attending are asked to bring a covered dish and table service...
School board welcomes new members (07/11/10)
The new members of the Clay Community School Board of Trustees had no problem transitioning into their new positions. In a unanimous vote, at-large representative Rob Miller was elected as board president. "I would like to thank the public who voted me into this office, it is a very humbling feeling," he said. "I also appreciate the rest of the board members for having the confidence in me to do this job."...
Community Notes (07/11/10)
The following is a list of upcoming events provided to The Brazil Times: NHS hours Northview's main office will be open on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, from 8 a.m.-noon, from June 28-July 26. Transcripts and work permits may be obtained during these times...
A queen and her court (07/11/10)
Congenial (07/11/10)
A princess and her court (07/11/10)
Witt wins Mayberry Classic 5K race (07/11/10)
Mayberry Classic 

5K results Anthony Witt (overall male) 15:43.1, Adam Schroer (20-24 male winner) 16:44.4, Drew Gambill (15-19 male winner) 17:32.8, Ben Chastain (25-29 maile winner) 17:52.6, Jacob Dyer (30-34 male winner) 19:01.0, Todd Gambill (masters male winner) 19:08.7, Jeff Kackley (50-54 winner) 19:15.3, TaPring Goatee (overall female winner) 19:17.6, Parker Ames (10-14 male winner) 19:23.4,

David Nelson (40-44 male winner) 20:10.7, Chanli Mundy (15-19 female winner) 20:35.5, Parker Modesitt 20:39.7, Annie Mullican 21:05.4, Dan Smith 21:18.5, Mallory Sanders (10-14 female winner) 21:23.8, Conner Modesitt 21:52.9, Jessi Conley 21:53.5, Marlon Query 21:58.5, Travis Bell 21:58.6, Kevin Schafer 22:10.9,

Joe Sanders 22:12.8, Chelsey Skinner (25-29 female winner) 22:21.7, Laura Johnson 22:22.3, Katie Loebker 22:40.2, Courtney Eleopoulos 22:56.7, Joe Liechty (70-99 male winner) 22:58.9, Meghan Collins 23:17.8, Missy Colburn (30-34 female winner) 23:26.3, Brenna Bell 23:26.5, Kiowa Burris 23:48.7, Laura Swart (masters female winner) 23:50.7, Larry Swart (45-49 male winner) 24:35.4,

Mariyam Houston 24:45.3, Jerry Rode (55-59 male winner) 24:58.8, Taylor Norman 25:15.9, Dave Beil 25:20.0, Larry Fish (60-64 male winner) 25:32.9, Kourtney Clark 25:35.8, Anthony Steward 25:37.9, Hicham Rahmouni 26:06.7, Kevin Willis 26:20.3, Ray Plano (65-69 male winner) 26:39.8, Laura Frendenhall (55-59 female winner) 26:51.2, Bob Slack 27:01.3, Lucas Nickless 28:03.3,

Rhonda Schofer 28:12.0, Keith Butt 28:12.1, Meghan Carney 28:47.1, Jessica Sotak 29:26.2, Bailey Bishop 29:46.0, Melissa Willis (40-44 female winner) 29:59.3, David Backfish 32:26.9, Rebekah Nickless 36:13.2, Patti Mayfield (50-54 female winner) 40:00.1, Drew Steward 41:16.1, Kathy Backfish (20-24 female winner) 42:13.4, Cathy Collins 46:56.4, Cathy Long 46:56.9.

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Gaines scores fourth sprint car win at Lincoln Park Speedway (07/11/10)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor PUTNAMVILLE -- Lincoln Park Speedway has quickly garnered a reputation for thrilling, tight racing this season and Saturday was no different as 113 cars were in the pits with each driver in search of the checkered flag at the end of the evening...
Frances C. Neese (07/11/10)
Frances C. Neese, 83, Brazil, passed away Saturday, July 10, 2010, at St. Vincent Clay Hospital following a brief illness. She was born in Knightsville, Jan. 13, 1927, the daughter of Joseph Daniel and Zella Ruth (Schorer) Neese. She graduated from Reelsville High School with the class of 1945...
Public Record (07/11/10)
Clay County Justice Center The following jail bookings occurred at the Clay County Justice Center during July 6-9. Awaiting Arraignment Blume, Joshua P., 24 Britton, Joanna Michelle, 36 Dwyer, Cynthia A., 25 Hull, Michelle B., 37 Lambermont, Rudy, 23...
Time to end 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' (07/11/10)
To the Editor: As a 20-something, I hear so often that my generation is apathetic about the issues facing our world. I don't deny it, it is often easier to ignore the things that go on in government. We spend more time on Facebook, on Twitter, than we do voicing our opinions. But that doesn't mean we don't have them...
'Green' reminder to fair goers (07/11/10)
To the Editor: Dear 2010 Clay County Fair visitors: Research shows that recycling is critical to the preservation of our beautiful planet for future generations. As a concerned youth member of the 4-H program, and a Girl Scout, I am trying to do my part to make a difference...
Remember animals have rights (07/11/10)
To the Editor: When some people hear the term, "animal rights," they think it means animals should have the same rights as humans, be allowed to run free and to vote. Of course, that's ridiculous. It simply means that all domesticated animals should have the right to food, shelter and water, should not be caged, chained or tied-up for long periods of time, should be protected from extreme heat and cold, should be provided medical care when necessary and should be not be abandoned or beaten...
Organization offers thanks (07/11/10)
To the Editor: The Board of Directors of the Clay County Humane Shelter wish to thank the Clay County Sheriff's Department for the ongoing investigation of the release of the dogs from the shelter in May. We trust that anyone involved in this act will be prosecuted according to the law...
Old friend provides gift (07/11/10)
To the Editor: A gift from an old friend, the late Les Walden, Sunday last, witnessed a gift that will definitely help someone with comfort while awaiting word of a loved one in the hospital. We received a large container with perhaps slightly more than a gallon of tabs from an old friend...
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