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Stories from Thursday, November 11, 2010

Annual Legion event draws large crowd (11/11/10)
"Be proud of your veterans. They make up the backbone of America." Those words were spoken by guest speaker Marion "Sarge" Eveland at the American Legion Post 2 Veterans Day gala Thursday, at the Clay County Courthouse. The event honored Clay County veterans, past and present, and drew a large crowd...
Stultz delivers heartfelt message to students (11/11/10)
It was a special day for one Clay County family. The family of fallen Marine Cpl. Gregory Scott Stultz stopped at North Clay Middle School Thursday and took part in Veterans Day festivities. "No matter who it is, when every soldier decides to give up their lives, for years they write a blank check made payable to the freedom for the people of the United States of America," Zachary Stultz, Gregory's brother said. ...
Resident warns others of potential scam (11/11/10)
Walter Parker thought he was on his way to winning the big money. For years, Parker has entered Publisher's Clearing House sweepstakes. "I probably enter about three of those a week," Parker said. On Tuesday, he received a piece of mail without a return address...
Congratulations! (11/11/10)
The 2010 Focus Awards Beautification winner was the Emmert Group. On hand for the award presentation were (front, from left) Clay County Chamber of Commerce President Ted Paris, Joyce Emmert, Kim Emmert-O'Dell, 2010 Focus Awards MC Mike Lawson, (back) Brad Emmert, Sam Emmert and Steve O'Dell...
Community Notes (11/11/10)
The following is a list of upcoming events provided to The Brazil Times: Shelter launches NOVEMPURRR The Clay County Humane Shelter has launched NOVEMPURRR, for the remainder of this month. More than 100 cats are currently housed at the shelter. Shelter officials said for the rest of the month, residents may adopt any cats 6-months or older for $25...
Running down a dream (11/11/10)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor Taylor University senior Adam Schroer has had plenty of ups and downs during his collegiate running career with the Trojans. Injuries have taken their toll at times and haven't always allowed the natural talent that he flashed while at Clay City High School to shine through. ...
Patriots pull away late to top Knights in opener (11/11/10)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor WEST TERRE HAUTE -- The Northview girls' basketball team got its first dose of real game experience in Thursday night's Tip-Off Tournament at West Vigo High School and while they came out on the short end of a 39-35 decision to Terre Haute North, there were plenty of positives...
Judith E. 'Judi' Cook (11/11/10)
Judith E. "Judi" Cook, 66, Reelsville, passed away Thursday, Nov. 11, 2010, at the IU Medical Center, Indianapolis. Born March 8, 1944, in Greencastle, she was the daughter of Charles G. "Bill" and M. Louise (Shaner) York. She was a graduate of Reelsville High School...
Mildred L. Neese (11/11/10)
Mildred L. Neese, 95, Danville, Ill., formerly of Poland and Cloverdale, passed away Nov. 10, 2010, in Danville, Ill. She was born on May 27, 1915, in Clay County, Ind., and was the daughter of the late Charles and Nellie [Mauer] Butterman. She was married to Dennis Edwin Neese on Nov. 25, 1932, and he preceded her in death on March 15, 1982...
Evelyn M. Nelson (11/11/10)
Evelyn M. Nelson, 60, Brazil, passed away at her home Nov. 9, 2010, following difficulties relating to congestive heart failure and diabetes. She was born July 11, 1950, in Brazil, the daughter of Walter and Clara (Wilson) Walker. She graduated from Brazil High School with the class of 1968 and later attended Ivy Tech, majoring in Accounting and Computer Programming until becoming ill...
Stay safe around the grain bins (11/11/10)
Recently, during one of my daily checks of TheIndyChannel.com, I came across an alarming report. That report stated that the Purdue University Agricultural Safety and Health Program announced that there have been 46 grain bin entrapments nationwide this year...
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