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Stories from Sunday, March 20, 2011

Education remains a top concern (03/20/11)
For the second time in as many months, education topped the list of Cracker Barrel concerns. The third Clay County Cracker Barrel of 2011 took place Saturday at the YMCA of Clay County. The sessions are co-sponsored by the Clay County Chamber of Commerce and the Clay County Farm Bureau...
Waiting game continues for start of trial (03/20/11)
Proceedings have ground to a halt in a double murder trial. The waiting game continues for everyone affected by the double homicide of Tonya Pickett, 16, and her stepfather Ricky Mustard, 32, on Nov. 20, 1988. Although arrested in March 2008, John Lovett, Brazil, still doesn't know when his court date will be as officials wait for a ruling on the admissibility of potential evidence...
Pedestal of Craig Park water tower started (03/20/11)
Despite rain falling on a consistent basis in recent weeks, work on the new water towers is moving forward. After meeting with contractors recently for a monthly progress update, representatives with the City of Brazil and Hannum, Wagle and Cline (HWC) Engineering, Terre Haute, spoke with The Brazil Times about the current status of the Brazil Water System Improvements Project...
Brazil Rotary, Subway team up for Fun Run (03/20/11)
The Brazil Subway and Rotary Club are teaming together to host an event that will enable children to understand the value of a healthy life. The first Subway-Rotary Healthy Kid One-Mile Fun Run will take place Saturday, June 4, at 11 a.m., at the Forest Park Walking Track...
Alene M. Haviland (03/20/11)
Alene M. Haviland, 91, Clay City, passed away at Sullivan County Hospital, March 18, 2011, with her family by her side. She was born in Jasonville, on her family's dairy farm, Sept. 14, 1919, the daughter of Earl and Orlena (Hurst) Rich. Alene graduated from Midland School. She was a member of the American Legion Post 225 Ladies Auxillary and the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 6606 Ladies Auxillary, as well as the Seniors Citizens Club in Clay City...
Local Cub Scouts visit Times' office to earn badges (03/20/11)
A handful of local Cub Scouts recently earned their Tiger Cub badges after a visit to The Brazil Times. Scouts Brayden LeLoup, Hamzah Samiullah, Lucas Starkey and Wade Fort all earned the badges after completing their four achievements. The last of the achievements on their list was the third portion of "How I Tell It," which details communication...
'Hoops for Hope' coordinator offers thanks (03/20/11)
To the Editor: The recent fundraiser for Relay For Life, "Hoops for Hope," was an overwhelming success. I want to thank everyone who volunteered to help in some way: All the basketball players and staff from both Northview and North Clay schools, referees, cheerleaders, Northview band and band boosters, as well as all the students, parents and community members who came to watch and support the teams...
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