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Stories from Friday, September 10, 2010

Building 'Faith' (09/10/10)
Poland couple nearing completion of hand-crafted boat POLAND -- The large, sleek, grey sailboat yacht sitting in Tom and Marsha West's yard is no laughing matter anymore. "A lot of people made jokes about it at first," Tom recently told The Brazil Times. "Now, more and more people stop to ask questions about it."...
Board continues talks on purchasing vehicles (09/10/10)
The Clay Community School Board of Trustees met for a regular session meeting Thursday. One of the topics on the agenda was the continued exploration by the board for the purchase of corporation-owned vehicles. According to Supt. Dan Schroeder, there is a mileage claim form that is to be filled out for individuals seeking reimbursement. ...
Officials investigating theft at school (09/10/10)
The Brazil City Police Department is looking for information regarding the recent theft of electronics at a local elementary school. According to BCPD Detective Jeffery Bucklin, sometime after school ended on Aug. 31 and reopened on Sept. 1, a brand new 42-inch flat screen television and the wall mounting unit, which had been delivered on Aug. 31, along with a computer monitor was taken from the building...
Headquarters open (09/10/10)
The Clay County Republicans celebrated the opening of its Party Headquarters Friday evening at 15 Forest Park Plaza, located between Dollar General and Dollar Tree. On hand for the ribbon cutting were (front, from left) Republican Party Central Committee Chairman Sharon Koehler, District 3 Clay County Council candidate Toni Carter, District 43 State Representative candidate Alan Morrison, District 44 State Representative candidate Jim Baird, Clay County Prosecutor Lee Reberger, Trey Reberger, (middle) party member Virginia Hill, Common Council of the City of Brazil member Sam Glover, Clay County Sheriff Mike Heaton, City Council member Pat Heffner, Clay County Assessor Mark Barnhart, Rochelle Reberger, Clay County Commissioner Paul Sinders, (back) party members Jodi Lohrman, Judah Lohrman, Jason Johnson, Andy Lohrman and David English. ...
CHURCH NEWS (09/10/10)
Little Historic Church at Carbon The Little Historic Church at Carbon will have their Friday program on Sept. 24. There will be a pitch-in dinner at 6 p.m., with the program at 7 p.m. This month the entertainment will be provided by Firm Foundation of Brazil...
Knights dominate Golden Arrows (09/10/10)
By STEVE FIELDS For the Brazil Times The Northview Knights were well into their week of practice before they could shake off the loss last week to Terre Haute North. Coach George Gettle said the Knights lost some confidence in that game. Northview regain that confidence Friday night in stunning fashion, pounding the Sullivan Golden Arrows for the ninth straight year, 44-7...
Northview freshman football wins over Brown County (09/10/10)
Times Staff Report The Northview freshmen football team scored a 20-16 conference win over visiting Brown County on Thursday night. The Knights scored the go-ahead touchdown with a minute remaining on the clock following an 85-yard drive that was set up by an interception by Tyler Rector...
North Clay volleyball rolls past Vikings (09/10/10)
Times Staff Report The North Clay volleyball teams swept past West Vigo on Thursday night in straight sets. The sixth-grade team posted a 25-18, 25-20 decision paced by Kenzie Stearley's eight points and five aces and Samantha Thomas had a four-point, three ace match. Linzy Lunsford had four assists with two kills and Madison Russell, Makenzie Stewart and Stacy Payton each had three service points. Payton also added three assists and a kill...
Knights squeeze past Arrows in tennis (09/10/10)
Times Staff Report SULLIVAN -- The Northview tennis team improved to 7-1 this season by narrowly defeating Sullivan on Thursday night, 3-2. The Knights' prowess in doubles play helped them earn the team win as Cole Watts and Joey Thomas teamed to defeat Grant Landis and Luke Willis, 6-0, 6-1 at No. 1 doubles...
John L. Walker (09/10/10)
John L. Walker, 78, Brazil, passed away unexpectedly Thursday, Sept. 9, 2010, at the Heart Hospital, Indianapolis. He was born June 3, 1932, in Clay County, as the son of Alfred O. and Muir Opal Black Walker. He graduated from Brazil High School with the Class of 1950. He married Wanda Reed Dec. 15, 1949...
James "Buck" Gwinn (09/10/10)
James "Buck" Gwinn, 59, Indianapolis, passed away Sept. 7, 2010, in Scottsburg, Ind., following a tractor-trailer accident. He was born in Meadow Bridge, W.Va., Oct. 28, 1950 the son of Millard and Lena (Okulovich) Gwinn. He married Sharon Jo Dodson Feb. 19, 1969. He joined the United States Army in 1970, and was honorably discharged later in the year...
John Perry McKinney (09/10/10)
John Perry McKinney, 76, Brazil, went to his Happy Hunting Ground to meet his Savior, Friday, Sept. 10, 2010, at St. Vincent Hospital, Indianapolis. He was born May 17, 1933, in Brazil, as the son of Edward and Ethel Crabb McKinney. He was retired from Allisons Transmission in Indianapolis, and also drove a school bus for the Clay Community School Corporation until May 2010. ...
PUBLIC RECORD 9-11-10 (09/10/10)
Clay County Courthouse The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse Sept. 8-10: Clay Superior Court -- Civil Amber D. Rogers Vs. Jarik S. Rogers: Domestic Relations Capital One Bank Vs. Cara L. Long: Civil Collections Midland Funding, LLC Vs. William J. Fairchild: Civil Collections...
Honor the memory of Sept. 11, 2001 (09/10/10)
There are certain memories that are always etched in the mind. I know I've said this before, but I still remember that day like it was yesterday. In 2001, I was the Sports Editor for The Brazil Times. I had gone from working a morning shift to the evenings, putting together sports pages the night before they went to print...
Staunton Scene (09/10/10)
Staunton Community Center Looking ahead at the Community Center calendar, we will be having our first Craft Show on Saturday, Nov. 20. If you would like to set up to sell homemade crafts, call Kelly Kirchner at 442-8608. The cost will be $15 if you use one of the Center's tables, or $10 if you bring your own table. Call early, because space is limited...
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