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Stories from Thursday, January 6, 2011

Former police chief in court (01/06/11)
TERRE HAUTE -- The felony charges against a formal Brazil City Police Chief were formally filed in Vigo Superior Court Division 6 Thursday. Terry Harrison, 46, Brazil, appeared without an attorney before Special Judge Michael J. Lewis and Special Prosecutor Timothy Bookwalter shortly after 2 p.m., Thursday...
Fire Marshal orders facility to shut down (01/06/11)
On Feb. 4, all occupants of the House of Hope, 5525 W. United States 40, Brazil, will not be allowed to maintain residence at the facility. In December, the Indiana State Fire Marshal's office conducted two inspections and found the building was not in compliance with state code...
Officials lift boil order (01/06/11)
Residents can now drink water straight from their tap. Brazil Mayor Ann Bradshaw confirmed to The Brazil Times the boil order, which had been in effect since Monday, was officially lifted at 3:40 p.m., Thursday. The order had been issued after an early Monday morning break in an 8-inch water line off National Avenue, near the Sherfey Street intersection, caused the City of Brazil to temporarily shut off services and empty the water tower...
Until next year! (01/06/11)
On Thursday, Keanon Wright (left) and Kyle Pestoff took down decorations from National Avenue, which had been set up since the annual Christmas In The Park Parade. The decorations were placed by members of the Clay County Breakfast Optimist Club and will be stored at Craig Park until next year...
It's a party! (01/06/11)
The Clay County Health Department is inviting everyone to its office Friday to celebrate the retirement of Dr. S. Rahim Farid. Farid provided 37 years to Clay County residents as the Clay County Public Health Officer. The open house is scheduled to take place from 4-6 p.m. A small ceremony will be conducted at 4:30 p.m., in the community room of the medical office building, 1214 E. National Ave., Brazil...
Road closed (01/06/11)
North Walnut Street, between Church Street and Daniel Biggs Drive, will be closed from 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Friday, for the demolition of a home. For more information, call 443-2221.
First meeting (01/06/11)
The Harmony Town Council will conduct its first meeting of 2011 at 7 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 1, at the Harmony Community Center. There was no January meeting scheduled.
Community Notes (01/06/11)
The following is a list of upcoming events provided to The Brazil Times: Available The 2011 Clay County Aspiring Artist Calendars are currently available. Those interested in purchasing a calendar should call The Brazil Times at 446-2216, Monday-Friday, from 8 a.m.-4 p.m...
Indiana State Police warn of possible scam (01/06/11)
PUTNAMVILLE -- The Indiana State Police Post at Putnamville recently stated it receives inquiries into the validity of telephone, cell phone, United States Mail and online notifications informing the receiving person(s) they have been selected as a winner for substantial amounts of money...
A cappella group The House Jacks to perform at RHIT (01/06/11)
TERRE HAUTE -- As the original "rock band without instruments," one might expect the "unexpected" from The House Jacks, a group of five multi-talented musicians bringing their crowd-pleasing show to the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology's Hatfield Hall Theater Friday, Jan. 14...
Nutrient management essential (01/06/11)
WEST LAFAYETTE -- Livestock producers large and small need to not only manage nutrients properly but also keep detailed records of their nutrient management practices, said Purdue Extension animal scientist Tamilee Nennich. Smaller producers often think nutrient management record keeping is necessary only for large producers. But Nennich says that's not the case...
Knights corral Mustang wrestlers (01/06/11)
Times Staff Report ELLETSVILLE -- Northview's wrestlers got a dual match look on Wednesday night, at one of the challengers to the Western Indiana Conference crown that the Knights currently possess. A very solid Edgewood Mustangs team fell at home to the Knights by a 45-21 score as five Northview grapplers won via fall...
Eighth-grade falls short against Colts (01/06/11)
By MATT MCKINNEY Times Staff Reporter After battling in two close, down to the minute games, neither the "A" or "B" North Clay eighth-grade boys' basketball team could come away with a victory against the Edgewood Colts Thursday night, losing 32-31 and 31-28 in overtime, respectively...
Turnovers plague Knights' JV teams in pair of losses (01/06/11)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor Northview's junior varsity basketball teams had three weeks between games over the holiday break and the rust was evident on Thursday night as Owen Valley handed the Knights a pair of defeats. The Northview girls started strong, but faded over the middle two quarters of a 37-30 loss to the Patriots and the boys fell behind early and never recovered in a 39-23 loss...
Public Record (01/06/11)
Clay County Justice Center The following jail bookings occurred at the Clay County Justice Center during Jan. 3-6. Awaiting Arraignment Snodgrass, Stephen C., 29 Harrison, Terry L., 46 Awaiting Warrant Arraignment Reid, Aaron J., 45 Awaiting Arraignment Warrant/Probable Cause...
Public Record (01/06/11)
Clay County Courthouse The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse Dec. 30, 2010-Jan. 6, 2011: Clay Superior Court -- Civil LVNV Funding Vs. Damien Stout: Civil Collections Asset Acceptance Vs. John W. Bouffard: Civil Collections...
What exactly is Extension? (01/06/11)
Extension can play an important part in your life if you choose to let it. Some of you may not realize that you have been impacted by Extension in some way. For starters, you may know someone who has attended or plans to attend Purdue University. Purdue is Indiana's Land Grant University that was established in 1862, under the Morrill Act and is deeply related to Extension. Later, the Hatch Act established Experiment Stations...
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