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Stories from Tuesday, November 2, 2010

County voters elect Reberger (11/02/10)
For nearly 10 months, Republican Lee Reberger has been in campaign mode. His efforts paid off Tuesday evening as Clay County voters re-elected him as Prosecutor. "It is an exhausting process for any candidate that gives it their all," Reberger said regarding 10 months of campaigning, first against Robert Pell in the primary and then against Democrat challenger Charles Hear...
Carter elected to serve as member of county council (11/02/10)
There is a new representative for District 3 on the Clay County Council. Republican Toni Carter beat out incumbent Democrat Dolores Johnson by 718 votes. District 3, covers the townships of Posey, Jackson and Sugar Ridge. Carter received 1,766 votes from Clay County voters while Johnson received 1,048...
Flushed! (11/02/10)
Staunton Water Works will flush fire hydrants beginning Thursday through Saturday. For more information, call 448-1487.
Food signups (11/02/10)
Share Food signups will take place from 9-11 a.m., Saturday, at First Christian Church, 1875 W. United States 40, Brazil.
Program set (11/02/10)
Staunton Elementary School will host a Veterans Day program Thursday, Nov. 11. The Jackson Township Community Band is scheduled to perform at the program, which will begin at 1:30 p.m. The public is welcome to attend.
Arts Show (11/02/10)
Celebration of the Arts and Soul will host its second Fall Show Nov. 19-21, at the former Masonic Temple, 201 N. Walnut St., Brazil. This year, the charity being showcased is the Clay County Emergency Food Pantry. Hours for the show are 6-9 p.m., Nov. 19, 1-8 p.m., Nov. 20, and 1-6 p.m., Nov. 21. For more information, e-mail edie@edieartsandwellness.com...
County votes for GOP at state, national levels (11/02/10)
Clay County voters, as a whole, voted for change Tuesday. In several races at the state and national level, voters in the county selected members of the Republican party. Overall results from these elections were not known at press time. In the race for United States Senate, county voters chose Republican Dan Coats over Democrat Brad Ellsworth...
Unopposed candidates grateful for support (11/02/10)
Several Clay County candidates on the general election ballet this year are keeping a watchful eye on the election, but are not sweating over the results in their particular races. Candidates Mary Jo Alumbaugh (Democrat-Auditor), Debra S. James (Republican-Treasurer), Michael W. ...
Holiday announcement (11/02/10)
To participate in the 2010 Clay County Courthouse Military Christmas Tree, people may drop off a 3-by-5 photo of local veterans and/or enlisted service men and women on active duty at the Maintenance Department office in the courthouse basement no later than Wednesday, Nov. 10, 2010. The name of the person in the photo should be placed on back...
Waiting to be counted (11/02/10)
Poll workers wait in line outside the second-floor Election Office to turn in the election ballots Tuesday night at the Clay County Courthouse. Sugar Ridge poll workers Carolyn Ledgerwood and Lynn Boyce chatted with Jackson Township Precinct 1 poll workers Patsy Rader and Bonnie Jensen while waiting their turn to turn in ballot boxes...
Anxiously waiting (11/02/10)
The Republican Headquarters was a buzz of activity Tuesday night as local residents gathered to wait for the results.
Brazil Township Trustee, Sugar Ridge Board members chosen (11/02/10)
With so much focus on the state, national and Clay County Prosecutor races, positions in two local townships were also decided Tuesday night. In Brazil Township, the trustee position was up for grabs after incumbent Marcia Tozer lost to Vickie Lawhorn in the May Primary Election...
2010 General Election Results -- Contested Races (11/02/10)
Precinct/ FEDERAL AND STATE OFFICES U.S. Senator Secretary of State Auditor of State Treasurer of State U.S. Representative, District 8 State Senator, District 39 State Representative, District 43 State Representative, District 44 State Representative, District 46...
General Election vote totals in uncontested races (11/02/10)
The following is the total number of votes candidates in uncontested races received during Tuesday's General Election: COUNTY OFFICES Auditor D -- Mary Jo Alumbaugh -- 5,460 Treasurer R -- Debra S. James -- 6,721 Sheriff R -- Michael W. Heaton -- 6,894...
Community Notes (11/02/10)
The following is a list of upcoming events provided to The Brazil Times: 'Arthritis fitness' Fun Time Fitness and Aquatics in Brazil will offer "Arthritis Fitness," today at 6 p.m. The workshop will be led by a certified aquatic fitness instructor trained by the Arthritis Foundation...
Election results (11/02/10)
Throughout the evening, come to www.thebraziltimes.com for the latest in election results. The Brazil Times will post stories of all local races as they become available.
Van Buren High School Class of 1950 (11/02/10)
The Van Buren High School class of 1950 recently celebrated their 60th class reunion at Oak Ridge Steakhouse. Attending were: (first row) Carol Davis Atkinson, Delores Hood Mercer, Jayne Walker Bagel, Virginia Pell Phillips, (second row) Lester Martin, John Clark, David Reberger and Wayne Morlan...
Military News (11/02/10)
Riley E. Grubb Army National Guard Pfc. Riley E. Grubb has graduated from basic military training at Fort Benning, Columbus, Ga., under the Split Option Enlistment Program. The program allows high school students between their junior and senior year to attend and complete the Army National Guard or Reserve six-week basic training program during the summer of their junior year...
Congratulations! (11/02/10)
River Community Church extends congratulations to Emily McWilliams, winner of a scooter that was given away during Youth Night, Saturday, Oct. 23, with local band "RideTheWind."
Frank Ortiz Cercos (11/02/10)
Frank Ortiz Cercos, born in Holden, W. Va., of Spanish immigrant parents, raised in San Francisco, Calif., passed away Oct. 27, 2010, surrounded in love by his wife Pat and his four outstanding children. Frank attended Commerce High School in San Francisco. He graduated in 1941...
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Dickison (11/02/10)
Eddie and Carlene Dickison will be celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary with an open house on Sunday, Nov. 7, from 1-4 p.m., at Oak Ridge Golf Course, in the banquet room. Eddie and Carlene were married on Nov. 5, 1960. They are the parents of Pam Terril, Carla and husband Shaun Reinoehl, and Greg and wife Stacy Dickison. They have seven grandchildren, and one great-grandchild...
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