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Stories from Thursday, August 18, 2011

Boosters to have pancake fundraiser (08/18/11)
The Northview High School Band Boosters will sponsor a fundraiser for the Marching Knights Saturday. An all-you-can-eat (and catch) pancake breakfast will run from 8-10 a.m., at the high school, 3150 W. State Road 340, Brazil. Nationally known Chris Cakes will entertain those in attendance as they flip and serve their pancakes...
Sooner than expected? (08/18/11)
Recently, members of the Clay County Council have told The Brazil Times the new Justice Center could be paid off earlier than expected. Clay County entered into a lease/bond agreement with First Financial Bank in 2005. Right now, First Financial Bank owns the Clay County Justice Center until it is paid off. The county makes bond payments twice a year...
Officials checking into theft (08/18/11)
CLAY COUNTY -- The Clay County Sheriff's Department (CCSD) is currently investigating a metal theft. According to department officials, the event took place either during the evening hours Wednesday or the early morning hours Thursday at the Duke Energy substation, 6101 N. CR 200 W, in rural Clay County...
Ice Cream! (08/18/11)
The annual Bee Ridge Church Ice Cream Social will take place Saturday, from 4-7 p.m. Along with homemade ice cream, hot dogs, barbecue sandwiches, chips, pies and cakes will be served. There will be musical entertainment, children's games, door prizes and fellowship for all...
School Open Houses (08/18/11)
The following list includes open houses scheduled for Clay Community Schools as provided to The Brazil Times:...
Dinner Time! (08/18/11)
All are invited to a community dinner at the Staunton Community Center Friday. The event will take place from 4-7 p.m., or until food runs out. The Lady Volunteers of Staunton will serve chicken and noodles. Other items on the menu will include mashed potatoes, green beans, salad and dessert...
Special meeting (08/18/11)
The Clay County Council has scheduled a special meeting for 1:30 p.m., Friday, Aug. 26. The council will discuss additional appropriations to demolish the old jail in addition to a transfer of appropriations for the surveyor Cornerstone.
Roads closing in Clay City Monday (08/18/11)
Times Staff Report CLAY CITY -- The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) announced Thursday that State Road 59 and State Road 246 in Clay City will close Monday, Aug. 22, north of Seventh Street, to just north of Ninth Street. The intersections of Seventh and Eighth Streets will be closed for reconstruction...
County eligible for aid (08/18/11)
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- Clay and Lawrence counties are now eligible to apply for federal aid to supplement state, eligible local governments and certain private non-profit (PNP) organizations response efforts in the wake of storms and flooding that took place earlier this year...
Check presentation (08/18/11)
Members of the Moose Lodge No. 780 took part in the "Ride for the Humane Society" recently, raising $1,500 for the shelter. The event, the first of its kind, was also constructed in memory of Ernest Chesshir, James Brandon Barnett and Brianna L. Wilkerson. ...
Community Notes (08/18/11)
The following is a list of upcoming events provided to The Brazil Times: Judge Needed The Bowling Green Old Settlers Committee is currently looking for a male judge for its Little Miss and Little Mr. Contests. The contest will take place Saturday, Aug. 27, 2011, beginning at 8:45 a.m...
State's endangered species get 6,000 acres (08/18/11)
INDIANAPOLIS -- USDA Farm Service Agency State Executive Director Julia A. Wickard recently announced the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has approved the reallocation of 6,000 acres to Indiana through the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) initiative entitled State Acres for Wildlife Enhancement (SAFE)...
United Soybean Board talks health benefits (08/18/11)
ST. LOUIS -- The vast majority of Americans continue to view food made with soy ingredients as healthy, according to a survey conducted by the United Soybean Board (USB) and soybean checkoff. The annual Consumer Attitudes about Nutrition survey shows 81 percent of consumers see soy as healthy. Just 5 percent view them as unhealthy...
Accident results in fatality (08/18/11)
PUTNAMVILLE -- An Ohio truck driver died Wednesday in an accident occurring within the one-lane construction zone of Interstate-70 near the Putnam-Clay county line. A preliminary investigation revealed that eastbound traffic was moving slowly through the construction zone and had come to a stop for an unknown reason, Indiana State Police at Putnamville reported...
Northview tennis wins opening pair of matches (08/18/11)
Times Staff Report Northview's boys' tennis team was able to squeeze past visiting North Central (Farmersburg) in the home opener for the Knights on Thursday. The Knights won both doubles matches and Garrett Baysinger claimed a 6-2, 6-4 victory over Jacob Chmielewski at No. 3 singles as Northview won a 3-2 decision...
Northview sinks Patriots in three games (08/18/11)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor Northview's volleyball team earned a three-game victory against Terre Haute North in an early season test for both programs. In a contest between a pair of young squads that started a combined six freshmen or sophomores, the Knights showed plenty of composure in rallying from a 15-8 deficit in game two to sweep the match, 25-22, 25-19, 25-17...
Knights loaded with experience on 'D' (08/18/11)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor In start contrast to the Northview offense, which has some inexperience this season after being loaded with upperclassmen the last couple of seasons, the Knights defense is the benefactor of a wealth of seniors according to head coach George Gettle...
Knights' offense a work in progress (08/18/11)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor On the offensive side of the football, the Knights will have a decidedly different look heading into the 2011 season. Northview will be charged with replacing a four-year starter at quarterback in Trent Lancaster along with his top two receivers from last season in Zac Niehaus and Andrew Butts. However, that doesn't necessarily mean that the Knights won't have any punch on that side of the ball...
Northview tennis opens season with road victory (08/18/11)
Times Staff Report BLOOMFIELD -- The Northview tennis team opened the season with a 4-1 victory on the road at Bloomfield on Wednesday evening. The Knights swept the doubles matches as Dillon Reynolds and Skyler Holifield teamed to take down Trenton Brinegar and Josh Wells, 6-2, 6-2. At No. 2 doubles, the Knights got a victory from the team of Alec Coughanowr and Devin Clark, who defeated Evan Fuller and Matthew Woods by a 6-0, 6-0 score...
Public Record (08/18/11)
Clay County Courthouse The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse Aug. 12-17: Clay Circuit Court -- Civil Ginger Tyler Vs. Raymond Tyler: Miscellaneous Civil Capital One Bank (USA) NA Vs. Lacey Schutter: Civil Collections Sarah J. Schuetz Vs. Jason P. Schuetz: Domestic Relations Petitioner...
Having a fall garden (08/18/11)
If you haven't already, it is now time to start planting your fall garden. A fall garden helps extend your gardening season so that you can continuously have fresh produce to enjoy until we start having heavy frosts. Certain garden vegetables actually produce the best quality and flavor when they are grown in a fall garden...
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