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Stories from Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Meet and Greet (10/13/10)
Forum attendees focused on Prosecutor's race The community came out to meet all of the candidates Wednesday night, but the prosecutor's race took center stage. Approximately 100 people showed up for the event so-sponsored by the Clay County Chamber of Commerce and Clay County Farm Bureau at the Clay County 4-H Fairgrounds Exhibit Hall Wednesday night...
State office hopefuls address various issues (10/13/10)
Candidates vying for state positions touched on topics regarding education, healthcare and how they plan to serve their constituents during the public forum. The Clay County Chamber of Commerce and Clay County Farm Bureau co-sponsored the event Wednesday, which gave the public a chance to ask questions and hear what the candidates have to say...
Funding for future Reassessment saved (10/13/10)
With new legislation in place, funding for the 2017 Reassessment is being saved. Clay County Assessor Mark Barnhart recently spoke to The Brazil Times about the changes, which put a temporary hold on using the Reassessment Fund. "Starting with the upcoming budget year, the fund will essentially be untouchable until July 1, 2015, which is when we can begin working on the 2017 Reassessment," Barnhart said. "So until that point, the Reassessment Fund is basically a savings account."...
State Treasurer running again (10/13/10)
Prior to becoming State Treasurer, Richard Mourdock had a successful 30-year career as a business executive in Indiana's environmental, energy and construction industries. His goal in running for public office was to bring this private sector management experience to state government...
Eel River Bridge closed until further notice (10/13/10)
The Eel River Bridge on State Road 42 was shut down 4 p.m., Wednesday, and will probably remain closed until safety tests can be completed. Clay County Sheriff's Deputy Brad Hardey told The Brazil Times engineers with the Indiana Department of Transportation would be in the area to analyze and determine the damage, decide what route to take in fixing the damage and how long repairs would take...
Former Riley patients reunite during annual event (10/13/10)
INDIANAPOLIS -- The lawn across from the Riley Children's Hospital Outpatient Center was bustling with more than 1,000 former Riley patients and family members gathered to reunite and share stories with Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) physicians, nurses and staff, Saturday, Sept. 11...
Clean Coal exhibit at Festival (10/13/10)
ROCKVILLE -- The American Coalition for Clean Coal Technology (ACCCE) currently has a mobile exhibit as part of its "Clean Coal Technology. It Works," tour at the Covered Bridge Festival. The exhibit, which is on an eight-state tour, informs people about the benefits of coal and the success of clean coal technology. The exhibit will be on site through Sunday...
Engineers to look at damaged bridge (10/13/10)
Officials with the Clay County Sheriff's Department notified The Brazil Times Wednesday the Eel River Bridge on State Road 42 would be shut down. CCSD Dep. Brad Hardey told The Brazil Times engineers with the Indiana Department of Transportation were shutting down the area sometime between 8:30-10 a.m., today, to have an analyst determine the damage, what route to take in fixing the damage and how long fixing the bridge would take...
School Board to meet Thursday (10/13/10)
The Clay Community School Corporation School Board will meet in regular session Thursday, at Clay City Jr./Sr. High School, 601 Lankford St., Clay City. The meeting is scheduled to begin at 7:30 p.m. New business topics include the following: Those in attendance, will be given an opportunity to speak and board members will also provide comments. In addition, CCSC Supt. Dan Schroeder will provide a report...
Birthday (10/13/10)
John R. James A surprise 80th birthday celebration is being planned for John R. James on Saturday, Oct. 16, from 1-4 p.m., at the Knightsville Community Center. No gifts, cards would be welcome. Come out and celebrate with your appetites and memories...
North Clay girls claim first WIC cross country title (10/13/10)
Times Staff Report NASHVILLE -- Brown County played host to the culmination of another strong cross country season by the North Clay Knights on Saturday. The North Clay girls, paced by a runner-up finish by Emily Conrad, won the program's first team championship, outpointing Owen Valley by 18 points. ...
Mark Alan Tucker (10/13/10)
Mark Alan Tucker, 54, born Feb. 26, 1956, Brazil, Ind., passed away Thursday, Oct. 7, 2010, at 10:17 a.m. Mark was the son of Shirley Roeschlein and the late Elbert Roeschlein and Rex and Marilyn Tucker, both of Brazil. He is survived by his parents, daughters Krystle and Trenton Raught, Colorado, Natalie and Josh Dean, Terre Haute, and Mark Evan Tucker, Utah, and seven grandchildren. ...
Kaitlynne Deanne Hubbell (10/13/10)
Josh and Deanna Hubbell, Terre Haute, are proud to announce the birth of their daughter, Kaitlynne Deanne Hubbell. Kaitlynne was born on Sept. 23, 2010 at 5:41 a.m., at Union Hospital. She weighed 7 pounds, 7 ounces and was 20.5 inches long. Proud grandparents are Randy and Shirley Hughes. Great-grandparents are Gayle and Lois Hughes and Ann and Charles McMurry...
Julie Smith and Richard Lindsey (10/13/10)
Jim and Loretta Snedeker, Brazil; Mary Lindsey and the late Richard Lindsey, Clinton, are proud to announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their children, Julie Smith and Richard Lindsey in a private ceremony on Oct. 16. Julie is a 1988 graduate of Northview High School, a 2007 graduate of Ivy Tech Community College and is employed eith the South Vermillin School Corporation...
Candace M. Johnson and James M. Griffin (10/13/10)
Candace M. Johnson and James M. Griffin are proud to announce their engagement and upcoming marriage on Oct. 22, 2010 at 6 p.m., at the Lake House Restaurant in Staunton. Candace is the daughter of Lori Johnson and Bill Johnson, Brazil. She is a 2004 graduate of Northview High School...
PUBLIC RECORD 10-14-10 (10/13/10)
Clay County Courthouse The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse Oct. 8-13: Clay Superior Court -- Civil Capital One Bank Vs. Joseph O'Dell: Civil Collections Capital One Bank Vs. Hans D. Miller: Civil Collections Capital One Bank Vs. Rick J. Matherly: Civil Collections...
Brazil Buzz (10/13/10)
Today, the sun is shining brightly. This October morning was tranquil beyond even the tranquility of summer. The air was not only cool, but clear and quiet. I am noticing the greens, reds, coppers and bronze of the trees that line the perimeter of the harvested soybean field. The stands on our place are beautiful...
Harmony Happenings (10/13/10)
Harmony United Methodist Church will be having a Pie Auction after church on Sunday, Oct. 17, to help Van Buren Elementary. They need volunteers but the law requires a $35 background check on every person. We hope to raise enough money to pay the fee for 10 volunteers...
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