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Stories from Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Work progressing on projects (01/19/11)
I-70 water tower groundbreaking set for noon, Jan. 26 For those working on the City of Brazil's Water System Improvements Projects, Old Man Winter can take a break. After meeting with contractors and project managers Tuesday morning, Hannum, Wagle Engineering Project Engineer Matthew Pierce spoke with The Brazil Times about where things currently stand...
Meth suspect deemed unfit to stand trial (01/19/11)
Charges pending indefinitely A Brazil man facing five felony drug-related charges has been determined incompetent to stand trial. According to court documentation on file in Clay Circuit Court, Van Andrew Orman, 46, along with his defense attorney Charles Hear, appeared in custody of the Clay County Sheriff's Department before Circuit Court Judge Joseph Trout and Clay County Prosecutor B. Lee Reberger for a hearing Tuesday...
Backhoe quote selected (01/19/11)
It took a few extra days, but the new backhoe for the Clay County Highway Department has been chosen. During a special meeting Wednesday, the Clay County Commissioners made its final decision on quotes for the backhoe, which were initially opened during the Jan. 3 regular meeting...
Wire: County could see five inches of snow (01/19/11)
The National Weather Service (NWS) based in Indianapolis issued a Winter Storm Watch recently for several Indiana counties, including Clay. The watch will remain in effect until late Thursday. WTHI News-10 Meteorologist David Wire told The Brazil Times the system heading this way could produce a significant amount of snow...
Food Share Program Thanks Volunteers (01/19/11)
Maggie Morlan headed up the local Food Share Program from June 2002 to December 2010 when the program ended. Morlan had been one of the volunteers that helped to hand out fruit and vegetables on distribution dates. She was asked to take over when Patsy Rader and Carolyn Girton resigned. Thanks to Maggie for her years of dedication to the program that benefited hundred of people...
HONOR ROLL (01/19/11)
North Clay Middle School Sixth Grade High Distinction Paige Bicking, Brenton Bradford, Cameron Carroll, Jourdan Cayton, Charles Cook, Allison Deweese, Tatum Dyar, Caleb Freeman, Nicholas Ganly, Kaitlynn Harris, Jacob Hendrich, Mariah Hill, Emily Johnson, Madison Kapke, Christopher Kaufman, Tyler Leach, Drew Lumsdon, Destiny Mcmillan, Emily Mcwilliams, Katelyn Muncie, Kylie Parksey, Cassandra Ronaldson, Nicholas Ross, Kerstie Shaw, Noah Short, Kaleb Smith, Hannah Stallcop, Emily Targett, Samantha Thomas, Alexandria Tillman, Indya Trahan, Sierra Wagle, Kyla Warren, Ayla Winegar, Cameron Biddle. ...
Northview girls rebound to topple visiting Danville (01/19/11)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor A heavy dose of grit and hustle were just what Northview needed in a girl's basketball battle with visiting Danville on Wednesday night. The Knights outrebounded the Warriors by 10, got some key steals down the stretch and held Danville to just two-of-11 shooting from the field to score a 42-34 victory that halted a five-game losing stretch...
Ellena Kaelber Botner (01/19/11)
Ellena Kaelber Botner, 93, Brazil, passed away Jan. 19, 2011, at the St. Vincent Clay Hospital. She was born June 26, 1917, in Posey Township, the daughter of George Kaelber and Christina Nolte Kaelber. Ellena attended the Dutch Knob School and graduated from Staunton High School, Class of 1935. She worked at the Brazil City Water Works office, the Brazil License Branch and later for General Telephone Co., from where she retired in 1982...
Betty L. Coffin (01/19/11)
Betty L. Coffin, 84, Terre Haute, passed away Tuesday, Jan. 18, 2011, at 11:40 p.m., in Exceptional Living Center in Brazil. She was a retired Unit Manager for Reuben H. Donnelley. Betty was born March 14, 1926, in Riley, Ind., to Clarence E. Trout and Trellah P. (Jeffres) Trout...
Claudena D. "Polly" Johnson (01/19/11)
Claudena D. "Polly" Johnson, 84, formerly of Saline City, passed away at Cloverleaf Healthcare Facility Jan. 18, 2011. Polly was born Jan. 29, 1926, the daughter of Irene Neiswinger Persinger. She was raised by her mother and stepfather, Grover Persinger. She grew up in Saline City and attended Ashboro School...
PUBLIC RECORD 1-20-11 (01/19/11)
Clay County Courthouse The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse Jan. 12-19: Clay Superior Court -- Civil Town of Center Point Vs. Ernestine Barcus: Civil Plenary First Financial Bank Vs. William D. Smith, Lois A. Smith and Charles K. Reberger: Mortgage Foreclosure...
Brazil Buzz (01/19/11)
Oh, Willy Shakespeare, I do believe this "is" the winter of "my" discontent. There is no twist to this. I am anxiously awaiting springtime: green grass and fragrant blooms, the melodious sounds of beautiful songbirds and warm gentle breezes that come with the season...
Harmony Happenings (01/19/11)
The person that has been clearing the snow, off the streets in Harmony, is J.C. Riddell. I did not know who was doing the work when I put in a thank you last week. I ran into Janice Gooch at Kroger and she gave me the correct info. Thanks to Janice and a second thank you to J.C...
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