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Stories from Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Harmony becomes disaster shelter (11/02/11)
The Harmony Town Council met Tuesday night for its monthly meeting, where it discussed mainly old business. President Janice Gooch updated the council on the tornado siren. "The tornado siren is up ... as far as I know the electric company has not connected it," she said...
Assistance Program (11/02/11)
Applications for the Clay County Christmas Assistance Program are available through the Clay County Department of Child Services, the Brazil Housing Authority and Hamilton Center, Inc. Parents need to list the number of children they have custody of and the most important needs of the children...
Boil order lifted (11/02/11)
The boil order that was in affect for Brazil residents and businesses west of County Road 200 West on United States 340 and the north side of United States 40 is now lifted.
Police use new plate reading technology (11/02/11)
Indianapolis --There are circumstances other than poor weather or road hazards that create hazardous driving conditions. They're people that drive without ever having had a valid driver's license or are such poor drivers they've had their license suspended or revoked...
Theatre prepares for upcoming show (11/02/11)
Community members have a way to get in the Christmas spirit after Thanksgiving. The Community Theatre of Clay County at the Lark Theatre, 8 E. National Ave., Brazil, will present its holiday revue "Christmas at the Lark: A Holly, Jolly Christmas." "The Christmas show tends to be one of our audiences favorites," Director Lee Reberger said...
Home ready for sale (11/02/11)
The Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) has made a noticeable impact in the Brazil area. A meeting was held at Pappy's barbecue with the purpose of answering questions and updating NSP associates from all over the state on the progress in the area...
Former Clay City resident missing (11/02/11)
Terry Baughn, former resident of Clay City and graduate of Clay City High School, with the class of 1956, has gone missing during an elk hunting trip on Green Mountain in Delta County, Co., near the town of Hotchkiss. This resulted from the sudden winter storm that hit the area last Tuesday. Several others from other hunting groups were also stranded in this same storm, but they have all been accounted for even though one did not survive...
Chili Champs! (11/02/11)
Brazil Elks Lodge No. 762 members Tom Albright (left) and Anne Wilkey (center) were awarded the Chili Champ Spoon by Brazil City Fire Department firefighters Ray Staub, Jake Bennett, Tobey Archer and Greg Sanders. The cook-off raised $250 for the Elks Scholarship Fund...
Accident causes injury (11/02/11)
An 18-year-old Brazil woman was transported via Air Evac Lifeteam to Methodist Hospital, Indianapolis, following an accident Monday morning. At approximately 9:06 a.m., officials were dispatched to the intersection of United States 40 and County Road 225 W...
Water project finished, road reopened (11/02/11)
A water project that forced the closure of State Road 340 is finished, allowing the road to be reopened, Wednesday. According to water superintendent Jake Raubach, the project, which started Oct. 18, had been focusing on updating the water system near SR 340...
Reunions (11/02/11)
Brazil Class of 1972 The Brazil High School class of 1972 is seeking help to find the following classmates: Debbie Allen, John Anderson, Rose Barnstead, Kathy Cass, Debra Clark, Cheryl Coffin, Stephanie Dellacca, Juel Felty, Mary Beth Goodhart, Deborah Grimes, Linda Love, Lynn McAuliff Wilson, Joyce McCain, Diane McKinney, Gary Petty, Stephanie Price, Beverly Raab, Charles Schurnpel, Debbie Reese Shoup, James Stewart, Janet Watler, Angelica Williams, Tony Winn and Kathy Zentko...
Bees sting North Clay in junior high basketball (11/02/11)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor The visiting Honey Creek Bees stole away with a pair of junior high boys' basketball victories at North Clay Wednesday evening. The seventh-grade Knights' loss was the most bitter as Honey Creek's Conlee Turner knocked down a 3-pointer from the corner as time ran out for a 30-29 victory over North Clay...
Teresa Lynn (Johnson) Cothren (11/02/11)
Teresa Lynn (Johnson) Cothren, 61, Brazil, passed away Nov. 1, 2011. She was a graduate of Van Buren High School (1968), and she was born May 28, 1950. She is preceded in death by her father, James L. Johnson and nephew, James L. Tabor. She is survived by her husband, Grady; two sons, Grady Dean and Gary Zane; seven grandchildren; her mother, Marie Johnson; two sisters, Charlotte Bridgewater and Rhonda Hatton; brother, Greg Johnson; seven nephews; and one neice. ...
Flora Juanita Fiscus (11/02/11)
Flora Juanita Fiscus, 77, Gray, Tenn., formerly of Patricksburg, passed away at her home, Oct. 28, 2011, with her family by her side. She was born Oct. 31, 1933, in Clark County, Ill. She was the daughter of Ralph and Goldie Sebastian. She married Donald Fiscus April 5, 1952...
Phyllis Jo Crabb (11/02/11)
Phyllis Jo Crabb, 84, lifelong resident of Brazil, passed away at St. Vincent Clay Hospital Oct. 31, 2011, following a brief illness. Services for Phyllis will be at Lawson-Miller Chapel, Friday, Nov. 4, 2011, at 11 a.m., with Pastor Chris Gregg officiating. Burial will follow at Clearview Cemetery. Visitation will be at the funeral home today, from 4-8 p.m...
Albert Landes (11/02/11)
Albert Andrew Landes, 93, died Monday, Oct. 31, at Cloverleaf Healthcare of Knightsville. Services will be at 11 a.m., in Lawson-Miller Chapel, today. Burial will follow in Calcutta Cemetery. Visitation was Wednesday, from 4-8 p.m.
Brazil Buzz (11/02/11)
The modest grove of walnut trees that live here can rest now. The squirrels and us gathered up our many gifts. This was a very good year for beautiful trees behind the little blue house at the end of the road. The nut trees bore well. The bushy tailed rodents have been effectively preparing for winter. ...
Harmony Happenings (11/02/11)
Harmony United Methodist Church will hold its annual Jonah Fish Fry on Sunday, Nov. 6, from 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. It is all-youcan-eat. We will have mac and cheese, baked beans, slaw or applesauce. Prices will be the same as last year: Adults-$8, Children under 12-$4, Children under 3-Free. Desserts will be $1...
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