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Stories from Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Forward motion (08/11/10)
Officals break ground on new water tower at Craig Park Projects are now in motion. On Wednesday, representatives from the City of Brazil, Hannum, Wagle and Cline (HWC) Engineering, Terre Haute, Caldwell Tanks, Louisville, Ky., along with other officials and contractors stuck the first shovels in the ground in Craig Park, marking the start of construction on the new water tower...
Agencies battle blaze, heat (08/11/10)
Emergency responders from 17 different agencies battled a blaze and the heat for more than four hours Wednesday. Officials were dispatched to 718 N. Walnut St., Brazil, shortly after 2:30 p.m. Upon arrival, firefighters not only battled the fire, but also the blazing heat. Temperature readings through the city of Brazil Wednesday topped 100-degrees...
Grand Tuhon coming to academy (08/11/10)
The House of The True Way Martial Arts Academy will host Grand Tuhon Jerson "Nene" Tortal Sr., Thursday, Aug. 19, from 5-10 p.m. The academy is located at 112 W. National Ave., Brazil. "Anyone who has a general interest in blade tactics unlike any other should take the time to come learn from Grand Tuhon Jerson "Nene" Tortal Sr., at our school," Zechariah S. Browning said. "All are welcome, whether they are martial artists or not."...
Carter, Reberger to speak at meeting (08/11/10)
Clay County Prosecutor Lee Reberger and Clay County Council candidate Toni Carter will speak at the Clay County Senior Center, 120 S. Franklin St., Brazil, at 7 p.m., Monday. The event is sponsored by the Clay County Republican Club. Discussion will center on providing an update about what is currently going on in Clay County and how the county could address issues in the future. The public is invited to attend...
LEAAP Center, Ivy Tech to offer computer classes (08/11/10)
Through Ivy Tech's Continuing Education program, Computing Fundamental classes will be offered at the Linking Education with Adults, Adolescents and Preschoolers (LEAAP) Center, 501 E. Jackson St., Brazil, on four Mondays beginning Aug. 23, and ending Sept. 20...
Terre Haute Community Band to end season Saturday (08/11/10)
TERRE HAUTE -- It's music "With a Latin Lilt" to celebrate the conclusion of the Terre Haute Community Band's 2010 Summer Concert series. The free concert will take place Saturday, at 8 p.m., at Fairbanks Park. A popular Spanish march, "Amparito Roca," by Jaime Texidor, sets the mood for several Spanish dance tunes. ...
Ground broken for new water tower (08/11/10)
Projects are now in motion. On Wednesday, representatives from the City of Brazil, Hannum, Wagle and Cline (HWC) Engineering, Terre Haute, Caldwell Tanks, Louisville, Ky., along with other officials and contractors stuck the first shovels in the ground in Craig Park, marking the start of construction on the new water tower...
Brazil's Alpha Omega Chaper attend National Convention (08/11/10)
The 102nd National Conventioon of Delta Theta Tau Sorority was held July 14-18, 2010. Ellen Love, Gamma Pi Chapter, New Paris, Ohio, served as Convention Coordinator
for the "Gateway to Sisterhood" held at Hilton St. Louis Frontenac, St. Louis, Mo...
CLUB NEWS (08/11/10)
Washington Township Circle The Washington Township Circle met on July 14, at 1 p.m., at the home of Wilma Rich. Linda Schiele opened the meeting. The Club Creed and the Pledge of Allegiance were repeated in unison. Linda gave devotions, "No Poverty," from upper room and gave prayer...
Educational Grant Applications Available (08/11/10)
Tammy Ninesling, President of the local Alpha Omega Chapter, Delta Theta Tau Sorority, Inc., announced that their sorority this year will give $15,000 on the national livel
for Educational Grants for specialized training in Guidance and Couseling...
Dennis Dean McGlone (08/11/10)
Brazil Buzz (08/11/10)
The little blue house at the end of the road is peaceful this Sunday afternoon. Except for the ticking of too many clocks and an occasional sigh from the little four legged boss of the household, Ms. Tootie Mae, all is well. Two warm spicy loaves of zucchini bread rest on cooling racks on the countertop. Several boiled eggs nestle in a bowl beside them. I am going to prepared a kale dish and incorporate those incredible edibles...
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