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Stories from Friday, September 23, 2011

Former trustee arrested for theft (09/23/11)
A former county township trustee was arrested Friday afternoon on allegations of theft and forgery in the amount of $71,023.21. According to Indiana State Police Putnamville Post officials, at approximately 5 p.m., Friday, detectives served a Clay County arrest warrant to Paul H. Hackett, 62, Brazil, former Van Buren Township Trustee...
Murder Mansion offers Halloween scares (09/23/11)
Pumpkins are being sold all along area streets, and that means Halloween is right around the corner. For those looking to be frightened during the orange and black season, a local haunted house is opening soon. Friday, Sept. 30, Murder Mansion will open its doors to scare community members...
7th Grader wins iPad in raffle (09/23/11)
Last spring, the North Clay Middle School cafeteria won an iPad at a food show. Cafeteria representatives donated the iPad to the school's student council under one condition: That they conduct a raffle with all proceeds going to the council's annual food basket drive...
Volleyball squads to conduct fundraiser (09/23/11)
The North Clay Middle School volleyball squads will conduct a fundraiser for the Clay County Humane Shelter Wednesday. This year's fundraising theme is, "Hit 4 The Hounds." Last year's them was, "Dig for the Dogs." The event will take place Wednesday as the Knights play host to Riverton Parke. Games begin at 5:30 p.m...
Heavy Trash Pickup (09/23/11)
Heavy trash pickup in the City of Brazil will take place in October. The schedule will include the following:...
Basket Program (09/23/11)
Applications for the Clay County Thanksgiving Basket Program are available through the Clay County Department of Child Services, the Brazil Housing Authority and Hamilton Center, Inc. Parents need to list the members who are living within the household. The form must be returned by the end of business Friday, Oct. 7, to any of the above listed locations...
Former resident making a difference in Africa (09/23/11)
A Louisiana police officer and former Clay County pastor is changing lives in Africa. Mark Dennis has been to Karatina, Kenya, three times for a police and pastors conference. This past summer, Dennis was able to speak at several churches, a revival in the city of Thika and a police college...
Hospital to offer diabetes self-management classes (09/23/11)
GREENCASTLE -- Putnam County Hospital will offer a group class for diabetes self-management Thursday, Oct. 6. The material will be divided into two sessions: Diabetes 101: Diabetes Basics, and Diabetes 201: Proper Nutrition, which will include carbohydrate counting...
Reunions (09/23/11)
The following is information regarding area reunions scheduled Saturday and Sunday as provided to The Brazil Times: Brazil High School Class of 1948 The Brazil High School class of 1948 will celebrate its 63rd reunion Saturday, at 11 a.m., at the Forest Park Pavilion...
Community Notes (09/23/11)
The following is a list of upcoming area events scheduled for Saturday, Sunday and Monday as provided to The Brazil Times: Guest Speaker Clay Community Skatepark representative Roberta Weliever will be the guest speaker for the Clay County Breakfast Optimist Club Saturday...
Church News (09/23/11)
Carbon United Methodist Church What a beautiful day it was last Saturday for the Carbon Fish Fry! The crowd was down, but those who came really enjoyed the fish dinner and visiting with old friends. Our Kid's Karnival was a busy place all afternoon. ...
Mistakes costly in loss to Trojans (09/23/11)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor Championship teams take care of the details and that is exactly what Indianapolis Bishop Chatard did at Northview on Friday night, posting a 37-0 victory in a game that could have been much closer. A couple of late, special teams mistakes proved very costly in the second quarter as Chatard turned a 10-0 lead into a 23-0 lead thanks to a blocked punt and a 47-yard punt return that each set up short fields and led to scores...
Brockman's hat trick leads Knights' assault on Wildcats (09/23/11)
Times Staff Report The Northview boys' soccer team has been looking for a breakout win for much of the season and perhaps got just that with a 9-1 pounding of South Vermillion on Thursday night. The Knights' Sean Brockman posted a hat trick in a match that had coach Dustin Jorgensen raving about his squad's WIC win...
Clay City, North Clay pick up wins (09/23/11)
Times Staff Report EMINENCE -- The Clay City Eels hit the road to face their fellow Eels of Eminence on Thursday night and came away with a 25-9, 25-22, 25-21 victory. Brielle Drelick topped the team in kills with 10 and Halli Brewer added seven kills with a pair of blocks. Asie Jeffers posted four kills and four blocks against Eminence. Callie Dayhuff led the squad with 13 digs, Meeghan Riggs added 11 and Drelick had six in the win...
Virginia Overstreet (09/23/11)
Funeral services for Virginia Overstreet have been scheduled for 10 a.m., Saturday, Sept. 24, 2011, at Hayhurst Funeral Home Chapel in Broken Arrow, Okla. Rev. Don T. Johnson will officiate. Burial will be 10 a.m., Monday, Sept. 26, 2011, at the National Cemetery in Ft. Gibson, Okla., under the direction of Hayhurst Funeral Home...
Virginia Ruth (Fretz) Stant (09/23/11)
Virginia Ruth (Fretz) Stant, 93, passed away in New Castle, Ind., Wednesday evening, Sept. 21, 2011, at the Woodlands at Forest Ridge, where she has lived for the past four years. A daughter of the late Anthony and Ora (LaSelle) Fretz, Virginia was born in Sugar Ridge Township, Center Point, March 16, 1918...
Staunton Scene (09/23/11)
Staunton United Methodist Church The next Zumba session will be Tuesday, Sept. 27, at 5:30 p.m., in the church basement. Our pastor's wife, Diana Aselage, is a certified Zumba instructor and she leads the sessions. Everyone is invited to attend and donations go to benefit the church...
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