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Stories from Friday, October 7, 2011

Mayoral candidate eager to serve community (10/07/11)
I am Thomas J. (T.J.) Sneddon, and I am running for mayor of Brazil. For 30 years, I served you as window clerk at the Brazil Post Office. After retirement in 2010, I decided that I would like to continue to work with the citizens of Brazil. I was elected Brazil Township Trustee in 2010; since then, I have cut administrative costs by 58 percent, thus allocating more funds for Community Assistance. ...
Community Notes (10/07/11)
The following is a list of upcoming area events scheduled to take place today, Sunday and Monday as provided to The Brazil Times: No Paper Monday 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...
Public Record (10/07/11)
Clay County Justice Center The following jail bookings occurred at the Clay County Justice Center during Oct. 4- Oct. 7: Awaiting Warrant Arraignment Estep, Steven L., 48 Gibson, Chad R., 28 Awaiting Arraignment with Probable Cause Alphonse, Angelo, 45...
Areas of Brazil under construction (10/07/11)
Areas of Brazil to receive upkeep include stretches of roads and Pogues Run. Wabash Valley Asphalt, starting next week, will pave sections of Vandalia, Davis, Olive and Lenox streets. According to Clerk-Treasurer Karen McQueen, the paving process will start on Tuesday, with the roads being milled...
New Brazil Main Street elects new officers (10/07/11)
New Brazil Main Street, Inc., President Tony Harper wasted no time Thursday. After being elected to the position, Harper explained his vision. "We need to improve membership," Harper said, suggesting going door-to-door to seek new members. "And our current and new members must be active."...
Tribute garden enhances community (10/07/11)
The Ernie Egloff tribute community garden in Carbon grew much more than potatoes and tomatoes this year; it also grew strong community relationships. "Even though Ernie Egloff wasn't able to be with us in human form as we planted seeds and plants and laughed and remembered him," Carbon community member and Egloff family friend Shane Wilson-White said, "we know that he was elbow to elbow with us as we broke ground and planted hope for a productive crop for our neighbors and ourselves."...
Stark publishes short story (10/07/11)
Times Staff Report A local resident has added another accomplishment to her writing career. Local author Diane Stark's story, "A Beautiful Mess," is featured in "Chicken Soup for the Soul: Devotional Stories for Tough Times." Stark, a former teacher who is now a stay-at-home mom also works as a freelance writer...
Skate Park Donation (10/07/11)
Ribbon Cutting! (10/07/11)
UPDATE: Carbon Boil Order Lifted (10/07/11)
Officials with Carbon Water Works have announced the town's boil water advisory was lifted Friday morning. According to officials, all water tests came back from the Indiana State Board of Health in "satisfactory" condition.
Church News (10/07/11)
Bee Ridge Church Saturday, Oct. 22 the Fall Party and Hay Ride will begin at 6 p.m. Ham and Beans will be served; everyone is encouraged to attend and asked to bring a covered dish. Saturday, Nov. 12, the Bee Ridge Thanksgiving Dinner will be from 4-7 p.m. at Kennedy's Crossing Bingo Center. Watch for more details soon...
Knights overcome slow start to knock off Vikings (10/07/11)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor Northview is still seeking that polished, complete football game against a competitive opponent and despite a win on Friday night, the Knights were left still seeking some answers following a 27-10 win against West Vigo...
North Clay wraps season with victories (10/07/11)
Times Staff Report TERRE HAUTE -- North Clay picked up wins on the road at St. Patricks on Thursday night with the eighth-grade team winning 25-16, 25-11. The victory is the team's 38th straight victory dating back to a perfect 19-0 record that they posted as seventh-graders last year...
Keeping our children warm with coats (10/07/11)
The days are growing shorter. The leaves are turning colors. The air is getting cooler and whether we like it or not, winter is on its way. For some of us, that's not too big a deal. I myself don't get bothered by the cold, but some of my family layer up and then throw on a thick winter coat...
Staunton Scene (10/07/11)
Staunton United Methodist Church The weekly Zumba session will be Tuesday, Oct. 11, 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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