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Stories from Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Swain outlines state's biomass potential (02/22/11)
Rather than letting a falling tree decompose on the ground, an up and coming industry is putting wood waste to an energizing use. On Tuesday, BioEnergy Development President Rob Swain spoke to the Clay County Chamber of Commerce about Indiana's potential for utilizing the biomass industry...
Man brought back for trial (02/22/11)
Failing to appear for a trial in December, a Brazil man was recently brought back from Marion County to face allegations in an intimidation case. According to officials, Michael P. Reffett, 34, was transported to the Clay County Justice Center Monday on an outstanding arrest warrant for failing to appear for a jury trial in Clay Circuit Court on Dec. 15, 2010...
Veterans Expo organized (02/22/11)
Area veterans in need of help should take note of an upcoming event. The first Veterans Expo -- sponsored by WorkOne -- will take place Tuesday, from 10 a.m.-4 p.m., at the V.F.W. Post 972, 111 Veterans Square, Terre Haute. WorkOne Local Veterans Employment Representative Walter Padgett told The Brazil Times one of his colleagues came up with the idea to conduct the expo...
'Hoops for Hope' game set (02/22/11)
Ever wondered what happened to your favorite high school basketball players from the past? On March 7, they just might be playing in the "Hoops for Hope" charity fundraising basketball game at Northview High School, when the Northview Staff takes on the North Clay Staff at 7:30 p.m...
Harrison College hosting workshop on financial aid (02/22/11)
TERRE HAUTE -- Harrison College's Terre Haute campus, located at 1378 S. State Road 46, will host a free financial aid workshop and open house for military personnel and their dependents Thursday, March 3, from 5-7 p.m., and Friday, March 4, from 9 a.m.-noon...
Taking a shot (02/22/11)
Chad Miller attempts to score points for his team Tuesday night during the second Clay County Chamber of Commerce Corn Hole Tournament at the Brazil Elks Lodge. Jason Jacobs Photo.
UPDATE: Former city clerk charged (02/22/11)
Former clerk/treasurer turns self in (02/22/11)
Charges have been filed in connection with a recently released audit of the City of Brazil by the Indiana State Board of Accounts and investigation by Indiana State Police. Although details are limited at this time, officials confirmed to The Brazil Times Tuesday evening that former Brazil Clerk-Treasurer Tracy Webster, 42, Brazil, turned herself in and was booked on one class C felony Forgery and three class D felony theft charges...
Birthday (02/22/11)
Ruth Miller, a lifelong resident of Brazil, recently celebrated her 104th birthday at Cloverleaf Healthcare. She was born on Feb. 1, 1907. She is the wife of the late Kenny Miller, attorney at law. Residents and staff helped to celebrate her special occasion, including her roommate, Helen Rentschler, 101...
Love recognized at NYLSC conference (02/22/11)
This year, outstanding students from across the nation took part in a unique leadership development program in 35 cities across the country. Themed "Courageous Leadership," the National Young Leaders State Conference (NYLSC) helps young scholars take an introspective and highly personalized assessment of their leadership skills and abilities...
Art Gallery members participating in the Maple Syrup Festival (02/22/11)
After enjoying those pancakes, sausage and maple syrup, say hello to some of the artists from the Art Gallery in Rockville. About 12 artists will be displaying their works at the Maple Syrup Festival. Most of them will be working on a project and invite your comments and conversation. ...
North Clay eighth-grade claims WIC (02/22/11)
Times Staff Report NASHVILLE -- The North Clay eighth-grade girl's basketball team claimed the Western Indiana Conference championship on Saturday with a pair of wins on the road at Brown County. The Knights opened play against the host school and battled Brown County's zone defense throughout and posted a 24-15 victory. North Clay worked the ball well to get their shots and though they weren't knocking them down regularly, the Knights' patience spurred them to the win...
Knights handle Quakers for fifth win in a row (02/22/11)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor PLAINFIELD -- Getting off to an 0-5 start to open the boy's basketball season isn't exactly ideal, but the Northview Knights are headed down the stretch playing some of its best basketball. The Knights claimed their fifth straight victory with a road win at Plainfield on Tuesday night, which improved their mark against sectional opponents to 2-3 this season. ...
Dreyson Daniel Ross (02/22/11)
Jared Ross and Alansa Moody are proud to announce the birth of their son, Dreyson Daniel Ross. Dreyson was born on Dec. 15, 2010. He weighed 6 pounds, 8 ounces and was 20 inches long. Grandparents are Russell and Carrie Scholl, Dan and Lori Ross, David Moody and Holly Moody...
Jennifer Marie Fountain and Vedran Mesanovic (02/22/11)
Jennifer Marie Fountain and Vedran Mesanovic are proud to announce their engagement and upcoming marriage on March 12, 2011, at 1:30 p.m., aboard the Carnival Inspiration, in the Port of Tampa, Fla. Jennifer is the daughter of Melodie and Dave Staley, Brazil and Larry and Gayle Fountain, Brazil...
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