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Stories from Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Student-built house ready to be sold (04/13/11)
A house built by Clay County students in the Building and Trades program is now on the market. Students from both Northview and Clay City high schools have worked all school year to build another house on Bill Brown Court in southeastern Brazil. Now construction is nearing its end, along with the school year, and, according to Building and Trades teacher Dan Dragon, the house is for sale...
Homemakers conduct workshop (04/13/11)
The Clay County Extension Homemakers conducted its annual Spring Workshop at the Clay County 4-H Fairgrounds Tuesday. Approximately 40 people attended the event, which included guest speaker Jenna Smith. The Clay County Extension Educator for Ag and Natural Resources Director presented, "Blooms For Your Birds," at the event...
Facebook question helps form new event (04/13/11)
What started as a question posed on a social media site has turned into an actual event. On Friday, the YMCA of Clay County, 225 E. Kruzan St., Brazil, will host its first Adult Easter Egg Hunt. The event is set to start at 9 p.m., Friday, and will take place in the grass field south of the Y facility...
Candidate ready to be leader people can 'trust' (04/13/11)
My name is Beverly Sue Chaney. I am an avid Democrat and am your candidate for Mayor of Brazil. I am 44-years-old and I graduated from Northview High School in 1985. I am ready to be a leader the citizens of Brazil can trust in. I have three children, all of Brazil. ...
Pinned! (04/13/11)
At a recent Rotary Club of Brazil lunch meeting at the Elks Lodge, Rotarian Frank Farmer (right) was presented with his second Rotary International Paul Harris award designation by Rotary President Dr. Miranda Goodale (left). Although individual Paul Harris award winners are annually selected each year in the Rotary Club of Brazil, with the club contributing $1,000, Farmer chose to make additional contributions that earned him a second designation, which includes a level two-Paul Harris pin. ...
On two legs! (04/13/11)
While out mushroom hunting Monday, Staunton resident Glenda Galbraith (left) discovered one that stood on its own two legs. Jason Moon Photo.
ISP urging caution in work zones (04/13/11)
Indiana State Police Troopers from the Putnamville Post are currently working overtime in the construction zone projects of Interstate-70, attempting to slow down drivers and save the lives of workers and motorists. Last year in Indiana, 12 people were killed and 602 were injured in work zone crashes...
Braves top Knights in dual match at Forest Park G.C. (04/13/11)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor Under nearly perfect weather conditions at Forest Park Golf Course, the Terre Haute South Braves came away with a 14-stroke win in a dual match against the home standing Northview Knights on Wednesday evening. While the skies may have been sunny and the wind still for the first time during match action for both squads, Northview coach Scott Buell wasn't overly pleased with his team's score of 165 against the Braves' nine-hole tally of 151...
Patriots top Northview in track and field (04/13/11)
Times Staff Report TERRE HAUTE -- The Northview track and field teams dropped a dual meet at Terre Haute North on Tuesday night as the Patriots claimed the boy's meet, 86 to 46 and won the girl's meet by a 104 to 28 score. For the Northview boys, Joel Whittington was the big point scorer with wins in the 200 meters (23.07), the 110 and 300 hurdles and placed second in the 100 meters (11.39). ...
Cougars knock off No. 7 Knights (04/13/11)
Times Staff Report BLOOMINGTON -- The Northview Knights dropped their first baseball game of the season Tuesday evening as Bloomington North broke open a close game with six runs in the fifth inning of a 13-4 decision. "Bloomington North was an outstanding hitting team, but we had chances to put runs on the board," Northview coach Scott McDonald said. "We left nine runners on, including after getting the bases loaded in the fifth with one out and not scoring."...
Georgia Hartgrove McQueen (04/13/11)
Georgia Hartgrove McQueen, 84, Terre Haute, formerly of Brazil, died April 9, 2011, at her residence. She was born Nov. 5, 1926, in Belmont, N.C., the daughter of George D. Hartgrove and Pearl Pressley Hartgrove. She is survived by sister Marilyn H. Beach and brother Ronald D. Hartgrove, and several nieces and nephews...
Nicole Rashell Chevrier (04/13/11)
Nicole Rashell Chevrier, 27, Brazil, went to meet her Lord and Savior Friday, April 8, 2011. Nicole was born in Brazil, Aug. 4, 1983, the daughter of George and Sharon (Franklin) Chevrier. Nicole attended Forest Park and North Clay. She attended River Community Church in Brazil...
Georgia Hartgrove McQueen (04/13/11)
Georgia Hartgrove McQueen, 84, Terre Haute, formerly of Brazil, died April 9, 2011, at her residence. She was born Nov. 5, 1926, in Belmont, N.C., the daughter of George D. Hartgrove and Pearl Pressley Hartgrove. She is survived by sister Marilyn H. Beach and brother Ronald D. Hartgrove, and several nieces and nephews...
JAIL BOOKINGS 4-14-11 (04/13/11)
Clay County Justice Center The following jail bookings occurred at the Clay County Justice Center during April 8-12. Awaiting Arraignment Denton, Danielle N., 23 Stultz, William E., 40 Roe, Spencer Andrew, 19 Preston, Rebecca J., 25 Crabb, James M., 47...
Brazil Buzz (04/13/11)
People are finding a few mushrooms now. I haven't been out and about doing that sport which comes naturally in our area this time of the year. Fact is, there much outside work to do this week and beyond. I think that I will give them a few days before I show some the inside of my Walmart bag...
Harmony Happenings (04/13/11)
Harmony United Methodist Church will host an Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 23 starting at 11 a.m. Lena will have their egg hunt at 2 p.m. French's have rescheduled their event. I think it is held behind Lawson's. Check to be sure, but I think it is this Saturday...
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