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Stories from Tuesday, April 12, 2011

CCSR signs agreement with Brazil Township (04/12/11)
Clay County Search and Rescue (CCSR) has entered into an agreement with Brazil Township that will benefit city residents. On Sunday, members of CCSR and the Brazil Township Trustee TJ Sneddon, along with township board members, signed off an agreement to provide services in the unincorporated sections of the township and the City of Brazil for 2011...
Motion to dismiss filed in lawsuit (04/12/11)
A local resident who has been involved in a three-year lawsuit has reason to celebrate. In 2008, Clay County resident Edna Chadwell, along with seven others, filed suit against the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration (FSSA). The suit targeted the FSSA's Aged and Disabled Waiver Program...
Mayoral candidate lists top priorities (04/12/11)
Hello. I am John S. (Jack) Nelson. I will be on the May 3 ballot for Mayor of Brazil. I have lived most of my life in Brazil, with the exception of when I was called to serve my country. I was in the U.S. Air Force for four years. After this time, I worked at Quaker Maid Company in Terre Haute. Then I worked as a police dispatcher for the Brazil Police Department for quite a while and later hired on as a full-time police officer...
Local poetry competition scheduled (04/12/11)
WEST TERRE HAUTE -- Wabash Valley Outdoor Sculpture Collection and the Swope Art Museum has announced the third of several public events to take place through April in conjunction with the Max Ehrmann Poetry Competition. All events are free of charge...
Church to host singer Saturday (04/12/11)
Otter Creek Christian Church will host Terry Hall, a southern gospel singer, from Pigeon Forge, Tenn., Saturday, at 6 p.m. A love offering will be taken. For more information, call 446-4007.
Book store to re-open (04/12/11)
Sandy's Good Books and More will re-open Thursday and will be open from noon-5 p.m., Thursday-Saturday, and from 2-6 p.m., on Fridays.
Beauty Show (04/12/11)
Stylists of the Mane Attraction Beauty Salon, Brazil, recently attended the Midwest Beauty Show in Chicago. They were trained in the latest trends of cutting, styling and coloring. They also received training in the new Paul Mitchell Awapuhi Wild Ginger treatments and product line. Pictured are Monica Reinoehl, Robert Cromeans, Paul Mitchell International Educator, Chelsea Mershon and Mona Howard...
CLUB NEWS (04/12/11)
Jackson Township Better Homes Extension Club The Jackson Township Better Homes Extension club held their March 24 meeting at the Senior Citizens Center hosted by Rose Mary Price. President Ruth Haas called the meeting to order with all repeating the Pledge of Allegiance and the Homemakers Creed. For devotions, she read "Cowboy Poetry."...
Drawing for free tickets to Art Gallery's trip to Chicago (04/12/11)
Thanks to the generosity of two Art Gallery Members, there will be two free tickets (one per household) given for the Chicago trip on May 14. Just come into the Gallery and sign-up for the drawing to be held May 2. If you have already purchased tickets, you are still eligible to sign-up. What a nice gift for a Mother's Day present or to give to a special friend!...
Clay City track teams split with Linton (04/12/11)
Boys team results: Clay City 75, Linton 48 Girls team results: Linton 85, Clay City 35 Boys Results High jump -- 2. Mark Grubbs 5-8 Long jump -- 1. Mark Grubbs 20-4, 2. Grant Prindiville 16-0 Discus -- 1. Josh Miller, 102-4 110 HH -- 2. Ethan Shaw 16.9...
Knights' softball takes advantage of Eels miscues for five-inning win (04/12/11)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor Defensive miscues and a strong effort in the pitching circle by Northview's Taylor Carter spelled doom for Clay City in Tuesday's county match-up. The Knights scored five runs in the first inning and finished the Eels off in the fifth inning by taking advantage of two Clay City errors to plate three runs and win 10-0 in five innings...
Class A No. 7 North Central pulls away for win over Eels (04/12/11)
By MATT MCKINNEY Times Staff Reporter CLAY CITY -- The Clay City baseball team is still ironing out the rough parts in its game, and it showed Tuesday evening as they lost in a home game to the seventh-ranked team in Class A, North Central, 15-2. Starting Clay City pitcher Kole Smith began his Tuesday debut well, getting two hitters out and catching the third stealing in a three-up, three-down half-inning...
Knights' JV falls to Cougars (04/12/11)
Times Staff Report Northview's 'B' baseball team fell to visiting Bloomington North by a 9-1 score on Tuesday evening. The Cougars scored in all seven innings to pick up the victory. Brock Smith allowed three runs and five hits over 2 1/3 innings on the mound. Tanner Wilson gave up five hits and five runs in 2 2/3 innings of work while striking out three and Kyle Moore finished the contest by allowing a run and three hits over two innings with three strikeouts...
Suellen Ruth (Collins) Schopmeyer (04/12/11)
Suellen Ruth (Collins) Schopmeyer, 69, formerly of Clay County, went home to Heaven Saturday, April 9, 2011. Suellen passed away with family near her side at Helen Ellis Hospital. She was born on April 27, 1941, to Joe and Lloyd (Giltz) Collins, who preceded her in death. Suellen attended Ashboro School and married her high school sweetheart Michael Schopmeyer in 1958...
Mr. and Mrs. Brett Fabbri (04/12/11)
Brittanee Lynn Roe and Brett Eugene Fabbri are proud to announce there marriage on March 26, 2011, at 5:30 p.m., at McKinley Hill in Brazil. Pastor Brooke Reinoehl preformed the ceremony and the bride was given away by her father. Marton of Honor was Jessica Nuckols, bestfriend of bride. Bridesmaids were Kaitlynn Roe, sister of bride; Lyndsey Fabbri, sister of the groom; and Amy Morgan, friend of bride...
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold (04/12/11)
Sue and Dave Arnold celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on April 8, with a family dinner. They were married April 8, 1961, in Indianapolis. They have lived in Greencastle since the early 1970's. Dave owned the local Home Laundry and Cleaner in Greencastle, and is presently employed with the state of Indiana...
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