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Stories from Sunday, August 21, 2011

Meeting slated (08/21/11)
The Brazil Board of Public Works will conduct its monthly meeting at 10 a.m., Thursday, Aug. 25, in Brazil City Hall Council Chambers. General business will be discussed and the public is welcome.
Lasting legacy (08/21/11)
A stretch of road in Brazil will honor fallen hometown hero Cpl. Gregory Stultz and serve as a lasting dedication for his mother. After September's City Council meeting a stretch of West Chestnut Street from North Depot Street to North Sherman Street will be designated "Corporal Gregory Scott Stultz Memorial Way."...
Meet and greet! (08/21/11)
Indianapolis Colts' Cheerleader and Brazil resident Mara Mayle (above, right) autographs the 2011 cheerleader poster for Abigail (center), 4, and Adelyn Wyndham (left), 6, during the all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast for the Northview Marching Knights Saturday morning. ...
St. Vincent Clay Hospital acquires new system (08/21/11)
St. Vincent Clay Hospital recently announced it acquired an advanced cardiovascular ultrasound system from GE Healthcare. The Vivid E9 echocardiography scanner gives clinicians a 4D, full-volume view of a patient's heart along with the ability to take specialized measurements of the heart's functions...
Dine With A Doc scheduled (08/21/11)
Senior Education Ministries, Inc., has scheduled Dine with a Doc: Brunch in Brazil for the first Wednesday of every month, from 10 a.m.-noon. The event takes place at the Clay County Senior Citizen's Center, 120 S. Franklin St., Brazil. The Sept. 7, event, will feature Dr. Fatima Hina, MD, a partner at Center of Excellence for Women's Healthcare, LLC...
BCB prepped for season finale (08/21/11)
The Brazil Concert Band, under the direction of Matthew S. Huber, will present "Grand Finale 2011," Sunday, Aug. 28, at the special time of 7:30 p.m., at Forest Park, rain or shine. The performance will mark Huber's 30th year as leader of the BCB. The Sudler Award winning BCB will offer the famous "Second Suite in F," by Gustav Holst, Henry Fillmore's transcription of "Poet and Peasant Overture," and the sensational Broadway hit, "Phantom of the Opera," by Andrew Lloyd Webber in a setting by Warren Barker.. ...
Away we go! (08/21/11)
Co-pilot Carl Wilkinson readies a model plane for the runway at the Don May Air Show Sunday at the Brazil-Clay County Airport as pilot Tony Krider prepared to maneuver the plane. The event -- hosted by the Brazil Winged Modelers -- was set up as a fundraiser for the Muscular Dystrophy Association and takes place annually in memory of May, who died of muscular dystrophy in 1989...
Bowling Green Old Settlers Schedule (08/21/11)
The following is a list of events scheduled for the 143rd Bowling Green Old Settlers Picnic, set to take place Aug. 25-27: Thursday, Aug. 25 4 p.m.-dark -- Art, craft, flea market and food booths open, 5 p.m. -- Ribeye dinner under awning at the Community Building,...
Community Notes (08/21/11)
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...
Reunions (08/21/11)
The following is information regarding area reunions as provided to The Brazil Times: Chamberlain Reunion The Chamberlain reunion will take place Saturday, Aug. 27, at Forest Park Shelter No. 12, the same shelter as last year. A pitch-in meal is planned for noon...
Officials discover body (08/21/11)
GREENE COUNTY -- Indiana State Police and the Greene County Sheriff's Department are currently investigating the death of a Caucasian female that was found in a wooded area south of County Road 760 East and CR 740 N, which is located near Newark Baptist Church...
Knights come up short at Washington Tourney (08/21/11)
Times Staff Report WASHINGTON -- A Saturday road trip to Washington brought the Northview boys' soccer team some valuable experience if not a couple of wins as the Knights dropped a 4-0 decision to 18th-ranked Bloomington South and a 1-0 contest to Martinsville...
Northview runners open at Early Bird Invite (08/21/11)
Times Staff Report TERRE HAUTE -- Northview's cross country teams opened up the season against a stout field of teams at the LaVern Gibson Course in Terre Haute on Saturday afternoon and also got a preview of a couple of their Western Indiana Conference opponents. And while the results were mixed as the boys team placed 15th out of the 16-team field and the girls were 12th out of 15, there were some positives to build upon this early in the season...
Northview netters edge out Brown County (08/21/11)
Times Staff Report NASHVILLE -- Northview's boys' tennis team got wins from some of its most experienced players and it carried over to a 3-2 team win for the Knights against WIC foe Brown County on Saturday. Senior Dillon Reynolds and Skyler Holifield grinded out a 6-2, 4-6, 7-5 victory at No. 1 doubles and the duo of Alec Coughanowr and Devin Clark came through for a 6-3, 6-4 victory against the Eagles' Toby Kirts and Shane Franklin...
Shuman covers the field in MSCS's Return to Lincoln Park Speedway (08/21/11)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor PUTNAMVILLE -- Eight long years had elapsed since the Midwest Sprint Car Series had invaded Lincoln Park Speedway, but a stout field of competitors were on hand to contest for a $3,000 payday at the Putnamville oval...
Schwartz returns to claim UMP Modified feature, Goodman takes super stocks, Litton wins first career bomber feature (08/21/11)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor PUTNAMVILLE, Ind. -- While Denny Schwartz doesn't routinely venture into the Hoosier state to do his UMP Modified racing, the Ashmore, Ill. pilot might just become more of a regular visitor to Lincoln Park Speedway as he has now gone two-for-two at the Putnamville oval after he scored his second victory in two weeks as he held off Paul Bumgardner and Brian Hayden during a spirited battle throughout the top-six positions...
Look out! He's crawling! (08/21/11)
I'm not sure if it took longer than some, but within the last couple of weeks, James David has taken like a dart on the floor. That's right, my friends: James David is crawling. And, at least in my opinion, he's moving pretty fast. But I'm not sure if crawling is what he really wants to do...
Reader provides insight to a resident (08/21/11)
I want to tell you of a real gentleman: "Shorty" Stewart, who had a love for life. He always seemed happy when I would meet him and always had an interest in veterans and how he could be of help. He was the main reason I got some fellows together to work for a VA Van, too, wanting to help raise awareness for homeless vets...
Church member disappointed (08/21/11)
To the Editor: On Thursday, a priest came to talk to us about the closing of our church. Father Rick explained to us the process used in closing Holy Rosary Parish. Then, the floor was opened for questions. Someone asked why we did not know about the closing of our church before the final decision was made...
Thanksgiving basket program coming back (08/21/11)
To the Editor: A group of individuals between agencies, organizations and churches are going to coordinate Thanksgiving baskets throughout Clay County again this year. This process will follow the tradition of the Christmas Assistance Program. There will be an application process and also will decrease the chances of families receiving more than one basket...
DOJ to conduct meetings (08/21/11)
To the Editor: Several weeks ago, a former Beech Grove math teacher was charged with felony stalking a student. Two months earlier, a swim coach from an Indianapolis high school pled guilty for having sexual relations with a teenage student. These are just two examples of inexcusable behavior by adults against adolescents...
Aluminum project ongoing (08/21/11)
To the Editor: Yes, our church and friends are continually collecting those aluminum pop cans for the "Rice Project for the Children of Haiti," and the tabs for the McDonald House in Indianapolis, of which we personally haul to the McDonald House ourselves...
Argument doesn't hold water (08/21/11)
To the Editor: In response to the letter from Stacy Cooper, I didn't say that non-smokers should have all the rights. But it seems to me that if smokers think they should still be allowed to smoke anywhere, anytime, wherever and whenever they want, they are the ones who think they have all the rights...
Additional thank you needed (08/21/11)
To the Editor: Oops! When I made my "thank yous" for this year's food drive, I forgot something. A big thank you to Papa John's Pizza. Not only did they sponsor us, but lunch was provided for our volunteers. Thank you very much, again, to all our sponsors...
Family grateful for response (08/21/11)
To the Editor: Over the weekend, my family had a tragedy happen. My nephew was playing in the yard and suddenly looked up at the sky and went limp. He wasn't breathing and was burning up. We aren't sure if he had a seizure or if he had a heat stroke...
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