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Stories from Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Brazil man nabbed in federal raid (04/27/11)
VIGO COUNTY -- A Brazil man has been indicted on federal drug charges. According to a United States District Court of Southern District Indiana (Terre Haute Division) press release, details for the grand jury indictment of Samuel Moran were made public Wednesday afternoon...
Northview students win Automotive Skills Contest (04/27/11)
For several years, students in Tony Migliorini's automotive class at Northview High School have attended the annual Ivy Tech Community College High School Automotive Skills Contest. This year, two NHS students came away from the contest victorious, including a repeat winner...
Chief urges parents to help enforce curfew laws (04/27/11)
With warmer weather comes the opportunity for more outdoor activities for all ages. However, parents still need to keep track of their underage children. "Parents need to know where their kids are going, what they will be doing and who they are with," Police Chief Larry Pierce recently told The Brazil Times. "If we find their children out past curfew, we will enforce the curfew laws."...
Association chooses Brazil to host K9 Seminar (04/27/11)
Brazil is going to the dogs June 5 as North Star K9 Training Association will kick off its K9 Law Enforcement/Search and Rescue Seminar. The dogs and their handlers will be working on trailing and finding target scent in rural and urban areas. To date, North Star K9 has registered 32 K9 teams from as far away as California and Florida...
NCMS Student Council sets up 'Sadie' Fund (04/27/11)
The public is invited to make donations to help 14-year-old Mercedes "Sadie" Elaine Compton's family cover expenses incurred as a result of her diagnosis of Acute Lymphoblast Leukemia Jan. 29, 2010. Sadie, who is struggling with treatment, is currently a patient at the Peyton Manning Children's Hospital, Indianapolis...
Youth Orchestra celebrating 50 years (04/27/11)
TERRE HAUTE -- The Crossroads of America Youth Orchestra is inviting the community to help celebrate its 50 years of training and encouraging young musicians by attending the orchestra's spring concert Sunday, at 4 p.m. Joining them for the performance at the Scottish Rite Cathedral will be the Musical Arts Youth Orchestra of Bloomington, Ind...
Road temporarily closed (04/27/11)
Due to water line replacement in preparation of upcoming street paving, East Lenox Street, between North Davis Street and North Beech Street, is temporarily closed.
Hog Roast set for Friday (04/27/11)
TERRE HAUTE -- Terre Haute Catholic Charities Foodbank and West Central Indiana Farmers and Hunters Feeding the Hungry will co-host a Hog Roast Friday, April 29, at the Riley Conservation Club. The event will run from 5-9 p.m. Tickets cost $20 per person and $10 for children 18-under...
Braves edge Knights in soggy track and field meet (04/27/11)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor TERRE HAUTE -- Daily rainfall and nasty weather has kept the area soggy for nearly two weeks so it was only fitting that Wednesday's dual track meet between Northview and Terre Haute South took place under steady rains...
Thomas slams Knights to WIC victory (04/27/11)
Times Staff Report Northview's patience at the plate paid off in a big way as 10 walks, two hit batsmen and Joey Thomas' grand slam and six RBI game led the Knights to a 13-2 Western Indiana Conference baseball victory on Tuesday. "We had 10 walks and two hit-by-pitch base runners, therefore the opportunity to hit was limited," Northview coach Scott McDonald said. "Joey Thomas had a monster game and was great to see him swing the bat with so much more confidence."...
Clay City track and field splits with South Putnam (04/27/11)
Times Staff Report CLAY CITY -- The Clay City track and field teams split in a dual meet with South Putnam on Tuesday night. The boy's team scored a 63 to 51 win against the Eagles led by dual event winners Ethan Shaw, Blake Cochran and Jake Tiefel...
Joan Aydelott (04/27/11)
Joan Aydelott, 90, Flagstaff, Ariz., formerly of Brazil, died Monday, April 25, 2011, in Flagstaff. Born Nov. 3, 1920, in Brazil, she was the daughter of Roy and Neva Downing. She was active in school plays, sang in school and church choirs and was a member of the First Methodist Church in Brazil. She graduated from Brazil High School in 1938, and attended DePauw, graduating in 1942...
Rev. John William Fischer Jr. (04/27/11)
Rev. John William Fischer Jr., 66, Center Point, went home to be with the Lord Tuesday, April 26, 2011, with his family by his side. He was born in Brazil, March 25, 1945, the son of John W. and Opal Irene (Campbell) Fischer. John graduated from Bowling Green High School with the class of 1963. ...
Harmony Happenings (04/27/11)
Good Friday Services went very well at Harmony United Methodist Church. Fifty people came out that evening and most renewed their baptism vows. Rita Jones acted as coordinator for a soup and sandwich supper after the service. There were big pots of vegetable and potato soups. This was accompanied by chicken, ham, and egg salads sandwiches. Homemade cookies were the finishing touches. Thanks to the terrific cooks...
Brazil Buzz (04/27/11)
Today is Easter Sunday. Family will be here this evening. I decided to take a time out from the kitchen chores to prepare for our get- together through Brazil Buzz. This everyday housewife is living the good life and cooking up a storm. I will serve my loved ones chicken and homemade noodles, a choice of sides, including morels...
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