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Stories from Sunday, June 19, 2011

Rotary set to start 4th of July Celebration (06/19/11)
The Rotary Club of Brazil's 76th 4th of July Celebration will officially kick off Tuesday, June 28, at Forest Park. The celebration will feature a new carnival this year. Cumberland Valley Shows will run the carnival, which will begin Tuesday, June 28, which will have available ticket packages...
Ready to race (06/19/11)
Seven-year-old Eli Fox readies to hit the track during practice sessions of the Southern Indiana Racing Association (SIRA) Go-Kart competition at the tri-oval track at Forest Park. Eli competes in the Kid Kart Division, but also runs a Junior Clone full-size Go-Kart. He is the son of Jamie and Morgan Fox, Ladoga, Ind. Practice sessions took place Saturday, with racing scheduled for Sunday. Jason Moon Photo...
New laws about to take effect (06/19/11)
Earlier this year, Indiana House Democrats fled the statehouse for five weeks. However, despite the time away, state legislators participating in the 2011 Indiana General Assembly were still able to get more than 230 bills signed into law by Governor Mitch Daniels...
4-H Fair Princess Pageant contestants named (06/19/11)
The following is a list of contestants for the 2011 Clay County 4-H Fair Princess Pageant. The pageant, coordinated by Dianna Knox, will take place at 7 p.m., Saturday, July 2, at North Clay Middle School. Contestants' information includes name, age, parent's names and sponsors:...
Annual Center Point VFD Fish Fry scheduled (06/19/11)
The 56th Center Point Volunteer Fire Department Fish Fry will take place Saturday, June 25, in Center Point. The event will take place at the firehouse, located on Main Street in Center Point. It is scheduled to begin at 4:30 p.m. Two serving lines are planned and there will be drive-thru pickup at the rear of the firehouse...
Donation! (06/19/11)
The American Legion Riders conducted the fourth White Knuckle Ride June 11. Despite a rainy morning, the event had more than 50 participants sign up. The weather, however, turned out perfect. The American Legion Riders were able to raise more than $4,000. ...
Mayberry Classic planned (06/19/11)
CLAY CITY -- The sixth Mayberry Classic has been scheduled for Saturday, July 9, at 8:30 a.m., at Goshorn Park. The event will include a 5K run and a 5K walk for ages 6-above. There will also be a 1-mile fun run/walk for all who want to participate...
WVHRA schedules speaker series (06/19/11)
TERRE HAUTE -- The Wabash Valley Human Resources Association (WVHRA), in conjunction with FoxCanteen Vending, Ivy Tech Community College and Terre Haute Regional Hospital, has scheduled "Live Well, Work Well," as part of its speaker series. The event will take place July 27, at the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology's Sports and Recreation Center...
West Central Wildcats surge past Mustangs (06/19/11)
By MATT MCKINNEY Times Staff Reporter TERRE HAUTE -- The West Central Wildcats rebounded from last Saturday's 20-11 loss to the Indiana Generals in their season opener to get a dominant 34-0 win Saturday against the Kosciuscko County Mustangs. After the Mustangs' first drive sputtered out, West Central took a quick lead on a trick play. Quarterback Cogan Keith pitched the ball to tight end Derek Thompson, who looked downfield and found wide receiver Mike Landry for a 43-yard touchdown pass...
Boespflug scores first sprint car win at Lincoln Park Speedway (06/19/11)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor PUTNAMVILLE -- Saturday night proved to be a north vs. south battle for sprint car drivers as a number of Lawrenceburg Speedway regulars visited Lincoln Park Speedway after heavy rains claimed their own local show. On this night, the south came out on top as current Lawrenceburg Speedway points leader, Chad Boesplug claimed his first LPS feature win after Coleman Gulick suffered fuel pump problems battling for the lead...
Budget fight: A skirmish (06/19/11)
As Washington endures trench warfare over the looming vote to raise the nation's debt ceiling, you may be feeling a sense of déjà vu. That's because we have, indeed, seen some variation of this all year: One side threatening to withhold its votes unless it sees massive cuts to the federal budget and the other criticizing draconian budget-slashing; and both sides fretting about the other's fiscal irresponsibility...
Need new 'haunt' for project (06/19/11)
To the Editor: My name is John Bryan and I have been working with a group that puts on a haunted barn for the past five years. This year, we are unable to use the barn for our charity work and are looking for a place in Brazil to continue our cause...
North Star thanks community (06/19/11)
To the Editor: Last week, North Star K9 Training Association held its annual National Search and Rescue K9 Seminar in Brazil. Thirty-two K9 teams from California, Texas, Florida, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Illinois, Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Virginia were in attendance...
Not necessarily a 'routine' stop (06/19/11)
To the Editor: On May 31, at around 10:30 p.m., my daughter was pulled over by a policeman in an SUV on Hendrix. She had just stopped at the sign at Vandalia and started on evidently too fast. She was driving my vehicle at the time, which he asked if I knew she had it...
Picking through another's trash? (06/19/11)
To the Editor: It's bad when you set your trash out to be picked up by the city, and you find people stopping and digging (shopping) through the trash. First, it isn't yours, so leave it alone. Second, you don't even pick up the trash after you take what you wanted...
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