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Stories from Sunday, January 23, 2011

Happy Birthday! (01/23/11)
Kolton Chastain, 9, and Chase McCrocklin, 10, both like the cheeseburgers. Jordyn McCrocklin, 6, likes the ham and cheese sandwich. The three youngsters and others paid a visit to Eddie's Sandwich Shoppe Saturday to help celebrate the establishment's 80th birthday...
Wedding advice (01/23/11)
Robert Anderson (left) and Tracey Myers (middle) listen as Lester Wilson, owner of Wilson Photography, Greencastle, explains what his business can offer for weddings during the seventh Brazil Times/Banner Graphic Bridal Show Sunday. The event took place at Traditions Banquet Hall, and featured RJ's Formal Wear, Dixie Chopper Hotel/Conference Center, Coach's Timeout Sports Bar, Creative Cakes, Mike Broady Entertainment, Wilson Photography, the Lake House Restaurant, Page's, Music Express Mobile DJ Services, Pampered Chef by Holly Cartwright, Garber Photography, Travel Network, Sounds Unlimited, Studio E Photography, Occasions Made Simple, Goodies Galore, Traditions and Bell of the Ball.. ...
Meeting moved (01/23/11)
The Center Point Town Council has rescheduled its February meeting. The council normally meets on the first Tuesday of each month at 6 p.m. However, the February meeting has been moved to 9 a.m., Saturday, Feb. 5. All meetings take place at Center Point Town Hall...
Habitat for Humanity still pursuing grant (01/23/11)
Habitat for Humanity of Clay County is still in the running for a $25,000 grant. For the second month in a row, the organization is attempting to secure a grant through the Pepsi Refresh Everything program. Voting in the current cycle ends Jan. 31. Habitat for Humanity of Clay County is competing in the Neighborhood category...
Community Notes (01/23/11)
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...
Some big bills on back burner in legislature (01/23/11)
Three weeks into Indiana's legislative session, Republican House Speaker Brian Bosma is touting the hard work already being done on major issues. Not surprisingly, Democratic House Minority Leader Patrick Bauer contends the session is off to a slow start...
Knights repeat as WIC champs (01/23/11)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor CLINTON -- The Northview wrestling team started the postseason exactly how it wanted to as the Knights defended their Western Indiana Conference title by squeezing past Owen Valley for the top spot on Saturday at South Vermillion High School...
Elizabeth 'Betty' L. Arthur (01/23/11)
Elizabeth "Betty" L. Arthur, 80, Brazil, passed away at Exceptional Living Center, Brazil, Jan. 22, 2011. She was born Feb. 28, 1930, in Greene County, Ind., to Russell and Manda (VanDevender) Crites. She graduated from Bloomfield High School. On Feb. 2, 1949, she married Robert "Joe" Arthur...
Charles G. Hapenny Jr. (01/23/11)
Charles G. Hapenny Jr., 79, died Jan. 22, 2011, at 1:52 p.m., at Seton Specialty Hospital, Indianapolis, following complications from surgery almost five months ago. He was born July 21, 1931, in Clay County, the son of Charles and Arvetta Orman Hapenny...
Thank you is not enough (01/23/11)
To the Editor: On Monday, Jan. 3, 2011, I was asked to come to the Commissioners' meeting at the Courthouse to sign some documents. To my surprise, all members of the Clay County Health Department, my board chairman Dr. Rick Rodgers and other board members were there. Immediately after the Pledge of Allegiance, I was summoned by Commissioner Charles Brown to come forward...
Reader urges others to 'wake up' (01/23/11)
To the Editor: Equal Rights: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. fought for equal rights for people of this great nation along with numerous others. He gave the ultimate sacrifice. Jan. 17, is recognized as a federal holiday for the late Dr. King. But did you know here in Clay County, Indiana, only black American students are authorized an excused absence on this day?...
'Decorate a Door' a success (01/23/11)
To the Editor: We wanted to write a huge thank you letter to all the people and different organizations that helped us out for this past Christmas. As you know, we started an annual Decorate a Door contest and it was well received. The following groups and people participated:...
Thanks for a job well done (01/23/11)
To the Editor: I want to acknowledge the front-page article in The Brazil Times Monday, Jan. 10, 2011. Our Mayor Bradshaw has done a commendable job as mayor of our town. My wife and youngest son, Tim, moved to Brazil in January 2000, and located outside Center Point in May of that year...
Area organization tries for Pepsi grant (01/23/11)
To the Editor: One child. One voice. One vote. Wabash Valley residents can "refresh" the community. CASA Kids is hoping valley residents will help them provide powerful voices for powerless children by voting for their idea for a Pepsi "Refresh Everything" grant to reach the top 10...
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