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Stories from Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Candidates square off (10/12/10)
The Y of Clay County had its meeting room filled Tuesday night to see candidates for Clay County Prosecutor go head-to-head in a debate. Following a couple of questions regarding how justice works in the legal system and their opinions on what violation has the largest affect on the community (which both agreed were of the drug-related variety), the candidates were inquired on more specific topics...
Boy Scout Troop Leaders earn Make A Difference award (10/12/10)
Cheryl and Jeff Myers were practically left speechless. The Boy Scout troop leaders thought Tuesday was going to be a normal meeting. But they were in for a surprise. Representatives from WTHI News 10 were on hand at the Boy Scout Troop 95 meeting, which takes place at the Jackson Township Volunteer Fire Department, to present the couple with its Make A Difference award for the month of October...
'Night at the Manor' set (10/12/10)
Christmas In The Park will again present "A Night at the Manor" this year in anticipation of Halloween. The home will be open Fridays and Saturdays, Oct. 15-16, Oct. 22-23, and Oct. 29-30. Times are 8-11 p.m., Oct. 15-16, and Oct. 22-23. The times for Oct. 29-30 are scheduled for 8 p.m.-midnight...
Officials busy with accidents (10/12/10)
Two early-morning accidents kept emergency response personnel busy Tuesday. According to a press release by the Clay Community School Corporation, around 7:30 a.m., a bus was struck in the back by a vehicle near the intersection of State Road 59 and County Road 750 North...
Survey: Majority want smoke-free workplace (10/12/10)
According to a recent survey, nearly seven out of 10 of adults in Clay County are in favor of supporting a comprehensive smoke-free workplace law that would eliminate secondhand smoke in all workplaces, including bars and restaurants. The public opinion poll was released by the Indiana Rural Health Association (IRHA) recently...
Coffee, club talk set for Friday (10/12/10)
The Rotary Club of Brazil will host a Coffee and Club Talk Friday at the Brazil Coffee Company. The event will take place from 6-7 p.m. The first regular cup of coffee is free courtesy of the Rotary Club. A 30-minute discussion will take place during the event. This month's topic is "What the Rotary Club of Brazil Means to Me," by past president Susan Thomas...
YMCA youth dance slated (10/12/10)
The YMCA of Clay County Youth Dance will take place Friday, from 8-10:30 p.m. Dances are open to youth in sixth-, seventh- and eighth-grade. The facility is located at 225 E. Kruzan St., Brazil. Students should be prepared to show their school identification to verify their age...
Community Notes (10/12/10)
The following is a list of upcoming events provided to The Brazil Times: Trash Pickup The City of Brazil's Sanitation Department is conducting heavy trash pickup on the following Fridays, based on normal trash pickup schedule: Heavy trash pickup must be reserved and may be done by calling City Hall at 443-2221 or the Brazil City Street Department at 448-8501...
Honor Roll (10/12/10)
Forest Park Elementary Kindergarten Perfect Attendance Juli Baskin, Kennedie Bohannon, Kaydee Budd, Haley Deckard, Morgan Elwell, Porchea Evans, Jillian Freeman, Landon Hill, Baileigh Stewart, Kenneth Floyd, Layla Winn, Matthew Auterson, Varzidy Batchelor, Wyatt Callahan, Destiny Cox, Drew Crawford, AJ Freeman, Izak Grigsby, Dylan Head, Camaren Nees, Corey Sanchez, Makala Schutter, Madison Wilkinson, Kadence Kingore...
Officials busy with two accidents (10/12/10)
Two early-morning accidents kept emergency response personnel busy Tuesday. According to a press release by the Clay Community School Corporation, around 7:30 a.m., a bus was struck in the back by a vehicle near the intersection of State Road 59 and County Road 750 North...
Area bank announces promotions (10/12/10)
Fifth Third Bank announced two recent promotions. The bank appointed Justin Campbell, Assistance Vice President, to the Financial Center Manager and Small Business Banking post at the Brazil Banking Center. Campbell was previously with Fifth Third Bank in Vincennes...
Fundraiser scheduled (10/12/10)
A fundraiser for Brylee Wallace, 6, will take place Thursday at the Clay County Courthouse. Brylee was recently named the 2010 Miss Indiana Princess and will compete in a national pageant at Walt Disney World in November. All proceeds from Thursday's event will be used to help pay for fees and expenses...
Ranked Patriots dominate meet (10/12/10)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor SEELEYVILLE -- There were few surprises as the dust settled following the Terre Haute North Cross Country Sectional held at the LaVern Gibson Course on Tuesday evening. The third-ranked Terre Haute North boys came in as a heavy favorite and backed that up by repeating as the sectional champion by placing six runners in the top-10 overall to score just 19 points...
Sullivan ends Knights' soccer season (10/12/10)
Times staff report TERRE HAUTE -- Sullivan's pursuit of back-to-back girls' soccer sectional titles started with a shutout Tuesday at Terre Haute South. In their opening-round game against Northview, the Lady Arrows controlled all aspects en route to a 5-0 victory...
Chrystal Marie Bauerle and James Edward Parvin (10/12/10)
Chrystal Marie Bauerle and James Edward Parvin, both of Muncie, Ind., will be united in marriage Oct. 31, 2010. Chrystal is the daughter of Cathi Bauerle and the granddaughter of Charles and JoAnn Bauerle, all of Indianapolis. She is a 2005 graduate of Scecina Memorial High School in Indianapolis, and attended Indiana University-Purdue University of Indianapolis...
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