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Stories from Sunday, November 6, 2011

Coloring Champ! (11/06/11)
Kennady Harden, 9, was the 7-9-year-old winner of The Brazil Times annual Halloween Coloring Contest. Kennady is the daughter of Jaime and Mark Harden, Brazil.
County family shows love for area university (11/06/11)
In the evening, Maurice, "Mauri," and Janice Modesitt roll out of their garage sporting their pride in Indiana State University. They cruise their neighborhood, through the nearby golf course and over to Forest Park. Along the way, they stop and visit with their neighbors and friends...
Watch program gaining steam (11/06/11)
STAUNTON -- According to Clay County Sheriff's Department Chief Deputy Rob Gambill, the Staunton Neighborhood Watch program is moving at a pace he expected. Gambill recently told The Brazil Times the group has had three different classes at this point, with a fourth planned Monday at 6:30 p.m., at the Staunton Community Center...
Annual Reality Store set for Nov. 14 (11/06/11)
Eighth-grade students will soon get a "reality check" when it comes to knowing what it's like to be an adult. North Clay and Clay City students have a chance to go to the Reality Store, a "LEAP into the future" where they will Learn how to budget, Evaluate a variety of information and make Appropriate Plans for their futures...
Offices closed (11/06/11)
The Clay County Courthouse, County Highway Department, Health Department and Soil and Water Conservation offices will be closed Tuesday due to city and town elections.
Pageant set for Nov. 20 (11/06/11)
The 2011 Snowflake Pageant will take place Sunday, Nov. 20, at 2 p.m., at North Clay Middle School. Categories include King and Queen, Prince and Princess and Duke and Duchess. The King and Queen category is for children ages 5-9, while the Prince and Princess is for children ages 3-4, and the Duke and Duchess category is for children ages 18-months to 2...
V.F.W., Legion gear up for Veterans Day (11/06/11)
V.F.W. Post 1127, 303 S. Depot St., Brazil, will serve a breakfast on Veteran's Day. The breakfast will run from 7-11 a.m. In addition, the American Legion Post 2 will serve beans and cornbread at the V.F.W., following the annual Veterans Day program at the Clay County Courthouse...
Book Signing (11/06/11)
Local author Marjorie E. Hopkins will conduct a book signing event at the Vigo County Library Saturday, Nov. 12. The event will take place from 10 a.m.-noon, in conjunction with the Vigo County Library Friends of the Library Book Sale. The library is located at 1 Library Square, Terre Haute...
Annual Countdown to Christmas to begin Nov. 25 (11/06/11)
The annual Brazil Times' Countdown to Christmas will begin Friday, Nov. 25. There are only 22 publishing days between Thanksgiving and Christmas, making it important to get those photographs as soon as possible. Cost to submit a child's photograph is $10...
Reunions (11/06/11)
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...
Community Notes (11/06/11)
The following is a list of upcoming area events as provided to The Brazil Times: Coats Available Les Rivera, along with Coats for Kids, is working to keep those in Clay County in need, warm. Rivera purchases coats from a bulk manufacturer for reasonable prices, to give to those in need. Those interested can reach Rivera at 812-241-6421...
Hoosier collar Greyhounds in exhibition opener (11/06/11)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor BLOOMINGTON -- "The Movement" as the 2012 recruiting class has become known, is one year away from becoming official IU Hoosiers, but on Saturday night, fans got a look at last year's Indiana Mr. Basketball, Cody Zeller in the cream and crimson...
Congressman still asking: 'Where are the jobs?' (11/06/11)
When I announced my bid for the 8th Congressional District in October 2009, unemployment was nearing 10 percent and citizens were worrying that our nation would be stuck in a recession for the foreseeable future. Two years later, unemployment is still north of 9 percent and people, including myself, continue to ask, "Where are the jobs?"...
Thank a veteran (11/06/11)
Did you worry about what you were going to do today when you woke up? Not likely ... and the reason for that is you have freedom. You are free to worship wherever you please, and you are speaking English ... this is because of people who wear the uniform...
Park Board gives thanks (11/06/11)
To the Editor: The Brazil City Parks and Recreation Board would like to thank everyone who helped in getting some of the roads in Forest Park paved. If the many different individuals, groups, organizations and public officials hadn't cooperated in giving their time, energy, equipment and/or money, this project could not have been completed...
Watch program beneficial to town (11/06/11)
To the Editor: I am writing this letter to you to let you know about our new Posey Township Neighborhood Watch group that we have organized. This time of year begins a higher crime rate because of the holiday season. Our group is being trained by Clay County Sheriff's Department Chief Deputy Rob Gambill on things to watch for along with ways to protect your family, home and property with more information to come on identity theft, drugs, in the event of a crisis and the list goes on and on...
Director grateful for support (11/06/11)
To the Editor: I would like to thank the Clay County Sheriff's Department, Deputies Rob Gambill, Jerry Siddons and all of the Special Deputies that helped us with traffic on United States 40 during the closing of State Road 340. These folks stood in the pouring rain and helped students; faculty, parents and our school buses get out on U.S. 40 without a single incident...
Card program a success (11/06/11)
To the Editor: In preparing for the upcoming Christmas and Valentine mail collections, Friends of Our Troops would like to extend a special thanks to the American Legion Auxiliary Hurst Collins Unit of Cloverdale. Led by Dora Clark, they were the No. 1 group in Indiana and in the top five American Legion Auxiliaries nationally in the most recent campaign...
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