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Stories from Friday, August 27, 2010

Meth now being fought through online system (08/27/10)
PUTNAM COUNTY -- Tracking of a "must have" ingredient for production of methamphetamine is now automated and more user friendly with the activation of the Indiana Methamphetamine Investigation System, (IMIS). The new IMIS website (http://www.in.gov/meth/ or http://meth.in.gov), according to officials, has many potential benefits, including:...
Inspections determine schools safe (08/27/10)
Schools involved in the Elementary Building Renovation Project are safe. On Monday, the Indiana Department of Homeland Security Division of Fire and Building Safety inspected the three Brazil City Schools, Meridian, Forest Park and East Side Elementary...
Council gets first glimpse of 2011 budget (08/27/10)
The Clay County Council took its first look at the proposed 2011 budget during an informal work session Friday. During the session, in which no action was taken as it was for informational purposes only, Clay County Auditor Mary Jo Alumbaugh outlined the figures regarding the maximum tax levy...
Center Point Fall Festival dedicated to Stearley (08/27/10)
CENTER POINT -- The fourth Center Point Fall Festival has been schedule for Saturday, Sept. 11. Festival committee treasurer and owner of Center Point Hardware Karen Stearley told The Brazil Times this year's festival will be dedicated in honor of Brad Stearley, who died earlier this year...
Adults in Villa Motel case formally charged (08/27/10)
Formal charges have been filed against two adults who allegedly maintained a common nuisance at Villa Motel. According to documentation at the Clay County Courthouse, Zachariah Joseph Jones, 20, Brazil, and Chelsea Rose Gallagher, 18, Greencastle, have appeared in Clay Superior Court to be formally charged by the Clay County Prosecutor's Office for their alleged involvement in an Aug. 19 incident, which, according to case documents, coincided with Jones' 20th birthday...
National Able Network Application Day (08/27/10)
National Able Network will host an application day Tuesday, from 10 a.m.-1 p.m., in the board room at Brazil City Hall. National Able Networks will take applications for its Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP), which offers paid training and work experience opportunities for economically disadvantage individuals 55-older, while facilitating transitions of job-ready participants into unsubsidized employment in the public and private sectors...
CHURCH NEWS (08/27/10)
Eastside Christian Church Well, tomorrow is Family Sunday. We hope you have made plans to come. If you have never heard RideTheWind, you are missing out. They will be in concert with us. Our service will be at 10 a.m., and a fellowship meal will be served immediately following the service...
Knights escape with WIC victory (08/27/10)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor ELLETSVILLE -- Regardless of a team's talent level, the grind of a conference road game is an entirely different animal then the comforts of home. Such was the case on Friday night as 13th-ranked Northview encountered a very game opponent in the home standing Edgewood Mustangs...
Ruth Delores "Dee" Hugg (08/27/10)
Ruth Delores "Dee" Hugg, 82, Brazil, passed away Aug. 26, 2010, in her Brazil home after an extended fight with Alzheimer's. She was born April 20, 1928, in Clay County, the daughter of Frank and Ina Clark. A graduate of both Van Buren High School and Indiana State University and a certified real estate agent, Dee retired from the Terre Haute Department of Redevelopment after working at Allis-Chalmers, Terre Haute...
PUBLIC RECORD 8-28-10 (08/27/10)
Clay County Courthouse The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse Aug. 25-27: Clay Superior Court -- Civil Capital One Bank Vs. Terry L. Abner: Civil Collections Capital One Bank Vs. Ashley Goodman: Civil Collections Sharon Stamm Vs. Dale Stamm: Domestic Relations...
Staunton Scene (08/27/10)
Staunton Community Center We are organizing a monthly breakfast at the Center. The first breakfast is planned for Saturday Sept. 11, from 8:30-11:30 a.m., or until the food runs out! You can plan a pleasant Saturday morning to meet with friends and enjoy a nice meal...
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