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Stories from Thursday, October 6, 2011

Officials: Missing man located (10/06/11)
Officials with the Brazil City Police Department reported Thursday evening a man believed to be missing, was located. Early Thursday, the department issued a release in reference to James S. York, 47, Brazil. York's family had reported him missing. Only hours later, authorities reported York had been found and was "safe and sound."...
Park streets to be repaved (10/06/11)
Clay County residents will soon need to find an alternate route to enter Forest Park. Brazil Park Board officials say three sections of park roads will be closed from Tuesday-Thursday, Oct. 18-20 for repaving, but the majority of park recreation areas will still be accessible to the public...
Council moves ahead on budget (10/06/11)
The Brazil City Council met Wednesday night for a budget meeting where it made its first concrete decision pertaining to the 2012 budget. The council voted all in favor to pass the plan for all departments to return to their 2011 budgets, with the exception of police and fire...
Clay City, NMK drop in latest rankings (10/06/11)
Both the Clay City Imperial Regiment and Northview Marching Knights received votes in the fourth week poll at Indianamarching.com. The Marching Knights, ranked third one week ago in Class B, moved to fifth this week, tallying 112 votes. Greenwood remained the top-ranked Class B band with 147 votes, including seven first-place nods...
No Paper Monday (10/06/11)
In observance of Columbus Day Monday, Oct. 10, The Brazil Times will not publish a newspaper. However, The Times will publish a newspaper Tuesday, Oct. 12. For additional information, call 446-2216, Monday-Friday, from 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
Offices closed (10/06/11)
The Clay County Courthouse, highway department, health department, extension office and soil and water conservation offices will be closed Monday, Oct. 10, in honor of Columbus Day. All offices will re-open Tuesday, Oct. 11.
Dinner time! (10/06/11)
The Clay County Humane Society will sponsor a dinner at the Staunton Community Center Friday, beginning at 4 p.m. The menu will consist of barbecued pulled pork, cole slaw, potatoes and drinks.
Closed Monday (10/06/11)
Brazil City Hall will be closed Monday, Oct. 10, for Columbus Day. In addition, the Sanitation Department will run one day behind schedule. For further information, call 448-8501.
WOW Bus Tour returning to Clay County this month (10/06/11)
Those interested in getting a free mini-physical, a free health assessment or talking to a health care provider free of charge should take note. The Women's Wellness on Wheels (WOW) Bus Tour has two stops planned for Clay County in October. The tour is sponsored by the Indiana University Center of Excellence in Women's Health...
Update: Missing man found (10/06/11)
UPDATE: Officials with The Brazil City Police Department have indicated missing man James S. York, 47, Brazil, has been located and is "safe and sound." The Brazil City Police Department recently issued a release in reference to a missing adult. According to authorities, James S. York, 47, Brazil, was recently reported missing by his family. The last contact with York was approximately 10 days ago in Parke County...
Humane Society schedules dinner (10/06/11)
The Clay County Humane Society will sponsor a dinner at the Staunton Community Center Friday, beginning at 4 p.m. The menu will consist of barbecued pulled pork, cole slaw, potatoes and drinks.
Former pharmacist sentenced (10/06/11)
Former Terre Haute Prescription Shop owner John Love, Brazil, was sentenced to 51 months in federal prison Wednesday. The sentence also included three years of supervised release. According to officials with the United States Department of Justice, Love was charged with health care fraud and money laundering following an investigation by the Health and Human Services, Office of Inspector General, The Internal Revenue Service, The Federal Bureau of Investigation and Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller's Medicaid Fraud Enforcement Unit.. ...
Clay City Elementary Honor Roll (10/06/11)
Clay City Elementary First Grade All A's Wyatt Adams, Patrick Blauvelt, Cambri Booe, Clay Brown, Kaitlyn Loveall, Molly McKenzie, Reilly Myers, Sam Nicoson, Olivia Owens, Olivia Petrwoski, Madison Schauwecker, Zachary Swearingen, Macy Tucker, Macie Westenhaver, Zoe Adams, Braydon Baumgartner, Molly Booe, Collin Dryer, Jessica Johnson, Hope May, Addie Moore, John Mosier, Elliott Rogers, Rose Schmitt, Josie Stemler, Meira Taylor...
Forest Park Honor Roll (10/06/11)
Forest Park Elementary Kindergarten Perfect Attendance Wyatt Callahan, Ayden Crawford, Kameron Fullerton, Gavin Gates, Tommy Maybaugh, Trinity Otto, Audrey Paul, Hannah Wells, Lilianna Reyher, Cameron Barnett, Coy Callahan, Deaven Cox, Morgan Elwell, Macie Fisher, Eli Gibbens, Bruce Hines, Jaiden Hyde, Carson Marlar, Iana Roberts, Harman, Singh, Cade Thompson, Gage Trinajstick, Chloe Lawler...
Club selling roses (10/06/11)
The Brazil Lion's Club is currently taking orders for roses. The club will take orders until Wednesday, Oct. 12. Cost is $15 per dozen, pre-paid. Orders may be placed with Suellen Wegner at Terre Haute Savings Bank, 260 E. National Ave., Brazil. Pickup of the roses will be Friday, Oct. 21, from 2-6 p.m., at the bank...
Volunteers! (10/06/11)
Members of the 2011 Northview High School varsity volleyball squad volunteered time Saturday, Sept. 24, at the Clay County Humane Shelter. Those taking part included (from left) Audrey Clark, Brylie Riddell, Ashlen Buck, Hannah Willocks, Shelbi Morris, Alexus Bex, Mikayla Rowan and McKenzi Kumpf...
Reunions (10/06/11)
The following is information regarding area reunions as provided to The Brazil Times: Brazil Class of 1981 The Brazil High School class of 1981 will celebrate its 30-year reunion Saturday, Oct. 8, at Traditions. A cocktail hour has been set for 6 p.m., with dinner set at 7:30...
Community Notes (10/06/11)
The following is a list of upcoming area events as provided to The Brazil Times: Street Closing Brazil City officials have said Jackson Street, from Alabama to Harrison streets, will be closed Wednesday, Oct. 26, from 9 a.m.-3 p.m., for Red Ribbon Day...
Internships available through Indiana Senate Republicans (10/06/11)
INDIANAPOLIS -- College upperclassmen and recent graduates may set their résumés apart by gaining Statehouse experience offered through internships with the Indiana Senate Republicans, State Senator John Waterman (R-Shelburn) said. Waterman said applications for the full-time, spring semester, Senate internships -- including legislative and communication opportunities -- are available online at www.senaterepublicans.in.gov/internship.......
Hospital's annual 'Walk To Remember' set for Sunday (10/06/11)
TERRE HAUTE -- Union Hospital's RTS Bereavement Services is sponsoring Terre Haute's 24th annual "Walk To Remember," Sunday. During "Walk To Remember," parents, family members, friends and caregivers join together to acknowledge babies who have died through miscarriage, tubal pregnancy, stillbirth or newborn death...
Hoosier farmers stepping up for Texas (10/06/11)
Hoosier farmers and truckers are lending drought stricken Texas a helping hand this week in a time of need. Members of the Indiana Motor Truck Association (IMTA) put out an appeal to Indiana farmers for bales of hay that will be trucked to Texas next week...
Bean leaf beetles on the rise in state (10/06/11)
WEST LAFAYETTE -- Indiana farmers are seeing higher numbers of a beetle that can damage soybeans and reduce yields, a Purdue Extension entomologist said. The bean leaf beetle is common in the spring and early summer, but the second-generation, which typically does not damage plants or pods in late season, arrives in the fall, Christian Krupke said...
Vikings come calling for WIC battle (10/06/11)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor As the regular season winds down, each game in the conference race looms even larger as West Vigo comes calling this evening to face the Western Indiana Conference leading Northview Knights at 7 p.m. The Knights hold a 4-0 mark in the WIC with the Vikings sitting at 3-1 after a win over Owen Valley (25-13) last weekend and a loss to Edgewood (37-7) the week before. ...
Braves cruise past Knights to advance to sectional final (10/06/11)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor TERRE HAUTE -- The Terre Haute South girls' soccer team is hungry for its first sectional title since the 2006 season and Thursday night they took the next step at the expense of Northview, winning 4-0. South won its first round match against Vincennes Lincoln on Tuesday evening...
Braves cruise past Knights to advance to sectional final (10/06/11)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor TERRE HAUTE -- The Terre Haute South girls' soccer team is hungry for its first sectional title since the 2006 season and Thursday night they took the next step at the expense of Northview, winning 4-0. South won its first round match against Vincennes Lincoln on Tuesday evening...
Public Record (10/06/11)
Clay County Courthouse The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse Oct. 4-6: Clay Circuit Court -- Civil Michelle Oehler Vs. John F. Oehler: Domestic Relations Larry R. White Vs. Lisa A. White: Domestic Relations Matthew J. Teeter Vs. Donald G. Rissler: Civil Plenary...
Money seminar scheduled (10/06/11)
Does your money run out before the end of the month? Is it difficult to pay your bills on time? Do you wish you had more money? If you answered yes to one or more of these questions, then attending "Where Does Your Money Go," is right for you. The Habitat for Humanity of Clay County will host a three-session free class in Clay County beginning Thursday, Oct. 13...
Harvest time safety (10/06/11)
You probably have noticed already that harvest time is upon us. This means the roads will contain more slow moving vehicles, the roadsides will become vacant and many farmers and farm families will be putting in long hard hours of work. As the hustle and bustle of harvest is occurring, remember that there is no room for forgetting the importance of safety or of sleep. Thus, farmers need to remember to take frequent breaks and get enough sleep before returning to work the next day...
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